SID Vol.2 Issue #13

Scandinavian Indie Digest Vol.2 Issue #13



Scandinavian Indie Digest      Thu Aug 17, 1995          Volume 2 : Issue 13

There are 25 messages totalling 1375 lines in this issue.

Topics of the day:

  1. Tickets for Lollipop (4)
  2. WWW address
  3. Bob Hund goes surfing
  4. Non-Scan-Indie: Crash Worship (4)
  5. Roskilde & Hultsfred (3)
  6. NON-SCAN: Stone Roses in Finland
  7. Popsicle "Histrionics" EP
  8. Tra"stockfestivalen
  9. Lollipop tip - thanks!
 10. Festivals In Sweden 1995 [950722]
 11. Swedish Indie Bands Gig Guide [950722]
 12. Non-Swedish Indie Bands Gig Guide [950722]
 13. Tra"stockfestivalen: det skvallras om...
 14. Kamikaze Festival
 15. Scan-Indie Net News
 16. The Bear Quartet Live
 17. Murat Ses (Automaton+Binfen)

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Date: Mon, 17 Jul 1995 17:34:03 +0300 (EET DST)
From: Joakim Schonert 
Subject: Tickets for Lollipop

Could someone outthere tell me how much the tickets for teh Lollipop 
festival in Stockholm cost. Me and my friends are coming from Finland and 
we would be very greatful for any information concerning festival.

Joakim Schonert.

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Date: Mon, 17 Jul 95 16:54:28 +0200
From: Marten.Sahlen@eua.ericsson.se (Marten Sahlen)
Subject: Re: Tickets for Lollipop

> From: Joakim Schonert 
>
> Could someone outthere tell me how much the tickets for teh Lollipop 
> festival in Stockholm cost. Me and my friends are coming from Finland and 
> we would be very greatful for any information concerning festival.

>From the alt.music.swedish-pop newsgroup:

Small Festival called Lollipop, Near Stockholm the 28-29'th of JULY...
Price (Both Days): 380 Swedish Crowns (55 US$ or L30)

Who will play?
Therapy?, Whale, Prodigy, Underworld, Brainpool, Kent,
Paul Weller and  MANY other..!

How 2 get there:
Trains (Pendeltag) from Stockholm Central (to Tullinge)..
Buses will be available that goes straight to the festival.

Info Line: +46(0)8-642 45 00

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Date: Mon, 17 Jul 1995 16:59:24 +0200
From: Erik S|derstr|m 
Subject: Re: Tickets for Lollipop

Tickets for the Stockholm Lollipop festival will be 250 SKr for 1 day
and 380 SKr for 2 days. Information about the festival is availlable
both on this list (the Festivals In Sweden 1995 list posted earlier
today) and on Lollipop's homepage at http://www.ot.se/ot/lollipop.html
and on Scandinavian Indie's homepage at http://sf.www.lysator.liu.se/
scan.html.

 //Erik

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Date: Mon, 17 Jul 1995 17:01:57 +0200
From: Erik S|derstr|m 
Subject: WWW address

I'd just like to say that the usual address for the Scandinavian Indie
home page isn't working too well. If you don't get through with the
usual address (http://www.lysator.liu.se/~chief/scan.html) then use
the alternative (http://sf.www.lysator.liu.se/~chief/scan.html).

Oops.. I now see that I forgot the ~chief part of the address in the
message before this one regarding Lolliipop tickets. Oh well, now you
know anyway. :)

 //Erik

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Date: Mon, 17 Jul 1995 19:45:22 +0200 (MET DST)
From: Ulf.Harnhammar@abc.se (Ulf Harnhammar)
Subject: Re: Tickets for Lollipop

Hi,
I just wanted to add to the discussion (confusion? ) by telling that
I'll get in for free at Lollipop Stockholm, 'cause I'll cover it for the
fanzine "Pop0ga", so if you're some kind of writer, it might not cost 380
Skr at all, afterall.

Signed: Ulf H.

E-mail   ->   ulf.harnhammar@abc.se, uhen92@tufvan.hv.se
Homepage ->   http://tufvan.hv.se/~uhen92/
My articles-> http://tufvan.hv.se/~uhen92/popoega.html

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Date: Mon, 17 Jul 1995 21:42:33 +0200
From: carl.bjorklund@mailbox.swipnet.se (Carl Bjorklund)
Subject: Bob Hund goes surfing

Hey!

There is a brand new BOB HUND HOMEPAGE! I've been working on it for weeks, 
and I'm quite happy with the result! Why don't you check it out?

    ----   http://tufvan.hv.se/~cbjebs92   -----

May you all win a something, someday, or something....

        Carl

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Date: Tue, 18 Jul 1995 01:40:54 -0400 (EDT)
From: Chris Forsberg 
Subject: Non-Scan-Indie: Crash Worship

On Mon, 17 Jul 1995, Marten Sahlen wrote:

> Biggest disappointments for me:
> 
> 1. That the US tribal/industrial band Crash Worship played without being
>    announced, so I missed them :(

Hej everyone, I'm Chris from the States (Baltimore, to be quite exact), 
and since you mentioned this Crash Worship, it reminded me that I saw 
this band, and actually ran sound for them about 4 years ago. They are 
from San Francisco (I think; at least I know it's somewhere in Northern 
California), and were passing thru Baltimore to play a show in this old 
abondoned brewery that had been converted into an underground "club" of 
sorts....my band played one night, and we also ran sound for some of the 
other bands playing there over a 2-week period (2 notable bands were 
Coffin Break and Norman Bates & the Showerheads). 

Crash Worhip....let me tell you about Crash Worship!! The people are 
deranged! They came in, and while warming up, the guitarist made the most 
horrifying, loud, evil sound I've EVER heard in my life. I'm not exactly 
sure what he was playing thru, but it was some sort of tube amp, but from 
a distance, it didn't even look like it was an amp meant for an instrument!
I'm telling you, this sound was *beyond* hellish.....screeching, 
distorted; I can't even put it in words. Let me just say that this guy's 
guitar tone (actually all he made was noise) made Helmet, Clutch, Cop 
shoot cop, Slayer, Pantera, whoever you want to name sound like as tame as
Judy Collins.

And the performance: well, it didn't last too long, as it was sorta 
overshadowed by some Crash Worship member who specialized in 
swinging around in a circle, a flaming auto hubcap (that's right, he lit a 
hubcap on fire!) from a rope. Then he lit firecrackers and basically 
threw them at the (very thin) audience. Sometime after that, the band was 
reprimanded and then they did an impromptu "protest" jam session on the 
floor in front of the stage which consisted of tribal drum patterns. Everyone 
stood around looking dumbfounded, waiting for the security to throw them 
out, which they eventually did. 

In spite of all this, I kinda liked them.

