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.

Sunday the 19th of December 2004 / kl 20:00 / GRATIS entre
Kevin Blechdom (us) + Heidi Mortenson (dk)
Electronica udgivet p Chicks on Speed Records og i familie med s herlige navne som Dat Politics, Le Tigre og andre lkkerier...

Nogle kender mske Kristin Ericksson fra hendes tidligere projekt sammen med Blevin Blectum, kaldet Blectum from Blechdom, hvor hun spillede intelligent og legende electronica! Nu er Kevin Blechdom solo... og hun spiller stadig electronica, og af den meget finurlige og legende slags.

Blechdom har et fantastisk liveshow, hvor hun ofte ifrt princessekjole, laptop og banjo fremfrer electronica/ electro clash af hj kaliber. Dertil kommer hendes famse fortolkninger af klassiske pop hits som "I will always love you" og "Private dancer"....gld dig!!!

Med sig har hun danske Heidi Mortenson, der ligeledes spiller eksperimenterende electronica.

was born and grew up in Esbjerg, Denmark where she practiced the accordion and listened to the metallic sounds of her dad fixing cars in the garage and her mum playing the organ. After graduation she moved to Copenhagen to study modern dance & choreography. She also played the acoustic guitar and piano, but was then presented to electronic music, which inspired her to move to Barcelona.

Here she started an intense self study on machines and became an integrated part of the electronic underground scene. She developed in a new sonic universe and started playing concerts around the city together with other electronic musicians and visual-artists. Thus she began experimenting with recording herself singing inside a washing machine, rebuild a telephone receiver into a microphone, hooking up with a walkie-talkie system and more Due to other inspiration she stared to listen to jazz, soul, gospel and folk, and commenced writing songs from the guitar. And for a year she led a futuristic alternative folk band.

Mortenson is now a One-Woman-Band playing concerts which widely offers anything from dirty beats to rock and reversed singing. As well as twisted breaks and monster bass lines, crunchy rhythms and sound-patches, add up with a mentalist flavor and a full powered voice. Live on stage she take use of machines, effect-units, instruments, computer and special-built microphones.

Mortenson was the selected Resident Artist 2002-2003, at the annual experimental LEM Festival in Gracia, Barcelona. And thereafter went on a European tour with visual constructor Mia Makela a.k.a. SOLU from Finland, with whom she later performed the Opening Act of The Transmediale Festival 2004 in Berlin.

The past year has been very progressive playing concerts with Kevin Blechdom and unfolding new ideas. And after 7 years in Barcelona, Mortenson has taken the next step and moved up to Berlin where she is making new tunes, working with together with other musicians and testing her gear in new venues.

Heidi Mortenson has just finished her upcoming debut 10 EP which will be out in the shops in March 05 on her own independant record label Wired Stuff.