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Behind this venture stands two brothers who have a partiality to electronic beats. A sound that capture attention and reflects their individuality and at the same time, reflects their fellowship. Key to the brothers and their universe is their perfectionistic approach to production and DJ-sets and an incredible ability to dig into small hidden sounds, cheerful rhythms and hypnotising vocals. Their passion for music has not only opened doors to DJ-sets at well-known and respected places, but also brought them jobs as warm-up to well-known artists and a life in the magical world of music.
Spring 2014 was a huge milestone in the history of Borneland. Their interpretation of Destinys Childs all-time classic 'Bug A Boo' was released and with some hundred-thousand plays within the first week, the remix opened doors to big medias such as MTV and the american Billboard. This also lead to requests for new remixes, a contract offer from one of the biggest record companies in the world and awakened the appetite for more... The love for vocals is a central theme in Borneland’s work and this influences every single one of their monthly mixtapes. Every month, the brothers create a mixtape based on the music they just cannot get enough of, and this has been a success not only with bloggers but also with radio stations.
Further to the mixtapes, Micki and Jonas are present at Fashion Weeks all over the world, delivering the finishing touch to designers such as Elie Saab (Paris Fashion Week, AW14). They are part of respected festivals, such as the danish Roskilde Festival, playing at the coolest beach parties in Egypt and travelling the world to do what they love the most: playing, mixing and matching tracks for their crowd.
Shared the stage with: Ben Pearce, Flight Facilities (x2), Azari & III, Classixx, Trentemøller, When Saints Go Machin, Friendly Fires (x2), The Magician, Juan Maclean and Kasper Bjørke ...
Spinned records for / at: Copenhagen Fashion Week (’10+’11+’12+'13), Distortion (10+’11+’12+'13), National Gallery of Denmark, Microsoft and McDonald's. ...