Seismograf is an editorially independent web journal focusing on the newest developments within the arts of sound, their works and makers.
In 2011 Seismograf merged with Dansk Musik Tidsskrift (Danish Music Journal, 1925-2010) and Autograf, becoming the only Danish magazine completely dedicated to contemporary music, sound art and all things related to these fields.
All content is published online, free for everyone to browse through. We provide a critical and enlightening coverage of current events; additionally, we act as a platform for more timeless genres of music journalism such as essays, debates, podcasts, theme-based Focus editions, peer-reviewed articles and audio papers.
No reflection without art – no art without reflection, as we say.
Andreo Michaelo Mielczarek (editor-in-chief, Seismograf)
Creator and partner in the new cultural organization Kultur(a). Music critic and cultural journalist at Kristeligt Dagblad and Århus Stiftstidende/Avisen Danmark. Andreo has contributed to, amongst others, Kunsten.nu, Neural (Italy), Raw Vision (UK), Nutida Musik (Sweden), Kunstkritikk (Denmark/Sweden), Iscene.dk, B.T., and Jazz Special.
Sanne Krogh Groth (editor-in-chief, Seismograf Peer)
Sanne holds a PhD in Musicology from the University of Copenhagen (2010) and is the author of Politics and Aesthetics in Electronic Music (Kehrer 2014). Her additional fields of research include performative aspects of sound art and contemporary music. She currently works as an associate professor in Musicology at Lund University.
Jens Voigt-Lund (design and programming)
Co-founder and editor of Seismograf until September 2012.
Seismograf’s board consists of: Regin Petersen (director, Snyk), Morten Riis (composer and researcher, Danish Composers’ Society), Rune Søchting (composer), Eva Havshøj Ohrt (head deputy, Edition S), Ditte Laursen (head of department, The Royal Library), Torben Sangild (freelance critic), Frederik Sakham Lomborg (composer and musician, AUT) and Chair Jens Voigt-Lund (composer and web developer).