One of Denmark's most successful dance groups, Infernal are known for their highly energetic, full band live performances, as well as their fearless incorporation of numerous different genres into their spirited, uplifting sound. On their earliest releases, like 1998's Infernal Affairs (which included their first Danish number one hit, "Kalinka"), they blended upbeat Euro-dance with traditional folk melodies and instruments from different nations. With 2004's From Paris to Berlin, they moved toward more contemporary dance-pop with electro and neo-disco influences. The stylish title track became the group's international breakthrough, and they continued in a similar direction with 2008's Electric Cabaret. After the group's core duo released a handful of Danish-language singles under their first names, Paw & Lina, Infernal updated their sound for the EDM era, touching on styles like trap, future bass, and big room house. They celebrated their 25th anniversary with their most ambitious release yet, 2022 full-length Hormesis.
- Copenhagen, Denmark