Reykjavík Grapevine - 07.01.2006, Blaðsíða 38

Reykjavík Grapevine - 07.01.2006, Blaðsíða 38
JANUARY 26 DJ Andrés and his greenroom session on the lower floor. Live music on the top floor with Magni & co. Sólon DJ B-Ruff. Prikið FRIDAY JANUARY 27 DJ Bjössi from Mínus. Bar 11 DJ Brynjar Már Sólon DJ Erna & Ellen. Prikið SATURDAY JANUARY 28 DJ Brynjar Már Sólon DJ Gulli Ósóma. Bar 11 DJ Magic. Prikið Icelandic pop band Bermúda per- forms some good old-fashioned Ice- landic pop-rock. Gaukur á Stöng is throwing a dance party. Tonight’s DJs include: Exos, Óli Ofur, DJ Tweak and DJ Rikki Cuellar Zoo Bar TUESDAY JANUARY 31 DJ Kári. Prikið THURSDAY FEBRUARY 2 DJ Ingi’s electronic session on the lower floor. Live party session on the upper floor with Magni & co. Sólon FRIDAY FEBRUARY 3 DJ Heiðar Austmann Sólon DJ Palli from Maus. Bar 11 SATURDAY FEBRUARY 4 DJ Gulli Ósóma. Bar 11 DJ Heiðar Austmann Sólon Þjóðleikhúskjallarinn. 19th Jan.2006 AMPOP Ampop recently released their third album called My Delu- sions in which they evolved from an electronica duet into a  Britpop trio. They have recently been enjoying media atten- tion from around the world and are getting to be quite popular  in the UK. This concert is a part of the tour they are currently  doing in the UK and France. Starts at 21:00 and it will cost  you 900 ISK to get in. FRIDAY JANUARY 13 Bibbi Curver hosts a rockabilly / surf-rock party on the lower floor. Progressive rock band Úlpa perform live music on the upper floor. Bar 11 DJ Brynjar Már Sólon DJ Frigore. Gaukur á Stöng DJ Kári playes hiphop/dance music, and for some reason, tonight is Hal- loween night at Prikið. Prikið German techno superstars Mode- selektor perform along with Dr.Mister & Mr.Handsome, Ozy and DJ Knob. Visuals by Biogen. Tickets are 1500 ISK a piece. Nasa SATURDAY JANUARY 14 DJ Brynjar Már Sólon DJ Frigore. Gaukur á Stöng DJ Palli from Maus. Bar 11 Icelandic boy/pop rock-band Skítamórall do that thing that they do. Doors open at 23:00 and 1000 ISK will get you through those doors. Nasa Rock music by some of Iceland’s most active underground bands. Lineup: Bertel, Innvortis, Japanese Super Shift, Morðingjarnir and Dikta. TÞM Tónlistarþróunarmiðstöð Supermodel DJ girls Erna & Ellen make sure you dance. Prikið TUESDAY JANUARY 17 DJ Kári plays some of his favorites. Prikið WEDNESDAY JANUARY 18 DJ Maggi from the band Úlpa. Prikið THURSDAY JANUARY 19 DJ Ingi on the lower floor. Live party music with Magni & co. Sólon DJ Teddy. Prikið Live concert with Ampop, an Icelan- dic band that is gaining much suc- cess around the world. Entry is 900 ISK. Leikhúskjallarinn FRIDAY JANUARY 20 Bóndadagur (Husband’s Day) is to- day so DJ Magic will be exceptionally manly tonight and play some macho music. Prikið night. Breakbeat music at it’s finest. Tonight’s main attrac- tion is Pendulum from Australia. Supporting DJs are Iceland’s own Kalli, Lelli and Ewok. Tickets avail- able from Þruman, Laugavegur 69 at 1000ISK or you can buy tickets at the door for 1500ISK. Starts at 22:00. Nasa DJ Buddy Love. Gaukur á Stöng DJ Gulli Ósóma. Bar 11 DJ Heiðar Austmann Sólon SATURDAY JANUARY 21 DJ B-Ruff, possibly the best looking hiphop DJ in Iceland. Prikið DJ Heiðar Austmann Sólon DJ Palli Maus. Bar 11 Live performances by Kings of Hell, Hairdoctor, Úlpa, Jan Mayen and Krummi from Mínus. DJ Buddy Love covers the upper floor. Gaukur á Stöng Partyzone party. The Partyzone DJs have been responsible for some of the best dance-music parties in Ice- land for years and there is no reason to expect tonight to be any different. Nasa SUNDAY JANUARY 22 American rockabilly superstars Kings of Hell perform live and DJ Dave plays some rockabilly music as well. Bar 11 TUESDAY JANUARY 24 DJ Kári. Prikið WEDNESDAY JANUARY 25 DJ Maggi from Úlpa. Prikið THURSDAY LISTINGS Music and nightlife events usually start around 21:00, unless otherwise stated. Pubs close at 01:00 on weekdays and much, much later on weekends. For those just wanting to party, the pubs and clubs don’t get crowded until after midnight on weekends, although Thursday is a semi-official night out. Compiled by Karl Ingi Karlsson. LISTINGS Want to be