--
  forsberg@charm.net      Chris Forsberg

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Date: Tue, 18 Jul 1995 00:51:48 -0600
From: Morten Pedersen 
Subject: > Non-Scan-Indie: Crash Worship

Chris Forsberg writes:

 > On Mon, 17 Jul 1995, Marten Sahlen wrote:
 > 
 > > Biggest disappointments for me:
 > > 
 > > 1. That the US tribal/industrial band Crash Worship played without being
 > >    announced, so I missed them :(
 > 
 > Hej everyone, I'm Chris from the States (Baltimore, to be quite exact), 
 > and since you mentioned this Crash Worship, it reminded me that I saw 
 > this band, and actually ran sound for them about 4 years ago. They are 
 > from San Francisco (I think; at least I know it's somewhere in Northern 
 > California }

Thought they was from Texas... Mhhh maybe I have I wasted memory.
Missed them whem they played here in denver in late April, though Tribal
industrial seems quite appealing to me. Brings "Les Tambours des
Bronx" and their shows on Roskilde in '92 on my mind. But how should I
know since I havent heard Crash Worship... *-)

-Morten

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Date: Tue, 18 Jul 95 09:26:07 +0200
From: Marten.Sahlen@eua.ericsson.se (Marten Sahlen)
Subject: Re: > Non-Scan-Indie: Crash Worship

From: Morten Pedersen 
> Chris Forsberg writes:
>  > On Mon, 17 Jul 1995, Marten Sahlen wrote:
>
>  > Hej everyone, I'm Chris from the States (Baltimore, to be quite exact), 
>  > and since you mentioned this Crash Worship, it reminded me that I saw 
>  > this band, and actually ran sound for them about 4 years ago. They are 
>  > from San Francisco (I think; at least I know it's somewhere in Northern 
>  > California }
> 
> Thought they was from Texas... Mhhh maybe I have I wasted memory.
> Missed them whem they played here in denver in late April, though Tribal
> industrial seems quite appealing to me. Brings "Les Tambours des
> Bronx" and their shows on Roskilde in '92 on my mind. But how should I
> know since I havent heard Crash Worship... *-)

Nope, they are from California, but LA I think.

I've seen Les Tambours and I own three albums with Crash Worship, and
believe me... CW blows the frenchmen away any day of the week. 

Hypnotic tribal drum patterns, screeching metallic noise, fire works,
naked people, wine... all this and more you'll get at their gigs...
Grrrrr, now I'm *really* pissed that I missed them at their first (and
perhaps only) European tour.

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Date: Tue, 18 Jul 1995 03:51:55 -0400 (EDT)
From: Chris Forsberg 
Subject: Re: > Non-Scan-Indie: Crash Worship

On Tue, 18 Jul 1995, Marten Sahlen wrote:

> Nope, they are from California, but LA I think.
> 
> I've seen Les Tambours and I own three albums with Crash Worship, and
> believe me... CW blows the frenchmen away any day of the week. 
> 
> Hypnotic tribal drum patterns, screeching metallic noise, fire works,
> naked people, wine... all this and more you'll get at their gigs...
> Grrrrr, now I'm *really* pissed that I missed them at their first (and
> perhaps only) European tour.

If others are into this tribal sorta sound (but minus the industrial 
aspect), I might suggest a couple of Baltimore bands: Monkeyspank, and 
All Mighty Senators. Monkeyspank had 3 drummers, 2 bass players, and a 
singer/guitarist and played crunch/funk with INTENSE tribal patterns, 
like a more underground, more rhythmic, and scarier Jane's Addiction. 
Live, their power equalled Godflesh (so a Dutch friend of mine who was 
visiting, and saw them with me, said). All Mighty Senators plays a kinda 
psychedelic funk with often a drummer and another percussionist, very 
very rhythmic and tribal. Their live shows often have dancing 10" high 
stick puppets, slide shows, gogo dancers, totally out-there costumes, and 
on occasion, fire-breathing. Incredibly visual band just taking it out to 
the edge. If yr ever in Baltimore, check out AMS (Monkeyspank, alas, is 
mo more, but has stuff out). Anyway, when I saw the Crash Worship "show" 
I spoke of earlier, I just remember thinking how AMS and Monkeyspank both 
did the tribal thing better.

--
  forsberg@charm.net      Chris Forsberg

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Date: Tue, 18 Jul 1995 11:35:41 +0200
From: chief@lysator.liu.se
Subject: Re: Roskilde & Hultsfred

Martin Eksten  wrote on the 17th of July 1995:

> Then I "of course" have to tell you my favourites:
> 
> 1. Silverchair
> 2. Gene
> 3. Michael Wiehe
> 4. Veruca Salt
> 5. Blur
> 6. Whale

I have to agree on Silverchair and Veruca Salt. Silverchair was the
biggest surprise for me, though my friends had heared about them
before. What a voice, and only seventeen! I was stunned. Veruca Salt -
well, I expected something special and I got it. :) They're unable to
do a bad performance. Ok, my favourites then:

1. The Cure - wet, sandy and sweaty on the first row next to the stage
              I really could have cried. Yeah.
2. Velvet Belly - Wow! If you're going to Hultsfred, _do not_ miss them!
                  I was gone and there at the same time. They really
                  made me feel like I had walked into a Slowdive gig.
3. Suede - I know, I know. But it was a fantastic concert. I can't help
           it, Brett's voice is a wonder beyond belief.
4. Dizzy Miss Lizzy - Big surprise! Never heard them before (!). Made
                      the festival-start-feeling tingle in my head.
5. Downset - The toughest concert I've been to. A friend of mine walked
             out of there with two blue eyes. The pit was a living
             nightmare. :)
6. Ice-T & Body Count - Tough, hard and full of moral talk between
                        the music, how good we here in Europe live.
                        Yeah, ok. The pit was pretty tough. One of
                        my friends stayed in it for 10 seconds and
                        then left.

I can go on, but I think I'll stop there.             

Biggest disappointments:

1. Biohazard stoned or drunk, failing to do a worthwile gig.
2. Whale. They're a lot more fun on a smaller venue/stage. This was
   way too big. Schyffert made a fool of himself shouting "Stockholm".
3. Cranberries. What were the organizers thinking of?! The GREEN stage?
   They needed the ORANGE one! Also the bad schedule having Cranberries,
   Oasis, Veruca Salt and whatnot at almost the same time with the
   longest distance between the stages (if you wanted to see all three).


Marten.Sahlen@eua.ericsson.se (Marten Sahlen) wrote:

> See ya in Hultsfred?! (now that they've gotten Posies, Sleeper, and Slayer
> I'm considering to go).

Of course! Velvet Belly, Pantera, Mouth, Cinnamon, Cardigans, Ash, Black
           Grape, Dizzy Miss Lizzy, Honey Is Cool, Sindy Kills Me,
           Shredhead, Souls and Tiamat (so far) will almost make it worth
           the money. :) Now all we need is The Charlatans, Stone Roses,
           Cranes, Catherine Wheel, Verve and Poster Children and I'll
           KILL to go there. :)

 //Erik

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Date: Tue, 18 Jul 1995 13:46:53 +0300 (EET DST)
From: trkisa@uta.fi (Kimmo Saaskilahti)
Subject: NON-SCAN: Stone Roses in Finland

Hello there!

I just bought a ticket for the Stone Roses gig in Tampere, taking
place on July 31st at the larger venue of the Tullikamari club. The
price was not bad, 95 Fmk.

Does anyone have any idea if there will be a support band?

In addition to this, I think they are playing two gigs at Tavastia
club in Helsinki - the night before Tampere, and then again the night
after the gig here.

So, all you Roses fanatics out there should start getting the plane
tickets now! :-)

Kimmo
trkisa@uta.fi

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Date: Tue, 18 Jul 1995 13:50:42 +0300 (EET DST)
From: trkisa@uta.fi (Kimmo Saaskilahti)
Subject: Popsicle "Histrionics" EP

Hi again,

last week I posted a question about the new Popsicle EP.  Now after
having seen them live (for the second time in my life) at
Trastockfestivalen last weekend, I went and bought the CD.

