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5 things to do in week 4…Oslo edition

5 things to do in week 4…Oslo edition

25.01.2017

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What?
Nils Petter Molvær is kicking it with his new album “Buoyancy“, receiving great reviews all around. With his rare flair for mixing jazz with ambient, house and electronica, the concert at Rockefeller is bound to shake up your faculties and blow your socks of.

Where?
Rockefeller / John DEE / Sentrum Scene, Torggata 16
How much?
385NOK

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27.01.2017

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What?
Bergen is known for raising hip hop prodigies, and Sushi x Kobe is no exception. The duo released their first  song in 2014 and is fast approaching stardom with almost 2 million listenings of their song “Tenker Feil“.
Special guest this evening is Emil Stabil, fellow Bergen-bound rapper with laid back flow and restless stage presence.

Where?
Rockefeller Music Hall
How much?
285NOK

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27.01.2017

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What?
Munchmuseet are opening their new audio visual exhibition “Emma og Edvard“, and treats us to a night of great music. KOSO is bringing their A game with a live performance by Pieces of Juno, and DJ sets by SVANI and Soldal. Pieces of Juno is a Norwegian performance artist, composer and producer with a dark and cinematic expression. Bringing along with her dancer Ida Frøymyr Borgen and VJ Lionhelmet, this will be something out of the ordinary.
DJs SVANI and Soldal are some of the best in town and will definitely heat up a night at the museum.

Where?
The Munch Museum, Tøyengata 53
How much?
FREE!

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28.01.2017

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What?
Jassbox are acing it yet again, bringing the good people of Oslo new soul with The band called Oh. There will be soul, there will be funk, there will be dancing. Be there!

Where?
Nasjonal jazzscene, Karl Johans gate 35
How much?
FREE!

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28.01.2017

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What?
Another great booking by Oslo Psych Fest, bringing us Krautrock at its finest with the German band Camera. Hailing from the depths of Berlin, they mix a tight, driving sound with the ability to maintain unpredictable and bold in their expression.
Support comes from Norwegian singer-songwriter Sofi Lofi. After performing with Le Corbeau for 6 years, she now stands steady on her own. 

Where?
Revolver, Møllergata 32
How much?
175NOK

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