There may not be a punk rock band that has gone farther to establish a bad reputation than the Dwarves. By playing uncompromisingly on a raw and uncensored high-octane punk rock, Dwarves established themselves as an unpredictable and genre-defining cult band in the 80’s and 90’s. Their music and live shows were permeated by bad attitudes and destructiveness – and in many ways became a direct inspiration for Turbonegros death punk. The concerts of the Dwarves were often short-lived affairs and synonymous with scandals, which often involved self-harm, physical attack on the audience, or at least bad behaviour. With the album “Blood Guts & Pussy” in 1990, the band received recognition from critics, but the band’s self-destructive side contributed to the Dwarves remaining in the underground. The band is still active and more dangerous than ever. Or as they themselves describe – notorious punkrocksleaze dealers with a taste of sex, drugs and casual violence. This sounds like a recipe for success in Telegrafbukta in the summer. And we’re looking forward to it!
12. November 2018
Norway's biggest and best rock band is back in Bukta!
Kvelertak is one of the biggest Norwegian international rock acts around and in 2018 they are regarded as the country\'s...
08. November 2018
One of the biggest rock bands in the world is ready for Bukta
We’re proud to announce that Weezer - one of the biggest rock bands in the world – is coming to Telegrafbukta next...
20. April 2018
OMG OMG OMG!!! Television is coming to Bukta!
Television were one of the most creative bands to emerge from New York\'s punk scene of the mid-\'70s, creating an...