Kai Campos: Mount Kimbie (Warp) | g-HA & Olanskii | Øyvind Morken
Mount Kimbie’s Kai Campos sets a new trajectory towards the outer reaches of electronica with his live hybrid set. He brings hot to Jaeger and Frædag for as he makes his debut on the international circuit. Following the success of his main project, Kai turns his attention to the archetypal machine music for the dance floor as a DJ. Frædag and g-HA & Olanskii continue to keep their finger on the pulse and facilitate another new addition to the growing House and Techno scene for this one.
Diskon: Kai Campos + g-HA & Olanskii
cc: 150kr / 200kr / free before 22:00
Kai Campos made his name as one half of Mount Kimbie alongside Dominic Maker, and as that project reached stratospheric areas of hype, Kai moved into other realms. In 2018 Campos curated a techno-driven DJ-Kicks mix following which he has been seen DJing consistently, including headlining sets at Printworks & Fabric and a b2b tour with Actress. Campos further collaborated on Actress’ first Ninja Tune release in two years with 2022’s ‘AZD Surf’. Clash Magazine said the song ‘presents warped electronics, the distorted colours merging into one remarkable whole.
g-HA & Olanskii
Two pivotal bodies in the sphere of Norwegian electronic music, g-HA & Olanskii are an event, a club, a DJ duo, and a musical authority for Norway. Individually adept as DJ, selectors and tastemaker, Ola “Olanskii” Smith-Simonsen and Geir “g-HA” Holger’s musical voices unified for Sunkissed, an events series that has become the backbone of Oslo’s electronic music scene and beyond.
Oslo`s Øyvind Morken (pronounced Oy-vind) has a unique ability to play everything from A to Z of what genres concern. Working the dance floor in the most unexpected ways. For the last nine years he has held down a residency at Jaeger. Eight of them weekly under the Untzdag banner, a wordplay for Onsdag, Norwegian for Wednesday. It became an institution in Oslo. Drawing in a crowd of open-minded party freaks for nights of wild abandon, and where musical diversity and self-expression was encouraged.