Lindstrøm’s “Shinin” Ft. Grace Hall Took 5 Years To Make…And It Packs 5 Years Worth Of House Madness

Well-seasoned house.

Photo: Lin Stensrud

Norwegian electronic producer, Lindstrøm, has been hitting the international spotlight by crafting ear-massaging house music that you can chill/dance to for hours. In his latest single “Shinin” Lindstrøm takes it to another level by pulling unexpected tricks and adding a subtle dose of psyche-funkiness. The outré aestheticism of “Shinin” hinges on its small details – Lindstrøm shrewdly manipulates the mechanized rhythm by injecting spiky instances and splicing it with sharp waves. Stream below:

Hailing from the Norwegian oil town Stavanger, Lindstrøm gained wide acclaim for his first debut record, Where You Go I Go Too, back in 2008. With the success of his album, Lindstrøm began playing at festival stages around the world. And speaking of stages, he has some show dates coming up:

9/2 – Village Underground (London, UK)

9/8 – Loftas Fest (Vilnius, Lithuania)

11/9 – Good Room (New York, NY, USA)

11/11 – Smartbar Chicago (Chicago, IL, USA)