Periskop set on The Memoir with unreleased solo and collaboration work

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After several podcasts with Periskop DJ sets over the last few years, I decided it was time to make a set just with my own material. As I don’t do live PA’s, I did not have an existing Periskop live set to adapt, and could think everything from scratch for this podcast appearance.

The set is podcasted as the fifth episode of Swedish podcast series The Memoir, which “is a place where talented electronic music producers are invited to make a recording consisting entirely of their own creations. A memoir.” It is operated by Hypnus Records, that is also responsible for the sibling deep techno label Kabalion Records. The latter has been the main outlet for Periskop releases these last few years.

Periskop Old Laptop Fruity Loops

In 2015, I dug out my old Windows 2000 (beta) music making laptop again to fix some tracks for the 2015-2016 releases. It has stayed operational since then, and I have worked on it a handful of times during 2016-2017 to make various dark ambient and deep techno tracks. Some of these unreleased efforts are featured in this set (tracklist below), and count remakes of old tracks and further work on old sketches.

The set also features some of my collaboration work – old and new. The two Periskop & Kiloton tracks are from a large body of work made in the mid-00s with the talented but sadly nonprolific Kiloton project. His only album to date is the 2010 LP Language Lost on Uhrlaut Records. The last part of the set is a track from the Danish doom metal band SOL, with which I am currently affiliated. The track is from recent recording sessions following our release of The Storm Bells Chime on Avantgarde, 2016.


01. Periskop & Kiloton – 20050307
02. Periskop – Immerse (Component IX) [Kabalion Records]
03. Periskop – Untitled
04. Periskop – Untitled
05. Periskop – Untitled
06. Periskop – North IV [Kabalion Records]
07. Periskop – Untitled
08. Periskop – North III [Kabalion Records]
09. Periskop & Kiloton – 20050426
10. SOL – Untitled (Instrumental version)

Periskop set on The Memoir podcast Gustave Doré

The artwork for the podcast is in line with the rest of The Memoir series, and features an illustration by Gustvare Doré, 1856.

Previous Periskop sets currently online:

Second Wave Podcast 15, 2016
Inveins Podcast 16, 2016
Tripalium Podcast 34, 2016
Awareness Podcast 8, 2015
Sunday Night Wrongness, 2003

Music video by Emil Brahe for Immerse (Component XII)

An official music video has been made for a track on the Periskop full-length Immerse, which was released on Kabalion Records in June 2015.

The music video was made by Danish video producer, musician and illustrator Emil Brahe and uploaded on YouTube in August 2015. The music video consists of more or less abstract scenes and cuts from various old black and white documentaries from the public domain with industrial, technical or oceanic themes.

Periskop Immerse music video by Emil Brahe

Each scene and cut has been carefully selected to convey the mood, ebbs and flows of the bleak drone track, which is the closing track on Immerse. The track it self is heavily textured by field recordings from harbour settings and other out door soundscapes.

Periskop Immerse music video by Emil Brahe

The source material was only available in a slightly poor digital resolution. The pixelation has been more or less blurred out by Brahe, who used an old VHS-C video camcorder to record a computer screen showing the old documentaries. Of course this re-analogizing of the material is slightly ironic as the end result is re-digitized for upload to YouTube. Maybe in a not too distant future the music video format will see a material revival in some of the old analogue video formats.

Periskop Immerse music video by Emil Brahe

This 2015 Periskop music video is similar to the 2013 Periskop music video for Periskop – 1. I (with Danish National Symphony Orchestra). This was made by Danish music video production enterprise Tarfilm, who also used old archive videos but with a smaller degree of abstraction and strong emphasis on submarine themes.

Watch and read about the Tarfilm music video for Periskop here.

Periskop Immerse music video by Emil Brahe

Emil Brahe & Danny Kreutzfeldt Periskop SOL collaborations Aarhus

This 2015 music video for Periskop by Emil Brahe is one in an amount of collaborations between Emil Brahe (pictured left above) and I during the last couple of years:

Periskop Immerse music video by Emil Brahe

Periskop Immerse music video by Emil Brahe

If you haven’t already – watch Emil Brahe’s Periskop – Immerse (Component XII) music video here or listen to the rest of Immerse here.

