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Vinyl Floor

Copenhagen, Zealand, Denmark | Established. Jan 01, 2007 | INDIE

Copenhagen, Zealand, Denmark | INDIE
Established on Jan, 2007
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"WeChameleon Review"

Vinyl Floor is a very interesting Danish alternative rock band consisting in the two brothers Thomas Charlie Pedersen and Daniel Pedersen and the longtime friend and colleague Rasmus Bruun.

Their new, third album will be officially released tomorrow, October 6 via Karmanian Records. It's titled "Vaudeville" and features the first single "Change The Song", a track whose video won an Akademia Award (Hollywood, CA) for Best Alternative Music Video last April. On May 23 Vinyl Floor released the second single "Time Your Life": both tracks received a lot of airplay in EU, Australia, USA, Ecuador and China.

"Vaudeville" is a solid, convincing album; the band experimented with back track effects, ukulele, percussion, and various guitar effects, and this impacted on the various moods and versatility of the record.

If epic alternative rock with dark and folkish twists could be your cup of tea, Vinyl Floor's Vaudeville is an album you simply can't miss. - MadSeason

"GigSlutz (UK) Review"

ALBUM REVIEW: Vinyl Floor ‘Vaudeville’
Rating: 4/5

Since establishing their own record label in 2009, Danish alternative rock trio Vinyl Floor have slowly been making their way to the big bands. Their 2012-released second LP Peninsula almost brought them Grammy nominations, and the first single off the soon-to-be-released follow up, ‘Change The Song’, snatched an Akademia award for best alternative music video.

The above-mentioned track is also the opener of their upcoming album, Vaudeville, and it is an absolutely catchy upbeat rock start that, ironically, inevitably leads to compulsive hitting of the ‘repeat’ button. Next come ‘Shift’, which threads on the line between alternative and hard rock, and second single ‘Time Your Life’, wonderfully topped with violin sections, written by the band themselves and performed by the girls of The Vindla String Quartet from Sweden.

The songs that follows feature quite an enjoyable mix of styles, from the vocal harmonies of soft rock numbers ‘Angel of Crime’, ‘Just A Shadow’ and ‘Fallen Leaves’, to the raw production of the edgier ‘Sensational Freedom Country Estate’. Songs to pay special attention to include ‘Castles’, where Thomas Pedersen’s vocals and the use of acoustic guitars create a distinctive Nordic folk sound; ‘Colorblind’, with its dark, haunting atmosphere; and the theatrical ‘Basket Of Kisses’ and ‘The Abyss’, the latter being my personal favourite, as it sings directly to the always hungry for adventures child in me who grew up on pirate tales such as Treasure Island.

On their third outing, Vaudeville, Vinyl Floor have amply experimented with a variety of instruments to produce a refreshingly versatile sound. That being said, the album does have its faults: at times the tempo is a bit plodding and the songs start to sound similar. With this record, however, the band show that they do hold potential; and if they continue to evolve then who knows, they may even be the next Kashmir. - Mariana Nikolova

"New Reviews (UK)"

Album Review Vinyl Floor ‘Vaudeville’
The talented alternative rock band Vinyl Floor has released a new EP ‘Vaudeville’. The rock stars have entertained their fans with previous albums and singles such as ‘Do you still Dream’, ‘Peninsula’, ‘Random kind of Delight’ and ‘Change the song’.

‘Vaudeville’ is a brilliant album and it has 12 awesome and catchy tracks. This includes songs such as ‘Castles’, ‘The Abyss’ and ‘Colorblind’ that are up for streaming. The band is fresh and exciting to the ears, they have great talent which shines through on each track and they have a simple yet cool image that really sets with their style of music.