As it was mentioned already earlier (I think), "Histrionics" (the
song) is a remix, but all the other three songs (Soul Lacquer Drug,
Mayfly and Smooth, if memory serves) are sort of Unplugged-ish
acoustic versions!

Kimmo
trkisa@uta.fi

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Date: Tue, 18 Jul 1995 13:47:38 +0200 (MET DST)
From: Martin Eksten 
Subject: Re: Roskilde & Hultsfred

On Tue, 18 Jul 1995 chief@lysator.liu.se wrote:

> I have to agree on Silverchair and Veruca Salt. Silverchair was the
> biggest surprise for me, though my friends had heared about them
> before. What a voice, and only seventeen! I was stunned. Veruca Salt -

Actually they (the boys in Silverchair; Daniel Johns, Chris Joannou
and Ben Gilles) are only 15 or 16 (15 if you believe the Australian guy
I met at Roskilde, 16 if you believe Slitz - the magazine (but why should
you believe Slitz...)). Anyway, they are born in 1979, so it's kind of
impossible for them to be 17. :)

> do a bad performance. Ok, my favourites then:
> 3. Suede - I know, I know. But it was a fantastic concert. I can't help
>            it, Brett's voice is a wonder beyond belief.

Have you seen them live before? The concert at Roskilde was good, but
absolutely not fantastic in my humble opinion. Their concert in Lund
in April however was fantastic. What a show! Anybody else here who was
there?

> 3. Cranberries. What were the organizers thinking of?! The GREEN stage?
>    They needed the ORANGE one! Also the bad schedule having Cranberries,
>    Oasis, Veruca Salt and whatnot at almost the same time with the
>    longest distance between the stages (if you wanted to see all 
     three). 

I couldn't agree more, but I guess we can't complain about they having too
many good bands! :)

> Marten.Sahlen@eua.ericsson.se (Marten Sahlen) wrote:
> 
> > See ya in Hultsfred?! (now that they've gotten Posies, Sleeper, and Slayer
> > I'm considering to go).
> 
> Of course! Velvet Belly, Pantera, Mouth, Cinnamon, Cardigans, Ash, Black
>            Grape, Dizzy Miss Lizzy, Honey Is Cool, Sindy Kills Me,
>            Shredhead, Souls and Tiamat (so far) will almost make it worth
>            the money. :) Now all we need is The Charlatans, Stone Roses,
>            Cranes, Catherine Wheel, Verve and Poster Children and I'll
>            KILL to go there. :)

And Levellers too, right? Anyway, I won't be there.

Martin Eksten.

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Date: Tue, 18 Jul 95 17:57:10 +0200
From: robert@astro.su.se (Robert Cumming)
Subject: Tra"stockfestivalen

Of course, where it was _really_ happening was Skellefteaa...  I dunno,
looking back at the programme I'm shocked at how many bands we missed.
Especially Salt -- but anyway, what we did see was pretty good...

Selected highlights then:

Bob Hund -- headlined the first 'night' (it's always morning in
Norrland, you know), and were stunning as usual.  I'm a fan alright,
but they really do seem to be in a class of their own.  Nobody else
I've seen is making the same sort of music, ripping to shreds all the
standard indie/rock/pop ideas of what this sort of music should sound
like.  The new songs seem more taut than the old ones, and the
energy that Thomas and Conny put into the vocals and lead guitar
respectively is almost frightening.  'Min Trampolin' finished the
set, and is incredibly long, but like 'Det skulle vara la"tt' you
hardly notice the time passing.  For the older songs, the moshpit
was bigger than for any of the other acts on the main stage, and
crammed full of happy faces...

The Bear Quartet -- were pretty good too, Matti Alkberg being as much
fun too watch as to listen to, throwing his guitar into the audience
right at the beginning...  They did a selection of old stuff and
tracks from 'Everybody Else', plus, to fill in for some instrument
problems, a truly awful impromptu cover of the Stone Roses 'Made of
Stone'.

Blissful -- were dogged by poor sound balance, their clarinettist
completely inaudible.  Nevertheless they stole the show on Saturday
afternoon, getting a very warm response which they seemed quite
surprised by.  They play a jazzy sort of indie pop, midway between
early TBQ and the Cardigans, but with a bigger variety of rhythm,
vocal style and tone colour than either.  Two singers, sometimes
alternating, sometimes together, clever lyrics, and a flawless sense
of what makes a good tune.  They are bloody brilliant.

Popundret -- were the other band that made me stand open-mouthed
with amazement.  I knew nothing about them before, and wasn't
expecting Magnus (?) the lead singer's glorious rich voice, like 
a happier Morrissey, gliding round brilliant songs like 'I say no'
with strong noise-melody backing from and all-star lineup behind
him -- lead singers from Stardog on bass and A Shrine on guitar.

Broder Daniel -- a close second to Bob Hund for dramatic performance
and entertainment.  I don't like their music much, but Henrik Berggren
has got charisma of a weird sort in bucketloads.  'Luke Skywalker' is
a 'How soon is now' for the nineties; do you laugh or cry?  is he for
real?  In the end, they are just spectacular, the other band members
in cool contrast to Henrik's anarchic dancing and tuneless but
engaging singing.

Briefly, Puffin were impressive and fun to watch, as were Blithe and
Cinnamon; Optical Blue were good but ultimately far too remeiniscent
of the Cocteau Twins.  The Penniless People of Bulgaria were more
rockist than most, but have a nice line in three-man vocals; Garp were
derivative but at least sang in Swedish, Waterbug were embarrassing
and just downright disappointing.  We caught only the last of Mufflon
5's numbers: what sounded like a country cover, something really
really glorious that made us bitterly regret not seeing the rest of
their set.  The Jayhawks had better watch out.

A truly fantastic weekend then...

Robert

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Date: Fri, 21 Jul 1995 16:34:34 +0200
From: Erik S|derstr|m 
Subject: Lollipop tip - thanks!

Called Helena Dill‚n at Independent Promotion, after what Ulf wrote
about getting in for free at Lollipop if you write for a magazine
or fanzine or whatever, and yes, it did work!

Though I won't be able to go to the Stockholm Lollipop, I'll be at
the Visby Lollipop (with cameraman) on the 24th (on monday), so be
prepared for a festival report (I have to write one for the press-
pass) some time next week.

Thanks for the great information Ulf!
 //Erik

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Date: Sat, 22 Jul 1995 16:21:20 +0200
From: chief@lysator.liu.se
Subject: Festivals In Sweden 1995 [950722]

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                        Festival List for Sweden 1995
                                  22-Jul-95

         Corrections, additions or comments to: chief@lysator.liu.se
     Scandinavian Indie Mailing List: scan-indie-request@lysator.liu.se

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   Description
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   This is a weekly updated list for swedish festivals 1995. The more info
   the better, so if you have additional information, corrections or news
   please e-mail me (see address above). This information has been gathered
   from swedish newspapers Expressen, Aftonbladet and Corren, as these are
   the only papers I have access to (or can afford on a weekly basis).

   Key
   ---
    * Each new or added festival since last update is marked with a '#'
      next to the festival name in the the Schedule list.
    * Festivals in this list without line-ups are marked with a '*' next
      to the festival name in the Schedule list. 
    * Newly deleted bands are marked with (-) after their name in the list
      and will be deleted completely from the list in the next update.
    * New bands are marked with (+) after their name in the list.

