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
place: Kontext, Norragrängesbergsgatan 19
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
10th January 2011 - Season Premiere
Dj for the night was Albin Johansson, and he played an important role creating the mood we mentioned above.
First up on stage was the technical freak and great soundscaper James Brewster, who created dreamy, intricate sounds, beginning with recorded steps in the snow.
Then Deborah Dinauta entered. A singer and songwriter originally from Italy, performing two of her songs. This was the first time ever she played guitar on stage. Promising.
The Balladeer il Absurdo, Patrik Högberg made us all laugh and think with his rough and well-carpented songs, with titles such as Oidipus 2000.
After a short break we were back with a poetry performance by Sussanne Olvéus. About light syrup and white snow a sun rising and steps sticking.
Blues man Albin Roslund followed. With great guitar picking and deep blue vocals. He ended his set with a chearful sing-a-long about a duck.
Next up was an experimental artist from Iceland named Örn. He started singing. Then he started again. And again. Not coming further than the first word. After 20 minutes and a lot of laughing from the audience he had come to the third word, creating the sentence ”I… want… to…”. Just as the atmosphere was getting a bit too tensed, he finished his performance.
After that a brave young man seized the opportunity and jumped on to the open stage, or carpet if you prefer. Matti Nilsson tied the night together with two new songs of his. Thin-skinned and exquisite with personal lyrics in Swedish and a distinguishing falsetto.