Thursday 17 August 2017, 7.30pm

Goodiepal & Pals: Day Three

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OTO Project Space (daytime)
- 2PM: Open rehearsal - free entry

CAFE OTO (evening)
- Lecture w. Goodiepal & Pals: "Hands On" - how to create an independent network for positive human trafficking in a Europe that politically gets closer and closer to 1943
- Goodiepal & pals late night extravaganza with lots of music, sketches, partly performances and a Goodiepalien re-structure of the so far unnamed ERGO PHIZMIZ's Brexit Opera...

About two years ago Goodiepal decided to stop touring alone; age had crept up on him and after many many years on the road alone he decided to form a band. The name of this band was Goodiepal & Pals. So far so good but the band members were much younger than him and had political agendas and before he knew it, GP&PLS was a political band, touring Europe engaged in political action. But for the younger members of the band that was not enough, and the band evolved into a human smuggling, riot provoking and action gaming unit, active in Greece, Serbia, Croatia, Germany and Scandinavia.

The group nowadays performs musical theatre, presents lectures and performs at riot events all over mainland Europe and Russia.


Goodiepal or Gæoudjiparl van den Dobbelsteen, whose real name is Parl Kristian Bjørn Vester, is a controversial Danish/Faroese musician/composer. The eccentric and self-made Goodiepal has influenced the course of modern music through radical excursions into computer technology and media art. Until recently he has been employed as a teacher at DIEM (Danish Institute for Electro-acoustic Music) at the Royal Academy of Music in Aarhus, Denmark. Goodiepal declared intellectual war against the stupidity in modern computer music and media art, which is to say against The Royal Academy of Music, when he quit the job in 2008. As per 2012 he lives somewhere in Europe and is married to the road.

"[His] utterly transfixing homemade musical contraptions and decidedly eccentric set-up, featuring a table filled with strange models of planets and a glass-caged metallic bird, had the whole audience rapt, not knowing whether to laugh or cry at the unconventional beauty of his astonishing performance." - Susanna Glaser, THE WIRE