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                                   Schedule
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When             Festival                Where, price (SKr) in advance/there
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May  6           Chalmersrock            Gothenburg, 250. Non-student age: 20.
May 20           Rockaway Beach          Norberg, Free.
May 23 - 28      Mejeriets Festivalvecka Lund, 285.
May 26 - 27     *Bluesfestival           M|nster}s, 250.
May 26 - 27      Gr{srock                Solna, Stockholm, Free.
May 27           Bergslagsrocken         Fagersta, 240/260.
Jun  2 -  3      H}rdrocksfestival       Norrk|ping, 80.
Jun  3 -  4      Folkfesten              Malm|, ?/?.
Jun  3 -  4      Mera Hitl}tar           Stockholm, 100.
Jun 16 - 17      Rock Festival           Karlshamn, 280/320 / day. 420/480.
Jun 16 - 17      Absurt Trevlig          Emmaboda, 320/380.
Jun 16 - 17      Raj Raj                 K|ping, 280/330.
Jun 23 - Jul  1  Festivalen I Skellefte} Skellefte}, 200 / day. 370. 100(x).
Jun 29 - Jul  1  St}ng}festivalen        Link|ping, 70 / day. 140.
Jun 29 - Jul  1  Sj|slaget               Lule}, 200 / day. 350.
Jun 29 - Jul  2 *Kalott Jazz & Blues     Haparanda/Torne}, 50-140 / gig. 380.
Jun 29 - Jul  2  Bolln{sfestivalen       Bolln{s, 220 / day. 360/400.
Jun 30 - Jul  1  Salafestivalen          Sala, 150/190.
Jul  6 -  8      Dalarock                Hedemora, 280 / sat. 450/550.
Jul  6 -  8      Gatufesten              Sundsvall, 220 / day. 450.
Jul  8           Tivolirock              Kristianstad, 100.
Jul 11 - 15     *Visfestivalen           V{stervik, 190 / day.
Jul 12 - 15     *Jazzfestivalen          Kristianstad, Half 60-140, Half free.
Jul 12 - 15      Folkmusik Festival      Falun, 90-180 depending on artist.
Jul 14 - 15      Tr{stocksfestivalen     Skellefte}, Free.
Jul 21 - 22      Arvikafestivalen        Arvika, 345/395.
Jul 22 - 23      Tullakrok               [ngelholm, 80.
Jul 26 - 29    #*Karlskoga Stranddagar   Karlskoga, 140.
Jul 26 - 30      Pite} Dansar & Ler      Pite}, 200 / day. 340.
Jul 27 - 30      Storsj|yran             \stersund, 80 / thu, 240 / rest, 395.
Jul 19 - 29      Lollipop                Sweden, 180 / day. 250/380 Stockholm.
Aug 10 - 12      Hultsfredsfestivalen    Hultsfred, 580. Day tickets there.
Aug 11 - 18      Malm|festivalen         Malm|, Free.
Aug 11 - 20      Vattenfestivalen        Stockholm, 99.
Aug 26           Rockslaget              Kristianstad, 60/80.
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                                   Line-Ups
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* ABSURT TREVLIG (16-17 June, Emmaboda)
Absolution, Archers Of Loaf(-?), Ark, Backyard Babies, Bevis Frond, Blender,
Blondbelly, Brainiac, Brainpool, Broder Daniel, Charlotts, Flying Saucer
Attack, Furbowl, Honey Is Cool, J Church, Loosegoats, Mazarine Streets, Naked,
Odd Numbers, Ray Wonder, Red Sleeping Beauty, Refused, Salt, Sindy Kills Me,
Smash Hit Wonders, Star Market, Yvonne, Waterbug.

* ARVIKAFESTIVALEN (21-22 July, Arvika) (info at: info@galaxen.se)
59 Times The Pain, And One, Bay Laurel, Blissful, Buckshot OD, Candysuck,
Cardigans, Children Within, Covenant, Crush, CUM, LCD, Di Leva, Feeding Nigel,
Fireside, In Between, Majk Tajson, Mary Beats Jane, Millencolin, Mindjive,
Mindpop, Misery Loves Co., Mouth, Mufflon 5, Mora Per, Nitzer Ebb, Pineforest
Crunch, Popsicle, Prodigy, Puffin, Randy, Rootv{lta, Rotten Beak feat.
Njurm{nnen, S.P.O.C.K., Salt, Sator, Seven Overdosing Elephants, Shredhead,
Sindy Kills Me, Singer, Sleeping Ape, Somersault, Stoned, Stonefunkers,
Teddybears, Thug, TPIKSA, ]ka Bil.

* BERGSLAGSROCKEN (27 May, Fagersta)
59 Times The Pain, Abhinanda, Bracket, Breach, Candysuck, Chickenpox, Dog
Eat Dog, Downset, Earth Crisis, Fireside, Millencolin, Propagandhi, Randy,
Satanic Surfers, Snapcase.

* BOLLN[SFESTIVALEN (29 June - 2 July, Bolln{s)
Ardis, Be Bop, Black Ingvars, Bob Hund, Carola, David Farr, De Lyckliga
Kompisarna, E-Type, Highway Stars, Lisa Nilsson, Mora Tr{sk, Nordman,
Perssons Pack, Popsicle, Sator, Steamboat Connection, Traste Lind‚ns Kvintett.

* CHALMERSROCK (6 May, Gothenburg)
Chester Copperpot, Clawfinger, E-Type, Honey Is Cool, J{vlar Anamma, Kent,
Mindjive, Sator, Sindy Kills Me, Wannadies. Kristian Luuk keeps you happy.

* DALAROCK (6-8 July, Hedemora)
59 Times The Pain, Ardis, Big Fish, Bob Hund, Bozemans Simplex, Buckshot OD,
Charta 77, Chickenpox, Docenterna, Ed Surl, Elvert Underground, Generator,
Hardy Nilsson, Hedningarna, Hybrid Children, Ingo & Floyd, Inside Tratment,
Kent, Kjell Hoglund, Lancaster Overdrive, Lars Demian, Millencolin, Monster,
Perssons Pack, Popsicle, Porklift, Randy, Sator, Shredhead, Skintrade, Souls,
Teddybears, Torsson, TT Reuter, Ulf Lundell, Uncurbed, Unholy, Urge Overkill,
Vazir Variete, Vilde, Wannadies, Weezer, Whale.

* FESTIVALEN I SKELLEFTE] (23 June - 1 July, Skellefte})
Midsommarhelgen(23 June - 25 June): Chicago Express, Clawfinger, Crossings
Ocean, Di Leva, Hardy Nilsson, Herbie, Kent, Lisa Nilsson, Millencolin,
Pandora, Planet Waves, Popsicle, Ramones, Roffe Wikstr|m, Sator, Sky High,
Stonefunkers, Suede, This Perfect Day, Uno Svenningsson, Wannadies.
Nostalgihelgen(x)(30 June - 1 July): Brainpool, M}ns Mossa, Nationalteatern,
Staffan Hellstrand, Joey Tempest, This Perfect Day, Wannadies, Yngve Forsells.

* FOLKFESTEN (3-4 June, Malm|)
Cardigans, Gashuffer, Mouth, Souls.

