Lineup: On stage Harpun, Lisa & Kroffe, Hara Alonso (ES) & Philippe Moenne-Loccoz (FR), Alexandra Nilsson. DJ Tomas Bodén. + PUSH residents: Slim Vic, Sound Quartet (in the bar). 5 may 2017 19:30 – 24:00
Happy Fridays at the Fylkingen Bar, old/new vinyls spinning exclusively. In concert unexpected combinations, always friendly, feelgood and experimental. Musical evenings spans wide electronic genres, soundart and artmusic.
Entrance: 100kr (80 kr for students/members in Lamour and Fylkingen)
Fylkingen has changed over to card payment system.
No cash payments in the entrance or the bar.
Fylkingen, Münchenbryggeriet, Torkel Knutssonsgatan 2, över gården i valvet / T-bana Mariatorget (eniro)
Medlemsproduktion: Thomas Bjelkeborn, i samarbete med föreningen Lamour
Harpun Six fuckups playing preapocalyptic rock about end of normality and the advent of immorality.
Hara Alonso is pianist and composer. Coming from classical background she is currently working in the integration of new technologies in music though composition, performance, improvisation and multimedia. She has given concerts as soloist and as member of different ensembles around Europe: Finland, Italy, Spain, Estonia, Germany, Sweden and Russia.
Lisa & Kroffe are a Stockholm based duo. They create repetitive landscapes and swirling melodies using analog synthesizers and any instruments where they find inspiration. Their upcoming album Göteborg Energi will be released 2017, on which Lisa & Kroffe explores rythmic textures and exotic melodies.
Alexandra Nilsson is a composer and musician based in Stockholm.
She mainly composes and performs with trumpet or other objects and live-electronics.
She makes lyrical noise and swinging trash. Her mode is real-time and her love hardware.
Her work streches between soundart, noise, electronica and free improvisation.
/// PUSH Residends ///
Turntableist and label boss of Lamour kicks off the evening with a dark improvisation/destruction of his latest album ‘personliga artiklar’
Sound Quartet (Thomas Bjelkeborn & Philippe Moenne-Loccoz)
“Sound Quartet is carried by howling winds from the frozen tundra with an urge to make sound poetry for the masses, an enchanting experimental blend of acoustic and electronic sounds.” http://soundquartet.se/