Review: Danish singer songwriter Agnes Obel started dabbling in studio recording and production techniques at the age of 17. Fast forward to the present day and she has released three acclaimed studio albums: Philharmonics (2010), Laventine 2013 and 2016's Heart Of Glass. Compiling the newest edition of the popular Late Night Tales mix series, Obel explained that she was surprised at how much time she ended up spending on compiling this. She collected all the songs together with her partner and spent time listening to records, trying to see what would fit together. Obel includes new works, with an original song "Bee Dance", a haunting reading of Danish song "Glemmer Du" and a new version of "Stretch Your Eyes" called "Ambient Acapella". Michelle Gurevich, Nina Simone, Henry Mancini or Alfred Schnittke also feature among others.