Saturday, November 7, 2009


A beautiful drive the next day took us to Trondheim, home of Lasse Marhaug and Tore Boe. Klub Kanin wasn't a very big as far as I remember this, and there were more bands playing that night. We stayed with Lasse for a few hours before heading eastwards. The food was great here. The music being much more noisy than the night before. Players: Frans de Waard, Peter Duimelinks, Roel Meelkop. Gig 53: Klub Kanin, Trondheim, Norway

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  1. This was the first of the Origami Republika organised Klubb Kanin "open stage" events, and even the reason we started it. It took place at the UFFA house (that recently burned to the ground). In 2011 the Klubb Kanin still goes strong, with a "third generation" origamists organising it several times a year in Trondheim, irregularly in Oslo, and has taken place in Kabelvåg, Kristiansand and San Fernando.

    This Kapotte Muziek concert was "released" as a double-cassette in around 10 copies as a memento for local friends, together with the two other acts that night; an Origami Republika performance with soundtrack by KA and the set that Rishaug Marhaug did (yes, that's Alexander and Lasse respectively).

    The double-cassette came in a cover made by cutting up/out the poster, and was listed in the KomKol Autoprod archive.

    After eating the fresh trout we had prepared for them, Kapotte Muziek neatly cleaned up after them backstage and left us a short instructive flux composition, something like "eat the fish, play the bones for 28 minutes and 30 seconds"...

    (Tore Boe, co-organiser with Ellen Røed and Lasse Marhaug)