Luna Ersahin, the front figure of the young and critically lauded danish trio AySay, plays saz and sings in danish, kurdish and turkish. She has a danish mother and a kurdish father from Turkey, and the band follows in these footprints. They mix electronic and acoustic percussion, and draws on inspirations ranging from the danish folktronica band Sorten Muld to Altin Gün, which they will also support with a brief set at Cosmopolite during this festival.
Reolô is made out of Anders Røine, Hans Kjorstad, Rasmus Kjorstad and Hans Hulbækmo. All four are central figures in the busy musical border region between jazz, folk music and just about anything else. Reolô started as a piece commissioned by Riksscenen, which aimed to show the connections between norwegian slåttemusikk and west african grooves. Between these to points of reference, alot happens - their debut album, Andre Sida, contained free improv, punk, psychedelic folk rock and alot more. We think the same is going to happen when the band performs at Hærverk, a scene these musicians have made their mark on the last five years.
HELENE RICHARD & RUNE LINDBÆK
Helene Richard is an eclectic DJ and record collector from Oslo. She has played most places in town; in recent years also at clubs and festivals abroad such as Camp Cosmic, Zone Disco Autonome and the Swedish Forest Festival. Rune Lindbæk is well known from Oslo's nightlife as a resident of the legendary Klubb Kebabb (Headon) and Undertonar (Nomaden). In addition, he has had DJ assignments in 29 countries (from Tromsø to Ibiza and from New York to Moscow). He has also released music together with Idjut Boys, Lindstrøm, Röyksopp and Bjørn Torske.
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Sat, November 6, 2021 7:00 PM – 11:59 PM
AySay / Reolô / Helene Rickard and Rune Lindbæk
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