seen in the listings? Send us a mail to and your event will be announced in the next issue, and the best thing is that being in the listings is free! EVENTS Compiled by Karl Ingi Karlsson. Telecommunications Museum Tue,Thu & Sun 13:00-17:00 The Museum displays old telephones and tele- graph equipment and the history of telephony in Iceland. The house was built as a coast radio station. Teddi - Workshop 10:00-18:00 every day Open workshop of tree sculptures by the artist Teddi Saga Museum 12:00-17:00 every day. Historical figures and major events in Icelandic history from the time of the earliest settlers right up to the Reformation, brought to life in unique and exciting ways—with WAX. Reykjavík Zoo and Family Park 10:00-17:00 every day Icelandic domestic animals, local animals and birds, such as reindeers, seals and foxes. The Family Park is part of it and offers various activi- ties for the whole family. Just don’t look for the bull—he’s dead. Do you really want to explain that to the whole family? Reykjavík Botanical Garden Daily 10:00-17:00 Contains an extensive collection of native Icelan- dic flora, as well as thousands of imported plants and trees. Nýlistasafnið, The Living Art Museum Icelandic artists Þór Vigfússon and Ívar Valgarðs- son present their works along with Kees Visser from Holland. The artists use different methods to work with abstract forms. Numismatic Collection of the Central Bank Mon-Fri 9:00-17:00, Closed 12:00-13:00. Icelandic coin & banknote exhibition Harbour House Daily 10:00 -17:00 An exhibition of works from Erró’s youth. The selection includes images he made while growing up in Kirkjubæjarklaustur and some of his student works. Hafnarfjörður Folk Museum Pakkhúsið, open: May – Sept, Weekends 13:00 – 17:00, Sívertsens-House, May – Sept, Weekends 13:00 – 17:00 At Smiðjan, Strandgata 50 you will find the head- quarters of the Folk Museum. In the main exhibi- tions room you can see the ongoing exhibition ‘Thus it was…’ where the history of Hafnarfjörður and its neighbourhood is shown from the settle- ment of the Vikings until modern times through historical texts and photos. Gallery i8 Wed-Fri 11:00-17:00, 13:00-17:00 Sat. Ólafur Gíslason’s exhibition of drawings, a sculp- ture and a video piece. Culture House Daily 11:00-17:00 Ongoing exhibitions include: Medieval Manu- scripts - Eddas and Sagas The National Museum - As it was, The Road to Zion, The Library Room, The 50th Anniversary of Laxness’s Nobel Prize, Top-hat, Clothery and Diggadarium , and The Ancient Future. Café Karólína Aðalsteinn Svanur presents his works that con- sist of photographs of Icelandic scenery, ink-jet printed onto a piece of cloth. Ásmundarsafn, Sculpture museum 13:00-16:00 every day Bernd Koberling is a German artist who visits Ice- land every year to work on his art. This exhibition shows the watercolours he painted in Loðmundar- fjörður in 2004. Ásmundarsafn, Sculpture museum 13:00-16:00 every day A retrospective exhibition of works by Ásmundur Sveinsson, our most renowned sculptor. FRIDAY JANUARY 13 Harbor House Daily 10:00 -17:00 Gabríela Friðriksdóttir opens her Versations Tetralogia exhibition, previously presented at Venice Biennial 2005. The exhibition consists of 4 video pieces made in collaboration with Björk, Daníel Ágúst, Erna Ómarsdóttir and Sigurður Guðjónsson. Exhibition of the works of Kristín Eyfells (1917- Stúdentakjallarinn 14th Jan. 2006 APPARAT ORGAN QUARTET In spite of the name, Apparat Organ Quartet  is actually a five-piece band consisting of four  organ/synth players and a kick-ass rock & roll  drummer. They obviously listen to Kraftwerk  quite a bit but manage to add a certain rock  element to their music by using various vintage  organs and synths and, of course, they’ve got one  of the nation’s finest rock drummers hitting the  skins. Apparat Organ Quartet is something that  has to been seen in order to fully appreciate this  nation’s eccentricity. Starts at 22:00 - Ticket price is 1,000 ISK Pre-sale tickets 700 ISK Saturday 14 jan. 2006 Pre-sale. . .700 kr. Door.......1000 kr. info: 511 0905/695 5693 3


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