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Jonas Meurer-Lunde, GRÓA & susan_creamcheese
22.desember 2022 @ 21:00 - 22:30
MENGI presents a special night of young upcoming artists from Norway and Iceland which also celebrates the connections that have been forming between the music scenes of these two countries.
Special concerts from Jonas Meurer-Lunde (Technogutt / DJ SPELL), GRÓA & Susan_creamcheese
Doors open at 8.30 PM
The concert starts at 9.00 PM
Admission is 3000 ISK
The debut of a new and one-off live set by Norwegian artist Jonas Meurer-Lunde.
Everything can be sampled, you might hear the sound of your entire future being crushed, but for Jonas (20) it’s the perfect hi-hat. Friends call his music “a little weird”, “unlike anything I’ve ever heard before” and “cool”, but only the true music connoisseur has the expertise to call his music “a little weird”, “unlike anything I’ve ever heard before” and “cool”. Jonas has produced music for many years making anything from techno to deconstructed club. His latest album “never stop go” is a must-listen for any serious fans of serious music.
Legendary local punk trio Gróa has been making waves in the scenes for the past couple of years and has also performed alongside Jonas recently in Norway. Gróa’s music makes your ass shake, hips wiggle, toes tingle, breasts bounce, and whole body grow an ounce. Growling and growing all together on this special crixtmas GRÓA show
susan_creamcheese is the solo project of Vilhjálmur Yngvi Hjálmarsson (korter í flog, glupsk). Vilhjálmur has been making electronic music under the name “susan_creamcheese” since 2018 and during these 4 years, the project has evolved a lot and gone to different places, never staying at one specific place for too long. It’s hard to put the music into one shelf but the music sounds a bit like if dance music would be diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), sometimes it takes concerta to deal with the AD/HD but sometimes it doesn’t, and allows the AD/HD to be there.
The concert is part of the PULS music series in MENGI which is funded by the Nordic Culture Fund.