Discover artists currently recording for Danish independent record label Tambourhinoceros. Our roster features artists, bands and soloprojects in many genres; alternative, experimental, punk, indie, techno, electronic, contemporary classical music, pop, rock etc.

Current Artists

Palace Winter

In March 2014 Australian singer-songwriter Carl Coleman and Danish producer and pianist Caspar Hesselager started recording and experimen

Palace Winter


Consisting of Esben Nørskov Andersen & Pernille Smith-Sivertsen, electronic duo, Rangleklod

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Frisk Frugt

Anders Lauge Meldgaard is the man behind the alias Frisk Frugt, who for several years music has fascinated us with his quirky, ever-prese

Frisk Frugt, by Nina Mouritzen

Hooray For Earth

Following up a critically acclaimed debut album is no one’s idea of a good time.

Hooray For Earth

Chorus Grant

Chorus Grant is the moniker of Danish singer, guitarist & song-writer Kristian Finne Kristensen.

Chorus Grant, photo by Esben Bøg Jensen


Cancer is a new duo consisting of When Saints Go Machine lead singer and producer Nikolaj Manuel Vonsild and Chorus Grant lead singer and


PRE-Be-UN is an alias of Nicolai Kleinerman Koch (keys in Oh No Ono and Choir of Young Believers).


CTM is the main project of Cæcilie Trier - a woman with an amazing musical repertoire.

Birthgiving Toad

Birthgiving Toad is guitarist/multi-instrumentalist Lasse Bækby Buch's main project.

Thumb, Brthgiving Toad, photo by Stefan Björklund


Thulebasen is a 3-piece band from Copenhagen playing experimental rock.


The New Spring

In early 2011 Bastian Kallesøe made his solo debut with The New Spring.

The New Spring, by Tore Hallas

4 Guys From The Future

4 Guys From The Future is a band exploring the emotional chaos of human life through hypnotic beats and oblique lyrics.

Treefight For Sunlight

Treefight For Sunlight was among the first batch of signings to Tambourhinoceros back when we started in 2010.

Treefight For Sunlight, by Jonas Bang

Kirsten & Marie

Imagine walking down the aisle of an old Gothic church. The air is filled with the sound of polyphonic melodies sung by two young girls.

Kirsten & Marie