Scandinavian Indie Digest Vol.4 Issue #17 [The Scandinavian Indie]

Digest

Vol.4 #17

April 4th, 1997


There are 21 messages totalling 1385 lines in this issue. Topics of the day: 1. a question (2) 2. Sin's CD Reviews - Fidget "Stop Losing" 3. Sin's CD Reviews - Fidget "No Boogie Coming Your Way" (2) 4. new participator (2) 5. Enternet WWW-pages will be opened soon... 6. One more time 7. Underground (gbg) gigs, April 97 (2) 8. Sin's Music on the Radio [07-Apr-97] 9. hi everyone! (2) 10. Oblivians & Revelators(non Scan) 11. Di Leva 12. Sin's Music on the TV [04-Apr-97] 13. Motor Tour List [03-Apr-97] 14. Sin's NSIB Gig Guide [04-Apr-97] 15. Sin's SIBOS Gig Guide [04-Apr-97] 16. Sin's SIB Gig Guide [04-Apr-97] --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Date: Wed, 2 Apr 1997 00:49:41 +0200 (MET DST) From: chief@lysator.liu.se Subject: Re: a question On Mon, 31 Mar 1997, Chris Forsberg wrote about: a question > Has anybody heard of a 2nd version of the Cardigans' "Lovefool" video, one > where Nina is singing and some old guy is crying on a couch? Apparently > this is different from the one MTV USA plays with the band on the boat and > the bottle in the water, etc. Heh heh, yeah. The first version (the one with the "guy on the couch") is the original one. Apparently the band's US label didn't think it was good enough for the US (I think it was because of the "naked" ladies...), so they had to make another one (the one with the boat etc.) I remember someone on the list who was working on the set or something like that when the band recorded the second one? Anyway, he said something about the band not being very happy about making it (you can always look it up in the digest archive if you're interested) or something. Anyway, they show both videos over here (or used to at least). //Erik (chief@lysator.liu.se) ------------------------------ Date: Wed, 2 Apr 1997 00:49:18 +0200 (MET DST) From: chief@lysator.liu.se Subject: Sin's CD Reviews - Fidget "Stop Losing" ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- Scandinavian Indie SCANDINAVIAN CD REVIEWS Scandinavian Indie March 31st, 1997 by Erik Soderstrom (chief@lysator.liu.se) "Never paid, always honest." Contents: Fidget - "Stop Losing" CD5 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- * Fidget - "Stop Losing" (CD5, Mega Records 1997, MRCXCD 2827. Time: 09.03) ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1. Stop Losing (2.44) 2. Hey Little Sister (3.19) 3. Teddybear Baby (re-run mix) (2.59) Scandinavian Indie review: The second single from Fidget presents another song from the demo that got them signed, 'Stop Losing', and it actually is the demo version of the song. They were not happy about the studio-version and decided to use this one instead, which makes me happy because I liked it then and I like it now. 'Hey Little Sister' is the much talked about duet between Nina Natri and Jay-Jay Johansson, and from which the title of their album "No Boogie Coming Your Way" comes (listen to the lyrics). If someone expected that this duet would sound fantastic, well, then you were right! Deep and dark-voiced Jay-Jay (what a voice he has got!) together with light, breathe-voiced Nina is a beautiful match. And it also gives you an idea how Fidget would sound with a male singer. The re-run mix of 'Teddybear Baby' is nothing special. They have beefed up the sound which means that the vocals, piano and the trombone are a lot clearer than before, that is all. But, as 'Hey Little Sister', which is something you don't want to miss, does not appear anywhere else, the single is definitely worth buying. March 1997 Review by: Erik Soderstrom Contact: Mega Records Skepparegatan 8 1tr 114 52 Stockholm SWEDEN Phone: +46-(0)8-6633660 Fax : +46-(0)8-6633696 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- All CD reviews are available on the Scandinavian Indie WWW: http://www.lysator.liu.se/~chief/reviews.html ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- //Erik (chief@lysator.liu.se) ------------------------------ Date: Wed, 2 Apr 1997 00:48:32 +0200 (MET DST) From: chief@lysator.liu.se Subject: Sin's CD Reviews - Fidget "No Boogie Coming Your Way" ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- Scandinavian Indie SCANDINAVIAN CD REVIEWS Scandinavian Indie March 31st, 1997 by Erik Soderstrom (chief@lysator.liu.se) "Never paid, always honest." Contents: Fidget - "No Boogie Coming Your Way" CD ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- * Fidget - "No Boogie Coming Your Way" (CD, Mega Records 1997. Time: 34.01) ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1. Semi-naked (2.56) 2. Figure Four Leglock (2.25) 3. Pokerface (3.40) 4. Stop Losing (2.42) 5. So Good It Hurts (3.41) 6. Singoalla (2.45) 7. Teddy (2.55) 8. Fast Forward (3.02) 9. My Prawns (2.51) 10. Focus (2.38) 11. Night Out (1.55) 12. Mr. Rayon (2.29) Scandinavian Indie Review: So, after all the talk about this band, here, in magazines, on the TV and the radio, the question is: Is their debut album any good? The answer to that is plainly: Yes, it certainly is. Even though I'm not completely happy with it, (for example, 'Semi-naked' is still tough, charming and alarming but it isn't what it used to be, and they didn't include