First artist announcement
September 26 2019
Rising pop youngsters, goofy hip hop and underground electronica
In our first artist launch for the 23rd edition of by:Larm, we proudly present a slice of aspiring Norwegian youngsters in both goofy hip hop, playful pop and underground electronica.
We bring you an enticing first taste of this year’s artist program with the following:
B-BOY MYHRE: Cezinando’s right-hand man on stage takes off on a route of his own, and you’re in for a treat of playful goofiness! The soft banger “Harley” has already passed over half a million Spotify streams, and the music video’s already a cult hit.
KAMARA: Kamara also started out as a backing vocalist, in her case for the Bergen queen of flow Myra, but the 21 year old singer is now claiming her own space through a palette of soul, R&B, hip hop and pop. A blast of joie de vivre, so to say, with lyrics exploring self-esteem and identity in Norwegian society anno today.
MUSTI: Partly raised in London, partly in Oslo’s multicultural hub of Tøyen, and armed with a lifelong passion for storytelling, we bring you Musti. Über-confident bars that’s brought the 18 year old invitations to literature panels, and powerhouse beats that’s already made crowds go bonkers, all without a single released song.
KAPTEINEN: A 20 year old kid from western Norway with a background in both indie bands and marching bands creating hip hop beats in his room all by himself? And already having Julie Bergan and Nora Collective both lose their minds over the greatness of his simple and sincere style? We’re sold. Listen to “Mr. Fantastique” and he’ll have you in on the fun too.
DAHIR: This Oslo-based Mogadishu native is the best new DJ in Oslo, period. Though nothing’s released yet, the talk of the town after each set this reclusive dude offers is panegyric. Techno colliding with noise, drum ‘n’ bass toying with gabber.
Delegate passes: More than 50% off!
Join us for 2020 as a delegate! A limited quantity of early bird tickets are available until October 3rd. We are offering over 70 conference sessions, priority access to 200 concerts and the prime hub for keeping up with the Nordic and international music industry. All this through three days in the music capital of Northern Europe, Oslo.
Limited Early Bird price: NOK 2250 (NOK 2 000 + VAT 250)
Only available up to October 3rd or until early bird passes are sold out.
Walk-up price: NOK 4750