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Kenneth Bager

Kenneth Bager

Kenneth Bager


Kenneth Bager (* March 6, 1962) is a Danish DJ, musician and producer. His latest album was released under the moniker The Kenneth Bager Experience. Bager became a DJ in the late ‘80s in Copenhagen where he formed the acid house ‘Coma’ parties, the Danish equivalent to London’s Shoom and Spectrum parties. From 1990 he became famous for his own band Dr. Baker who had his first pan European hit ‘KAOS’ (later sampled by the likes of MAW Read more on Last.fm
Kenneth Bager (* March 6, 1962) is a Danish DJ, musician and producer. His latest album was released under the moniker The Kenneth Bager Experience. Bager became a DJ in the late ‘80s in Copenhagen where he formed the acid house ‘Coma’ parties, the Danish equivalent to London’s Shoom and Spectrum parties. From 1990 he became famous for his own band Dr. Baker who had his first pan European hit ‘KAOS’ (later sampled by the likes of MAW, FSOL, The Shamen and David Morales) and as an A&R person he signed The KLF, The Shamen, Moby and Dance To Trance to his Scandinavian Coma label. As a club promoter he was responsible for bringing new acts and DJs to Denmark for the first time: Paul Oakenfold, Norman Jay, Gotan Project; Sven Våth, Metro Area, Bob Jones, Coldcut, The Orb, etc.

He currently runs Music For Dreams (whose biggest release to date is the 100,000 plus selling Bliss), DJs and works for Denmark’s P3 Radio Station (their national Radio 1 equivalent) where his radio show is an eclectic blending of genres as diverse as World, Electronica, Techno, Klezmer, Dub, House, Classical, Soul, Film Scores, obscurities, rarities and other ditties. In 1994, Bager released a compilation called Music for dreams featuring amongst others Peter Gabriel and Michael Nyman. In 2007 he released his critically acclaimed and commercially successful debut album ‘Fragments From A Space Cadet’ on his own Music For Dreams imprint, which earned him the Danish Statens Kunstfond award. The balearic ‘Fragment One (…And I Kept Hearing)’ with its downbeat rap, ambient electronica, acoustic guitars and harmonica, originally kicked off an eclectic collection of epic productions on the album; many of which went on to be licensed to TV trailers, commercials and a new British film “Poppy Shakespeare” (from the producers of “The last King Of Scotland”).

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