* FOLKMUSIK FESTIVAL, FALUN (12-15 July, Falun)
Avad} Band, Baba Blues, Blind Boys Of Alabama, Bluegrass Swedes, Boys Of The
Lough, Deanta, Den Fule, Garmarna, Gary Thomas, H||k, Lena Willenmark, Nordan,
Orientexpressen, Oyster Band, Simmings Kultura, Sky High, Taj Mahal, V{sen.
 + More.

* GATUFESTEN (6-8 July, Sundsvall)
Black Ingvars, Bo Kaspers Orkester, De Sotos, Dr Alban, Eric Gadd,
Highway Stars, Lisa Nilsson, Melodie MC, Millencolin, Nick Bogren,
Nordman, Ulf Lundell.

* GR[SROCK (26-27 May, Solna)
Beautiful Homes, Beggars Farm, Cabin Fever, Candy Among Friends, Coca Carola,
Decades, En Halv Kokt i Folie, Feed, Gula Febern, Hellacopters, Hip Wips,
Jerry Was a Fireman, Lat-X, Ludwig, Misdemanor, Rebell Robert, Robots,
Scarilege, Sexationals, Silvermachine, Sindy Kills Me, Svanger, Stefan
Sundstrom, Ten Pins, Trad Gras och Stenar, Tva Fisk och En Flask, Vulture
King.

* HULTSFREDSFESTIVALEN (10-12 August, Hultsfred)
4 Kazzazzaz, Almighty(+), Amen, Anitas Livs, Argus Jass Group, Ash, Autocrash,
Bahnhof, Beef, Black Grape, Brandgul, Breach, Broder Daniel, Buckshot O.D.(+),
Candysuck, Cardigans, Cast(+), Cat Rapes Dog, Chemical Brothers, Chickenpox,
Cinnamon, Cut The Bones & Suck My Marrow, Daily Planet, dEUS, Di Leva, Dia
Psalma, Dizzy Miss Lizzy, DJ Alexi Delano, DJ Joke, Docenterna, Dodgy(+),
Dread Zone, Electric Eskimoes, El{kel{iset, Filter, Gene, Tobias Gustavsson(+),
H-Blockx, Hans & Greta, Hardy Nilsson, Hedningarna, Honey Is Cool, Indian
Times med Mynta, Infinite Mass, Katzen Kapell, Kent, Kosmos Club feat Microman
Live, Latin Kings, Levellers, Lisa Nilsson, Lousy, Marion, Massive Attack Sound
System, Menswear, Millencolin, Mouth, Nationalteatern(+), Pantera, Paul
Oakenfold, Posies, Psyched Up Janis, R{serbajs, Satanic Surfers, Sator,
Shredhead, Sindy Kills Me, Singer, Skeleton Woman, Slayer, Sleeper, Snapcase,
Souls, Specials, Starmarket, Supergrass, System 7, Teddybears, This Perfect
Day, Tiamat, Total Chaos, Tricky, Trio Lligo, Tv} Bl}b{r(+), Type-O-Negative,
Underworld, Urban Turban, Velvet Belly, Whale, Wild Rover, Wildhearts.

* H]RDROCKSFESTIVAL (2-3 June, Norrk|ping)
Brainwave, Damage Done, Dragon, Dreamgod, Freak Kitchen, Gone, K-Nine Corpse,
Lilit, Masquerade, Million, Momento Mori, Morgana Le Fay, Nebadon, Reptile
Smile, Rubberman, Shooting Gallery.

* LOLLIPOP (19-29 July, Various)
Brainpool, D.A.D., Kent. (+ Percy Nileg}rd & Sam Spandex with Guests:)
19   : Helsingborg (with Infinite Mass, Sophie Zelmani, Connels, Thastrom)
20   : Gothenburg, Tradgardsforeningen (with Lisa Nilsson, Sophie Zelmani)
21   : Vastervik (with Docenterna, Sophie Zelmani)
22   : Borlange (with Joey Tempest)
24   : Visby (with Sator)
26   : Ornskoldsvik (with Infinite Mass)
27   : Karlstad (with Whale(+))
28-29: Stockholm (with Addis Black Widow, Beautiful South, Broder Daniel,
Carl Cox, Chemical Brothers, Neneh Cherry, Depth Charge, DJ Skull, Fistfunk,
Heather Nova, Infinite Mass, Just D, Ray Keith, Latin Kings, James Lavelle,
Mary Beats Jane, Millencolin, Lisa Nilsson, Lucky People Center, On, Paradise
Lost, Plastikman feat. Richie Hawtin, Prodigy, Pulp, Renegade Soundwave,
Rockers Hi-Fi, Salt, Stone Roses, Therapy?, Vazir, Paul Weller, Whale, Josh
Wink, Sophie Zelmani.

* MALM\FESTIVALEN (11-18 August, Malm|)
Cardigans, Den Fule, Garmarna. + More TBA. 

* MEJERIETS FESTIVALVECKA (23-28 May, Lund)
Black Uhuru, Boo Radleys, Brainpool, Freak Power, Hot Guitars, Mowax Night,
Pinhead, Sleeper, WET. + Loads of local bands.

* MERA HITL]TAR (3-4 June, Stockholm)
59 Times The Pain, Bob Hund, Broder Daniel, Candysuck, Carpe Wade, Charta 77,
Coca Carola, De Lyckliga Kompisarna, Hellacopters, Johan Johansson, Kalle
Baah, K|ttgrottorna, Lysistrate, Mindjive, Molly, Mufflon 5, Peter Wahlbeck,
+ Moms, Queers, Satanic Surfers, Simon & Problemchilds, Sindy Kills Me,
Souls, Stefan Sundstr|m & Apache, Stukas, Svart Sn|, Troublemakers,
Tuk Tuk Rally, Venerea.

* PITE] DANSAR OCH LER (26-30 July)
Ardis, Black Ingvars, Black Rinho(+), Bo Kaspers Orkester, Cajun Pepper(+),
Carola, Confusion(+), Da President(+), Die Edelweiss Kapell(+), E-Type,
Electric Eskimoes, Enorma Groove(+), Faboulus Reno Brothers(+), Eric Gadd(+),
Hardy Nilsson, Highway Stars(+), Hooters(+), Hulphers Orkester, Iron Horse(+),
King Ratz(+), G|sta Linderholm, Merrymakers(+), Millencolin, Nationalteatern,
Lisa Nilsson, Nordman, Robert Nordmarks Kvintett, Lina Nyberg, On Stage(+),
Pop Properly(+), Randy(+), Janne Schaffer, Lasse Sj|sten Trio(+),
Skintrade(+), Starmarket(+), Sven-Bertil Taube(+), Titiyo(+), Tullamore
Dew(+).

* RAJ RAJ (16-17 June, K|ping)
Abhinanda, And One, Bare Farmers, Bido, Blue, Broder Daniel, Buckshot OD,
Candysuck, Cardigans, Cat Rapes Dog, Charles H}rfager, Charta 77, Clever
Head, Daily Planet, Dance Or Die, De Lyckliga Kompisarna, Eilert Pilarm,
Entombed, Fuzzy Lyrics, Garmarna, Johan Johansson & Hans Ov{nner, Kent,
Kjell H|glund, Kung Trattkantarell, Lifeless Image, Millencolin, Odd
Numbers, Passage 4, Past, Refused, R{serbajs, Sindy Kills Me, Soda, Staffan
Hellstrand, Teddybears Sthlm, Vampire State Building, Wish, Yvonne.

