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9:00pm

I am Sound (N)
    Thursday February 16, 2012 9:00pm - 9:30pm @ Dattera til Hagen
    I am Sound was founded by songwriter Tore Kobbeltvedt with a desire to create something that draws the audience into a world of both sorrow and joy. I Am Sound was picked out to be NRK Urørt artist of the week with for the track “Soul Mates”. “I am Sound arranges sounds, instruments and harmonic vocals beautifully. “Soul Mates” is an embracing, epic, and warm song – and it feels just as magical as meeting a soulmate." – Trine Jørgensen Aandahl, NRK P3 With his fellow musicians he takes the listener on a musical journey with instruments such as glasses, glockenspiel and accordion. Musical reference points are artists such as Sigur Ros, echo, Fever Ray, Björk, Bugge Wesseltoft and Arvo Pärt
    Type Live


10:00pm

Bendagram (FI)
    Thursday February 16, 2012 10:00pm - 10:30pm @ Dattera til Hagen
    Bendagram feed off tickling, bouncing, slapping electronic apparatus and lush guitar strings like hunter-gatherers in the wake of a technological singularity. The Helsinki duo’s deeply penetrating, strange, pop songs have that rare quality of creating a warm, soothing atmosphere, simultaneously leaving one with a tingly sense of a small electric shock. Formed in 2010 in Helsinki by Lauri Solin and Pekka Tynkkynen, the band kept a low profile quietly putting together their debut release and drawing influences to their songwriting from occasional live shows. Apart from gigs in Helsinki’s main venues such as Tavastia, they’ve been received by small but devoted crowds in Turku, Tampere and recently Stockholm’s legendary Debaser Slussen. Bendagram has been named several times during 2011 by the Finnish media as one Finland’s most promising new acts.
    Type Live


11:00pm

Emilio (N)
    Thursday February 16, 2012 11:00pm - 11:30pm @ Dattera til Hagen
    Emilio is an unknown artist for many people in Norway, but the 20-year-old rapper from Oslo has been behind the scenes of the music industry in Norway for many years. With an active participation in Gatekunst (Street Art) Projects and releases by Sama D, Emilio started a humble but solid career when he was just eleven years old. He has done warmup gigs for Karpe Diem, Madcon, Lars Vaular, Lloyd Banks, Ken Ring, Gatas Parlament, and the future looks promising for the young artist. Emilio is a part of the creative collective “BAWS”, and you may have seen him in Baws videos with rappers such as Phil T Rich, Rob Banks and Aon. In the first week of September 2011, his first EP, “While You Were Sleeping,” was released. “While You Were Sleeping” is a reflection of everyday life with influences from a very colorful environment, and describes moods and love. The title is inspired by a sense of being underrated and “slept on”, and perhaps it is due time to wake up and download Emilio – “While You Were Sleeping”.
    Type Live


 
 

9:00pm

AutoLaser (N)
    Friday February 17, 2012 9:00pm - 9:30pm @ Dattera til Hagen
    AutoLaser has been one of Trondheim’s best kept secrets for a while now. A buzz band for those in the know, who’ve mooted the band as one to watch in the coming year. AutoLaser are unorthodox, with an audacity that is refreshing and an ability to create a sound that gives a nod to both Skrillex and Deadmau5, to mention two other great all rounders. The result achieves the remarkable feat to be both headphone and dancefloor friendly at the same time.
    Type Live


10:00pm

Icona Pop (S)
    Friday February 17, 2012 10:00pm - 10:30pm @ Dattera til Hagen
    Swedish duo Icona Pop are comprised of Aino Jawo and Caroline Hjelt. Together they deliver the kind of electronic pop that has captivated bloggers, dancefloors and music critics the world over. On the back of single “Manners” for the tastemaking UK label Neon Gold (Marina & The Diamonds, Passion Pit, Ellie Goulding, The Naked & Famous) the girls upped sticks and moved to London where they’ve played a bunch shows including Club NME and have made a host of DJ appearances. The hype surrounding the Neon Gold release led to a number of festival appearances in both Sweden and England this past Summer. In October the band released the E.P. “Nights Like This” getting love from the likes of Discobelle, rollingstones.com, Hype Machine, Popjustice and Attitude. In the Spring the band will release their debut album which has been produced by Patrik Berger who has worked with both Tove Styrke and Robyn.
    Type Live


11:00pm

Charlotte Thorstvedt (N)
    Friday February 17, 2012 11:00pm - 11:30pm @ Dattera til Hagen
    Charlotte Thorstvedt is a model and sought-after DJ. Previously she has worked for MTV, hosting a variety of different shows, and now she has released her debut single Treacle. Her debut album Solomé is a project she has been working with since 2010 and will be released on Universal Music.
    Type Live


 
 

9:00pm

Andre Holstad (N)
    Saturday February 18, 2012 9:00pm - 9:30pm @ Dattera til Hagen
    Andre Holstad is a beanpole of a chap with a heart that constantly beats 4/4. By the time he was ten he’d already had it all mapped out, neatly recording in his school books how by the time he was thirty, he would be both a rock star and living in a castle. At 27, he looks like he’s well on schedule. With rare charisma and unforgettable tunes, &(&^&(&^%^&*& (which has become his trademark), André Holstad is at the vanguard of new Norwegian rock music. His new single “Corporation” is out on Universal.
    Type Live


10:00pm

Mmm (N)

11:00pm

Ignug (DK)
    Saturday February 18, 2012 11:00pm - 11:30pm @ Dattera til Hagen
    The band met in 2006 and started recording their first songs in an apartment above a brothel in the Red Light district of Copenhagen, Denmark. Prostitutes and drug addicts lay on the doorstep of their home studio in the mornings, and drunks littered the streets throughout the long nights. Amidst the chaos and debauchery of their living arrangements, IGNUG focused their energies into channelling positivity into their music to contrast their external world. They did however utilise the raw sexual energy that surrounded them and fused this with tough electronic rhythms and gritty synth riffs to encapsulate the reality of the seedy surroundings in which they lived. IGNUG’s songs tell stories born out of a chaotic lifestyle. Ruby’s incredible range punches out allegorical lyrics on some tracks, and in others he adopts a high pitched slow gritty nature to his voice that surreptitiously ensnares your mind and body to draw you into the story his lyrics unfold. Songs such as ‘Trail Of Thought’ and ‘The Power Of Truth’ possess truly fantastical qualities and other songs like ‘Tell Me That You Love Me’ have such finger licking passion you can’t help but become lost in them, leaving the mundane routine of the real world behind. In 2010 IGNUG decided to move to the UK to draw upon fresh inspiration for their debut album and to unleash their infectious new sound upon the British live scene. All IGNUGs’ music is produced in their studio at the Dairy complex in Brixton by the only member of the band you won’t see on stage – Ace Connor. Ace has remixed for the likes of Lady Gaga, Jamiroquai, White Lies and Coldcut. IGNUG can be categorised as Love, Chaos and Fantasy. All the music is written, composed, produced and performed by IGNUG, and they have performed gigs across London at nights and venues such as Proud Galleries, Potty Mouth Disco, Fiesta, 333, Fabric, Cargo, Notting Hill Arts Club, Shunt, The Garage, 93 Feet East and Bangers & Mash to name but a few.
    Type Live


 

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