Blow Outs last concert of this season is hosted by Belgian pianist Jonas Cambien and his trio. Cambien is known for his impro work, but also for his contribution to experimental rock band Karokh. Together with Sax player Andre Roligheten and drummer Andreas Wildhagen the trio is expected to blow out MIR for the summer.
Also playing are the duo Aas/Laastas.
MIR, Toftes gate 69
Synne Sanden writes intimate lyrics to experimental pop. Her newest album, In Between Sparks, is dedicated to falling in love, but is anything but cutesy cute. This is the kind of infatuation dealing with fear of rejection, jealousy, euphoria and a feeling of immortality. In other words, the real thing, and a good way to prepare yourself for those summer flings. See you at SoriaMoria!
Soria Moria Hvaskjer, Vogtsgate 64
Playing in Norway for the very first time, Boris Brejcha is bringing High-Tech Minimal to Parkteatret. His playful combination of minimal and electro has made him a favorite of the club scene, lets see how Oslo reacts. Have a listen to his latest album “22“!
Also playing is the Swedish Techno musician Diamandy. His project is trying to connect desire to move with the desire to imagine and analyze music, and his sets usually go from minimalistic low movement to uprising madness and back.
Last but not least this night is G-HA: Oslo resident and one of Norways top DJs. Over the last years he has made Sunkissed into one of Scandinavia’s most renowned and forward thinking club nights, mixing residents nights with top international house, techno and cosmic disco artists.
It’s that time of year, and Pride is all around. Especially in Pride Park, downtown, where you get to experience four days of concerts, DJs, art and culture. Gracing the Oslo festivities with her presence is the Queen of Scandinavian rap herself, Silvana Imam. Who could ask for anything more?
Pride Park Spikersuppa
A low key, and cosy festival in the midst of one of the many green lungs of Oslo,Piknik i Parken delivers a basket full of treats: Long lost acts such as Kings of Convenience, Band of Horses and Sivert Høyem, but also newer ones including Låpsley, Dungen and Razika. Bring a blanket, good mood and an appetite: The festival also prides itself in feeding you, offering a wide selection and great picnic foods.