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Written on: 06.04.2013 09:35
Coldblooded
Posts: 1186
Dråpe is a Pavilion Junior band.

Don't know about Marie Key and Calexico – I think they'd do better on Odeon than Arena. And Frank Fairfield could be a Gloria name too, depending on if he has a band with him or not. You can delete Foxygen.

Synd & Skam: Pavilion. They could maybe play Gloria too, but the stage is probably too small for 5-6 band members, isn't it?

Highasakite, Savages and Suuns: Pavilion.
Written on: 06.04.2013 14:19
Bongo Anders
Posts: 1092
Thanks for the input.

But if Marie Key is Odeon Size then perhaps Efterklang should be moved as well??

But it does depend on how strong the poster release is of course.
Written on: 06.04.2013 14:23
Bongo Anders
Posts: 1092
Wallu wrote:

Bongo Anders wrote:

I updated the list with todays announcements.


The announcement today talked about pavillion Junior names (perhaps only the two selected by the audience) but Compadre is clearly a Apollo Countdown name so i have added them for that stage.


You can add Pää Kii to Pavillion jr. I don´t know if K-X-P will play Pavillion jr. or Apollo Countdown, they have live bass and drums, but all-in-all it´s an electronic band.



I don´t think that Pää Kii was among the Pavillion Junior announcements but i could be wrong icon_redface.gif

Does Apollo have space for a full band, the times i went there last year it was only a DJ setup.
Written on: 06.04.2013 14:26
Bongo Anders
Posts: 1092
Neither Pää Kii or Dråpe is a Pavillion Junior band




http://roskilde-festival.dk/news/singlenews/nordic-package-ready-for-roskilde-festival-2013/
Written on: 06.04.2013 14:30
Wallu
Posts: 634
Bongo Anders wrote:

Wallu wrote:

Bongo Anders wrote:

I updated the list with todays announcements.


The announcement today talked about pavillion Junior names (perhaps only the two selected by the audience) but Compadre is clearly a Apollo Countdown name so i have added them for that stage.


You can add Pää Kii to Pavillion jr. I don´t know if K-X-P will play Pavillion jr. or Apollo Countdown, they have live bass and drums, but all-in-all it´s an electronic band.



I don´t think that Pää Kii was among the Pavillion Junior announcements but i could be wrong icon_redface.gif

Does Apollo have space for a full band, the times i went there last year it was only a DJ setup.


There was this poster of bands announced so far couple of weeks ago in facebook, that hsd them in jr. That was news to me too... icon_smile.gif

https://fbcdn-sphotos-g-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-frc3/483349_10151274677356706_1836462743_n.jpg
Written on: 06.04.2013 14:33
Martin Horn Pedersen
Official RF person
Posts: 1194
And the festival have put a lot less fokus on what a band is this year when they was annonced.. think it have something to do with killing the warm up brand
Written on: 06.04.2013 16:01
Bongo Anders
Posts: 1092
Oh i see, then i add them. icon_redface.gif

Bendik is also on the Jr/Countdown poster.
so i added them aswell.

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Written on: 07.04.2013 12:07
I Like Turtles
Posts: 757
I think Marie Key is an Arena-act after winning P3-Guld. People would want to see what she's all about, now that she has won the most important musicaward in Denmark. If Peter Sommer, I Got You On Tape and Turboweekend have played Arena, then she most likely will too. The same goes for Efterklang, I think
Written on: 07.04.2013 12:12
Bongo Anders
Posts: 1092
Peter Sommer played at Odeon but nonetheless I understand your point.icon_biggrin.gif

Maybe you where thinking about De Eneste 2 with Kvamm and Sommer.
Written on: 07.04.2013 12:18
Bongo Anders
Posts: 1092
I have a feeling (most likely wrong) that Marie Key could be the opening act at Orange Stage, is that to far fetched.
Written on: 07.04.2013 12:25
I Like Turtles
Posts: 757
Bongo Anders wrote:

Peter Sommer played at Odeon but nonetheless I understand your point.icon_biggrin.gif

Maybe you where thinking about De Eneste 2 with Kvamm and Sommer.