the wonderful guitar-walls they do when playing live, which is something of the best I have ever heard in my entire life. That is to say that when I know they are able to do something like that, why not use it!?), it's got the amazing 'My Prawns' which actually is enough for me because it's just a marvel in itself. I won't go into all of the songs on the album, but here are some thoughts on at least some of them: 'Pokerface' is first a weird thing with a banjo and a blip-blop synth and then lovely electric guitar choruses and end where they use a hollow sound on the synth with a perfect fit. When I hear those pieces with the addictive drums and the gorgeous guitars together with Nina Natri singing 'Poker-fheee-hyeyce' and the way they move out of the chorus at the end, I can only congratulate. It's brilliant! 'Singoalla' on the album is actually a new title for the demo song 'Hoovering Away', though it is the studio version with a lot more synthesizer sound and Nina's voice not as happy-go-lucky sounding, and thus not as "naive" and genuine as the demo version. I still love the way the bass moves in, adding thunder to the picture. Letting you know they are on the way to a harder section. And it is also still one of the best songs on the album. 'Teddy' is the studio version of the demo song with the same name. Here they have added background strings (!) which I wish they hadn't because it is a very beautiful song in itself, without them. Slow and sad with a jangly guitar, a moody synth and a piano. On their demo, this was one of my favourites, and it would have been here on the album as well if they had not used those strings. It feels as if they are out of place here and not needed. 'Fast Forward' is really really good - disted electric guitars mixed with a bit of Superswirls sounding synths and (you know the Commodore 64 game "Rambo" - when it loaded, the intro song that played then? Ie. the same as in the movie, but with the C-64 sound. They are using the exact same sound here!) early Depeche Mode synth sounds. It is completely impossible not to like this one. Second best song on the album! 'My Prawns' is like I said, just totally mindblowing. A jangly electric guitar starts out alone, but is soon joined by a disted guitar and bass. All leading into a single key synth with Nina's voice with her charming Finnish accent, bringing back the jangly guitar again, then the disted guitar moves in more and more, and finally everuthing goes into the mayhem which is the chorus. And that is where Nina's voice really goes into high-performance mode. It's alarmingly good. Give this song a single to reside on! 'Focus' is a slower pace song with a muffled effect on Nina's voice in low key, and it almost sounds like they've used the effect on the instruments as well. It does not sound bad at all in fact. I'm not sure if anyone cares, but there are filters adding a low thumping, throbbing sound to everything using them. Giving the listener a feeling of standing outside a club where they play deep bass and drum tracks. I would not be surprised if they are using one of those here. 'Night Out' I'd almost like to call a punk song because of the fast and heave chorus pieces, but the parts between them are in another division - the more Fidget like division. The bottom line is, Fidget is definitely Sweden's only band that sounds like this, and I'd say that's a pretty good reason to at least listen to the album if you have never heard them before. Chances are you'll find a new love. March 1997 Review by: Erik Soderstrom Contact: Mega Records Skepparegatan 8 1tr 114 52 Stockholm SWEDEN Phone: +46-(0)8-6633660 Fax : +46-(0)8-6633696 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- All CD reviews are available on the Scandinavian Indie WWW: http://www.lysator.liu.se/~chief/reviews.html ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- //Erik (chief@lysator.liu.se) ------------------------------ Date: Wed, 2 Apr 1997 09:14:16 +0100 (BST) From: "T. Nielsen" Subject: new participator Hi, I am Christine from Denmark and this is just a short note to let you know that I am on the list as well. I don't know that much about scandinavien indiemusic, since I am more into metal, hard-core and rapmetal, but there is a quite a few bands from Scandinavian, which have caught my interest as well. At the moment I am trying to do my thesis from a university in Denmark, Aarhus, about genderrelated subjects in latest rockmusic. Mostly I write about bands with female members, since women have had a lot of problems in an original misogynist universe - the world of rockmusic at it's core! But luckily the past few years have shown a great change. In connection to my thesis, does anybody know if the Icelandic band Kolrassa Krokidandi is available (in the preferably, since I am staying in Scotland at the moment) in a more "friendly" version than Kynjasogur? Though I know a bit of Icelandic, it is difficult to understand everything on their record. And what about Drain from Sweden, how do I get their record? Someone will probably know. Finally a question regarding the list, how many people are subscribing and/or contributing to it? From Christine ------------------------------ Date: Wed, 2 Apr 1997 11:38:11 +0300 (EET DST) From: Pete Korhonen To: scan-indie@lysator.liu.se Subject: Enternet WWW-pages will be opened soon... Hello there! Enternet - the Official Enter WWW-site will be opening soon at the URL: http://www.media.jns.fi/enternet Visit for the latest info. Pete ---------------------------- Date: Wed, 02 Apr 1997 10:49:49 -0500 From: Blue Studio Productions Subject: One more time I sent a letter a few days back(in bad swedish!) about a trek I'm planning to make to a bunch of radio stations in the southeast US. I am co-owner of a small indie studio originally from Malmo, but has just set up in Atlanta. We have an album coming out any day now, and I've been busy contacting radio stations(commercial, college and otherwise). I'm hoping to visit a lot of them personally. I wanted to ask any of you out there if you have some good music out there on cd(or good quality cassette) I'd be happy to take them along with me and present them the same time I present our own stuff. The stations will be mostly from the universities--I would think nearly any type of music would be appreciated--but I think english lyrics are helpful here. A newspaper clipping or an english bio is also a plus. Please send your recordings to me at: Wendy Kendrick Blue Studio Productions 4925 Lakeside Dr. Atlanta, GA 30360-1718 USA You can also email me if you have questions, bluestudio@inetnow.net Just call me a "scan-indie ambassador of music" Thanks! Wendy P.S. thanks to all who have written me about this already.... --------------------------------- Date: Wed, 2 Apr 1997 18:56:57 +0100 From: Michael Rehnstrom Subject: Re: Underground (gbg) gigs, April 97 Petter Tiilikainen wrote: > Just got the Before the Trenches CD5 and the Moby Dick CD, "Moby dick" has been out for almost one week now. Isn't it time that someone mails in a review of it, at least a short one. How does this album compare with earlier Bear Quartet albums? /Micke ---------------------------------- Date: Wed, 2 Apr 1997 18:42:19 +0100 From: Michael Rehnstrom Subject: Re: a question Isabella wrote: >Chris Forsberg wrote: >> Has anybody heard of a 2nd version of the Cardigans' "Lovefool" video, one >> where Nina is singing and some old guy is crying on a couch? Apparently >> this is different from the one MTV USA plays with the band on the boat and >> the bottle in the water, etc. >> Any info appreciated -- >> Chris > >I tought that was the real video!!!!!!! But Iīve seen both. >Well the video starts with Nina putting on a red tape with the words >LNS(does it meen linda norrman-skugge?) written on it and then she >starts sing-dictate Lovefool.And she is spying on him and i canīt >remember moore. >/Isabella I guess that there are two videos because of the fact that there are people in some countries (like the USA) who get seriously injured when they see other people naked. I mean, in the "european version" of the video you can see a woman (from behind) taking off her bra. And who knows what kind of monster you will turn into if you see things like that too often :-). /Micke, cherishing "Modern love" ------------------------------- Date: Wed, 2 Apr 1997 20:24:03 +0200 (MET DST) From: Petter Tiilikainen Subject: Re: Underground (gbg) gigs, April 97 According to Michael Rehnstrom: > Petter Tiilikainen wrote: > > >Just got the Before the Trenches CD5 and the Moby Dick CD, > > "Moby dick" has been out for almost one week now. Isnīt it time that > someone mails in a review of it, at least a short one. How does this album > compare with earlier Bear Quartet albums? I haven't really had a chance to listen to it that many times yet, but in the meantime, I could say that I think it's better than Holy Holy and Everybody Else. Even though I think there's a few gems on both those album.. Oh well, I'm really bad at reviewing records, I'll say something more about the album in a few days. Petter --------------------------------- Date: Wed, 2 Apr 1997 23:42:59 +0200 (MET DST) From: chief@lysator.liu.se Subject: FWD: Sin's CD Reviews - Fidget "No Boogie Coming Your Way" Forwarded (as I suspect it was meant for the list :-)): > Date: Wed, 2 Apr 1997 15:15:28 +0300 (EET DST) > From: Timo Riitamaa > Subject: Re: Sin's CD Reviews - Fidget "No Boogie Coming Your Way" > 2. Figure Four Leglock (2.25) But the big question is, why do my nostrils say "guided by voices"? Boogie. Timo --------------------------------- Date: Wed, 2 Apr 1997 23:43:16 +0200 (MET DST) From: chief@lysator.liu.se Subject: Re: new participator On Wed, 2 Apr 1997, "T. Nielsen" wrote about: new participator Hi Christine, > At the moment I am trying to do my thesis from a university in Denmark, > Aarhus, about genderrelated subjects in latest rockmusic. Mostly I write > about bands with female members, since women have had a lot of problems > in an original misogynist universe - the world of rockmusic at it's core! > But luckily the past few years have shown a great change. You're definitely right about that. It looks like the number of all-female (or at least more female than male) bands in Sweden have increased lately. Though it might also just be because more and more of them are getting record contracts, more attention etc. I'm not sure. Candysuck for example (one male member), have been around for