The Danes of heavy doom rock band, Lucifer, are visiting Oslo. Think Led Zeppelin, Blue Oyster Cult and Black Sabbath, but with less restrictions. Start the week of right with some delicious darkness.
Not a concert, but rather a discussion about Norwegian electronic music undertaking its development from the 60’s until current date. Karin Krog, Gygrid Nordahl Kaldestad and Andreas Bergsland will be discussing the human voice as an instrument (something Krog has contributed greatly to). The discussion will be led by Audun Vinger. Go and get educated!
Nasjonalbiblioteket, Henrik Ibsens gate 110
DJ concept Hoetell is back at Blå and bring along with them Izabell. Starting her career as a DJ, Izabell has since established herself as one of the leading female rappers in the country. With her dark voice and laid-back style it is going to be a hot October night.
BLÅ, Brenneriveien 9C
Releasing their fifth album “Pangea“, Kråkesølv take to the stage at Parkteatret. With modest, delicate vocals, playful guitar and an atmospheric pop sound they will melt your icy toes and cure your Fall depression.
Supporting act is Pikekyss, charming and danceable indie folk.
Experience something a little out of the ordinary as three quite different acts come together:
The best of both worlds unite as author Bård Torgersen and Heyerdahl-musician Kenneth Ishak perform their literary album “Universet“. Following their musical reading is Norwegian singer Stina Stjern, delivering pop rock inspired by Velvet Underground and Rockettothesky. Rounding off the evening is the ever-engaging Heyerdahl. Their second album”A Su Can Panther” is a little sharper around the edges, a little more focused on rhytm, but just as sophisticated as the first. Be there or miss out!