The art cover for ‘Vaudeville’ is also attractive to the eye and represents a retro style that they withhold perfectly. The band previously performed in Liverpool, UK earlier on this year and we sure would want them to come back again! Check out their new EP, make sure you don’t miss out! - Andriana


  • Vinyl Floor (Single) 2007
  • Do You Still Dream (Album) 2009
  • Peninsula (EP) 2011
  • Peninsula (Album) 2012
  • Random Kind of Delight (Single) 2013
  • Vaudeville (Album) 2014



'Vaudeville' (new album OUT NOW!)

has gained Vinyl Floor a lot of great reviews so far. Here is what some of
them had to say:

Artists Alliance (US):
"While each track is similar
within their own right, all pieces on “Vaudeville” delivers unique, emotionally
charged musical experiences that will satisfy any aficionado."  

Music Digest (US):
"In close 'Vaudeville' by Vinyl
Floor is a highly original, somewhat unpredictable and fascinating musical
experience from start to finish."   8/10

"With this record, however, the band show that they do
hold potential; and if they continue to evolve then who knows, they may even be
the next Kashmir."   4/5

Magazine (US):
"Vaudeville' has all the components
necessary for a popular rock album."

Street Journal (US):
"This is quite a solid set with
some stellar moments."

"Vinyl Floor are not shy of mixing genres and it works
well, each part complimenting the other." 6/10

Shark (US):
"Songwriting makes the difference.
This is where true talent either flourishes or fails to show up. Here these 3
deliver the goods!"   3,5/5

Music Reviewer (US):  
"The music
itself is uplifting, thought provoking, interesting and overly eccentric (in a
good way)."   8,5/10

Blurb (US):
"CAUTION – you may get hit in the
face emotionally as Pedersen is not afraid to explore the real side of
relationships and love lost."   7/10

CD Critic (UK):
"Great songs are followed by great
songs, resulting in a brilliant album experience." 4/5

What´s Rock (US): 
"The ultimate in musical

Magazine (US): 
"In close much of Vinyl Floor goes
beyond just good playing and world class songwriting."   4/5

Equal Ground (US):
"Is it fitting? You be the judge.
Is it enjoyable? You bet!"  3.9/5

Of Rock (Sweden):
"It´s easy to believe that it´s a
mess but I think it works and sometimes really good too".  

"So there’s a number of styles cross-pollinating the
album and it may take a while to get your head around just what it is they are
all about musically - prog, punk, metal, arena-rock - but it’s worth
an hour of your time to check it out and decide for yourself."  

Reviews (UK):
"Vaudeville’ is a brilliant album
and it has 12 awesome and catchy tracks."


  • 'Vaudeville' new album released on
    the 6st of October '14

  • 'Change the Song' music video on
    NCB's Bongo Boy TV, September '14' and on and in
    April/March '14

  • In April '14 the 'Change the Song'
    music video won an Akademia Music Award for best alternative rock music

  • A collaboration with Cyrus Rhodes
    from Katavi Arts/Indie Music Digest was established in January 2014

  • Album 'Peninsula' gained more than
    50 reviews on various internet sites and in magazines worldwide

  • Album 'Peninsula' on the official
    ballot for the 55th Grammy Awards in three categories in October 2012

  • 'Car in the Sky' airplay on Danish
    national radio in 2012

  • A collaboration with Al Gomes from
    'Big Noise' was established in February 2012

  • 'Peninsula' album released in
    February '12 and 13 shows were played in Denmark, Germany and a
    showcase in Liverpool (UK) established by David Bash (founder and CEO of
    the International Pop Overtrow Music Festival)

  •  National radio rotation in
    Denmark for the song 'Sweet Plea' in '10

  • 'Do You Sill Dream' debut-album
    released in September 2009 with 15 supporting shows in Japan plus a
    handful in Denmark

: Vinyl Floor
was formed in 2007. The trio hail from the same small village north of
Copenhagen. Daniel Pedersen and Thomas Pedersen are brothers and Rasmus
Bruun used to live next door.

The style is hard to nail down as the music shifts through different
territories, turning everything into a modern mix of various genres. The music
may be categorized in the genre of alternative pop/rock with elements
of progressive and symphonic rock.

Band Members