several years, but they've just released their debut album. Sindy Kills Me (now "resting") and The Pusjkins are two other examples. Backfish is another band with only one male member - who also released their debut album not long ago. Then we have the more "new" ones, yet without any debut albums out - but will soon enough join the club as well like Sahara Hotnights (AWSF) and Sparky (no contract). Those are the ones that comes to my mind right now, but I'm sure there are several others. > And what about Drain from Sweden, how do I get their record? You can try contacting their label MVG - mvg@mnw.se and ask them - they are nice people. :-) Or check out the Swedish record mailorder places on the net - you can find a bunch of links to such places at: http://www.lysator.liu.se/~chief/favlinks.html > Finally a question regarding the list, how many people are subscribing > and/or contributing to it? The first question is easy: "Live" (or normal) list today: 247 and "Digest" list today: 58. It changes daily - but it has been around 250/50 for a while now. But when it comes to contributing to the list - I have no idea, but it isn't as many as I (and I expect everyone else) would like. //Erik (chief@lysator.liu.se) ------------------------------ Date: Wed, 2 Apr 1997 23:43:32 +0200 (MET DST) From: chief@lysator.liu.se Subject: Sin's Music on the Radio [07-Apr-97] ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Scandinavian Indie MUSIC ON THE RADIO Scandinavian Indie April 7 -> 10 by Erik Soderstrom (chief@lysator.liu.se) Day Date Artist Recorded --- ----- --------------------------------- -------------------------------- Mon 7/4 Arvid Lule}, 07-Dec-96 Tue 8/4 Hada Raina Ume}, Folkmusik Fest. 01-Mar-97 Wed 9/4 TBA Thu 10/4 Fu Manchu Hedemora, Dalarocken -96 This list covers the Swedish National Channel P3's "Live" - at 21.03-22.00 or 18.03-19.00 where marked with a '*'. (R) = Rerun ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- This list is also available on the Scandinavian Indie WWW pages at: http://www.lysator.liu.se/~chief/uprad.html ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------- Date: Thu, 03 Apr 1997 09:51:10 +0100 From: Johanna Hillgren Subject: hi everyone! hello everyone, I'm Daniel. while I'm new on the list Erik told me to write you all a few things about myself. I'm into music, of course. Why would I be on the list if I wasn't. It all started in 1983 (I was 9 then) when I bought my first record, "Speak & Spell" by Depeche Mode. during the rest of the 80s I was one of those hardcore DM fans and I still consider them as one of the best bands in the world (actually i just received the new album "Ultra" in the mail today. It's wonderful). When Ride came along they kinda changed my view on music. From thereon I've been into "indie" music and today I listen to quite a lot of those bands. My swedish favourites are bob hund, Hardy Nilsson and Yvonne (brilliant new album, really brilliant) and a few others. I'm a journalist and has just about finished journalist school. I write about music in the swedish daily paper "Hallands Nyheter" and I also give my opinion on demos in "Goteborgs-Posten Aveny". Nowadays I don't have much time for working while I'm playing guitar with the band Fidget and we've just released our debut album. By the way, you all want me to break a secret? Fidget are gonna support Gene on their scandinavian tour in two weeks. Four dates and I'm kinda happy. hope to heaar from you all, Daniel Claeson (johanna.hillgren@swipnet.se) ----------------------------------- Date: Thu, 3 Apr 1997 11:24:40 +0200 From: beluga@wineasy.se Subject: Oblivians & Revelators(non Scan) Tonight on the radio Oblivians & Revelators P3 Musikjournalen 19,00 - 21,00 Should be interesting... Trevor ------------------------------ Date: Thu, 3 Apr 1997 19:47:19 +0200 From: iggystooge.livevid@mailbox.swipnet.se Subject: Di Leva Di Leva chattar pa Torget tisdagen den 15 april mellan klockan 17 och 18! Adress: http://www12.torget.se/webchat/. Skriv in i almanackan redan nu! tack till FAALLS/max som gjorde mig uppmarksammad pa det. ------------------------------ Date: Thu, 3 Apr 1997 23:04:07 +0300 (EET DST) From: Timo Riitamaa Subject: Re: hi everyone! > bands. my swedish favourites are bob hund, Hardy Nilsson and Yvonne Yeah! i saw Bob Hund at Tavastia (warm up gracefully by none other than Larry And The Lefthanded)... it wasn't so much the music, indie rawk (that Pavement used to do better) treated with a thorough cut and paste, start & stop method (that YUP & a few others has been doing for years.) the thing that made me drool jealously on my invasion boots was their stage presence. like the singer... i mean, i could go into detail about all the little things he did, running around the audience etc. but the main thing is, he really looked like he liked what he was doing. and hey, they've got scandinavia's coolest guitar player too. Oh yeah, a name to remember: Whistle Pig. really catchy sonic youth guided by voices rawk'n'roll combo with idiotically brilliant melodies to be found under the distortion. n.p. Roope & The Rockets - White House Recording may the boogie continue -Timo ------------------------------ Date: Fri, 4 Apr 1997 00:19:45 +0200 (MET DST) From: