Henrik Lindstrand
Henrik LindstrandComposer

Henrik Lindstrand has managed to compile an equally impressive and eclectic resume, in which a lengthy and diverse post-conservatory list of sideman positions lead to him being adopted into Danish act Kashmir, one of Scandinavia ́s most prominent and acclaimed bands with seven albums to their name.

During his tenure in Kashmir and until the band ́s recently initiated hiatus, Henrik worked with seminal profiles such as Tony Visconti, Andy Wallace, David Bowie and Lou Reed, all the while maintaining a career as a composer for television and cinema.

Henrik’s work as a proven composer for film and television picked up speed in 2007 where he did the score for Zentropa feature film “Ekko”.

He was nominated for Danish Cinemas prestigious Robert award for his efforts and has since composed for animation, commercials, documentaries, short films and an ever-expanding list of feature films from directors such as Ole Christian Madsen, Jesper W. Nielsen and Anders Morgenthaler.

A piano player since age 3 and an accomplished multi instrumentalist, Henrik is a graduate from the Rhythmic Conservatory in Copenhagen to where he relocated from his native Sweden in 1994.

Apart from gaining him a degree, the school also served as a gateway into the Scandinavian music scene where Henrik laid down the groundwork for his career, lending his skills to a multitude of acts as a studio musician, live player and string arranger.

More often than not, Lindstrand ́s live and studio work would push him towards multi-instrumental roles which called for an alternative approach avoiding the simple and the obvious, seeking out abstract sonics.

In 2017 he released his debut album “Leken” named after the forest lake he grew up nearby. In 2019, Lindstrand was signed to iconic label One Little Indian and his second album “Nattresan” was released and followed up by selected solo concerts in Denmark, UK and Germany.

In 2020 Henrik will play concerts in Germany, UK, Denmark and Sweden. Upcoming releases of game soundtrack to Lego Builder´s Journey and filmscore to Undtagelsen (The Exception).

Galya Bisengalieva
Galya BisengalievaViolinist

“Galya…a powerful force in new and primordial music” The Quietus

“creates teeming and imagistic environments with four strings and electronics” Pitchfork

“It makes for a challenging listen, but demands the listener return for more, and reveals Bisengalieva not only as a star violinist but as a producing force to be reckoned with.” The Guardian

“Technical versatility combined with an inquisitive temperament make Galya Bisengalieva a truly exciting violinist, as these appetising releases on her own label show.” The Wire

Robert Ames
Robert AmesConductor

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Tom Recknell
Tom RecknellComposer

Tom Recknell cut his teeth in choral music by being a chorister at King’s as a young boy and clearly loved it so much that he returned in 2007 to have another go as a choral scholar, after a spell at Eton.

During his university years, Tom spent significantly more time writing songs, music for theatre, and arrangements for The King’s Men than concentrating on his academic work, and has continued to follow that pattern of work into his professional life. Now working in London as a composer and songwriter, Tom has written music which has been heard on Channel 4 television, at Latitude Music Festival, on BBC Radio and at the Cannes Film Festival. In 2010, Tom shared the responsibility of being musical director of The King’s Men with fellow arranger Ed Rex.

DelenaSinger Songwriter

“Bright new star Delena touches on her own life experience through powerful alt-pop…” – The Sunday Express
“For this to mean something, I want to really work for it,” says Delena, a 25-year-old artist with a passion for freedom, honesty and truth, and whose intoxicating brand of dark, sophisticated pop music is already making big waves.

Mind you, the Ukraine-born, London-based singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist is no stranger to hard work. Despite humble beginnings she’s both fought and earned her way to her current position on the precipice of stardom, with releases such as fierce pop banger Animal already catching the attention of tastemakers like Clash magazine, who’ve identified Delena as “a talent coming into bloom” with a “superbly ambitious alt-pop vision”, and Wonderland, who fell for the singer’s “flawless vocal delivery”.

And there’ll be plenty more of this to come, as Delena’s newest music pulls in contemporary influences such as Lauren Jauregui, The Weeknd and Kali Uchis alongside long-term icons like Tina Turner, Queen and Christina Aguilera. Naturally, the fact that Delena’s as involved in the songwriting as she is in every other aspect of her career means there’s plenty of her own personality in there too. “It’s vital that I really feel something,” she explains. “Whether that feeling is good or bad, I need to be transported: to my past, to my future, or to some aspect of the present.”