In Scandinavia, Kai Gundelach has risen from bedroom producer and underage DJ to a low-key pop star on the back of his Norwegian Grammy nominated debut EP in 2016. Singles “Spiders” and ”Fjernsynet” drew him critical acclaim and and heavy radio play leading to him playing some of the biggest clubs and festivals. His Nordic-noir analog-electronic production is the synth-pop equivalent to Season 1 of Broen and his downtempo debut LP “Baltus” is primed to be an underground hit. “Baltus” was recorded in Oslo with the help from Knut Sævik (Mungolian Jetset) and Øyvind Mathisen (Cezinando, Nils Bech) following sessions with the likes of John Calvert (Nao) and Jonas Verwinjen (LIMA, Whiteest Boy Alive) in London and Berlin respectively. The record caught the attention of Terrible Recordings (Solange, Empress Of), whom he recently signed to for a split release with his home label (and Red Bull Sound Select curator) U OK?. Gundelach is headed out on their first proper headline tour in UK/EU this spring after having sold out every show he’s played so far in Norway.