Two generations of Norway’s best singer-songwriters share a stage in honour of Rockefeller’s 30th anniversary. Bjørn Eidsvåg hardly needs an introduction after decades of success, and Daniel Kvammen was without a doubt one of THE breakthrough artists in Norway in 2015.
After the official by:Larm shows are over, Internasjonalen are holding their own free club nights, called Internatt. Bloody Beach from Bergen, and TUBA TUBA are the first bands out on the Thursday night.
Internasjonalen, Youngstorget 2
After winning the Spellemann’s prize for Best Rock Album 2015 and lead singer Raymond T. Hauger giving the longest (and most random/hilarious/incoherent (delete as appropriate)) speech in Spellemann’s history, Norway’s most flamboyant septet Beglomeg have gone from being an underground phenomenon to being a slightly more talked about underground phenonemon. Regardless, they’re undeniably one of the most exhilarating live bands this country has to call its own.