Todd Terje

Todd Terje is the stage name of Norwegian DJ, songwriter and record producer Terje Olsen.

Terje has done re-mixes of Bryan Ferry's Don't Stop The Dance and Alphaville as well as Roxy Music's Love Is The Drug.

Terje did a re-mix of a previously unreleased Bryan Ferry recording of the Robert Palmer song Johnny And Mary  and will be available on The Norwegian's debut album 'It's Album Time' due for release on 8th April 2014

Todd Terje At Bryan Ferry's Studio One

 Called "King of the summer jams" by Mixmag, "one third of the Holy Trinity of Norwegian disco" by Spin Magazine, and "One of the Scandinavian dance music scene's most prominent figures[3]" by AllMusic, Todd Terje made his name with a string of remixes and re-edits in the mid-00's. 

He co-wrote the Robbie Williams song Candy, that reached the Top 10 charts in many European countries, and reached number 1 on the UK charts. He was one of the headliners at the prestigious Sónar festival in Barcelona, playing a concert alongside frequent collaborator Lindstrom. He was number 17 in the Rolling Stone Magazine list of The 25 DJs that rule the earth. In July 2013 he recorded a mix for BBC Radio 1's Essential Mix series. He's best known for his 2012 house track Inspector Norse.

Todd Terje is credited on the following Roxy Music and Solo Albums