* ROCK FESTIVAL, KARLSHAMNS (16-17 June, Karlshamn)
Abstrakt Algebra, Bad Religion, Black Sabbath, Bob Hund, Dave Edmunds,
Electric Eskimoes, Fairport Convention, Flaped Forge, Fleetwood Mac, Freak
Kitchen, Jukka Tolonen Band, Kashmir, Kent, Lars Demian, Led Zeppelin Jam,
Los Stjartgroggs, Mary Beats Jane, No Solution, Pat Travers Band, Planet
Waves, Pogues, Popsicle, Quill, Rolf Wikstrom, Sator, Sky High, Spiritual
Beggars, Trouble, Urban Turban, Vitality, W.E.T.

* ROCKAWAY BEACH (20 May, Norberg)
All Fools Day, Bates Motel, Bitch Boys, Bull Pays, Candysuck, Chicka Dee,
Chickenpox, Ear Wig, FG, Five O'Clock Train, Gents, Hans & Greta, Hydrogenium,
Irlandaise, Komplett Arnold, No Control, No Fun At All, Sober.

* ROCKSLAGET (26 August, Kristianstad)
Backyard Babies, Dia Psalma, Morgana Lesay. + Loads of local bands.

* SALAFESTIVALEN (30 June - 1 July, Sala)
Black Ingvars, Boppers, Carola, E-Type, Herbie, Nordman, Perssons Pack,
Svenne Rubin. 

* SJ|SLAGET (29 June - 1 July, Lule})
20 Stations, ALT, B-Thong, Big Country, Breach, Desire, Jesse Dickson and
the Chicago community choir, Jinder Flynner Alfvengren, Mazola Party,
Melody MC, Meshuggah, Mike And The Mechanics, Millencolin, Miscellaneous
Eskapism, Misery Loves Co., No Fun At All, Stefan Sundstr|m, Soul
Asylum, Wilmer X, Yvonne.

* STORSJ|YRAN (27-29 July, \stersund)
Susanne Alfvengren, Ardis, Bakers of the Holy Bread, Bearcat Cajun Playboys,
Torstein Bergman, Black Ingvars, Bo Kaspers Orkester, Broder Daniel, Neneh
Cherry, Confusions, Docenterna, Earl Thomas med Clemens Blue Corner, Farmers
Market, Marianne Flynner, Hardy Nilsson, Heather Nova, Staffan Hellstrand, HP
Burman, Kjell H|glund, Infinite Mass, ]sa Jinder, Erik Koskinen, Leningrad
Cowboys, MC Puffman, Millencolin, Lisa Nilsson, Nordman, Oyster Band, Pireus,
Pukaj Vayra, Ronny Depp and the Ramblin' Minds, Anne-Lie Ryd‚, Sabbath Hela
Veckan, Salsation, Salt, Sator, Shane MacGowan and the Popes, Specials,
Torsson, Viktoria Tolstoy, Wee Malkies, Whale, Wild Rover.

* ST]NG]FESTIVALEN (29 June - 1 July, Link|ping)
Black Ingvars, Perssons Pack.

* TIVOLIROCK (8 July, Kristianstad)
Ardis, Bo Kaspers Orkester, Brainpool.

* TR[STOCKSFESTIVALEN (14-15 July, Skellefte})
59 Times The Pain, A Shrine, Abhinanda, Backfish, Bear Quartet, Big Fish,
Blissful, Blithe, Blue, Bob Hund, Boolteens, Breach, Carpe Wade, Charta 77,
Cinnamon, De Lyckliga Kompisarna, Garp, Kjell H|glund, Mufflon 5, Optical
Blue, Peniless People of Bulgaria, Popsicle, Popundret, Puffin, Salt,
Shredhead, Sindy Kills Me, Spacious Mind, Stardog, Teddybears, Waterbug.

* TULLAKROK, MUSIKFESTEN (22-23 July, [ngelholm)
59 Times The Pain(+), Addis Black Widow(+), Adhesive(+), Aggretetor(+),
Anastasia(+), Apple Chapel(+), Balthazaar(+), Blind & Phanic(+), Blind Dog(+),
Boppalina(+), Chewinggum Weekend(+), Cloudberry Jam, Cul-De-Zuc(+), Dipper(+),
Elevator Adam, Fishlips(+), Half Man(+), Klas Kapell, Leslies, Little Stalin
Session(+), Loosers(+), Mats, Molly(+), Mouth(+), Nooners(+), Repulsive
Nuns(+), Skumgummi Co(+), Tellus Y(+), Wakey(+), Yvonne, ¸ka Bil.

* VATTENFESTIVALEN (11-20 August, Stockholm)
11: Ardis, Gaston(+), Ingo & Floyd, Liverpool, Nordman
12: Herbie, Sara Isaksson, Jan Johansen, Melodie MC, Monaco Blues Band, Pandora
13: Br|derna Slut, Children Within(+), Di Leva(+), Green, Kent, Mouth, Pinko
    Pinko, Planet Waves, Souls, Joey Tempest
14: Clubland(+)
15: Bo Kaspers Orkester, Garmarna
16: Apopocalyps, Black Ingvars(+), Highway Stars, Stj{rnorna, Wannadies,
    Wilmer X, \sten M{ Resten(+)
17: Cardigans, Pineforest Crunch
18: Cinnamon, Infinite Mass, Latin Kings, Millencolin, Musical X Press,
    Nofx(+), Robert Wells(+)
19: Br|derna Slut, Docenterna, Staffan Hellstrand, Liverpool, Perssons Pack,
    Stj{rnorna, Toms Tivoli & Stig Vig, Urban Turban, V{sen
20: Silver
 + More TBA.

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 //Erik

----------------------

Date: Sat, 22 Jul 1995 16:21:45 +0200
From: chief@lysator.liu.se
Subject: Swedish Indie Bands Gig Guide [950722]

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
                     Gig list for swedish "indie" bands
                                  22-Jul-95

         Corrections, additions or comments to: chief@lysator.liu.se
     Scandinavian Indie Mailing List: scan-indie-request@lysator.liu.se

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

   Description
   -----------
   This is a weekly updated tour date list for some swedish "indie" bands.
   The more the better, so if you have additional information, corrections,
   or bands you like to see in this list, please e-mail me (see address
   above). This information has been gathered from swedish newspapers
   Expressen, Aftonbladet and Corren, as these are the only papers I have
   access to (or can afford on a weekly basis).

   Key
   ---
    * Each new or added date since last update is marked with a '-' at
      the very left end of the screen.
    * Old dates are deleted.
    * Other countries are marked with (COUNTRY) after the date and place.
    * New bands are marked with (NEW) after their name in the list.
    * A '?' at the very left end of the screen means that the date is
      not yet 100%.

    Included in the list below
    --------------------------
    59 Times The Pain, Backyard Babies, Big Fish, Blender, Blissful,
    Brainpool, Broder Daniel, Cardigans, Cinnamon, Cloudberry Jam,
    Coca Carola, Docenterna, Electric Eskimoes, Elevator Adam, Fireside,
    Garmarna, Green, Hans & Greta, Hardy Nilsson, Hedningarna, Honey Is
    Cool, Kjell H”glund, Ingo & Floyd, Just D, Kent, Midnight Moses, Mouth,
    Mufflon 5, Pineforest Crunch, Pinko Pinko, Planet Waves, Popsicle,
    Puffin, Salt, Satanic Surfers, Shredhead, Sindy Kills Me, Souls,
    Teddybears, Wannadies, Whale, Yvonne, ¸ka Bil.