chief@lysator.liu.se Subject: Sin's Music on the TV [04-Apr-97] ----------------------------------------------------------------------- Scandinavian Indie MUSIC ON THE TV Scandinavian Indie April 4 -> April 10 by Erik Soderstrom (chief@lysator.liu.se) Day Date Artist/What TV Program Channel Time --- ----- ---------------------- ------------------- ----------- ----- Fri 4/4 Wilma Bambola ZTV 18.15 R Rock Inhemskt FTV 22.15 The Cardigans The Late Show w/DL ZTV 23.30 Sat 5/4 Wilma Bambola ZTV 19.15 R This Perfect Day Centralen SVT 2 21.30 Nirvana Unplugged MTV Europe 23.00 R Sun 6/4 Latin Kings Musikbyr}n SVT 1 12.15 R Video Top List Toppen ZTV 17.15 Mon 7/4 Echobelly White Room ZTV 19.15 This Perfect Day Centralen SVT 2 23.40 R Luscious Jackson SNL ZTV 00.05 R Tue 8/4 Video Top List Toppen ZTV 19.15 R Musikmagasinet Musikmagasinet ZTV 20.00 Silverchair Live'n'Direct MTV Europe 21.30 Alternative Nation Alternative Nation MTV Europe 00.00 Hotel Babylon Hotel Babylon TV 4 01.25 R Wed 9/4 Video Top List Voxpop SVT 1 19.20 Nirvana Unplugged MTV Europe 00.00 R Thu 10/4 Finnish Top List Lista FTV 17.37 Video Top List Results Voxtopp SVT 1 18.55 Musikmagasinet Musikmagasinet ZTV 20.30 R R = Rerun ----------------------------------------------------------------------- This list is also available on the Scandinavian Indie WWW pages at: http://www.lysator.liu.se/~chief/uptv.html ----------------------------------------------------------------------- ----------------------------- Date: Fri, 4 Apr 1997 00:20:07 +0200 (MET DST) From: chief@lysator.liu.se Subject: Motor Tour List [03-Apr-97] ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- Scandinavian Indie Motor Tour List Scandinavian Indie April 3rd, 1997 by Erik Soderstrom (chief@lysator.liu.se) ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- SCANDINAVIAN: 59 Times the Pain Burning Heart 11/4 Tampere - Tulli club 12/4 Helsingfors - Tavastia The Cardigans Stockholm Rec. 4/4 Detroit - St. Andrews 5/4 Chicago - Metro 6/4 Minneapolis - 1st avenue 19/4 Melbourne (AUS) - Hey Hey Saturday 21/4 Melbourne (AUS) - Prince Of Wales 23/4 Sydney (AUS) - The Metro 25/4 Aukland (NZ) - Bruce Mason Theatre 27/4 Hong Kong - Bar City 29/4 Taipei (Taiwan) - tba 15/5 Vancouver - Vogue Theatre 16/5 Seattle - Moore Theatre 17/5 Portland - La Luna 19/5 San Fransisco - Warfield Theatre 20/5 Los Angeles - Wiltern Theatre 22/5 Denver - Red Rocks 24/5 Minneaoolis - Edgefest 25/5 Chicago - World Q101 26/5 Milwaukee - tba 29/5 Tulsa - Cains Ballroom 30/5 Dallas - Deep Ellum Live 1/6 Mexico City - Metropolitan Theatre 13/6 Hultsfred - Festival 14/6 Talinn - Summerrock 15/6 Seinajoki - Provinssirock 28/6 Lissabon - Ritmos & Blues Festival 18/7 Detroit - Pine Knob 19/7 Detroit - Pine Knob 20/7 Rochester - Finger Lakes P.A.C 22/7 Boston - Great Woods 24/7 Hartford - The Meadows 25/7 Wantagh - Jones Beach 26/7 Holmdel - PNC Bank Arts Center 27/7 Philadephia - Mann Music Center 29/7 Washinton DC - Merriweather Post Eggstone Vibrafon 8/4 Tokyo - Club Quattro 9/4 Nagoya - Club Quattro 10/4 Fukoka - Crossing Hall 11/4 Osaka - Club Quattro 13/4 Tokyo - Blitz 10/5 Jonkoping - Eldslandet Gordon Roligan 23/4 Kopenhamn - Loppen Liberator Burning Heart 18/4 Amsterdam - Melkweg 19/4 Utrecht - Tivoli 24/4 Hamburg - Marquee 25/4 Potsdam - Lindenpark 26/4 Chemintz - AJZ Talsshock 27/4 Geisslingen - Maikaferhausle 28/4 Freiburg - Cafe Atlantic 29/4 Bochum - Zwischenfall 30/4 Wilhemshafen - Kling-Klang Millencolin Burning Heart 23/4 Helsinki - Tavastia 25/4 Bergen - Hulen 26/4 Oslo - Sentrum 27/4 Trondheim - Velta Scene 7/5 Lund - Mejeriet 8/5 Kobenhavn - Loppen 9/5 Amsterdam - Melkweg 10/5 Tongeren - Velinx 11/5 Brussel - VK 13/5 Marseille - ccm Mirabeau 14/5 Barcelona - Garage Club 15/5 Madrid - El Sol 16/5 Bordeaux - Theatre Barbey 17/5 Paris - Fahrenheit 21/5 Munich - Babylon 22/5 Nurnberg - Forum 23/5 Chemnitz - AJZ 24/5 Berlin - SO36 25/5 Hamburg - Markthalle 26/5 Braunschweig - Jolly Joker 27/5 Koln - Live Music 28/5 Stuttgart - Longhorn 29/5 Herford - Kick 30/5 Essen - Zeche Carl 31/5 Bremen - Schachthof 1/6 Osnabruck - Hyde Park No Fun At All Burning Heart 3/4 Quebec - tba 5/4 Quebec - Centre du Rocher 11/4 Tampere - Tulli club 12/4 Helsingfors - Tavastia 16/4 Adelaide - Cartoons Nightclub 17/4 Ballarat - Bridge Mall Inn 18/4 Geelong - The Barwon Club 19/4 Melbourne - The Lava Lounge 20/4 Melbourne - Punters Club 22/4 Sydney - Wollongong University 23/4 Newcastle - Cambridge Hotel 24/4 Sydney - Manning Bar 25/4 Brisbane - The Crash and Burn 26/4 Goldcoast - Playroom Peace Love & Pitbulls MNW 3/4 Uppsala - Sten Sture & Co 4/4 Helsingborg - The Tivoli 5/4 Eskilstuna - Skylight 8/4 Stockholm - Electric Garden 9/4 Oslo - So What! 10/4 Salen - Hojdpunkten 11/4 Sundsvall - Pipeline 12/4 Bergen - Kvarteret Psyched Up Janis (DK) Replay/Metronome 3/4 Frederikshavn - Qs Kapel 4/4 Alborg - Studenterhuset 5/4 Hjorring - Sysseltinget 10/4 Arhus - Huset 11/4 Kolding - Pitstop 12/4 Herning - Fermaten 17/4 Odense - Rytmeposten 18/4 Esbjerg - Studentercafeen 19/4 Svendborg - Banjen 24/4 Sonderborg - Gymnasiet 25/4 Haderslev - Panic 26/4 Vejle - Paraplyen 2/5 Ronne - Bornholms Musikhus Randy Dolores 3/4 Den Haag - Paard 4/4 Sittard - Fenix 5/4 Goes - Beast 6/4 Den Bosch - Willem ll