A drum channeling a megalithic beat, intensified in the discreet loop of a modern sound system. A bullhorn of blissful bass calling its dancers to the hypnotic grooves of the selectors pulpit, the DJ booth. Epiphany is back at Jaeger, this time on the Frædag ticket as they bring their spirit expanding concept to the start to the weekend for this edition of their monthly event. g-HA & Olanskii invite the Epiphany consortium to takeover the basement with their guest Teklix. Øyvind Morken keeps the Frædag residents company int he sauna.
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g-HA & Olanskii
cc: 150kr / free before 22:00
This event is free for personal assistants with the display of a valid “ledsagerbevis”.
Hypnotic atmospheres, exotic melodies and energetic grooves infused with ethno & tribal elements. Teklix takes the audience on a mysterious journey through exotic soundscapes mixed with modern deep dance grooves. From Beunos Aires to Bangalore, Teklix’s music travels the furthest reaches of the planet.
Eiphany is a Oslo based, club concept and podcast series focused on mixing quality electronic music of various genres and cultures with the Universe itself to create a mystical and mythical experience manifested into a magical community of love and light beings. We are a crowd of “flower power” earthlings whose purpose is to create memorable events into dance ceremonies that evokes ethereal, tribal, blissful and groovy infused electronic music with a multitude of influences.
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.