Accompanying the music are visuals by Annie Tådne, one of Sweden’s most active and hired visual artists. As a part of the MURK visual team, she has worked on club nights, alongside work for The Royal Dramatic Theatre in Stockholm, and Stockholm House of Culture & City Theatre.
LATE NIGHT Nordic Sounds
30 September 2017 | 10.15 pm – 00:15 am
Southbank Centre | Clore Ballroom
Dive into inspiring, cutting-edge electronica and visuals, in between traditional Nordic sound and future club music, featuring Gidge (Sweden) and TMRW (Sweden), with visuals by Annie Tådne (Sweden).
Gidge is a duo consisting of Jonatan Nilsson and Ludvig Stolterman from Umeå, a city in the north of Sweden. Jonatan and Ludvig met in school at the age of 16. They had a mutual interest for electronic music and after taking a Sound Production class, they started producing music. Twelve years later they have released their debut LP ”Autumn Bells”, EP “For Seoul”, short film “Lulin” and mini album “LNLNN”.
In circles on desolate highways, the mental geography of Västernorrland. Through the windows of an old Volvo, memories spread like garbage on every street corner. Those you held dear have left this place, convinced that life exists elsewhere, not here. TMRW started recording cassettes in the trunk of her Volvo 940, using drum machines and an old Polysix synthesiser. In 2015 she released her debut cassette on Ambitious Tapes.