Kommande program

Datum:

  • L'électron libre/Clarinettes à tête/Crisse et chuchottements

    Datum: 
    13 Feb 2016 - 19:00

    "L'électron libre"
    Hämningslös och våldsamt lekfull elektroakustisk trio.

    David Linnros, elektronik
    Mats Dimming, kontrabas
    Yann Le Nestour, viola da gamba och röst

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    "Clarinette à tête"
    Träig och garanterad kvittrande frijazz, som en skog om våren med fåglar och kanske någon älg.

    Daniel Älgå, klarinetter
    Yann Le Nestour, klarinetter
    Mats Dimming, kontrabas

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    "Crisse et chuchottements"
    Lågmält passionerad stråkig och spännande kvartett som utforskar stora klanger i det lilla.

    Sören Runolf, cello
    Anna Petraskevica, tvärflöjt och dragspel
    Mats Dimming, kontrabas
    Yann Le Nestour, viola da gamba

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    DJ David Linnros

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    Dörrarna öppnar 19, konserten börjar 20.

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    Entré: 80 kr, 60 kr för student/pensionär och fritt för Fylkingen medlemmar och asylsökande

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    Medlemsproduktion: Yann Le Nestour

  • Orgel

    Datum: 
    18 Feb 2016 - 19:30 - 20:30

    Orgel /'orˌjɛl/ - tangentinstrument och blåsinstrument, där ljudet framställs genom att luftströmmar sätter i svängning luften i ett rör.

    Ida Lundén, tonsättare/musiker och Johanna Mårtensson, scenograf möts i ett utforskande av rumsligt ljudande objekt i förhållande till en publik.

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    Fri entré

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    Medlemsproduktion: lda Lundén/Johanna Mårtensson

  • First Edition Festival- Day 1

    Datum: 
    19 Feb 2016 - 19:00

    First Edition
    festival for improvised and other music: 19-21 February 2016
    http://www.edition-festival.com/

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    Ute Kanngiesser / Billy Steiger / Seymour Wright
    Peter Brötzmann & Heather Leigh
    Globe Unity Orchestra

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    Tickets: http://www.tickster.com/sv/events/7gx844bbrjmd8e9/2016-02-19/first-editi...

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    Globe Unity Orchestra

    This year is the 50th anniversary of the big band Alexander von Schlippenbach originally convened for the Berlin Jazz Festival in 1966. Since then Globe Unity has gone on to be one of “the most remarkable assemblies of outside jazz talent since the AACM big bands” (John Litweiller, The Freedom Principle).

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    Heather Leigh

    The daughter of a coal miner, weaving a trail from West Virginia to Texas and now residing in Scotland, Heather Leigh furthers the vast unexplored reaches of pedal steel guitar. She’s performed and released music since the 1990s as a solo artist and with a wide range of uncompromising collaborators from Peter Brötzmann to Jandek and has toured extensively throughout the US, Europe, Australia and New Zealand. Her playing is as physical as it is phantom, combining spontaneous compositions with a feel for the full interaction of flesh with hallucinatory power sources. With a rare combination of sensitivity and strength, Leigh’s steel mainlines sanctified slide guitar and deforms it using hypnotic tone-implosions, juggling walls of bleeding amp tone with choral vocal constructs and wrenching single note ascensions.

    She’s played/performed/released music with Ash Castles On The Ghost Coast, Charalambides, Scorces (a duo with Christina Carter), the Dream/Aktion Unit (a group with Thurston Moore, Paul Flaherty, Chris Corsano and Matt Heyner), Taurpis Tula, Jailbreak (a duo with Chris Corsano) and Jandek, as well as collaborated with Peter Brötzmann, Lynda (as Termas), Stefan Jaworyzn (as Annihilating Light), Richard Youngs, Blood Stereo, MV & EE, Robbie Yeats of The Dead C, John Olson of Wolf Eyes, Smegma, Jutta Koether, Kommissar Hjuler & Mama Baer and many others.

