An evening and beyond of live music, cocktails and sweat - because it’s healthy to forget yourself every once in a while. There’s no tickets, just open doors.
21:00, Woodwork Stage
Longtime Copenhagen DJ-favourite Mads Bjerregaard blends the spirituality and otherworldliness of jazz and soul with the energy and groove of disco and house. The selection ends up on the fringes of the dancefloor - suitable for explorers and curious souls.
He’ll be serving soulful tunes from beyond, between concerts all evening.
Morph Apartment Party
Josiah Konder reaches for the utmost in storytelling - with aesthetic resemblance to the drama of Jacques Brel and the tragedy of Beckett, they maintain full eye contact throughout the rise and fall of dynamic and sensational intensity.
‘Their Debut album Songs for the Stunned delivers 11 songs, with each adding to a narrative inebriated with laughs, cries and a lingering spirit.
Selma Judith is a singer, songwriter and harpist melding creamy vocals with saturated synth to produce some intimate and powerful listening. She has played across Denmark and abroad alongside the likes of MØ, Vera and The National, with her floating sound and affecting lyrics settling somewhere just beneath the skin.
The world of Simon Littauer is one of knobs, wires and blinking diode circuits. It’s a world of improvisation, layered synthesizer and handmade electronic music. He composes and plays every sound live on a modular synthesizer - which means no backing tracks, no pre-recordings, just pure live production and improvisation. It’s going to be a party.