23:d of April at Kontext Norragrängesbergsg. 19 at 8pm

The last Cafe Montag for the season equals GRAND FINALE!

(we will be back in late oktober)

day: Monday 23th of april

time: 8pm

place: Kontext, Norragrängesbergsgatan 19

On stage:

Kathrine Brucker - talks about BONGODOX - a video documentary project in Tanzania. A group of young people from a local NGO have received basic video training and are now using film to raise awareness and urge citizens to give their views on HIV/AIDS and environmental problems."


GNU - Awsome young rookie-band "popkollo-represent!" (girlsrockcamp)

Funked Up - Young band explodes in a passionate grand mixture of styles and sounds. Pretty funked up that is.


Orlando Jimmy Åkesson Bohm - Fantastic anarcho-queer gamegeek poet

Birds on Clouds - At last the full content of the sevenpeopleband - gives mellow pop.

Ida Eriksson - graduationconsert of the no.1 Nyckelharpa virtuoso, and band.

Bring your instruments and make your own toilettsession with your friends!

Be a part of the "toalettsessions" internet-movement! Filmed by the original toalettsessionfilmer - Johan Nilsson



The one-of-a-kind audioinstallation/ coffeebar invades the Kontext kitchen.

Contactmics on the espressomachine gives music and free coffee to the beloved Montag-audience!


with love/ team Montag

29th March 2010

We got so much positive feed back of both the performances and the audience this evening, thank you everyone! What happened was that Peter Nielsen did his premiere as a singer song writer very exclusively and successfully this Monday night. After that we got acquainted with the strange instrument hammer harp, or Dulcimer, played by Vera Renella, who will come back with her band The Offering Band soon. Then we got a performance by Sergio aka Guru Manioca for the second time at Café Montag, a powerful and precise one with dance, rhythm and flutes inspired by Brazilian indian music. Does a tree that falls in the forest when no one is there still make a sound? No one had time to think of that when the Fallen Trees started rocking and grooving like we never heard before, with banjo, mandolin, base, cajun drum and great voices. They said this was also a premiere but I wonder. Patrik Högberg's weekly was in honour of Christoph Lambert, who's birthday it was, and all the songs he played were from the movie The Highlander, and translated from Gaellic. Didn't know there even is a word for colostomy-bag in Gaellic. John Ax had come in from Stockholm to play a great gig together with his friend Mackan who played accoustic base. Those of you who where at Café Montag's first night at Kong know that John Ax plays the blues in a very delicate and unique way. We still had time to squeeze in Pelle and his guitar in the end, but we will see more of him on Monday... This night was hosted by Andreas who multitasked with sound and DJ -ing and Linnéa, who multitasked as everything else, as Fred and James had been relieved of their tasks this night, but will be back with new tricks on Monday...

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