    “Pedal steel guitar player from hell. Not for the faint-hearted.” The List Magazine

    “All notions of the pedal steel’s laid-back, country harmony are shattered as Leigh extols jagged notes and blocks of electric noise that seem to rail against rock, jazz and other notions of freedom music.” Dusted Magazine

    “She is summoning the spirits of the ghost-women of rock ’n’ roll past who were perceived as the sponges of the love-cloaked-violence and guitar-death-gazes of the almighty rocker” Tiny Mix Tapes

    www.wishimage.com

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    Peter Brötzmann

    Peter Brötzmann is one of the most important and uncompromising figures in free jazz and has been at the forefront of developing a unique, European take on free improvisation since the 1960s.

    Brötzmann first trained as a painter and was associated with Fluxus (Participating in various events and working as an assistant to Nam Jun Paik) before dissatisfaction with the art world moved his focus towards music. However he continued to paint and his instantly recognisable visual sensibility has produced some of our favourite LP sleeves as well as a number of gallery shows in recent years.

    Self-taught on Clarinet and Saxophone, Brötzmann established himself as one of the most powerful and original players around, releasing a number of now highly sought after sides of musical invention including the epochal ‘Machine Gun’ session in 1968 – originally released on his own Brö private press and later recordings for FMP (Free Music Production) the label he started with Jost Gebers. Brötzmann’s sound is “one of the most distinctive, life-affirming and joyous in all music” and he has performed with almost all of the major players of free music from early associations with Don Cherry and Steve Lacy to regular groupings with Peter Kowald, Alex Von Slippenbach, Han Bennink and Fred Van Hove, the Chicago Tentet (Mats Gustafsson/Joe McPhee/Ken Vandermark and more) and various one-off and ad hoc associations with many others including Keiji Haino, Derek Bailey, Evan Parker, Anthony Braxton and Rashied Ali.

    www.peterbroetzmann.com

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    Ute Kanngiesser

    Ute Kanngiesser is a German, London based cellist:

    “For over 10 years, I have only played unscripted/improvised music. I have experimented with the sound of the cello, limiting myself to the alive material at hand: vast and complicated layers within the instrument and myself; and to let this music evolve continuously in relationship with others. It relates to the process of uncovering an endless multiplicity of coexisting sense perspectives. And it deals with the energy that this gives rise to. For me, it is the most exciting place to play music from.”

    Most recent collaborations have been with Seymour Wright, Dimitra Lazaridou Chatzigoga, Rie Nakajima, Jennifer Allum, John Butcher, Terry Day, Billy Steiger, Tom Wheatley, Paul Abbott, Guillaume Viltard, and Daniel Blumberg.

    www.utekanngiesser.com

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    Seymour Wright

    “A very radical saxophonist” – Evan Parker

    Seymour Wright of Derby, his first solo album is widely considered to be a defining document of 21st-century, ‘inter-textual’ saxophone and now with his saxophone (mostly) no longer in pieces he has played in several often surprising and increasingly peculiar settings – from the on-going extreme twistings of lll人 (joined on one occasion by Otomo Yoshihide) and lll人lll (with Yuki Yamamoto, Howard Slater and Ute Kanngiesser), the lava flow of xomlatesc tbobnhi’s four-day London Jazz Festival residency and the robop-debut of CYNTHIA, to duets with Ute Kanngiesser (a rare public, many-year hebdomadal), Daniel Blumberg (Hebronix) and saxophonist John Butcher. Increasingly he has been performing and recording music in more jazz-like settings too, exploring aspects of the early NYAQ and a certain jazz tradition in Steve Noble’s current group and performing the music of Ahmed Abdul-Malik in أحمد‎ a newly convened quartet with Pat Thomas, Joel Grip and Antonin Gerbal. This on-going trajectory, through the weird, is making the range of his music making and collaborative creativity increasingly public.

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    Edition Festival is produced by John Chantler and presented in partnership with FRIM (Foreningen Fri Improvised Music), Fylkingen, Elektronmusicstudion EMS and Rönnells Antikvariat.

    Edition Festival is supported by Musikverket, KulturrådetStockholm Stad and the Goethe Institut, Sweden.

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    Samproduktion med John Chantler

  • First Edition - Future Music Workshops

    Datum: 
    20 Feb 2016 - 10:30 - 12:30
    Datum: 
    21 Feb 2016 - 10:30 - 12:30

    Future Music : 2 day experimental music workshop for children

    Future Music is a music workshop for children (aged 7-14) to experiment with ways of listening, sound making, collaboration and improvisation.

    Previous experience of music making or musical knowledge is not required. All materials will be provided.