Satanic Surfers Burning Heart 10/4 Rotterdam - Basement 11/4 Eindhoven - Effenaar 12/4 Sneek - Bolwerk 13/4 Amsterdam - Melkweg 15/4 Gent - Charlatan 16/4 Kontich - Lintfabriek 17/4 Tongeren - Sjofaas 18/4 Trier - Exile 19/4 Wailbilingen - Villa Roller 21/4 Zurich - Dynamo 23/4 Albi - tba 24/4 Barcelona - Garatge 25/4 San Sebastian - Keops 26/4 Paris - Cafe Le Dance 27/4 Lille - Aernonef 28/4 Wangen - JUZ Tonne 29/4 Munich - Ballroom 30/4 Weinhem - Cafe Central 1/5 Oberhausen - Altenberg 2/5 Koln - Underground 3/5 Verden - JUZ 7/5 Mejeriet - Lund This Perfect Day MNW 4/4 Karlstad - Jager 9/4 Uppsala - Ostgota Nation 10/4 Are - Country Club 11/4 Are - Country Club 12/4 Are - Country Club 13/4 Are - Country Club 14/4 Are - Country Club 15/4 Are - Country Club 16/4 Are - Country Club 19/4 Lulea - Karhuset 26/4 Eskilstuna - Skylight 30/4 Orebro - Festivalborg 7/5 Stockholm - Grona Lund 8/5 Linkoping - Herrgar'n 10/5 Karlskoga - Viktoria 31/5 Goteborg - Liseberg 6/6 Falkoping - tba 13/6 Hultsfred - Festival Vacuum Stockholm Records 17/4 Goteborg - Valand 30/4 Ljungby - Garvaren ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- NON-SCANDINAVIAN: Lauriel Aitken & The Jing and Jangsters (JAM) 7/4 Stockholm - Studion 8/4 Lund - Mejeriet 9/4 Kopenhamn - Rust Anathema (UK) 24/4 Malmo - KB 25/4 Stockholm - Studion Blur (UK) EMI 7/4 Stockholm - Solnahallen 8/4 Kobenhavn - Valbyhallen Bodycount feat. Ice T (US) Virgin 22/5 Kobenhavn - Pumpehuset Catherine (US) Sony Special gusts: Micheal Van Dyke (TY) MNW 4/4 Kobenhavn - Rust 5/4 Stockholm - Studion The Cranes (UK) + Silkscreen (UK) BMG 12/5 Stockholm - Studion 13/5 Lund - Smaland Nation 14/5 Malmo - KB Gene (UK) Polygram 14/4 Kobenhavn - Lila Vega 16/4 Oslo - So What 17/4 Stockholm - Studion 18/4 Malmo - KB Jeru The Damaja (US) Polygram 14/5 Kobenhavn - Vega 15/5 Stockholm - Electric Garden Pavement (US) MNW Special Guests: High Llamas (UK) 7/4 Kobenhavn - Loppen 8/4 Oslo - Rockefeller 9/4 Malmo - KB Redd Kross (US) PolyGram Special Guests: BIS (UK) MNW 17/5 Stockholm - Studion 18/5 Oslo - So What 19/5 Goteborg - Underground 20/5 Lund - Mejeriet Ten Foot Pole (US) Epitaph special guests: Hi-Standard (JPN) Border 5/4 Karlskrona - Oden 6/4 Stockholm - Studion Type O Negative (US) Roadrunner 15/5 Kobenhavn - Vega ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- FESTIVALS: Hultsfred Festival 1997 12-14 June Rockparty/Motor The Prodigy (UK), Rage Against The Machine (USA), Wu-Tang Clan (USA), Supergrass (UK), Cardigans, Peace Love & Pitbulls, DiLeva, Dilba, Marilyn Manson (USA), Daft Punk (FRA), New Bomb Turks (USA), Soundtrack Of Our Lives, Bob Hund, The Original Electric Banana Band feat. Trazan, Banarne & Olyckan, Monica Zetterlund, Entombed, This Perfect Day, Hellacopters, Voodoo Glow Skulls (USA), Goldfinger (USA), The Reverend Horton Heat (USA), Descendents (USA), S.P.O.C.K., Souls, Komeda, Randy, Superswirls, Candysuck, Breach, Loosegoats, Petrol, DJ Krush (JPN), DJ A Guy Called Gerald (UK), DJ Fabio (UK), DJ Jonny L (UK), DJ Peanut Butter Wolf (USA), DJ Kid Loops (UK), Bentley Rythm Ace (UK), Hard Knox (UK), DJ Midfield General (UK), DJ Cut Le Roc (UK), Absent Minded, Cherno, Sherlock, Josh & Abel, Dr. Kosmos & Friends, Minimalisterna, DJ Seba, DJ Johnny Boy, Bim Sherman (JAM), Apocalyptica (SF), Esbjorn Svensson Trio, Bengt Sandh, Josefin Och Odjuren, Monostar, Proboscis, Silverbullet, Fidget, Monster. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- The UPDATES are posted three-four times / month. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------- Date: Fri, 4 Apr 1997 02:19:39 +0200 (MET DST) From: chief@lysator.liu.se Subject: Sin's NSIB Gig Guide [04-Apr-97] ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Scan-Indie Non-Scandinavian Indie Bands Gig Guide Scan-Indie April 4, 1997 Corrections, additions or comments to: chief@lysator.liu.se ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Included: Bis, Blur, Bodycount, Catherine, The Charlatans, Cranes, Eels, Gene, Kula Shaker, Live, Morphine, Pavement, Prodigy, Redd Kross, Supergrass, Swell, Type O Negative, U2. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Bis (UK) (w/Redd Kross) 17/5 Stockholm, Studion 18/5 Oslo, So What (N) 19/5 Goteborg, Underground 20/5 Lund, Mejeriet Blur (UK) 7/4 Stockholm, Solnahallen (w/This Perfect Day) 8/4 Copenhagen, Valbyhallen (DK) Bodycount feat. Ice T (US) 22/5 Copenhagen, Pumpehuset (DK) Catherine (US) (w/Michael Van Dyke) 4/4 Copenhagen, Rust (DK) 5/4 Stockholm, Studion (20 SEK) The Charlatans (UK) 12/6 Hultsfred, Festival -14/6 Cranes (UK) (w/Silkscreen) 12/5 Stockholm, Studion 13/5 Lund, Smalands Nation 14/5 Malmo, KB Eels (US) 10/5 Malmo, KB Gene (UK) 14/4 Copenhagen, Lilla Vega (w/Fidget) (DK) 16/4 Oslo, So What (w/Fidget) (N) 17/4 Stockholm, Studion (w/Fidget) (120 SEK) 18/4 Malmo, KB (w/Fidget) 9/5 Helsinki, Vanha (SF) Kula Shaker (UK) 13/5 Stockholm, Electric Garden Live 6/4 Stockholm, Cirkus Morphine 12/5 Stockholm, Electric Garden 13/5 Oslo, Rockefeller (N) 15/5 Copenhagen, Vega (DK) Pavement (US) (w/High Llamas) 7/4 Copenhagen, Loppen (DK) 8/4 Oslo, Rockefeller (N) 9/4 Malmo, KB Prodigy (UK) 12/6 Hultsfred, Festival -14/6 Redd Kross (US) (w/Bis) 17/5 Stockholm, Studion 18/5 Oslo, So What (N) 19/5 