French electro at Christiania

The Malo Seaways was hit by emergency flares over the weekeend (Photo: DFDS)
July 4th, 2014 1:00 pm| by admin
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They sound like they’re from the heart of Sønder Boulevard in Vesterbro, but Mont Oliver actually hail from the lesser-known province of Thy in the northwest of Denmark, a region more associated with a certain Danish pilsner than cutting edge eclectic music. 

Having impressed quite a few people of late with their indefatigable stream of French electro-esque sounds dappled with influences of hip-hop and trip-hop alike, Mont Oliver are a cut above many other bands out there and can be seen for free at Nemoland.

Nemoland, Christiania; Sun 6 July, 18:00; free adm 

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