BSL NRTH presents – Tegelbruk / Human Rays / Julia Fovaeus
Skånes konstförening
Bragegatan 15, Malmö
Lördagen den 16 December kl 19:30-00:00

Come join us in celebration for our debut release – live acts, visuals and DJs at this weekend’s best warm-up party!


Tegelbruk, Malmö (BSL NRTH)

What once started out as a sibling duo later evolved into the current moniker of Malmö based techno head Filip Forsström. Since the beginning of 2014, Tegelbruk has been busy producing, self-releasing and performing venues and festivals (while not acting out as ambient act Ljudvägg).

In the end of 2017, while waiting for his long-awaited debut album, BSL NRTH are proud to release ’Astrum_2016-03-13.wav’ – a live recording performed at Astrum (Malmö, Sweden) in March 2016, mastered by Joakim Lindberg (MF/MB) and available via CD/Download on December 8th.


Human Rays, STHLM (Further Records)

Through a varied output ranging between caustic noise, collapsed techno mutations and lo-fi ambient excursions – Human Rays is constructing a bleak sonic vision of dense ashen textures, industrial decay and distant melancholy.

Human Rays debut vinyl album ’A Tension’ was put out in 2016 by Seattle’s Further Records. Earlier releases consist of a handful of tapes on Varg’s defunct Blodörn label, Ominous Recordings and a couple of self-released cassettes, with several new outings in the works for the coming year.


Julia Fovaeus, Malmö

And as if the beats were not enough? We’re super happy to have visual artist, and aspiring mathematician, Juloa Fovaeus (Jewels/lill-Juvelen) with us this night. Check out Julia’s work at


DJs: BSL NRTH and Mandel Holkman


Door: 50 SEK


19:30 – Doors open
20:45 – Human Rays
22:00 – Tegelbruk

Before/Between artists:
DJ Mandel Holkman, BAR and friendly atmosphere.

General information:
BSL NRTH accept card/swish payments (and in worst case scenario cash).

Strobe lights are used during this event

Skånes konstförenings premises are adapted for people with special needs. Skånes konstförenings public program and exhibitions are presented with support from Region Skåne, Malmö Stad, Swedish Arts Council and ABF.