    The sessions are led by three musicians who are also performing at the festival — Seymour Wright, Billy Steiger and Ute Kanngiesser — and who have been running the workshop with much success at London’s experimental music venue Cafe OTO.

    Time: Saturday 20/2 and Sunday 21/2, 10.30 – 12.30

    Language: English with Swedish translator

    FULLY BOOKED.

    http://www.edition-festival.com/future-music-workshops/

    Seymour Wright is a saxophonist and teacher. He has over a decade of experience of using improvisation as part of learning in a variety of educational contexts – from music workshops to university teaching. He has a PhD in Music, that explores the group learning of creative practice.

    Billy Steiger was born in Howth, and now lives in Limehouse. He has played the violin since 1993 (with breaks), and continues to do so in an expanding variety of contexts, countries, and companies. He has taught art and animation to children of all ages and their families at the BFI for the past five years.

    Ute Kanngiesser is a German cellist and has lived in London for more than 10 years. She has played music since early childhood, has a background in communication studies (MA School of Education / New York University) and has trained in physical theatre and dance. She has taught at Universities in the US and Germany. And she has run music improvisation workshops for adults. As an improvising cellist she has played internationally with a wide range of musicians, dancers and film makers. Ute is the mother of a 4 year old boy and volunteers at the childrens’ charity Hackney Pirates.

    futuremusic.org.uk

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    Edition Festival is produced by John Chantler and presented in partnership with FRIM (Foreningen Fri Improvised Music), Fylkingen, Elektronmusicstudion EMS and Rönnells Antikvariat.

    Edition Festival is supported by Musikverket, KulturrådetStockholm Stad and the Goethe Institut, Sweden.

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    Samproduktion med John Chantler

  • First Edition Festival- Day 2

    Datum: 
    20 Feb 2016 - 19:00

    First Edition
    festival for improvised and other music: 19-21 February 2016
    http://www.edition-festival.com/

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    Okkyung Lee & Rashad Becker
    Joe McPhee & Graham Lambkin
    Mark Sanders & John Edwards

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    Tickets:
    http://www.tickster.com/sv/events/k72k0ptyv79te4w/2016-02-20/first-editi...

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    Ellen Fullman

    Ellen Fullman has been developing her installation, the Long String Instrument, for nearly 30 years; exploring the acoustics of large resonant spaces with her compositions and collaborative improvisations. She has been the recipient of numerous awards, commissions and residencies including: a 2015 Foundation for Contemporary Arts Grants to Artists award; two Center for Cultural Innovation Grants (2008 and 2013); a Japan/U.S. Friendship Commission/NEA Fellowship for Japan (2007); and a DAAD Artists-in-Berlin residency (2000). Fullman has recorded extensively with this unusual instrument. Releases include: Through Glass Panes (Important Records, 2011); Fluctuations, with trombonist Monique Buzzarté (Deep Listening Institute), selected as one of the top 50 recordings of 2008 by the Wire and awarded an Aaron Copeland Fund for Music Recording Program Grant; and Ort, recorded with Berlin collaborator Konrad Sprenger (Choose Records), selected as one of the top 50 recordings of 2004 by the Wire. Fullman’s work was cited by Alvin Lucier in his Music 109: Notes on Experimental Music (Wesleyan University Press, 2012) and by David Byrne in How Music Works (McSweeney’s, 2012. Ellen has been invited to give the Distinguished Alumni Lecture for 2016 at her alma mater, the Kansas City Art Institute.

    www.ellenfullman.com

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    Okkyung Lee

    Lee is one of the most dynamic forces in improvised music today, a fearless and compelling musician whose playing incorporates a love of noise, extraordinary technique and elements from the outer fringes of contemporary composition. Originally from South Korea but now based in New York, Lee has collaborated with many of the leading figures in creative music today, including Christian Marclay, Thurston Moore, Wadada Leo Smith, Ikue Mori, Evan Parker, C. Spencer Yeh, Carlos Giffoni and Maja Rajtke. In 2013 she released ‘Ghil’ an LP of solo improvisations recorded direct to dictaphone by Lasse Marhaug that was widely hailed as the ‘noise record of the year’.

