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Rune RK

Rune RK
Birth name Rune Reilly Kölsch
Also known as Rune, ENUR, Kölsch, Artificial Funk, Ink and Needle
Born 1977
Origin Copenhagen, Denmark
Genres House, techno, reggae fusion
Occupation(s) Disc jockey
Electronic musician
Years active 1995–present
Labels ArtiFarti Records
Ultra Records
Ministry of Sound
Spinnin' Records
Kompakt Records
Defected Records
Strictly Rhythm
Skint Records
Toolroom Records
Nightology Records
Website http://www.runerk.com

Rune Reilly Kölsch is a music producer and DJ from Denmark.

Contents

  • Career 1
    • "Calabria" and breakthrough 1.1
    • ENUR 1.2
    • Kölsch 1.3
    • Artificial Funk 1.4
  • Discography 2
    • Studio albums 2.1
    • Singles 2.2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Career

Rune has released music under his many monikers, including Rune RK, ENUR, Artificial Funk, Ink and Needle, Kölsch, and worked with a diverse range of artists including Nicki Minaj, Pitbull, Coldplay, NERVO, Steve Aoki and deadmau5. He is known for being the producer and master mind of "Calabria"

"Calabria" and breakthrough

The original first version of "Calabria" had its first plays in the local clubs of Ibiza in 2003 and before long the vocal edit, featuring Natasja, burst onto worldwide day-time radio. Over the years, "Calabria" has racked up over 50 million views on YouTube and the ‘seemingly indestructible track’, as hailed by The New York Times, has sold over 1 million copies in the US alone and continues to be supported by the dance music elite. "Calabria" was used in a Target Commercial.

ENUR

Enur (stylized ENUR) was formed in 2005 with his half brother, the renowned Danish designer Johannes Torpe. Enur's first album was the critically acclaimed predominantly reggae fusion album Raggatronic.

Kölsch

Artificial Funk

Discography

Studio albums

as Kölsch
  • 2013 – 1977
  • 2015 – 1983
as Enur
as Artificial Funk
  • 2008 – Sleep Less, Live More

Singles

as Rune / ENUR / Rune RK
as Kölsch
  • 2014 "Cassiopeia"
  • 2013 "Zig"
  • 2013 "Goldfisch"
  • 2012 "All that Matters" (with Troels Abrahamsen)
  • 2011 "Der Alte"
  • 2011 "Opa"
  • 2010 "Silberpfeil"
  • 2010 "Loreley"
as Artificial Funk
  • 2005 "Never Alone"
  • 2002 "Together" (with Nellie Ettison)
  • 2001 "People Don't Know"
  • 2000 "Use It (The Music)"
  • 1996 "Zone One"
  • 1995 "Real Funk"
as Ink and Needle
  • 2008 "Number Eleven/Number Twelve"
  • 2008 "Number Nine/Number Ten"
  • 2007 "Number Seven/Number Eight"
  • 2007 "Number Five/Number Six"
  • 2006 "Number Three/Number Four"
  • 2006 "Number One/Number Two"
as other aliases
  • 2008 "Peter Pan/Snow Bored", as Rune & Sydenham (with Jerome Sydenham)
  • 2007 "Elephant", as Rune & Sydenham (with Jerome Sydenham)
  • 2007 "Koochi Koochi", as Fashion Victims (with Johannes Torpe)
  • 2004 "Beautiful", as Rude RKade (with Morten Luco)
  • 2003 "I Just Want to Be a Drummer", as Heavy Rock (with Johannes Torpe)

References

  • http://www.euroman.dk/artikler/artikler-fra-magasinet/pa-klub-med-rune-rk/

External links

  • Rune RK's official website
  • Rune RK's site on beatport.com
  • Rune RK's channel on Youtube.com
  • Rune RK's page on Discogs.com
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