About Radio Galaksy

Radio Galaksy is is a musical constellation, based in Copenhagen, Denmark. 

Radio Galaksy excells at composing timeless music that addresses such topics as coincidences, loneliness, outer space and everyday life.

Radio Galaksy will always walk the extra mile for the right atmosphere or sound to meet the listeners ear.

The concepts of Radio Galaksy are inspired and by science fiction, soundscapes and film scores. Together with a long list of great artists such as Air, Pink Floyd, Kraftwerk, King Crimson, The Doors and Radiohead are some of their heroes. Critics and listeners have a hard time labelling Radio Galaksy, and that they take as a compliment.

In 2016 their debut album “Free Ride” was released on vinyl, compact disc and on all digital platforms.

Baddpress wrote: “Can expert musicianship compensate for a listener’s dislike of a genre? Put another way, is it possible to dig an electric jazz record – after years of loathing electric jazz – due solely to the strength of its performances? Radio Galaksy’s Free Ride LP, released in November of last year, is proof positive that no musical genre should ever been written off. These six tracks are profoundly immersing. So much so that you’ll soon forget the question this post started with. It just doesn’t matter.”

Next album is on its way with the working title “The Second Universe”.

Musicians and other people associated to Radio Galaksy:

Søren Jensen: founder, composer, producer and drummer.

Thomas Strate: co-producer, sound engineer and overall mastercritic.

Viktor Krauss: upright bass.

Christoffer Jespersen: keyboards and co-composer

Aske Jacoby: guitar

Thor Madsen: guitar.

Søren Heller: guitar.

Lars Attermann: vocals.

Sara Broberg Jönsson: vocals.

Jakob Dahn: vocals.

Anja Kickbusch: vocals.

Lis Wessberg: trombone.

Morten Dalhoff: electric bass and percussion.

Mikkel Schnettler: percussion.

Line Felding: cello.

Sofia Kayaya: flute.

Teis Frandsen: mastering.

René Cambony: trimming.

Marcus Toft: sound engineer, Moremax.

Camilla Bannebjerre Nielsen: artwork.