Bajo Cero @ Lost in Music Festival

Lost in Music is an annual city festival held in downtown Tampere, southern Finland. There over 100 artists perform to approximately 15 000 viewers in the best clubs and venues of Tampere. Lost in Music is a unique live event, serving a broader selection of current music than any other festival in Finland. This is the place to check out the hottest artists of today and tomorrow!

Bajo Cero is performing at Lost in Music Festival
Fri 16th Oct at 19:00 Bar Passion
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Bajo Cero is attending WOMEX 2014

Bajo Cero will be attending the World Music Expo 2014 in Santiago de Compostela in October. The WOMEX expo is the biggest world music event in the world with thousands of participants around the globe, attending the music trade fair and a showcase festival every year.

Bajo Cero’s singer Anna Murtola will be attending the event as a part of the Finnish delegation 22th –  25th of October.

Rewind mini tour in Southern Finland

Bajo Cero is finally free from the Summer heat and is on their way back to their own element – towards the urban rhythms and electro-acoustic experiments of Autumn.

Bajo Cero’s mini tour offers souvenirs from all over the world along with intensive world fusion attitude.

Check out tour dates and places from the gig site.

Music video Óyela nominated in the Finnish Music Video Contest

Bajo Cero’s music video Óyela has been chosen to compete in the Oulu Music Video Festival’s Finnish Music Video Contest. The competition recieved a total of 386 videos, from which 131 videota were nominated in the official competition.

The video Óyela is directed by Bajo Cero’s guitarist Okko Meinilä, featuring the drawings of comics artist Ville Ranta.

All of the 386 videos sent to the competition are shown on a silver screen at the Oulu Music Video Festival during 21.-25.8.2013. The best videos will be awarded at the Pumpeligaala awards gala. All of the videos can also be voted for as the Audience’s Choise from the 1st of August.

Read more about the festival here.

Summer gigs in Oulu

Bajo Cero plays two summer gigs in their home town Oulu in June.

The first gig is at Nuclear Nightclub on  wednesday the 26th of June. Nuclear Nightclub was recently woted as the best gig place in town (according to the readers of City-lehti newspaper).

The second gig will be at the brand new Juurihoito Festival at the Oulu market square on friday the 28th. The event is a part of the Oulu Days city festival.

New music video out now!

Bajo Cero’s new music video Óyela is produced in collaboration with comic artist Ville Ranta. The ambitious objective of the video was to shoot it in one pass changing locations while Ville is making the drawings. After a month of preparation we almost pulled it off with couple of exceptions. The camera was attached to the highly modified movable drawing board which also held the key lighting setup for the whole video. Ville doesn’t actually appear in the video until the very last frames.

Music video by Bajo Cero performing “Óyela”
Directed by Okko Meinilä. Drawings by Ville Ranta
Script: Okko Meinilä, Ville Ranta, Kili Kauppi
Camera: Okko Meinilä, Joni Kesti
Thanks to: Tiina Junno, Kaisa Hurtig, Erick King, Bar Never Grow Old
© Impïria Records 2013

Buy the new record “Óyela” at Recordstore Äx or iTunes.

Bajo Cero releases a new music video

Bajo Cero releases their third music video on the first of April 2013. The video which is made to the title song of the band’s debut album “Óyela” is directed by the guitarist and songwriter Okko Meinilä. The video was made in collaboration with comic artist Ville Ranta who made the drawings seen on the video and also took part in planning of the manuscript.

A link to the music video will be published 1.4.2013.


Óyela reviewed brilliantly in the music magazine Riffi

The album Óyela, released by Bajo Cero in October, gets a brilliant Facebook review in the Finnish music magazine Riffi.

“- this music boils up from a metropol swarming with 24/7 turbulence, where the subway train incessantly rumbles until yet another morning, and where the corner shops are never closed at around midnight.-” Lauri Paloposki, Riffi

Read the whole review on the Facebook pages of Riffi magazine (Sorry, only in Finnish though)