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Portrait of Gundelach in a pink and white striped shirt
Munch + Music: Gundelach.
Photo: Bleed / Fastland / Innovation Norway

Munch + Gundelach

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Four bands. Four paintings. Four different outcomes. Discover the up-and-coming electro-noir artist Gundelach’s passionate interpretation of Edvard Munch’s Self-portrait in Hell.

Oslo-based Kai Gundelach proves that dark and introvert music can be liberatingly danceable in a fearless mix of genres like R&B and electropop. As he himself phrases it: “I create melancholic music with glimpses of hope.”

For a long time, Gundelach has been an influential DJ name in the capital of Norway. His career made a giant leap when he introduced his sound universe, enthusiastically named “electro-noir” by the music critic authority New Musical Express.

“Munch catches something in his paintings. I think they are a bit scary.” – Gundelach

Ever since the release of his first single “Alone in the Night” in 2015, shortly followed by the album simply called “Gundelach” in 2016, he has been one of the most sought-after festival and concert artists in Europe. He continues to share his introvert emotions with a steadily growing audience. And by the way – Pharrell Williams is a fan.

Listen to Gundelach’s “Bolder” on Spotify

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