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* 59 Times The Pain
   29/7 Hova

* Backyard Babies
   17/8 Nassjo
   26/8 Kristianstad

* Big Fish
   26/8 Uppsala, Metro

* Blender
   19/8 Gallivare

* Blissful
   22/7 Arvika, Arvikafestivalen

* Brainpool
?   4/8 Gothenburg
    5/8 Ahus
   19/8 Vetlanda

* Broder Daniel
   28/7 Stockholm, Lollipop
   29/7 Ostersund, Storsjoyran
   12/8 Hultsfred, Festival

* Cardigans, The
   22/7 Arvika, Arvikafestivalen
-   5/8 Gothenburg, K}ren
   10/8 Hultsfred, Festivalen
   16/8 Malmoe, Festivalen
   17/8 Stockholm, Vattenfestivalen

* Cinnamon
   12/8 Hultsfred, Festivalen
   18/8 Stockholm, Vattenfestivalen

* Cloudberry Jam
   22/7 Angelholm

* Coca Carola
   29/7 Hova
    9/8 Akersberga
   25/8 Kiruna

* Docenterna
   29/7 Ostersund
   30/7 Solvesborg
   11/8 Hultsfred, Festivalen
   19/8 Stockholm, Vattenfestivalen

* Electric Eskimoes
   28/7 Pitea, Pitea Dansar Och Ler
   11/8 Hultsfred, Festivalen

* Elevator Adam
   22/7 Angelholm, Tullakrok

* Fireside
   22/7 Arvika, Arvikafestivalen

* Garmarna
   22/7 Valadalen
    9/8 Orebro
   15/8 Stockholm, Vattenfestivalen
   17/8 Malmoe

* Green
   13/8 Stockholm, Vattenfestivalen

* Hans & Greta
   12/8 Hultsfred, Festivalen

* Hardy Nilsson
   28/7 Ostersund, Storsjoyran
   29/7 Pitea, Pitea Dansar och Ler
   10/8 Hultsfred, Festivalen

* Hedningarna
    5/8 Ale Stenar
    7/8 Gotland (with Di Leva)
    8/8 Gotland (with Di Leva)
   11/8 Nasaker
   12/8 Hultsfred, Festivalen

* Honey Is Cool
   10/8 Hultsfred, Festivalen
   11/8 Hultsfred, Festivalen
   12/8 Hultsfred, Festivalen

* Kjell H”glund
   28/7 Ostersund, Storsjoyran
   31/7 Stockholm, MS Blidosund
    1/8 Stockholm, MS Blidosund

* Ingo & Floyd
   11/8 Stockholm, Vattenfestivalen

* Just D
   28/7 Stockholm, Lollipop

* Kent
   22/7 Borlange
   24/7 Visby, Lollipop
   26/7 Ornskoldsvik
   27/7 Karlstad
   29/7 Stockholm, Lollipop
    5/8 Svedala
   10/8 Hultsfred, Festivalen
   13/8 Stockholm, Vattenfestivalen

* Midnight Moses (NEW)
   30/7 Visby, Bosniengalan

* Mouth
-  22/7 Angelholm, Tullakrok
   12/8 Hultsfred, Festivalen
   13/8 Stockholm, Vattenfestivalen (Kungstr{dg}rden)

* Mufflon 5
   22/7 Arvika, Arvikafestivalen

* Pineforest Crunch
   22/7 Arvika, Arvikafestivalen
   17/8 Stockholm, Vattenfestivalen

* Pinko Pinko
   13/8 Stockholm, Vattenfestivalen

* Planet Waves
   13/8 Stockholm, Vattenfestivalen

* Popsicle (* = with Sator) (?)
   29/7 Ostersund, Storsjoyran (*)
   10/8 Hultsfred, Festivalen (*)
   25/8 Gothenburg, Liseberg (*)
   26/8 Boden (*)

* Puffin
   22/7 Arvika, Arvikafestivalen

* Salt
   22/7 Arvika, Arvikafestivalen
   27/7 Sundsvall
   28/7 Ostersund, Storsjoyran

* Satanic Surfers
   12/8 Hultsfred, Festivalen

* Shredhead
   22/7 Ramsele
   30/9 Oslo (NORWAY)

* Sindy Kills Me
   22/7 Arvika, Arvikafestivalen
   10/8 Hultsfred, Festivalen

* Souls
   12/8 Hultsfred, Festivalen
   13/8 Stockholm, Vattenfestivalen

* Teddybears
   22/7 Arvika, Arvikafestivalen
   12/8 Hultsfred, Festivalen

* Wannadies
   16/8 Stockholm, Vattenfestivalen
   26/8 Boden

* Whale
-  27/7 Karlstad, Lollipop
   28/7 Ostersund, Storsjoyran
   29/7 Stockholm, Lollipop
   10/8 Hultsfred, Festivalen

* Yvonne
   22/7 Tranas
   23/7 Angelholm, Tullakrok

* ¸ka Bil
   22/7 Angelholm, Tullakrok

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 //Erik

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Date: Sat, 22 Jul 1995 16:22:02 +0200
From: chief@lysator.liu.se
Subject: Non-Swedish Indie Bands Gig Guide [950722]

----------------------------------------------------------------------------
                    Gig list for Non-swedish "indie" bands
                                  22-Jul-95

         Corrections, additions or comments to: chief@lysator.liu.se
     Scandinavian Indie Mailing List: scan-indie-request@lysator.liu.se

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

   Description
   -----------
   This is a weekly updated tour date list for some non-swedish "indie"
   bands around Scandinavia and the Baltic countries. The more the better,
   so if you have additional information, corrections, or bands you like
   to see in this list, please e-mail me (see address above). This
   information has been gathered from swedish newspapers Expressen,
   Aftonbladet and Corren, as these are the only papers I have access to
   (or can afford on a weekly basis).

   Key
   ---
    * Each new or added date since last update is marked with a '-' at
      the very left end of the screen.
    * Old dates are deleted.
    * Countries other than Sweden are marked with (COUNTRY) after the
      date and place.
    * New bands are marked with (NEW) after their name in the list.

    Included in the list below
    --------------------------
    Babes In Toyland, Bj”rk, Blind Melon, Charlatans, Gene, Green Day,
    Neds Atomic Dustbin, Nofx, Pennywise, Radiohead, Snapcase, Soundgarden,
    Swans, Tad, Therapy?, White Zombie, Neil Young.

    Notable changes since last update
    ---------------------------------
    None.

