FRIM på Fylkingen #11

17 Jan 2019 - 19:30

Välkommen till FRIM på FYLKINGEN #11! Säsongens första konsert!!!!

Denna gång bjuds det på två underbara duos. Den ena är violin-duon med Lina Lapelyte och Angharad Davies. Den andra är trum- och saxofon duon med Signe Emmeluth och Kresten Osgood.

Dörrarna öppnas 19.30.
Endast kortbetalning


Signe Emmeluth (DK) - Alto Saxophone
Kresten Osgood (DK) - Drums

The duo is reaching as far into the spontaneous, abstract and intuitive. playing completely improvised music.

Signe Emmeluth is one of the most original sounding altosaxplayers coming up on the scandinavian scene today. She is danish but has been working out of Oslo for some years now. She leads several great bands and has been collaborating with such artists as John Edwards, Pascal Niggenkemper and Paal Nilsson Love. Kresten Osgood is a fixture of the Copenhagen scene and has collaborated with Paul Bley, Yusef Lateef, Oliver Lake, Masabumi Kikuchi and many more. He is a deeply personal player and has been releasing a string of great albums over the past 20 years.

Apart from working together as a duo Kresten and Signe also collaborate in the quartet KONGE with fellow musicians Ole Morten Vågan and Mats Gustafson.

Lina Lapelyte (LT) - Violin and Electronics
Angharad Davies (UK) - Violin

Lina Lapelyte is an artist, composer, musician and performer. She says of her practice, ‘it can be placed ‘in-between’; in-between classical and experimental, music and fine art, composing and improvising.’ Initially trained as a classical violinist in Lithuania Lina showed an interest in experimental music from early on. Through her work she has also been questioning the importance of musical training.

Angharad Davies is a Welsh violinist working with free-improvisation, compositions and performance. Her approach to sound involves attentive listening and exploring beyond the sonic confines of her instrument, her classical training and performance expectation.

Samproduktion med FRIM

Aina Myrstener och OLÅT - Eva, Ida, Slim & Thomas

18 Jan 2019 - 19:30

Happy Fridays Fylkingen Bar, oväntade kombos och feelgood med konstmusik, ljudkonst och elektroniskt.

On stage: Aina Myrstener cello/elektronika och OLÅT - Eva Lindal violin tillsammans med Ida Lundén, Thomas Bjelkeborn och Viktor Zeidner på diverse elektroniskt.

Aina Myrstener är musiker och producent, som främst komponerar experimentell musik för cello, för att sedan omarbeta musiken och processa den till oigenkännlighet. Under många år har hon också gjort techno, elektronisk musik och musik för film och teater. Musikerna i OLÅT är välkända innovatörer som tillsammans skapar eftertänksamma klangeskapader i innerliga landskap.

Entré: 100kr (80 kr student) endast kort betalning, ej kontanter i dörr och bar. I baren: bra musik för trevligt fredagshäng.

Fridays PUSH i samarbete med skivbolaget Lamour records och Sound Quartet.

Medlemsproduktion: Viktor Zeidner

Fylkingen presents: ÅKE HODELL new edition release

19 Jan 2019 - 19:30

Fylkingen presents an evening celebrating the new edition of Åke Hodell's Verbal Brainwash & Other Works with quad versions of a number of pieces, an installation of 220V Buddha and a live performance by Maria W Horn.

Entré 100 SEK / 80 SEK members


Hodell used his compositions to voice political dissent; his work, though congruent with electroacoustic and avant-garde movements, is most closely associated with the ethics and aesthetics of the Fluxus movement.

Hodell was trained as a fighter pilot, but after a crash in 1941 spent several years in the hospital, which catalyzed an antimilitarist ethos and shaped his artistic direction. In his first text, Flyende Pilot (1953) and subsequent books, Hodell explored what he termed “elektronismer”, or “text-sound composition”, which collages field recordings and the narrative human voice in a similar way to radio drama or musique concrète. Many of his text-sound compositions, produced in collaboration with the Swedish Broadcasting commission, had strong political content. “Mr. Smith in Rhodesia" from 1969 protested the racist government led by Prime Minister Ian Smith, and "Where Is Eldridge Cleaver?" questioned the disappearance of the Black Panther and leading ideologist of the black freedom movement believed to have been assassinated under Reagan. “Mr Smith in Rhodesia” was for a long time banned from radio broadcast in Sweden after vigorous protest from the British tabloids.

Hodell also created and headed publishing house Kerberos Förlag (named after the Hellhound in Greek mythology and also the title/subject of one of the pieces included in the Verbal Brainwash collection). Kerberos published books by Öyvind Fahlström, CC Hennix, and Hodell himself, as well as Swedish translations of Vladimir Majakovskij and Arthur Cravan.

A new edition of Hodell's 'Verbal Brainwash & Other Works' 3CD boxset collection will be available in January 2019 in what would have been his 100th birthday year.


Maria w Horn is a composer hailing from the north of Sweden, based in Stockholm since 2011. Maria w Horn is interested in the manipulation of time and space through sonic extremes - oscillating between minimalist structures and piercing power electronics utilizing both digital and analog synthesis as well as acoustic instruments and audiovisual components.

Her work examines aspects of human perception - how audiovisuality and overload/loss of perceptual stimuli can conspire to transcend everyday life and invoke alternate mental states. She is a part of Sthlm Drone Society – an association working to promote slow and gradually evolving timbral music, and co-operates the label XKatedral.