    “Okkyung Lee distorts, disturbs and even deconstructs her instrument, to the point of rendering it unrecognisable. And the results are simply amazing.” – Joseph Burnett, The Quietus

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    Rashad Becker

    Rashad Becker’s Traditional Music of Notional Species, Vol. 1. is one of the most singular recordings of electronic music of the 21st century – combining an intensely personal sound-world together with a highly developed narrative structure. Long sought after as a mastering and cutting engineer at Dubplates & Mastering in Berlin, his own recordings and live performances attest to a personal vision for sound and music that has little parallel.

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    Joe McPhee

    “… [Joe Mcphee’s] magical take on avant-garde sax remains one of the wonders of the scene. He still has one of the most beautiful tones on the planet, even when he’s reaching for jazz’s outer limits.” – Time Out New York

    Joe McPhee is a deeply emotional composer, improviser, and multi-instrumentalist, as well as a thoughtful conceptualist and theoretician. McPhee’s first recordings as leader appeared on the CjR label, founded in 1969 by painter Craig Johnson, including the landmark Nation Time in 1970. He also had a long association with the Swiss label Hat Hut — which started in order to release McPhee’s music — and his solo playing and various transatlantic collaborations over the last decades has included both wildly joyous experimentation (including early usage of tape and electronics/ duos with synthesizer player Jon Snyder) and deep, re-imaginings of the jazz tradition.

    Joe McPhee’s performance at First Edition will be the first public performance outside New York of a new collaboration with fellow Poughkeepsie resident Graham Lambkin.

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    Graham Lambkin

    Graham Lambkin is a multidisciplinary artist based in Upstate New York who first came to prominence in the early 90′s through the formation of his music group The Shadow Ring. Following the dissolution of The Shadow Ring Lambkin embarked on a series of striking and highly original solo releases, including Salmon Run (2007) and Amateur Doubles (2012), a critically acclaimed trilogy with experimental tape musician Jason Lescalleet: The Breadwinner (2007), Air Supply (2010) and Photographs (2013), and Making A (2013) a collaboration with renowned table-top guitarist and founding member of the AMM group, Keith Rowe. His latest release, Schwarze Riesenfalter sees Lambkin paired with Wandelweiser composer Michael Pisaro in a musical reimagining for the texts of Georg Trakl.

    Lambkin also curates the Kye label, which, since it’s conception in 2001 has published audio work by contemporary artists such as Vanessa Rossetto, Malcolm Goldstein, and Matt Krefting, as well as archival collections from the likes of Henning Christiansen, Moniek Darge and Anton Heyboer.

    Lambkin will perform twice at the Edition Festival: a duo with Joe McPhee on the Saturday evening at Fylkingen — only their second public performance — and a solo performance / reading at Rönnells Antikvariat on Sunday afternoon.

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    John Edwards

    “I think John Edwards is absolutely remarkable: there’s never been anything like him before, anywhere in jazz.” – Richard Williams, The Blue Moment

    John Edwards is a true virtuoso whose staggering range of techniques and boundless musical imagination have redefined the possibility of the double bass and dramatically expanded its role, whether playing solo or with others. Perpetually in demand, he has played with Evan Parker, Sunny Murray, Derek Bailey, Joe McPhee, Lol Coxhill, Peter Brötzmann, Mulatu Astatke and many others.

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    Mark Sanders

    Mark Sanders is a percussionist of rare invention, constructing precise yet unpredictable formations from an extended array of percussion instruments in a manner that reimagines notions of time. He has played on more than 120 recordings and performed with many renowned musicians including Wadada Leo Smith, Derek Bailey, John Butcher, Henry Grimes, Roswell Rudd, Sylvie Courvoursier, Sirone, Peter Brotzmann, Barry Guy, Otomo Yoshihide, Jah Wobble, Harold Budd, Bill Laswell, Sidsel Endresen , Charles Gayle, Peter Evans and William Parker. With John Edwards, they work in a duo and with groups including Evan Parker, electro acoustic composer John Wall, `Foils` with Frank Paul Schubert and Matthius Muller and groups with Veryan Weston, John Tilbury, Agusti Fernandez and Mathew Shipp.

    “ubiquitous, diverse and constantly creative, drummer Mark Sanders always outdoes himself, whether playing with restraint or erupting like a dynamo.” Bruce L Gallenter, Downtown Music Gallery. NY

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    Edition Festival is produced by John Chantler and presented in partnership with FRIM (Foreningen Fri Improvised Music), Fylkingen, Elektronmusicstudion EMS and Rönnells Antikvariat.

