19:00 – 22:00
Noisy Beehive Records presents:
Håkon Lervåg release + Bahima + Sound & Vision
Noisy Beehive together with Koncertkirken presents three unique bands from their record label.
A release concert by Norwegian/Danish tunesmith Håkon Lervåg, a mysterious sonic universe by Bahima and a hypnotizing debut audio/visual concert by Sound and Vision. We will sell arty postcards and merch in the event, made by our dear Istanbul-based artist Hilal Can.
A night full of mystery and wonder.
Håkon Lervåg: https://youtu.be/-R4-8PbO31c
Sound and Vision: https://soundandvision.bandcamp.com/track/tiny-se-orita
Tickets a 50 DKK on BILLETTO.
Bahima is a Copenhagen based band that plays adventurous and atmospheric music, which falls under the genre Roots & Hybrid with elements of oriental as well as western music cultures. Bahima welcomes you into a mysterious universe which consists of colourful Danish lyrics mixed with odd time signatures and oriental scales supported by the evocative, Indian tablas, the floating, fretless bass and the emotionally transporting cello.
The band consists of Barbara Mathiesen (vocals, guitar and piano), Gabriel Svastha (tablas), David Slusarski (bass) and Amalie Askjær Staunæs (cello).
Håkon Lervåg is a Norwegian/Danish tunesmith revered and respected by imaginary friends in his apartement, but recently he has been performing for a select few out in the real world. His dreamy atmospheric songs, a composite of sonically beautiful textures, have a filmic quality about them, as he explores the burdensome nature of relationships and bad lifestyle choices in eerie terms. His terms.
Against all odds, he has now managed to put some of these songs on an LP and play a release concert at Koncertkirken.
Confident and funny, but not too funny and kinda annoying, but in a lovable way, “Sound and Vision” is the musical project of Mexican/Colombian musician Pape “Juanito” Arce and a crew of lovable rogues that he manages to get in front of a microphone. A mixture of words and music, “Sound and Vision” is music about “the universal imperative to love, be loved, and thrive” And to be kind.
Always Kind. Presenting his debut audiovisual performance “Day is clear, Night is here….”, Pape (with the help of his dear friend musician Mikkel Isak Antilla ) will play a collection of original songs, covers and audio collages, inviting listeners on a walk through the smallest moments in our lives that feel the biggest.
Hilal Can is an Istanbul based visual artist, a founder and a curator of Studio TB34, a workshop where paintings, illustrations, collages, assemblages and ceramics are exhibited. The studio hosts art events dedicated to the independent producers in the vibrant Istanbul art scene. You can buy some of her work during this event.