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Great Greenlandic music

  • Karina Møller

    The debut album of Karina reflects her view on life: The more simple you live it, the more beautiful it becomes.

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  • Nive Nielsen

    If you got a team of the greatest children’s book writers in the world together, they couldn’t invent Greenlandic folk pop singer Nive Nielsen.

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  • Nanook

    Nanook have become one of the most popular rock bands in Greenland since the release of their first album in 2009.

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  • Small Time Giants

    An exciting band with a musical repertoire built on heartfelt, energetic rock and eclectic vibes.

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  • Kimia

    Kimia is a brand new rock band on a mission to revive and evolve the classic Greenlandic rock music genre.

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  • Malu Rohmann

    Malu Rohmann has been writing and performing her own music since 2010 and is part of a wave of emerging new talent on the Greenlandic scene.

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  • Kimmernaq

    sings in Greenlandic, and was once quoted for saying to the magazine Greenland Today that "The world has enough English pop music".

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  • Simon Lynge

    Singer-song writer Simon Lynge with his latest music video Perpetual Now shot and produced in the US.

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  • Thornstone

    a rock band with and edge and great potentials for an exciting followup album to the first one, Been a Fighter, available on iTunes.

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  • SUMÉ

    So a band which was formed more than 40 years ago, isn't exactly contemporary music. Or is it? Read more about Sumé here.

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  • Happy

    Ok, so Pharell’s smash hit ‘Happy’ isn’t exactly Greenlandic, or ‘our own song’! Or is it?! Check out what we mean here.

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  • MORE INFO

    Thank you for visiting this site, but also consider this excellent website (iTunes-links) or this one (fan/researcher site).

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Discography

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    Kimia

    Kimia's first album deals with themes such as love, sex, goodbyes, the choices of life, civilization and protest.

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  • Nanook's newest album

    Pissaaneqaqisut

    Nanook's newly released album is the band's 3. studio album, yet another great one.

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    Stethoscope

    The amazing, and well reviewed debut album "Stethoscope" by Small Time Giants is available on iTunes and Spotify.

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    Uani

    You might not understand what Kimmernaq sings about in Greenlandic, but we promise that it sounds beautiful!

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    Pukuut

    Pukuut's underground rock album which is available on iTunes (explicit content, in Greenlandic i.e.).

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    Arsarnerit

    Rockstones' first EP from 2013 gives lovers of rock hope of more to come in the future.

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  • Nive Nielsen & The Deer Children

    Nive Nielsen & The Deer Children

    This band's first album sky-rocketed Nive and her band members to perform on worldwide indie music scenes.

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  • Inuit Feet

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    Inuit Feet's EP from 2012 is a lovely blend of Greenlandic/Danish rock and pop tunes.

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  • Julie's Closer album

    Closer

    Julie is one of our 'darling singers', and is synonymous with great pop songs in both English and Greenlandic.

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    The Future

    'The Future' kickstarted Simon Lynge's international career and is a very melodic and well-reviewed album.

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    Seqinitta Qinngorpaatit

    Seqinitta Qinngorpaatit is Nanook's debut album from 2009 which has become a classic in Greenland.

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  • Nina6

    Eqqissineq

    Nina has performed on many albums with her angel voice. This is her own, Eqqissineq, from 2008.

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A MUSIC-LOVING PEOPLE

Most people know where Greenland is on the map, but did you know that every year in Greenland some 10-15 CDs featuring Greenlandic music are released? And that the best-selling CDs sell 5,000 copies? Perhaps that doesn’t sound like much, but is actually quite impressive in a country that is home to just 56,000 inhabitants.

“Did you know that every year in Greenland some 10-15 CDs featuring Greenlandic music are released?”

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