Area Hele huset
Organizer Lørdagskomitéen
Lørdagskomitéen (LK)
Date 27. April
Time 20:00 - 02:00
Ticket 200,- / 250,-
Age limit 18 (student), 20 (non-student)


Elektrosamfundet celebrates the last opening day of the semester! Electronic music is honored in all the rooms, and behind the records are selected DJs from both Norway and abroad!

On Saturday, April 27, the whole house will be going wild! We have booked artists and DJs who will fill Samfundet's premises with fantastic electronic music! In Storsalen there will be concerts and DJ sets by Fredfades, Conducta (UK) and Prins Thomas! At the same time, Fig Tape, Human Space Machine (NL) and Might Be Twins will be performing at Knaus. In the rest of the venue, DJs will keep the party going!

The evening's program:

20:15 Fredfades
22:15 Conducta (UK)
00:15 Prince Thomas

21:00 Fig Tape
22:15 Human Space Machine (NL)
00:00 Might be Twins

  • More names to be announced!

//Conducta (UK)//
The producer behind AJ Tracey’s inescapable Ladbroke Grove, (now triple-platinum and recognised as the biggest-selling UK Garage record in history), Conducta is also head of the Kiwi Rekords label, where he has led the charge for the resurgence of UK Garage. Following a stream of groundbreaking mixes, releases and parties, the label was named DJ Mag’s Breakthrough Label for 2019, DJ Mag's Best Label award for 2020 and picked up Resident Advisor‘s Best Mix award with Kiwi Krush. Conducta went on to cover the prestigious DJ Mag, adding to his earlier support from the likes of Vice, Complex, FACT, The Guardian, GQ and more.

Fredfades extensive record collection habits, his production and DJ skills has made him a formidable force in Europe, with a legend preceding him wherever he goes, from the listening bars in Japan to serious underground club bunkers across Europe and Australia. His DJ sets includes everything from 7” Boogie rarities to undiscovered gems of ‘90s era House music. Conducting dance floors or old samplers and synthsizers, where delicate soulful touches counterpoint rigid mechanical rhythms, Fredfades is a versatile figure in both the studio and the DJ booth, where he’s serving funkified Disco and Soul or Eurocentric House and Techno. There aren’t many dance floors Fredfades isn’t able to accommodate.
Fredfades have over the last few years carved out a distinctive sound as a producer. An old soul in a precocious talent, Fredfades projects extend from soulful Hip Hop to breezy House music or even ambient with albums and collaborations that has brought his sounds to an international audience through Stones Throw, TIDAL, Boiler Room, Jakarta Records and his own Mutual Intentions records.
Fredfades previously had residency at the world renown Jaeger Club in Oslo, as well as been playing loads of clubs and hi-fi bars around Europe, had tours in both Australia and Japan. He did the first Norwegian Boiler Room, and also did another Boiler Room in Oslo at a later point.

//Prins Thomas//
The spirit of a DJ bio is boring, self-centered, and egotistical. Prins Thomas knows that all too well and fears the result: someone who makes him sound like the best DJ in the world…although most people would love such a comment on their skills.
It has to be the very laid-back nature of his residence Oslo that makes him overmodest. Except for his peers Hans-Peter Lindstrom (Feedelity Records) and Todd Terje who he works and records with and some of the city’s legendary characters like the idiosyncratic Rune Lindbæk or the mysterious DJ Strangefruit, that place is nowhere as busy, hectic and all-important as some of Europe’s club capitals like to portray themselves. When it comes to the musical output, Prins and his royal household leads di way though, as dub poets might say. Together with Hans-Peter Lindstrom, Thomas created the climax of the on-going fascination with retro futurism and their self-titled debut album for the Belgian Eskimo Label.
As you can see Prins Thomas has all the right ingredients one could look for in a DJ: great skills, humbleness, productions and remixes other people would kill for and most of all, the ability to play records in a way that makes them not only sound good and expedient, but also makes punters dance. And have we mentioned his beard, yet? There you go: the best DJ in the world!

//Fig Tape//
Norwegian artist Fig Tape has rapidly gained fans in Scandinavia, UK and Germany with his strong debut. The attention surrounding him has already earned him a booking deal with Scandinavian All Things Live and a world wide publishing deal with Warner Chappell.
Drawing inspiration from his three-year residence in Berlin, he mixes elements of bedroom pop and club music, with up-tempo rhythms and experimental textures and synth-based riffs. His latest releases “Boundaries” and “You Might” have both gained attention and radio play from Norway's biggest radio channel P3.
Having upcoming shows such as supporting Norwegian pop star Sigrid and already played a sold out Parkteatret in Oslo, showcased himself at Sweden's “Live at Heart” and a sold out Ideal Bar at VEGA in Copenhagen, he continues to do what he loves independently - sharing music from a stage with no one but himself and his equipment.

//Human Space Machine (NL)//
Human Space Machine a.k.a Mike Jungerius is a Dutch producer/DJ with an
obsession for trippy and psychedelic music. With (break)dancing being his first creative outlet, he soon began to convert his inspiration into making music and discovering different directions in the electronic music realm.
HSM explores the rich territories between techno, house and experimental electronic music by using otherworldly textures and mesmerizing rhythms. To create a place in which the listener is invited to participate in an enrapturing journey through different layers of sound. His DJ-sets have touched ground in clubs and parties such as De School (Amsterdam), Tresor (Berlin), Dachstock (Bern), Breakfast Club (Amsterdam) and Into The Woods.

//Might Be Twins//
Might Be Twins is a force to be reckoned with in the electronic music scene. With an insatiable love for energy drinks and a deep affection for cats, these energetic artists captivate listeners with their explosive fusion of industrial, trance, and forward-thinking techno. Their electrifying sound has earned them releases on renowned labels like Dusk Records, Dancefloor Impact Label and Brvtalist S.R, solidifying their position as a rising powerhouse in the scene.
As they continue to blur boundaries and ignite dance floors, the burning question remains: Are they really twins?

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