Goteborg, Underground 20/5 Lund, Mejeriet Supergrass (UK) 12/6 Hultsfred, Festival -14/6 Swell 23/5 Oslo, So What (N) 28/5 Copenhagen, Loppen (DK) Type O Negative (US) 15/5 Copenhagen, Vega (DK) U2 (IE) 2/8 Goteborg, Ullevi 4/8 Copenhagen, Parken (DK) 6/8 Oslo, Vallehovin (N) 9/8 Helsinki, Olympiastadion (SF) ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- This list is also available on the Scandinavian Indie Web-pages at: http://www.lysator.liu.se/~chief/tournon.html ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------- Date: Fri, 4 Apr 1997 02:20:01 +0200 (MET DST) From: chief@lysator.liu.se Subject: Sin's SIBOS Gig Guide [04-Apr-97] ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Scan-Indie Scand. Indie Bands Outside Scandinavia Gig Guide Scan-Indie April 4, 1997 Corrections, additions or comments to: chief@lysator.liu.se ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Included: The Cardigans, Cloudberry Jam, Counterblast, Eggstone, Gus Gus, Komeda, Statemachine, The Wannadies. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- The Cardigans 4/4 Detroit, St. Andrews Hall (US) 5/4 Chicago, Metro (US) 6/4 Minneapolis, 1st avenue (US) 19/4 Melbourne, Hey Hey Saturday (AU) 21/4 Melbourne, Prince Of Wales (AU) 23/4 Sydney, The Metro (AU) 25/4 Aukland, Bruce Mason Theatre (NZ) 27/4 Hong Kong, Bar City (HK) 29/4 Taipei (TW) 15/5 Vancouver, Vogue Theatre (CA) 16/5 Seattle, Moore Theatre (US) 17/5 Portland, La Luna (US) 19/5 San Fransisco, Warfield Theatre (US) 20/5 Los Angeles, Wiltern Theatre (US) 22/5 Denver, Red Rocks (US) 24/5 Minneaoolis, Edgefest (US) 25/5 Chicago, World Q101 (US) 26/5 Milwaukee (US) 29/5 Tulsa, Cains Ballroom (US) 30/5 Dallas, Deep Ellum Live (US) 1/6 Mexico City, Metropolitan Theatre (MX) 14/6 Talinn, Summerrock (EE) 15/6 Seinajoki, Provinssirock (SF) 28/6 Lissabon, Ritmos & Blues Festival (PT) 18/7 Detroit, Pine Knob (US) 19/7 Detroit, Pine Knob (US) 20/7 Rochester, Finger Lakes P.A.C (US) 22/7 Boston, Great Woods (US) 24/7 Hartford, The Meadows (US) 25/7 Wantagh, Jones Beach 26/7 Holmdel, PNC Bank Arts Center 27/7 Philadephia, Mann Music Center (US) 29/7 Washinton DC, Merriweather Post (US) Cloudberry Jam 9/4 Nagoya, Club Quattro (w/Eggstone) (J) 10/4 Osaka, Club Quattro (J) 11/4 Fukuoka, Crossing Hall (J) 13/4 Tokyo, Blitz (w/Eggstone) (J) 14/4 Tokyo, Club Quattro (J) 15/4 Nagano, Mythos (J) Counterblast (w/Scatha) 4/4 Innsbruck, Eg (A) 5/4 Leonberg, Beatbaracke (D) 6/4 Freigericht, Cafe Wojtyla (D) 7/4 Duisburg, Fabrik (D) 8/4 Liege, La Zone (B) 9/4 St. Niklaas, Kompass (not w/Scatha) (B) 10/4 Rendsburg, T-Stube (not w/Scatha) (D) 11/4 Flensburg, Kulhause (not w/Scatha) (D) Eggstone 8/4 Tokyo, Club Quattro (J) 9/4 Nagoya, Club Quattro (w/Cloudberry Jam) (J) 10/4 Fukoka, Crossing Hall (J) 11/4 Osaka, Club Quattro (J) 13/4 Tokyo, Blitz (w/Cloudberry Jam) (J) Gus Gus (IS) Jun - US Tour (eight gigs) Summer - Europe, Festivals Komeda (w/Ben Folds Five) 12/4 US Tour -3/5 (12 gigs with Ben Folds Five + a few on their own) Statemachine (w/S.P.O.C.K) 4/4 Magdeburg, Factory (D) 5/4 Berlin, Kesselhaus (D) 6/4 Essen, Zeche Carl (D) 7/4 Braunschweig, Jolly Joker (D) 8/4 Herford, Kick (D) 9/4 Erlangen, E Werk (D) 10/4 Erfurt, Rotplombe (D) 11/4 Cottbus, Gladhouse (D) 12/4 Chemnitz, Kraftwerk (D) 13/4 Koln, Kantine (D) 14/4 Saarbruken, KuFa (D) 15/4 Wien, Szene Wien (A) 17/4 Augsburg, Kerosin (D) 18/4 Rostock, M.A.U. (D) 19/4 Hamburg, Gr. Freiheit (D) 20/4 Stavenhangen, Tankhaus (D) The Wannadies Apr-May US Tour (dates, venues, cities not decided yet) 12/5 UK Tour -29/5 (dates, venues, cities not decided yet) ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- This list is also available on the Scandinavian Indie Web-pages at: http://www.lysator.liu.se/~chief/tourswe2.html ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- --------------------------------- Date: Fri, 4 Apr 1997 02:20:21 +0200 (MET DST) From: chief@lysator.liu.se Subject: Sin's SIB Gig Guide [04-Apr-97] ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Scandinavian Indie Scandinavian Indie Bands Gig Guide Scandinavian Indie April 4, 1997 Corrections, additions or comments to: chief@lysator.liu.se ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Included: Atomic Swing, The Bear Quartet, bob hund, Brazzaville, Broder Daniel, Candysuck, The Cardigans, Chunks, Cinnamon, Dark Side Cowboys, Dipper, Eggstone, Emerick, Fidget, Fireside, Fivel, Gus Gus, Honey Is Cool, Komeda, Lemonator, Loosegoats, Mary Beats Jane, Mindjive, Monostar, The Mopeds, Petrol, Psyched Up Janis, Ray Wonder, Salami, Silverbullet, Smash Hit Wonders, Sonic Surf City, Souls, Soundtrack Of Our Lives, Stargazer, Starmarket, Superswirls, Tambureens, This Perfect Day, Three Blind Mice, Wagon, The Wellmeant, Yvonne. