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More acts announced for by:Larm

By Erlend Buflaten Posted: 22. Jan, 2015

Frøder is set to play by:Larm in March

by:Larm’s lineup keeps growing as nine new acts were announced Thursday.

With less than six week’s to go, by:Larm continues to add nine more acts to its already impressive lineup. Today the festival announced nine new Nordic acts, whereas four Norwegian acts.

These were announced Thursday:

  • Beachheads
  • Finding Muzyamba
  • Frøder
  • Møster
  • AV AV AV (DK)
  • Billie Roxanne (SE)
  • Fura (ICE)
  • Oracle North (SE)
  • Sekuoia (DK)

Beachheads
Formed in 2013, the band’s main influences are the punk and power pop bands of the 80’s and early 90’s. The first single, “Get Away”, mixed by Larry Crane at Jackpot Studios in Portland, will be released in March 2015. Their debut album is set for release in March this year.

Finding Muzyamba
Finding Muzyamba released his first official recording in June of 2013, an album titled “The Experience” and recieved critical acclaim. The album was crafted by himself, CRONIKL and PVCIFY. Muzyamba is working towards a 2015 release for his second album.

Finding Muzyamba

Frøder
“At the age of 21, Frøder is hands down one of the biggest natural talents in Norway”. The words belong to Spotify, when they picked Frøder as one of Spotify’s Spotlight Artists for 2015.  Frøder started her career writing several songs that would go platinum. After attending several prestigious songwriting camps, her songs received international attention without having released any music by herself. She has captivated listeners with her strong, distinctive voice and unique songwriting.

Møster
Møster! is the emerging Norwegian saxophone star Kjetil Møster’s group, consisting of a beautiful bouquet of musicians: Motorpsycho’s guitar legend Hans Magnus ‘Snah’ Ryan, bassist Nikolai Eilertsen of Elephant9 and BigBang, and on drums Kenneth Kapstad, also of Motorpsycho and numerous metal and hard rock groups.Expect long, groove-driven build-up’s, intensified with colorful psychedelic improvisational elements, taken to an unknown rhythmic and energetic level.

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