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Sunday, February 20 • 12:30am - 1:00am

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East of Finnskogen, west of Dovre, right by the foot of Jotunheimen you find Bygdin. The lake that captures Galdhøpiggen in its own troll-like mirror. It’s the place where the forests no longer breathe. In this heart of Norway, this remote realm of the mountains, you can literally feel the pulse of eternity. This is the home of Schröder & Ovesen, also known as the two flanks of 120 Days. Here they feel refreshed by the cool water from the birthplace of the trolls. “…a fine fine record of angular and surprisingly dancefloor friendly krautrock that is not only dark and rambling but also, for want of a better phrase, mentally claustrophobic.” – Dagbladet (Norwegian daily) 5/6 “This is perplexing, Norwegian electronica / noise / krautrock that actually works. If artists like The Field or Lindstrøm are part of your record collection, then there’s no reason at all why Bygdin shouldn’t be in there too.”
- furoreiharare.com (top Norwegian blog) “The Bygdin project is three parts a love for Norway and two parts a history of elecronica. (….) Bygdin at its best is a road movie soundtrack for a generation in love with bubbling synths and vocoder vocals.”
- Bergens Tidene 5/6

Sunday February 20, 2011 12:30am - 1:00am CET

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