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Bombino, Kottarashky And The Rain Dogs, Meridian Brothers and Hoba Hoba spirit


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Written on: 13.03.2013 12:07
Bongo Anders
Posts: 1153
New acts announced, Bombino, Kottarashky And The Rain Dogs, Meridian Brothers and Hoba Hoba spirit I´m looking forward to some Spotifying.
Written on: 13.03.2013 12:44
Wallu
Posts: 705
Meridian Brothers is the weirdest shit I´ve heard in a while (and I saw Swans yesterday). Great stuff. Desert blues is always good so I think I´ll see Bombino too. Kottarashky is ok, could be more festive to get my feet going. I have only listened half a song of Hoba Hoba Spirit, nothing special ther, think I´ll skip this one but have to listen more before I´ll make up my mind.
Written on: 13.03.2013 19:50
I Like Turtles
Posts: 760
Guess i'm gonna see my very first "world music-act" with Bombino! The closest thing I've ever come to this is Femi Kuti in Stockholm, so I'm excited
Written on: 13.03.2013 21:58
Bongo Anders
Posts: 1153
Right now I´m Listening to the tracks that there is added to the Roskilde 2013 list on Spotify and i actually like Hoba Hoba Spirit.

It reminds me of some good old fashion rock n´ roll.
Written on: 13.03.2013 22:37
Rockmus
Posts: 290
World music is a fucking stupid term!

- but it's also the "genre" that can take me most by suprise. Mainly because it's so fucking diverse (and a stupid stupid stupid!! term) and different from the poorly-produced-white-garage-I-don't-want-to-the-discuss-the-term-indie-again-rock that I usually hear icon_smile.gif

...I mean that I will check these names out (thank you Spotify), and that world music is a stupid term.
Written on: 13.03.2013 22:56
Bongo Anders
Posts: 1153
Yeah I'm totally with you on this one but what could be another word, none of these acts sounds alike but are labelled as the same.

But I'll admit that I use the term, the same can be said about Indie. icon_redface.gif
Written on: 14.03.2013 10:26
DukeofDK
Posts: 123
I Like Turtles wrote:

Guess i'm gonna see my very first "world music-act" with Bombino! The closest thing I've ever come to this is Femi Kuti in Stockholm, so I'm excited


I have a strong feeling you're gonna see Goat too this year. A VERY strong feeling.

But yeah, Bombino sounds very exciting, definitely worth checking out
Written on: 14.03.2013 12:33
I Like Turtles
Posts: 760
DukeofDK wrote:

I Like Turtles wrote:

Guess i'm gonna see my very first "world music-act" with Bombino! The closest thing I've ever come to this is Femi Kuti in Stockholm, so I'm excited


I have a strong feeling you're gonna see Goat too this year. A VERY strong feeling.

But yeah, Bombino sounds very exciting, definitely worth checking out

I don't know about Goat. There's this dude that's definitely gonna show up at that concert, and he just bugs me the wrong way..
And I bet someone told you about Bombino at around 19:33 last night, and told you something about how this desert blues-guy is like Jimi Hendrix, if he was raised in the deserts of Niger. Everyone has this one wonderful friend who always tells those kind of things, because his awesome! And because he cares <3
Written on: 14.03.2013 13:17
DukeofDK
Posts: 123
I Like Turtles wrote:

DukeofDK wrote:

I Like Turtles wrote:

Guess i'm gonna see my very first "world music-act" with Bombino! The closest thing I've ever come to this is Femi Kuti in Stockholm, so I'm excited


I have a strong feeling you're gonna see Goat too this year. A VERY strong feeling.

But yeah, Bombino sounds very exciting, definitely worth checking out

I don't know about Goat. There's this dude that's definitely gonna show up at that concert, and he just bugs me the wrong way..
And I bet someone told you about Bombino at around 19:33 last night, and told you something about how this desert blues-guy is like Jimi Hendrix, if he was raised in the deserts of Niger. Everyone has this one wonderful friend who always tells those kind of things, because his awesome! And because he cares <3


We all have that one friend, fortunately! icon_biggrin.gif

But back on topic, it's always great with some quality World-names, i.e. Femi Kuti as you said yourself. I would like to see some more Funk as well - and just as Reggae is "World" according to Roskilde, I'm guessing Funk is as well. Jamiroquai to name one.


Otherwise, just book Atoms For Peace and let Flea do a nice, little back-to-bass solo icon_smile.gif
Written on: 14.03.2013 13:37
I Like Turtles
Posts: 760
DukeofDK wrote:

I Like Turtles wrote:

DukeofDK wrote:

I Like Turtles wrote:

Guess i'm gonna see my very first "world music-act" with Bombino! The closest thing I've ever come to this is Femi Kuti in Stockholm, so I'm excited


I have a strong feeling you're gonna see Goat too this year. A VERY strong feeling.

But yeah, Bombino sounds very exciting, definitely worth checking out

I don't know about Goat. There's this dude that's definitely gonna show up at that concert, and he just bugs me the wrong way..
And I bet someone told you about Bombino at around 19:33 last night, and told you something about how this desert blues-guy is like Jimi Hendrix, if he was raised in the deserts of Niger. Everyone has this one wonderful friend who always tells those kind of things, because his awesome! And because he cares <3


We all have that one friend, fortunately! icon_biggrin.gif

But back on topic, it's always great with some quality World-names, i.e. Femi Kuti as you said yourself. I would like to see some more Funk as well - and just as Reggae is "World" according to Roskilde, I'm guessing Funk is as well. Jamiroquai to name one.


Otherwise, just book Atoms For Peace and let Flea do a nice, little back-to-bass solo icon_smile.gif

JUST. BOOK. ATOMS FOR PEACE! Yes!
Written on: 14.03.2013 14:11
Niceone
Posts: 63
Four really interesting announcements here! Thank you Roskilde! My schedule is pretty packed already... Phew...
Written on: 24.03.2013 14:01
Henrik
Posts: 67
Bombino --> if nothing else pops up I'll sure be at that concert..


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