Icelandic band MAMMÚT crafts distorted songs while always maintaining a solid grasp on melody. In March 2014 the group received the Icelandic Music Awards for best album, best song and best album cover for their latest album "Komdu til mín svarta systir".
MAMMÚT is a powerhouse on stage, delivering series of searing post-punk songs that are splendidly fractured and neurotic. We're incredibly excited to have the band to perform their explosive live show at the Seabright Arms on 23 November.
Broen are a young young up’n’coming five-piece band from Norway. The band have already been championed by the likes of The Guardian, Consequence of Sound, BBC Radio 6 Music’s Lauren Laverne, and Bella Union’s Simon Raymonde, who recently welcomed them to his label. Combining elements of R’n’B, rap, jazz, improvisation, psychedelia, dub and electronica, Broen ignore the usual genre conventions to create their own unique sound. They have built up a reputation of being one of Norway’s finest live bands, presenting something completely out of the ordinary. Their flowery colourful costumes and signature dance moves are rivalled only by their own live prowess and musicianship. They cannot be described by drawing lines to similar acts, but simply by drawing a line towards them. In addition to playing Latitude this summer, they are also playing at Norway's Oya-festival in August, among others.