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Atomic Swing 18/4 Helsingborg The Bear Quartet 10/4 Ornskoldsvik 11/4 Umea 12/4 Goteborg, Underground 14/4 Alvesta 15/4 Almhult 18/4 Skelleftea bob hund 12/6 Hultsfred, Festival -14/6 8/8 Emmaboda, Festival -9/8 Brazzaville 4/4 Hultsfred 5/4 Eskilstuna 25/4 Uppsala, Kalmar Nation Broder Daniel 8/8 Emmaboda, Festival -9/8 Candysuck 8/4 Stockholm, Kafe 44 9/4 Copenhagen, Loppen (DK) 10/4 Helsingborg 11/4 Halmstad 17/4 Lund, Smalands Nation 18/4 Boras 19/4 Goteborg, Underground 20/4 Hassleholm 9/5 Boras 10/5 Nykoping 20/5 Stockholm, Studion 14/6 Hultsfred, Festival The Cardigans 13/6 Hultsfred, Festival 8/8 Emmaboda, Festival -9/8 16/8 Karlstad, Mariebergsskogen Chunks 5/4 Stockholm, Blue Funky 25/4 Simrishamn 30/4 Stockholm, Hyndans Horna 1/5 Skovde Cinnamon 11/4 Stockholm, Tantogarden Dark Side Cowboys 18/4 Umea 19/4 Ornskoldsvik 25/4 Copenhagen (DK) 26/4 Arhus (DK) 2/5 Stockholm Dipper (w/The Mopeds, Three Blind Mice) 4/4 Uppsala 5/4 Malmo, KB Eggstone 10/5 Jonkoping, Eldslandet (w/The Mopeds) 16/5 Lund, Blekingska Nationen (w/Emerick) Emerick 16/5 Lund, Blekingska Nationen (w/Eggstone) Fidget 14/4 Copenhagen, Lilla Vega (w/Gene) (DK) 16/4 Oslo, So What (w/Gene) (N) 17/4 Stockholm, Studion (w/Gene) (120 SEK) 18/4 Malmo, KB (w/Gene) 12/6 Hultsfred, Festival -14/6 8/8 Emmaboda, Festival -9/8 Fireside 11/4 Lulea, Sporthallen Fivel 6/4 Stockholm, Bottleneck, Tre Kronor 11/4 Lund, Blekingska Nationen Gus Gus (IS) Summer - Festivals, Europe Honey Is Cool 25/4 Lund, Blekingska Nationen (release party) 17/5 Goteborg, Underground Komeda 12/6 Hultsfred, Festival -14/6 Lemonator (SF) 4/4 Turku, Karen (SF) 5/4 Rauma, Ponytail (SF) 11/4 Vantaa, Vernissa (SF) 18/4 Kouvola, Sip Pub (SF) 25/4 Pori, Music Mecca (SF) 30/4 Helsinki, Tavastia (SF) 1/6 Helsinki, Konerock (SF) Loosegoats 10/4 Soderkoping, 16-20 (w/Starmarket) 11/4 Vaxjo, Smalands Nation (w/Starmarket) 12/4 Nykoping, Nykult (w/Starmarket) 17/4 Flekkefjord (w/Starmarket) (N) 18/4 Bergen, Hulen (w/Starmarket) (N) 19/4 Moss, Krakereiret (w/Starmarket) (N) 3/5 Visby (w/Starmarket) 22/5 Linkoping, Herrgar'n (Student ID + 30 SEK) 12/6 Hultsfred, Festival -14/6 1/8 Hassleholm, Sommarfesten Mary Beats Jane (w/Entombed) 29/4 Lund, Mejeriet 30/4 Goteborg, Vagen 1/5 Oslo, So What (N) 2/5 Stockholm Mindjive 10/4 Stockholm, Kafe 44 Monostar 12/4 Eskilstuna, Bla 12/6 Hultsfred, Festival -14/6 The Mopeds 4/4 Uppsala (w/Dipper, Three Blind Mice) 5/4 Malmo, KB (w/Dipper, Three Blind Mice) 10/5 Jonkoping, Eldslandet (w/Eggstone) Petrol 10/4 Linkoping, Herrgar'n (Student ID + 30 SEK) 19/4 Lulea (w/This Perfect Day) 26/4 Eskilstuna (w/This Perfect Day) 7/5 Stockholm, Grona Lund (w/This Perfect Day) 7/6 Falkoping (w/This Perfect Day) 12/6 Hultsfred, Festival (Stereo stage) -14/6 Psyched Up Janis (DK) 4/4 Alborg, Studenterhuset (DK) 5/4 Hjorring, Sysseltinget (DK) 10/4 Arhus, Huset (DK) 11/4 Kolding, Pitstop (DK) 12/4 Herning, Fermaten (DK) 17/4 Odense, Rytmeposten (DK) 18/4 Esbjerg, Studentercafeen (DK) 19/4 Svendborg, Banjen (DK) 24/4 Sonderborg, Gymnasiet (DK) 25/4 Haderslev, Panic (DK) 26/4 Vejle, Paraplyen (DK) 2/5 Ronne, Bornholms Musikhus (DK) Ray Wonder 18/4 Stockholm, Studion (w/Staffan Westerberg) (110 SEK) Salami 6/4 Stockholm, Cliff Barnes (showcase) Silverbullet 18/4 Lund, Blekingska Nationen 12/6 Hultsfred, Festival -14/6 8/8 Emmaboda, Festival -9/8 Smash Hit Wonders 8/5 Surte 16/5 Vaxjo 17/5 Trollhattan, Westgothafestivalen 8/8 Emmaboda, Festival -9/8 Sonic Surf City 16/4 Copenhagen, Loppen (DK) 17/4 Malmo, KB Souls 12/6 Hultsfred, Festival -14/6 Soundtrack Of Our Lives 4/4 Helsingborg (w/Peace Love & Pitbulls) 5/4 Eskilstuna (w/Peace Love & Pitbulls) 8/4 Stockholm, Electric Garden (w/Peace Love & Pitbulls) 9/4 Oslo, So What (w/Peace Love & Pitbulls) (N) 10/4 Salen (w/Peace Love & Pitbulls) 11/4 Sundsvall (w/Peace Love & Pitbulls) 12/6 Hultsfred, Festival -14/6 8/8 Emmaboda, Festival -9/8 Stargazer 8/8 Emmaboda, Festival -9/8 Starmarket 4/4 Hultsfred, Metropol 5/4 Vanersborg, Cafe Eloge 10/4 Soderkoping, 16-20 (w/Loosegoats) 11/4 Vaxjo, Smalands Nation (w/Loosegoats) 12/4 Nykoping, Nykult (w/Loosegoats) 17/4 Flekkefjord (w/Loosegoats) (N) 18/4 Bergen, Hulen (w/Loosegoats) (N) 19/4 Moss, Krakereiret (w/Loosegoats) (N) 24/4 Linkoping, Herrgar'n (Student ID + 30 SEK) 25/4 Uppsala, Kalmar Nation 26/4 Goteborg, Underground 3/5 Visby (w/Loosegoats) 22/5 Helsinki, Tavastia (SF) 23/5 Tampere, Tulli Klubi (SF) 24/5 Joensuu, Kellari Klubi (SF) 4/7 Oskarshamn, Festival Superswirls 10/4 Gavle 12/6 Hultsfred, Festival -14/6 Tambureens 8/8 Emmaboda, Festival -9/8 This Perfect Day 4/4 Karlstad, Jager 7/4 Stockholm, Solnahallen (w/Blur) 9/4 Uppsala, Ostgota Nation 10/4 Are, Country Club 11/4 Are, Country Club 12/4 Are, Country Club 13/4 Are, Country Club 14/4 Are, Country Club 15/4 Are, Country Club 16/4 Are, Country Club 19/4 Lulea, Karhuset (w/Petrol) 26/4 Eskilstuna, Skylight (w/Petrol) 30/4 Orebro, Festivalborg 7/5 Stockholm, Grona Lund (w/Petrol) 8/5 Linkoping, SOF 10/5 Karlskoga, Viktoria 31/5 Goteborg, Liseberg 7/6 Falkoping (w/Petrol) 13/6 Hultsfred, Festival Three Blind Mice (w/Dipper, The Mopeds) 4/4 Uppsala 5/4 Malmo, KB Wagon 4/4 Jonkoping 5/4 Jonkoping 11/4 Klimpfjall 12/4 Klimpfjall The Wellmeant 16/4 Stockholm, Kulturhuset (at 19:00) May Vaxjo (Emmaboda festival CD release party) 8/8 Emmaboda, Festival -9/8 Yvonne 9/5 Lund, Blekingska Nationen ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- This list is also available on the Scandinavian Indie Web-pages at: http://www.lysator.liu.se/~chief/tourswe.html ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------- End of SIN Digest #4.17 ***********************
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