Friday 23 December 2016, 8pm

Goodiepal – full band show

No Longer Available

The Goodiepal is getting older and has desided not to play any more solo shows for a while since he have been doign this for the past 20 years it si probably time for somehting new, there for he as started a band, and taht is the only way you will here him from now on and a a long itme into the future...

the band consists of core members Nynne roberta Pedersen Pedersen, daniel S bøtcher, Fanny Sif pedersen x 2, Sara Nigard Rosendal, Tara Pattenden, Rosaline Münster & oliver Laumann, whit Goodiepal as teh conductor and band leater so to speak..

the band performns amoung other specialitys, Icelandic animated notation, Faroish techno, and scootys rave, it's a kommunist techno jazz goupe and its only revivals is the Moritz von Oswald trio

thing Mr scandinavia whit a whole lot of scandinaviens on top...

think everyhting you like about norway and is afraid about whit sweden, enjoy about finland, fancy abrout iceland and forgets about denmark,....


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