    Edition Festival is supported by Musikverket, KulturrådetStockholm Stad and the Goethe Institut, Sweden.

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    Samproduktion med John Chantler

  • First Edition - Future Music Workshops

    Datum: 
    20 Feb 2016 - 10:30 - 12:30
    Datum: 
    21 Feb 2016 - 10:30 - 12:30

    Future Music : 2 day experimental music workshop for children

    Future Music is a music workshop for children (aged 7-14) to experiment with ways of listening, sound making, collaboration and improvisation.

    Previous experience of music making or musical knowledge is not required. All materials will be provided.

    The sessions are led by three musicians who are also performing at the festival — Seymour Wright, Billy Steiger and Ute Kanngiesser — and who have been running the workshop with much success at London’s experimental music venue Cafe OTO.

    Time: Saturday 20/2 and Sunday 21/2, 10.30 – 12.30

    Language: English with Swedish translator

    FULLY BOOKED.

    http://www.edition-festival.com/future-music-workshops/

    Seymour Wright is a saxophonist and teacher. He has over a decade of experience of using improvisation as part of learning in a variety of educational contexts – from music workshops to university teaching. He has a PhD in Music, that explores the group learning of creative practice.

    Billy Steiger was born in Howth, and now lives in Limehouse. He has played the violin since 1993 (with breaks), and continues to do so in an expanding variety of contexts, countries, and companies. He has taught art and animation to children of all ages and their families at the BFI for the past five years.

    Ute Kanngiesser is a German cellist and has lived in London for more than 10 years. She has played music since early childhood, has a background in communication studies (MA School of Education / New York University) and has trained in physical theatre and dance. She has taught at Universities in the US and Germany. And she has run music improvisation workshops for adults. As an improvising cellist she has played internationally with a wide range of musicians, dancers and film makers. Ute is the mother of a 4 year old boy and volunteers at the childrens’ charity Hackney Pirates.

    futuremusic.org.uk

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    Edition Festival is produced by John Chantler and presented in partnership with FRIM (Foreningen Fri Improvised Music), Fylkingen, Elektronmusicstudion EMS and Rönnells Antikvariat.

    Edition Festival is supported by Musikverket, KulturrådetStockholm Stad and the Goethe Institut, Sweden.

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    Samproduktion med John Chantler

  • Ambitious Tapes Label Night

    Datum: 
    25 Feb 2016 - 18:00

    Ambitious music.
    On tape.

    https://ambitioustapes.bandcamp.com/

    Live:
    20:00 prr
    21:00 devv http://devv.bandcamp.com/
    22:00 TMRW https://tmrwtmrw.bandcamp.com/

    DJ:
    Alva Göransson https://soundcloud.com/alvaae

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    Entré: 100 SEK - card only at entrance & in bar - bring cash for cassettes.

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    A delicious vegan food item will be served as long as it is available - first come first served.

    Doors for realz 18:00 (pünktlich)
    First act for realz 20:00 (pünktlich)

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    Medlemsproduktion: Daniel M Karlsson

  • Oma333 label night and release party for Myttys & Ela Orleans tapes

    Datum: 
    27 Feb 2016 - 20:00 - 28 Feb 2016 - 01:00

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    Entré: 80kr

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    Live:

    Myttys (FIN)
    Tv Dinner Education (SE)
    OFF HIGHWAY (SE)
    Caterina Barbieri & Kali Malone (ITA/US)
    DJ Anja Enerud (Masskultur, Arcade Overseas, 1914-1918) who did a mixtape for Oma333 called Dom Som Kunde Fly

    More information and some links...

