Into the international feel

November 14 2019

Nine hotshots ready from the UK, USA, Russia and Canada

We’ve set our sights beyond the Nordic borders this time, rolling forth nine new music hotshots to the forefront of our festival. Super sounds ahead:

Beta Librae (US) Bailey Hoffman, known for her New York club concept Technofeminism, creates cosmic techno that’s caught the attention of both Pitchfork and Jon Hopkins.

CURL (UK) First and foremost a record label and collective, CURL has grown into one of the London underground’s most hyped band projects.

D. Tiffany (CA) All the way from Canada, Resident Advisor-favourite D. Tiffany comes to provide our dance floors with a spectre of electronic sounds.

Drug Store Romeos (UK) At last, a bona fide college band, founded over a memo on a student board. Sweet slowcore spiced with downtempo and old school jazz.

Fabiana Palladino (UK) Adventurous pop with nods to Kate Bush and Robyn, with star producer Jai Paul in on the fun.

Fenne Lily (UK) With over 100 million streams, Fenne Lily’s self-released indie folk is at the forefront of British music right now. Imagine a more direct Angel Olsen and Bon Iver.

Forest Drive West (UK) For nearly two decades, Forest Drive West has spent his free time creating atmospheric techno and jungle. Now he’s finally taking to the stage with a brand new live concept.

Perila (RU) An underground star in both her hometown St. Petersburg and her current residence Berlin, this is experimental ambient at its finest.

Porridge Radio (UK) Undoubtedly this year’s hot new indie band from the UK. Playful, direct and just-the-right-amount-of-artsy indie rock.


Save a fourth on the passes now, earn a fourth to reward yourself with in Oslo this February. Not too many of these, so we suggest a quick click right here:

Limited price: NOK 3 500 (NOK 3 000 + VAT 500)
Student price: NOK 2 000 (NOK 1 800 + VAT 200)
Walk-up price: NOK 4 750