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Friday, February 18 • 11:00pm - 11:30pm
Deathcrush

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“With their guitars as much on the floor as around their necks, Deathcrush have over the last half a year made them selves noticed around the capital with their Noise Rock assault on No-Wave. “Filthy nowave for dirty sluts and horny bastards” said Nam of Fjorden Baby! Not that any perfectly straight, asexual creatures should have any reason to feel left out.“
(Lars Preus / / / Tiger Record Store, Oslo)

“Insanely loud! Insanely inappropriate!” 
(Anne Nordheim /// Radio Nova & Simen Herning /// Spoon Train Audio) “Their Urørt-tune ‘Lesson # 1 (for Snoop Dogg)’ has been on heavy rotation on my iPod for months now." 
(Anette Basso /// Upop, Bergen) 
 Deathcrush’s eventful first six months have included playing support for Nisennenmondai (JPN) one humid summer evening at Mono, being booked for Music Fest Oslo by Blå main man Sten Ove Toft, getting down to it at a Berlin show where the sweat was running down the walls and people were hanging through the windows, featuring Nam Phuong Nguyen (Fjorden Baby!) as a guest artist during the Phono festival – and by then their live schedule was practically filled through to December. 
 The first of these autumn concerts was on October 3rd as supportfor legendary Japanese noise band Melt Banana, and more will be announced during the next weeks – its blow by blow until they hit the stage during by:Larm in February. 
The first two songs from the band’s session at Crystal Canyon studio have received recognition from both NRK and the student radio stations. Both “Lesson # 1 (for Snoop Dogg)” and "Lesson # 2 (for Cliff Burton) are recommended tracks by NRK Urørt and is played regularly on the program. The latter is available on “Bransjevelter # 5” (Tiger / Diger / Fysisk Format’s compilation release, Aug. 2010), and has been praised by both Bra Trommis” and “Music, Dance and Drama” on Radio Nova. 
 “I have the same horror of evil as you do, but I do not share your hope.”
Camus to the Domincan Order (1948)
http://bylarm.no/nor/artists/7501

Friday February 18, 2011 11:00pm - 11:30pm
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  • Nordic Music Prize