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    Myttys (FI)
    Live at 23.30

    Lo-fi party music full of beats, glitches and beautiful melodies. My new favourite band.
    Myttys is a duo of Heta Bilaletdin (Olimpia Splendid) and Samuli Tanner (Siihhi, Clouds).
    Their music is a mixture of clumsy ding dong beats, hiss, mumbling, sad syrup melodies, occational vocals, shameless surprise audio, out of tune pop, hum and explosions played with bunch of small samplers & synths.
    Debut album Paksotal was released in 2014 by Guggenhavn Archive.
    Their second tape Sloggilukio will be released at this evening and it will be Oma333 No.024
    New tune! soundcloud.com/oma333/lenak-by-myttys-from
    First tape; guggenhavn.bandcamp.com/album/paksotal
    Older video; youtube.com/watch?v=vm5oeF2LPUk
    Sounds; soundcloud.com/myttys
    Fb; facebook.com/myttys

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    TV Dinner Education (SE)
    Live at 22.45

    Dadaist post-punk avant-pop duo from Stockholm.
    They are Lotti of I.M.I and 29.90 & Julian of Munnen and Målgrupp.
    Live self made VJ-ing by Peter Larsson for extra televisional feelings
    Broken harmonies played on an oddly stringed toy guitar. Up tempo slap-back delay with jazzy-punky drum beats relayed through contact-mics. Pitched vocals and circuit-bent synthesisers recorded onto cassette tapes. Tvde are as influenced by the American No Wave scene as they are by European New Wave, and are drawn to traditional musical experiments from every corner of our world. Lizzy Mercier Descloux, Renaldo and the Loaf, Cabaret Voltaire, Phew, Normal Brain, Amos and Sara to mention just a few.
    Tv Dinner Education's debut release was Oma333's first vinyl (Oma333 Nr.015) together with Hockey Rawk (HR Nr.050) released in May 2015
    Live clip; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Esp7NiMzm8U
    Video; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vtiLz8fZAyk
    Sounds; https://soundcloud.com/tv-dinner-education

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    OFF HIGHWAY
    – the darkness descends to show me the world is an experiment
    by and with Indra Linderoth and Nina Jeppsson (actors/performers)
    Live at 22

    It is an acoustic spatial voice-journey or a kind of story without words, with the help of luminous tape. In
    the piece they are exploring the already existing landscapes of their voices (bodies/minds) trying to reach
    further towards multiple possibilities, yet unknown.
    Travelling along the bounderies between human and not human. Asking: Is it possible to temporarily transform/disolve these violent lines with the help of bodily vibrations? To become lovingly open enough for such a deadly attack on the system?

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    Caterina Barbieri & Kali Malone playing Glory IT/US
    Live at 21

    Two electric guitars, two spectral freeze pedals and two voices
    Glory is piece for electric guitars and spectral freeze inspired by polytempic canons, pattern permutation, modality and overtone-centered harmony. It’s vigorous and minimalist dexterity exudes a severe sound pouring landscapes of bliss and light from the pythagorean region of the harmonic spectrum. Caterina Barbieri (IT) and Kali Malone (US) began composing Glory in November 2014 soon after collaborating on the split release “Morbida / Medicine Bow” for Oma333. They’ve presented several versions of the piece at Made in Woman (Bologna IT), in Mimerlaven at Norberg Festival, and in residency at Tempo Reale (Florence IT).
    Caterina Barbieri (Important Records/Cassauna, Oma333)
    Kali Malone (XKatedral, Fylkingen Records, Bleak Environment, Oma333)
    Live excerpts; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JZV3u95JONQ
    Caterina's website http://www.caterinabarbieri.com/
    Kali sounds https://soundcloud.com/kali-malone

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    Samproduktion med Gavin Maycroft / Label Oma333

  • Jazz Är Farligt presenterar URAN GBG!

    Datum: 
    28 Feb 2016 - 19:30

    Jazz Är Farligt presenterar URAN GBG!

    Någonstans i Göteborg finns en orkester som fortsätter att plåga öron med massiv kraut.
    Ingen vet hur många dom är.
    Alla vet dock att dom släppte årets skiva på Höga Nord Rekords och
    alla vet att Jazz Är Farligt älskar Söndagar.

    "Deras hemsida säger: ” Legendary rockband from Gothenbourg Sweden formed 2007. No further information availible”. Exakt så är det. På scen blir det kanske 10 pers, kanske 15. Ingen vet men det blir en upplevelse för oss, för er." Psykjunta

    Dj's: Fly Interzone

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    Entré: 200:-
    Förköp: 200:- via http://www.tickster.com/sv/events/tn1xg3gg65090zn/2016-02-28/uran-gbg-pa...

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    FB-event: https://www.facebook.com/events/213881452285875/

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    Samproduktion med Jazz är Farligt