Lamour Sthlm April 29 at Fylkingen

Viv Corringham (UK)
(Anna-Karin Berglund)
(Thomas Bjelkeborn & Paul Pignon)
Miss Cmy & Otherland
Friday april 29 2016 – 19:30 – 24.00

Lamour arranges unexpected combinations in the meeting between artists and audience, always friendly, feelgood and experimentally. Musical evenings spans over wide electronic genres, free jazz and contemporary music.

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)

Viv Corringham
is a British vocalist, sound artist and composer, currently based in New York, who has worked internationally since the early 1980s. Her work includes performances, installations, radio works and soundwalks.  She is interested in exploring people’s special relationship with familiar places and how that links to personal history and memory. She is a 2012 and 2006 McKnight Composer Fellow through American Composers Forum.

(Anna-Karin Berglund) goes solo and makes a musical U-turn with her debut EP ‘Söndagsbarn’. The last 10 years, AKB has been touring the world with bands Twiggy Frostbite and The Deer Tracks, but now she has replaced the pop music with spacey ambient.

AKBs hometown Gävle city has for decades had a very strong electronica and sound art scene, something that obviously inspires the entire city’s musical life, even AKB, so the step into the cosmic sound world is a natural extension of her music career. The four tracks on ‘Söndagsbarn’ has clear influences from the 70’s/80’s ambient artists, such as Klaus Schulze and Michael Stearns, but also more modern references like Markus Guentner and Loscil.

(Thomas Bjelkeborn & Paul Pignon)
“SQ (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. These rarely published freethinkers creates a low key intense music with the strength of swedish granite that matured for an eternity.”
Thomas Bjelkeborn on electronics has performed at festivals on all continents. Paul Pignon on Sax, Woodwinds and Digeridoo is a pioneer in EAM and lived equally in the UK, Yugoslavia and Sweden. Live visuals is provided by Deadpixel.

DJ Miss Cmy

Miss Cmy
As her alter ego Miss Cmy, Camilla has become recognised on the techno scene playing at electronica festivals, clubs, and held DJ residencies around Europe.
When Miss Cmy enters the stage you can rely on hearing euphoric techno, early Detroit, mixed with house, experimental and bits of acid.
Miss Cmy’s own music is available on French label Mad Bros Records as well as on German label Modularfield.


As a sidekick to Miss Cmy, Otherland will visit the stage to fill spaces with noise, fuzziness and half tempo beats. Ongoing projects include making raw broken acid together with Ragnar Atari as well as the experimental solo parts as Otherland. Otherland and Miss Cmy are also a part of the techno quartet Reverbal Sign which released their first EP december last year.