Release Tour Documentation

A tour through three Danish cities was undertaken prior to the May 25th release of Periskop 40 on Uhrlaut Records.

• Copenhagen on May 22nd at PB43 with Volto, DJ Sly Nein and Maltmaster Whiskybar
• Aarhus on May 23rd at Trøjborg Beboerhus with SOL and DJ Noianiz
• Aalborg on May 24th at Platform4 with Aedra

It turned out to be three intense days and nights, with plenty of interest, music, last minute planing, dodgy train WiFi, a bit of whisky and practically no sleep.

The digital content of the release (288 mp3 files and 40 artwork files on a USB) was finished after months of work on the night before the tour. This meant the assembly of the different elements of the physical edition gatefold started on the first day of the tour.

Christian Villum of Uhrlaut Records in the new Uhrlaut HQ (Under construction)

Christian Villum of Uhrlaut Records in the new Uhrlaut HQ (Under construction)

Assembling the release. Satisfied with the final product.

Assembling the release. Satisfied with the final product.

This also meant the uploading of the free download files took place whenever we were near stable WiFi, and that the coding of the Periskop and Uhrlaut websites took place in between the usual tour activities of traveling and setting up. On top of this, we were invited onto an early morning radio show on a nationwide Danish radio station.

Radio24syv interview - Podcast here.

Early morning Radio24syv interview – Podcast here.

The forty album mp3 zip uploaded to the cloud. Download it for free right here.

The forty album mp3 zip uploaded to the cloud. Download it for free right here.

Despite this, every evening was very enjoyable for me and went better than expected in several ways. It also turned out to be three very different evenings despite the concept for each evening was fairly similar:

A fitting venue. A bar with submarine friendly smoky whisky. A DJ who understands what’s going on. An introduction to the release by Christian Villum of Uhrlaut. A short talk about my music work by me. A complete playback of the vinyl. A live act/band with a heavy noisy sound and some talent.

Copenhagen on May 22nd at PB43


PB43 is an abandoned industrial complex momentarily available for cultural initiatives. It is not located centrally and the weather was bad even for a Danish Summer evening. Luckily people showed up anyway, and the fine but affordable selection of the Maltmaster Whiskybar made sure mood and temperature inside the concrete walls were good.

Maltmaster Whiskybar - Periskop edition.

Maltmaster Whiskybar – Periskop edition.

Presentation at PB43

Periskop & Uhrlaut presentation at PB43 – photo by helvildt

Periskop 40 playback at PB43

Periskop 40 playback

Aarhus on May 23rd at Trøjborg Beboerhus
Trøjborg Beboerhus

Trøjborg Beboerhus

SOL sound testing

SOL sound testing

Trøjborg Beboerhus is a well-known venue in Aarhus among the non-established. We ended up with no organizers to make preparations so everything was done in a hurry. Including picking up equipment at five different locations for SOL – the six-person doom metal ensemble of the evening.

Periskop 40 presentation

Periskop presentation

SOL live at Trøjborg Beboerhus

SOL live at Trøjborg Beboerhus

The SOL concert stole the show, and more than half of the crowd had clearly come for that part of the evening, emptying the bar twice. Luckily a handful of metal heads also blended in during the Periskop session, just as nobody seemed to be affronted by the crushing and yet esoteric doom metal of SOL. I guess there is still hope for my home town.

It is the second time Emil Brahe of SOL is involved with Periskop. First time was when we in 2012 recorded vocals for a track on the Periskop 40 LP.

Aalborg on May 24th at Platform4

In Aalborg, the Platform4 venue awaited inside the city’s closed down amusement park. While it was the least visited of the three evenings, it was also the one with the technically most satisfactory set-up, and the one with the most casual atmosphere. After the presentation and listening session, the local progressive sludge band Aedra played the first ever metal concert at Platform4.


Periskop presentation


Periskop 40 playback

45 tour photos

View all 45 tour photos in the gallery, on Flickr, on Facebook or in this slideshow:


I would like to express my thanks to the following people for making the tour possible and/or successful.

