The last Red Bull Sound Select concert of the year, and it’s a good one. Focusing on strong female singers this time, they have invited American producer and songwriter Georgia Anne Muldrow. Previously collaborating with among others, Mos Def, Flying Lotus and Erykah Badu, her performance cannot be anything but steaming hot.
Next in line is the enchanting Charlotte Dos Santos, whipping up some magical neo-soul and good vibrations as she takes to the stage at Parkteatret. Also playing this evening is Norwegian singer-songwriter Fieh. From modest bedroom productions to spectacular big band concerts at Victoria Jazzscene, she has had quite a productive autumn. Why not join the fan club?
Known for their scandalous and energetic live shows, untraditional merging of electronic noise and pop hook-ups, and a high consumption of alcohol, Crystal Castles are ready to revisit Oslo. What will they sound like without Alice Glass gurgling down Jack Daniels? I want to find out!
Support act is Guidance, playing what he calls “Future Grunge”.
NMG/G-Huset and Dattera have managed to put together a night of genuine Bergen hip hop. Jonas V haven’t held a single concert in the capital for almost two years, and there is talk of several fellow G-Huset artists joining him. Bergen, bangers and beer? The perfect thing to do on a Thursday!
With her own record company, six albums under her belt and a soft spot for 80’s synth pop, Molly Nilsson is truly one awesome woman. Her gig at Ingensteds this weekend is going to be the same as she is joined by Trist Pike and Raymond Teigen Haugers from Beglomeg. It might also get a little crazy. Be there!
Holm&Horne go all in on a night of Afro-Brasilian soul, samba and funk. With a carefully picked band of respected musicians, Gabriela Garrubo on vocals and a loyal group of fans, the dance floors will be drenched in sweat.
Nasjonal jazzscene, Karl Johans gate 35