Norbergfestival is a 20-year running festival, held on the abandoned iron mine site of Mimerlaven in Norberg, Sweden.
A growing group of artists presents contemporary music, performances, and interdisciplinary works. We make use of what the site provides and we sleep on the ground. We extract what we produce and leave the mine as it was left in 1981.
Norbergfestival brings experimental music and performing arts to the defunct mining site of Mimerlaven, centrally located in the small post-industrial town of Norberg, Västmanland, Sweden.
Three days a year, industrial concrete buildings transform into an international playground where festival visitors experience a multicolored spectrum of electronic music, sound art, and clubs. Norbergfestival offers a unique mixture of live electronic music at the spectacular location around Mimerlaven, an abandoned mining area in the small town of Norberg.
Since it’s inauguration in 1999, the festival has evolved from a utopian counter-cultural assembly to a national front-runner and internationally recognized platform for groundbreaking and unique musical experiences. Together with light and sound installations, workshops in the fields of audio and video and a friendly and creative atmosphere matched by none, this truly makes Norbergfestival one-of-a-kind.
In 17 years Norbergfestival has grown from being a utopian project for a handful of people into one of the most important annual events in the Scandinavian electronic music scene.
You've probably seen this interview circling the web this week - it's a powerful half hour of techno DJ DVS1 talking to The School Of House. The topics are wide-reaching, but generally he's leveling some pretty well-deserved criticism of nightlife culture and discussing how festivals have impacted nightlife. Keep reading for what we think are some of the big challenge ideas that DVS1 presents in this interview.
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What happens when a basketball legend decides to take on a DJ? DJTT author Tom Hricik regularly asks veteran club DJs about their dreaded “worst night ever”. Often times, we can learn a lot from these unfortunate, but realistic circumstances – and have a few laughs while we're at it. This month, he spoke with DJ KU, a Red Bull Thre3style Southeast Champ who had to deal with an unruly patron that we're all familiar with.
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Aelion Project éclaire la nuit avec Olga et HeavyM Vous avez déjà entendu parler du studio de design visuel Aelion Project, . . .
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