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Friday, February 18 • 5:00pm - 8:00pm
URØRT VORSPIEL

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The radio station P3 presents “the Urørt-stage” every day during by: Larm, based on the talent-spotting radio program Uørt. Three of their favourite bands will be playing every day at the venue Internationalen (1st floor) Thursday
1700 Aristillus
Aristillus are comprised of four young turks from the nation’s capital who play indiecore, principally inspired by trailblazers such as Snöras, Dominic, Rumble in Rhodos, JR Ewing and Kaospilot. 1800 Brighton
Brighton are a band from Haugesund who play catchy indie pop, obvious reference points would be Swedish band Kent and The Killers, with their sound ranging from the introverted to the epic. 1900 Tôg
Electro, inspired by a mix of horror movies, film noir and westerns isn’t a genre that often pops up on Norway’s musical landscape. In their Stavanger dialect, the sins of the Tôg are confessed to the masses.


Friday
1700 Envy
Envy consists of two 20 year old rappers Nico Sereba and Vinzy V. The duo draw on a wide range of influences and this first mix is a blend of witty street savvy rhymes (in English) and catchy choruses. Their first single “Set To go” is out now with more in the pipeline. 1800 Machine Birds
TBA 1900 Forza
This hip-hop hybrid are helping themselves to whatever they like from the top shelf in the world’s musical supermarket. They’re truly genre defying, blending hip-hop and folk music with rock and pop all served up on a bed of mighty beats.

Saturday
1700 Dråpe
Dråpe play noise-pop that is both aggressive and soothing. If you like shoegaze and the more melodic end of nose then this is most certainly something for you. 1800 Oslo Ess
Oslo Ess initially look to Californian punk bands like Rancid, Social Distortion and Bad Religion for inspiration. But the band are by no means one dimensional, their sound also encompassing elements of classic rock. That coupled with the use of instruments that you wouldn’t typically see used by a punk band like organ and harmonica give the band a very accessible sound. 1900 Honningbarna
What do you get when you toss six 17 year olds from Kristiansand, brimming with testosterone into a cement mixer along with a cello, hammond organ, bass, two guitars, a drum kit and young fresh faced anarchism? The answer is Honningbarna!
http://bylarm.no/nor/artists/9041

Friday February 18, 2011 5:00pm - 8:00pm
Internasjonalen: Urørt-scenen (NRK P3)

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