Articles // Copenhagen // Music GENERATOR X BOILER ROOM | COPENHAGEN 25 Aug 2015 Following up on our first successful event in Generator Berlin Prenzlauer-Berg, we had the honor of hosting Copenhagen’s standout music label, Tartelet Records, for the second stop of Boiler Rooms’ residency with us. Famous for their hazy house jams, hip hop inspired baselines and soulful vibes, the record label was definitely not shy to present some of their most talented signings. But to start things off with style in the property’s gallery space, the local producer and the label’s’ king, Muff Deep (aka Emil) dished out some old school vibes for our 60 exclusive guests. Staying true to his hip-hop and jazzy house swings, the second half of CTEPEO’57 perfectly illustrated his interest and love for this form of art. With a carefully curated 30 minute set, Emil really showed us that he’s not only a notable talent finder but an honorary member of the Tartelet family as well. But to start things off with style in the property’s gallery space, the local producer and the label’s’ king, Muff Deep (aka Emil) dished out some old school vibes for our 60 exclusive guests. Staying true to his hip-hop and jazzy house swings, the second half of CTEPEO’57 perfectly illustrated his interest and love for this form of art. With a carefully curated 30 minute set, Emil really showed us that he’s not only a notable talent finder but an honorary member of the Tartelet family as well. Over time, this outspoken label has become well known for uncovering new talent so Emil didn’t waste time in introducing one of his latest, Alex Seidel (aka Axel S). This 19 year old multi talented German prodigy, who started his career in acting in 2002, showcased outstanding musical knowledge with his jazz flavored 15 minute set. Including tracks such as “Truth is the Key” by Tarika Blue from his vinyl collection, he didn’t only impress the music fanatics in the room but definitely all those watching around the world. Following up on the Muff Deep and Alex Seidel team up, the German producer IMYRMIND took over with a galactic, drum infused set that kept true to his latest diversification in style present in his 24ct EP on the Money $ex Records and his latest remix projects. With sounds varying from faint synths like Echoed Gehenna to tropical percussions like Brazil (Gu Re-Edit) by Azymuth, IMYRMIND dropped pure groove on this set. If you’ve unfortunately never been presented with this man’s musical creations, make sure to follow up on him because his music career is slowly growing. He will have his first EP being released this year through Tartelet Records and probably a lot more will be happening through the up and coming Money $ex Records imprint. The third up to the decks, was no less than the label’s prize member Glen Astro. Well known for his love of hip-hop and soul, the 27 year old surprised the crowd with an intriguing set leaning towards dance and dusty house. Nevertheless, he did start with some funky rarities including the Player’s Association and his reputation as professional “crate-digger” was undoubtedly confirmed with the amazing remix by Jeremy Bass and Branchie of the song Work. But, to really get to understand this mastermind’s interpretation of music and to appreciate a flawlessly crafted album, get yourself introduced to “Throwback”, which was released under Tartlet Records. To wrap things up at Copenhagen’s very first Boiler Room event, we were spoiled with the talent of the international trio comprising of the new school royalty Max Graef, the talented producer Kickflip Mike and the Nigerian vocalist Wayne Snow. For this last hour, these three presented the heated crowd with an outstanding live set flowing straight out of the “River of the Red Planet’s” distinct style. This set proved that Graef is without a doubt fixed in a completely different musical universe and that his aesthetics are incomparable. On top of that, Wayne Snow’s soulfulness and Kickflip Mike’s natural musicianship created an energetic and nifty ensemble. Tartelet Record’s take over was without a doubt “hygge.”So a big thanks to Tartelet Records, Boiler Room and most importantly all of those who joined us online or at Generator Copenhagen.