From three different stages, the Copenhagen record label and publisher Escho presents an impressive series of both concerts and literary features. The entire séance will be delivered as a kind of mixtape by artists connected to Escho - and although the list is already long, there is guaranteed room for surprises! The evening is presented in collaboration with Gong Tomorrow.
Free musical framework is an essential characteristic of Thulebasen. In the early days, the band focused on the free improvisation, but over time, the music has increasingly become compositions that explore the boundaries of alternative rock. Last year, Thulebasen returned after a long hiatus with the album Suko! The band consists of Nis Bysted, Niels Kristian Eriksen and Felia Gram-Hansen.
With a background in classical music, Astrid Sonne explores boundaries between the mechanical and the organic. Her electronic soundscapes feature everything from synthesizers to vocal sequences and choral samplings, expressed on last year's debut album Human Lines. In October she will follow up with the LP Cliodynamics.
Collider's universe is based on the paranormal and out-of-body experiences. In what could be described as an illogical approach to music, Collider brings together various forms of alternative rock in their own fusion. Lively, expressive and noisy playing style unites with melodic vocals. Collider's music creates a new, fragmented way of thinking rock.
Musical project by Norwegian producer, singer and visual artist Camilla Myhre. As Varnrable, Myhre produces slick synth pop, set on top of icily cool productions, using repetitive pulsing her tunes have an almost hypnotic effect.
Award-winning Danish pianist and composer. Kjærgaard's music unfolds in several fruitful collaborations and projects. Among other things, he has made his mark with his trio with drummer Andrew Cyrille and bassist Ben Street. Musically he is inspired by John Cage and David Tudor and has collaborated with composer Simon Steen-Andersen on several occasions.
Ydegirl is the name of an ancient bog body, but also the alias of Andrea Novel's musical project. The sounds and lyrics reflect Novel's notion of Yde's destiny. The soundscape contains classical instruments such as flute and strings that can direct the thoughts to chamber music, while drums and subtropical samples add a unique dimension to the music.
Metallic dance band with roots in universal rock. Gullo Gullo has grown out of the Mayhem venue in Copenhagen, and the band is inspired by everything from the world of rock - including metal, doom, art-rock and hardcore. The band released their debut album Raw Moon this year and performed at this year's Roskilde Festival.
Danish-Malaysian artist who previously went by the name Irrelevantbitch101. The music is self-written, a self-produced pop extravaganza with beats that pull strings back to the '80s. In addition, IB101's music reflects parts of Motown, hip-hop and new wave-pop. IB101 has released the singles Controversial and most recently Unknown Wonders.
Graduated dancer and choreographer from the Danish School of Performing Arts in 2015. Karis Zidore produces electronic music under her artistic alias 'Gel', where she explores deconstructed dance music. At the same time, she is also part of the artistic collective DANSEatelier. As Gel, Karis Zidore released her debut album Drama Tools last year.
Homies consist of resident American saxophonist Ned Ferm, bassist Jeppe Skovbakke and Rune Kielsgaard on drums and together they have been described as an improv/action drone trio. The members have been active on the domestic jazz scene for years, but all members have had several musical detractors during the years flirting with experimental, country and pop. Homies has released two albums on Escho. Most recently Cliff from 2015.
Musical collaboration between Lasse Bækby Buch and Andreas Enrique Murga Meinert. Realism released Like Seashells To The Change on Escho in 2015.
She debuted in 2008 with the novel Bløder and has since published I kræets top bor en storm, a collection of prose and poems, and most recently the poetry collection MUS from last year. Both ar published on Escho.
Author, musician, performer and composer. In 1981, TS Høeg, also known as Thorsten Sehested Høeg, debuted with the short novel Træer vinkler vandstråle i en kort forvitret sommer. For decades, Høeg has been an original feature on various scenes and published numerous books, short stories, poems, novels, plays, etc.
Danish author and musician Jonas Okholm Jensen debuted in 2016 with the collection Så snart man åbner vinduet ud til den populære sol vælter årets første flue ind i rodet on Escho. The debut was nominated for Bukdahl's Bet the following year. The 39-year-old author has made a popular name for reading events, and as a lead singer in bands such as Easy Rider and Spost, Okholm Jensen has a myriad of concerts and record releases behind him.
Annual festival for new, experimental music and sound art. Runs from 1-9 November 2019 and presents concerts and interdisciplinary collaborations between Danish as well as international artists. G((o))ng Tomorrow is organized by Snyk.
Anders P Jensen
Doors open at 5 pm / concerts start at 6 pm
Tickets: 130 DKK
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