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* Babes In Toyland
   14/9 Copenhagen, Loppen (DENMARK)

* Bj”rk (& Goldie)
   6/10 Oslo, Spectrum (NORWAY)
   7/10 Gothenburg, Scandinavium
   8/10 Copenhagen, Det bl† pakhus (DENMARK)

* Blind Melon
    1/9 Stockholm, Globen

* Charlatans, The (NEW)
   ??/8 Stockholm, Vattenfestivalen

* Gene
   10/8 Hultsfred, Festival
   11/8 Hultsfred, Festival
   12/8 Hultsfred, Festival

* Green Day
   28/8 Copenhagen, KB Hallen (DENMARK)
   29/8 Oslo, Spectrum (NORWAY)
    2/9 Stockholm, Isstadion
    3/9 Gothenburg, Lisebergshallen

* Neds Atomic Dustbin (NEW)
   10/9 Copenhagen, Loppen (DENMARK)

* Nofx (NEW)
   18/8 Stockholm, Vattenfestivalen

* Pennywise
    1/9 Stockholm, Globen

* Radiohead
    3/8 Oslo, Spectrum Hall (NORWAY)
    4/8 Stockholm, Sjohistoriska

* Snapcase
   10/8 Hultsfred, Festival

* Soundgarden
    1/9 Stockholm, Globen

* Swans
   16/9 Copenhagen, Eigens Ballroom (DENMARK)
   22/9 Oslo, Sentrum Sene (NORWAY)
   25/9 Stockholm, Studion
   26/9 Orebro, Ritz
   27/9 Lund, Mejeriet

* Tad
    1/9 Stockholm, Globen

* Therapy?
   15/9 Copenhagen, Gra Hall (DENMARK)
-  16/9 Gothenburg, K}ren
-  20/9 Lund, Mejeriet

* White Zombie
    1/9 Stockholm, Globen

* Neil Young
   12/8 Stockholm, Sjohistoriska

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  //Erik

----------------------

Date: Mon, 24 Jul 1995 14:47:18 +0200
From: chief@lysator.liu.se
Subject: Re: Roskilde & Hultsfred

On Tue, 18 Jul 1995 Martin Eksten  wrote:

> Actually they (the boys in Silverchair; Daniel Johns, Chris Joannou
> and Ben Gilles) are only 15 or 16 (15 if you believe the Australian guy
> I met at Roskilde, 16 if you believe Slitz - the magazine (but why should
> you believe Slitz...)). Anyway, they are born in 1979, so it's kind of
> impossible for them to be 17. :)

Okay, okay. I made a mistake.

> Have you seen them live before? The concert at Roskilde was good, but
> absolutely not fantastic in my humble opinion. Their concert in Lund
> in April however was fantastic. What a show! Anybody else here who was
> there?

Never really. I tried a couple of years ago in Stockholm, but it was
impossible to get tickets.

> I couldn't agree more, but I guess we can't complain about they having too
> many good bands! :)

That's true, though they could have planned the whole thing a bit better
(or could they?). Anyway, I'm glad I managed to see/hear something of all
three.

> And Levellers too, right? Anyway, I won't be there.

Hmm, I'm not the greatest Levellers fan... :)

 //Erik

----------------------

Date: Mon, 24 Jul 95 15:57:06 +0200
From: robert@astro.su.se (Robert Cumming)
Subject: Tra"stockfestivalen: det skvallras om...

I meant to add a couple of gossip items and other stuff from
Tra"stockfestivalen:

...Thomas O"berg from Bob Hund says that no one knows yet when the next
album will come out, but they've starting recording anyway...

...the first full-length Blissful album will come out in the autumn
(would you believe that Blissful _haven't played Stockholm yet_?
Scandal!)...

...Magnus Astro"m claimed not to have played for six months before
drumming with Puffin...

...Freda from Cinnamon threw out several handfuls of
cinnamon-flavoured chewing gum during their set, so the whole tent
smelt highly appropriate for a while...

...the Penniless People of Bulgaria announced that they come from
'the north-east part of Sweden that's called Finland'...

...Stickboy's audience contained at least three pairs of parents,
probably worried at the band being referred to in the festival
programme as the most 'tjejva"nlig' on offer...

Robert
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don't believe everything you say                         robert@astro.su.se
tro inte allt som du sa"ger              WWW http://www.ast.cam.ac.uk/~rjc/
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Date: Thu, 27 Jul 1995 10:27:08 +0200 (METDST)
From: Joakim Naeslund 
Subject: Kamikaze Festival

Here is the program for Kamikaze Festival that take place this weekend 1995
29/7 in Hova

Staffan Hellstrand, Potlatch, Doughnuts, Mobile Mob Freakshow,
Turkish Revenge, Disfornicate, Herman Huligan, Finkel Rokkers, Paid,
Adhesive, Dennis & dom bla apelsinerna, 59 Times the Pain, Venerea,
Total EGon, Cosa Nostra, Coca Carola, Foreheads, Wastehead, Candysuck,
Smash Hit Wonders, TC Gang, Harlequin etc etc

Be there if you like noise!!

You can get further info by phone from
Rockfickan (0)506-30019

Three stages, and more than 35 bands in a 15 hours program

See you there

/Jojo B.B.

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Date: Fri, 28 Jul 1995 01:53:09 +0200
From: chief@lysator.liu.se
Subject: Scan-Indie Net News

                       Some Scandinavian Indie Net News
                       --------------------------------

 * The new WWW server at lysator is working, and working fine! You can
   now use the old http://www.lysator.liu.se/~chief/scan.html address
   without any worries again. (use it before the sf.www address).

 * The Lollipop pages are ready and up on the W3 pages. Article and
   pictures can be found at http://www.lysator.liu.se/~chief/lollipop.html
   or by just going through the Festivals 1995 pages from the main
   page (and be able to check out the new Lollipop Middle page :) ).

 * Gig and Festival lists will _not_ be posted to the mailing list
   from now on, _Unless_ someone/some people say they want them to.
   Fresher and a lot better looking versions of the lists can be found
   on the W3 pages under the "Who Plays Where and When" link from the
   main page for the Gig lists (Guides) and Festivals In Sweden 1995
   can be found (a lot nicer too) under the "Festivals 1995" link from
   the main page.

 * Scandinavian Indie is represented on MTV Text (Europe) on page
   262. Only the mailing list though (I have to send them the W3
   address too).

 * I hope you lucky people out there who are going to Lollipop in
   Stockholm tomorrow and on saturday will report back to the list
   during/after the festival, so we know what we're missing/we missed.
   I'll watch Just D on the Internet at least, because I _want_ to
   be there and need that festival feeling again. :)

  //Erik

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Date: Fri, 28 Jul 1995 15:44:24 +0200
From: chief@lysator.liu.se
Subject: The Bear Quartet Live

I hope no-one missed the live concert with The Bear Quartet that was
broadcasted on the swedish national radio (channel P3) last night.
I would have posted info about it yesterday, but my internet provider's
modems didn't answer all day, and when they finally did, it was in
the middle of the concert. Anyway, I'll post info about it here, if
someone wants me to.

 //Erik

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Date: Fri, 28 Jul 95 16:34:18 +0200
From: ludde@kore.lk.se (Ludvig Borgne)
Subject: The Bear Quartet Live

> I hope no-one missed the live concert with The Bear Quartet that was
> broadcasted on the swedish national radio (channel P3) last night.

I did... :(

But I wasn't home anyway, I was at Tantog}rden watching Garmarna, and
they were great! Reminded me of how great Hedningarna were 5 years ago
or so...

/Ludde

PS. I you haven't already heard, Stone Roses and Pulp have been added to
    the Stockholm Lollipop lineup.

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Date: Fri, 28 Jul 95 16:23 SET
From: Tan Ses 
Subject: Murat Ses (Automaton+Binfen)

Hi

Is anybody out there who could me help in finding some contact regarding
independent world/space/newage/ambiente issues...

Any help welcome...
DJs, radio stations, magazines etc...

Thanks in advance
Murat SES (Automaton+Binfen)


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