Alrune x Audhumbla goes psychedlic at EQualclub After Dark

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18. juni 2022 kl. 22:00 – 22:00
Vestergade 58
Aarhus 8000
Alrune x Audhumbla goes psychedlic at EQualclub After Dark @ CasaV58 | Aarhus | Denmark

Alrune is the psytrance project of Rune from Denmark. Alrune started making electronic music in early 90′ when he got an 8-bit sampler for his Amiga computer. Primarily playing around with Hip-Hop in the beginning but after a few years he heard his first track with psychedelic trance, and fell in love with the sound and vibes. In 98′ he moved to Aarhus and found the psytribe. Alrune have released tracks on different labels as Gi’wa Productions and Parvati Records. In 2012 Alrune and his friends (Jahbo and B8st) released the Abrahadabra album on Parvati records. Alrune make psychedelic trance because it works, its a tool for the mind, a new form for spiritual path but it needs to be perfected via digital alchemy

Audhumbla is the primordial cow goddess from norse mytholgoy. It is also the musical brainchild of Alrune & Avasaar.
As the danish duo were playing around with sounds their loving psychedelic minds merged into an abstract crooked landscape of pounding beats, groovy bass rhythms and mysterious loops… a door was discovered to a parallel world of oozing mutant disco beings that live and breed inside freaky synthesizers and love to shake their booty and have a golly fun time.

EQualclub After Dark is a diversity nightclub

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➳ No sexism
➳ No Homophobia
➳ No Transphobia
➳ No Body Shaming
➳ No Discrimination
➳ No Touching Without Consent
➳ Be kind to one another and take care of each other.
➳ No smoking indoors policy.
➳ Illegal substance use will not be tolerated.

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