BEVAR 1000FRYD! (ENGLISH BELOW)

Vi har fået påbud fra kommunen om, at vi ikke længere må spille højt til koncerter - i praksis vil vi ikke længere kunne spille livemusik, hvilket er grundlaget for vores driftstøtte og eksistens.

Nabobygningen er opført med utilstrækkelig lydisolering, og under byggeriet advarede vi om, at det kunne føre til problemer, og det er nu gået i opfyldelse.

Vi har en underskriftskampagne her - https://www.skrivunder.net/bevar_1000fryd


SAVE 1000FRYD!

We have received a request from the municipality, stating that we can no longer play loud music at concerts - this means in practice that we can no longer play livemusic, which is the bedrock of our existence.

The neighboring apartments have bad sound isolation, which is something we warned about, when they constructed it.

There is a signature campaign here - https://www.skrivunder.net/bevar_1000fryd

Moments

Throughout the past 40 years, many people have had personal and shared experiences at 1000fryd!

We want to save 1000fryd, because it is full of history and it contributes greatly to the cultural life in Aalborg.

Monday the 16th of June 2003 / kl 18:00 / GRATIS entre
Trumans Water(US) + Epikurs Euforie(N) + Im Being Good(UK)
Spasm Smash XXXOXOX OX and Ass! Trumans Water gster endnu engang 1000fryds lumre lokaler. Portland bandet har i over ti r vret bannerfrere for den skve og kaotiske lo-fi rock, der gjorde f.eks. Pavement til et af de store navne p de amerikanske og engelske indie charts. Hos Trumans Water har man dog interesseret sig mere for free jazz og bands som MX80 og Captain Beefheart end Beatles og Lou Reed. Trumans Water er eksperimenterende + uprtentist og numrene truer flere gange med at falde helt fra hinanden i dekonstrueret, spastisk kdhed! Lyder det, som noget du vil g glip af? Nej, vel? S kom forbi Kattesundet og stt op om noget autentisk "indie".

Epikurs Euforie presenterer: Kong knud tager magten tilbage Med Trumans Water (US) & Im Being Good (UK) Gruppen Epikurs Euforie setter opp sin forestilling "Kong Knud" p diverse scener rundt om i Danmark. Forestillingen er en filmatisk-musikalsk opplevelse, med stumfilm, filmusikk og live fremfrelse, av Kong Knuds leven og laden. Alle sangene er spesialkomponerte til Kong Knud, og brer preg av epeus seregne lyd og fremfrelse. Kong knud flger med p film, men dukker opp ogs p fremfrelsen for at lede de musikalske kngte til magten i Danmark. Kong Knud er en glemt royalitet, som ved en feiltagelse havnet i Norge. Der har han vokst seg stor og sterk, og sammen med sin kngt reiser han tilbage til Moderlandet, for at ta tilbage sin rettmessige trone. Gruppen har i de scenere r spesialiseret seg p blande film og livemusikk sammen til en opplevelse. Med epeu blir det audiovisuelle blandet med billeder og musikernes samspill med lyden p filmen. Filmene har blidt vist p oslos strste scener, hvor gruppen har opptrdt sammen bands som The Ruins fra japan og Trumans Water fra USA. Epikurs Euforie har gjestet danmark ved flere tidligere annledninger og har opparbeidet seg en trofast , dog lokal, fanskare, Jylland, og stlandsomrdet i norge har i flere r hatt et fruktbart samarbeid. Historikk: Epikurs euforie, eller epeu har arbeidet sammen i mange r og utgitt plater p de Norske labels Smalltown supersound og Etch Wear. Tilsammen 6 utgivelser. Alle har blitt godt motatt i presse, svel som undergrunnspressen. Epeus besetning har alltid variert og rotert, vilket har resultert i et mylder av forskjellig stilarter og kunstneriske innfaldsvinkler. Utgivelsene har variert fra ren outrock, til samplede lydcollager. Epeu flger ingen spesifikk sti, men en trd av deres lyd flger alltid med.

Im Being Good:

Im Being Good at the Spitz, London01/06/02 Bands like Brightons Im Being Good are the very reason that guitar tunings can be changed. A three-piece with a couple of cleverly modified guitar-cum-basses, IBG play math rock for people who cant count; odd timings, random stops and dynamic whisper-shouting is order of the evening at a gloriously art-wank BigSmoke night. Guitarist Jussi Brightmore comes across as Jamiroquai possessed by the soul of Krist Novoselic, leaping around and pulling fluid, effortless Rock poses. Mind you, Jay Kay says he doesnt like to buy records, while these guys have clearly got a pretty wide collection. Theres probably quite a lot of Sebadoh in it; frontman Andrew Clare, himself a spit of Lou Barlow, may have even swallowed one of their earlier rekkids. Indeed, long-jumper-music is so integral to their sound that drummer David Ewan Campbell even uses one to play his snare at one point. But whereas music this Lo-fi is usually such a mess because the band cant be arsed with an inconvenience like learning to play their instruments, IBG are all exceptional musicians. Complex guitar/bass combo riffs tear the venue apart while Clare swings from quiet introspection to terrifying screams. As the set draws to a close Campbell wanders around his kit, carefully lying pieces on the floor and banging out a quick rhythm before moving onto the next bit. Actually, the sight of the dismantled kit is the first indication in the whole set that a song is ending, what with all those delicious false stops. Its music to make you think, sure, but its also music to make you wanna dance about a bit and go grrr. Being good has never felt so, um, good.

"...we were young at the time, so we stuck with it until it was time for us to play at about midnight, to about 3 people, who, all credit to them, did manage to roll in broken glass at the front of the stage throughout our set. So there was, like 3 or 4 people rolling in glass, some guy in a leather jacket holding a beer maybe about 20 feet back from the stage to the right,, and a couple of Japanese girls dancing somehwere in the middle of the room. It was kinda fun, and we had this huge stage to run around on, so we didn't mind too much. I don't think the venue were too impressed, i guess they were expecting a couple of thousand people or something, which was kinda embarrasing."

"..I'm not sure who decided we'd be an approriate band to round off this particular event, but we did it anyway. The galley was a large space with a floor to ceiling windows along one side, so the acoustic was evil, we sounded nasty. People left, like, about half the room left during the first song. Jack Sargeant guested for one song with a paper bag over his head, screaming about the dream he'd had the night before. No one there really seemed to enjoy our set except for a couple of Japanese girls were dancing. Simon was ill, but played anyway."