• Christian Villum of Uhrlaut Records for hard work throughout the process. From the earliest concept development through planing to managing practicalities and handling the press.
• Michael Gaardsøe of ROI + crew for promoting and organizing the Copenhagen evening.
• Jens Ulrik Jørgensen for appearing as Volto.
• Lau Reinhold Kjeldsen for appearing as DJ Sly Nein.
• Lars Lundehave Hansen of Maltmaster Whiskytasting for setting up a quality whisky bar.
Sune Petersen for techical assistance.
• Rasmus Nielsen Bitsch of Radio24syv for interview set-up and airplay.
LJUD for promoting the Aarhus evening and use of equipment.
• Nis Noia Sandberg for appearing as DJ Noianiz.
• Emil Brahe with Andreas Hansn, Christian Qvortrup, Lotte Maxild, Peter Borre and Tor Brandt for appearing as SOL.
• Julie Aasland Hansen for bar management in Aarhus.
• Yngve Stensaker & Bjarke Rønnow of Platform4 for organising the Aalborg evening.
• Peter Drastrup, Morten Purup and Loke Ansbjerg for appearing as Aedra.
• Jais Ikkala of Kulturformidleren for coverage of the Aalborg evening.

Periskop 40

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Yes, it is out now. Read more about the physical edition gatefold vinyl+usb here. Explore all forty albums available for streaming and free download here.

Periskop 40 – Danish release tour – May 22nd – 24th

The release of 40 will be marked by 3 events in Denmark. Each night will feature:

Presentation and listening session of 40. A local live band. Smoky whisky and black beer.

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Periskop 40 Danish release tour flyer

May 22nd in Copenhagen at PB43, tårnet
+ Malt Master Whiskybar

– Presentation and listening session by Periskop and Christian Villum (Uhrlaut/Creative Commons)
– DJ: Sly Nein

Door 1900. Entrance 40 dkr. Directions.

May 23rd in Aarhus at Trøjborg Beboerhus

– Presentation and listening session by Periskop and Christian Villum (Uhrlaut/Creative Commons)

Door 1900. Entrance 40 dkr. Directions.

May 24th in Aalborg at Platform4

– Presentation and listening session by Periskop and Christian Villum (Uhrlaut/Creative Commons)

Door 2000. Entrance 40 dkr. Directions.

The tour is organized with Uhrlaut, ROI, LJUD, Platform4 and Creative Commons Denmark.

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About Periskop and 40

Periskop is industrial dub techno and oceanic click-doom by Danny Kreutzfeldt.

Periskop 40 Danny Kreutzfeldt industrial dub techno and oceanic click-doom vinyl and usb

40 is the title of the forthcoming Periskop release on Uhrlaut Records. It will be a forty-times full length album release on a special gatefold LP+USB-key format. One album on LP and 39 albums as bonus material on USB. The entire release will also be available from as free download.

With more than 30 hours of music, this will be the longest music release in the history of Danish music.

40 will be released on May 25th. More details about the release here.

Periskop – 1 A. III – Industrial dub techno

Periskop – 1 B. I (with Danish National Symphony Orchestra)

Periskop – 1 A. V (with Emil Brahe) – Read more about the music video or the work with Emil Brahe.

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About Volto


Pulsating noise in frenetic performance.

Volto at

Volto live at Black Box Gallery

About SOL


Esoteric doom metal.

SOL at

SOL – Becoming Black Cloud

About Aedra


Progressive sludge metal.

Aedra at Bandcamp and Facebook

Aedra live at 1000Fryd

Album update 2: Vocals by Emil Brahe

Emil Brahe, SOL, Danny Kreutzfeldt, Periskop

Some growls and screams have been successfully recorded for a 20 BPM click-doom track on the forthcoming album. The vocals were provided by fellow Aarhusian Emil Brahe – active in the doom metal act SOL and the rock band Singvogel.

While not the obvious choice for an electronic music vocal, Emil was chosen because of his intense personal vocal style and intuitive understanding of slow heavy music. As can be heard on SOL – Black Cloud Of Becoming.

We recorded the vocals in Emil’s Omnipotent Doom Studio down by the harbor.

Emil Brahe, SOL, Danny Kreutzfeldt, Periskop

Emil Brahe, SOL, Danny Kreutzfeldt, Periskop

Emil Brahe, SOL, Danny Kreutzfeldt, Periskop

Emil Brahe, SOL, Danny Kreutzfeldt, Periskop