Aaah, must have mixed those two.
Written on: 07.04.2013 12:29
I Like Turtles
Posts: 757
Bongo Anders wrote:

I have a feeling (most likely wrong) that Marie Key could be the opening act at Orange Stage, is that to far fetched.

Hmmm, I think Efterklang is the most likely opening band of the ones announced so far, but otherwise I don't think we have gotten that band yet
Written on: 07.04.2013 18:18
Bongo Anders
Posts: 1092
Is the Orange opener announced on the poster day or later.
Written on: 07.04.2013 21:58
Coldblooded
Posts: 1186
Bongo Anders wrote:

Is the Orange opener announced on the poster day or later.

Usually first later on, even though the band could be one that is already on the poster.
Written on: 07.04.2013 22:49
Bongo Anders
Posts: 1092
Then we just have to wait and see icon_biggrin.gif


Regarding Efterklang as a possible opening act will their experience not work against them, I mean that usually its a never band/artist with 1 or a few albums in their catalogue.

I know that there has been a few exceptions like Petter but usually its a fairly new (to the public) band or artist.

Or maybe their missing commercial breakthrough will do that they will fit as a opening act.

The reason why I think that Marie Key could fit the bill is that she has some underground appeal and performing experience with Marie Key Band and now has reached the more mainstream radio listeners with her solo act so she could fill up the space I front of the stage.

And another point why I think she's the one, there hasn't been a female singer opening the festival in many many years if not ever.

[This article was edited 1 times, at last 07.04.2013 at 23:28.]
Written on: 08.04.2013 01:47
Coldblooded
Posts: 1186
I just really can't see Efterklang working on any open air stage. I mean, it's complex music, they have visuals that fall flat in daylight, they don't do anything that could remotely resemble "hits" as opposed to their genre buddies in Sigur Rós and it'll never be a party like virtually all the openers I can remember apart from Palle Mikkelborg's elegiac performance in 2001.

So far I'm betting on Marie Key or maybe Kvelertak. It's been a while since one of our brethren countries had the opportunity to open.
Written on: 08.04.2013 16:30
I Like Turtles
Posts: 757
Coldblooded wrote:

I just really can't see Efterklang working on any open air stage. I mean, it's complex music, they have visuals that fall flat in daylight, they don't do anything that could remotely resemble "hits" as opposed to their genre buddies in Sigur Rós and it'll never be a party like virtually all the openers I can remember apart from Palle Mikkelborg's elegiac performance in 2001.

So far I'm betting on Marie Key or maybe Kvelertak. It's been a while since one of our brethren countries had the opportunity to open.

Kvelertak would be awesome!! Even though the low attendance at the Machine Head and Mastodon-concert makes me a little worried. Can they pull a big crowd? Hope so
Written on: 08.04.2013 17:07
Martin Horn Pedersen
Official RF person
Posts: 1194
I Like Turtles wrote:

Coldblooded wrote:

I just really can't see Efterklang working on any open air stage. I mean, it's complex music, they have visuals that fall flat in daylight, they don't do anything that could remotely resemble "hits" as opposed to their genre buddies in Sigur Rós and it'll never be a party like virtually all the openers I can remember apart from Palle Mikkelborg's elegiac performance in 2001.

So far I'm betting on Marie Key or maybe Kvelertak. It's been a while since one of our brethren countries had the opportunity to open.

Kvelertak would be awesome!! Even though the low attendance at the Machine Head and Mastodon-concert makes me a little worried. Can they pull a big crowd? Hope so


I dont hope so... I am realy looking forward to Kvelertak and putting them on Orange will kill a lot of the energi..
Written on: 14.04.2013 19:15
Bongo Anders
Posts: 1092
Karpe Diem was added today but are they to big for Pavilion Jr as i thought that only Junior and Countdown names was performing at the road trip but they have around 65.000 likes on facebook and are very much welcomed by Roskildes facebook friends (very unlikely of them).

Perhaps Odeon is more likely.

[This article was edited 1 times, at last 14.04.2013 at 22:49.]
Written on: 14.04.2013 21:07
Coldblooded
Posts: 1186
Bongo Anders wrote:

Karpe Diem was added today but are they to big for Pavilion Jr as i thought that only Junior and Countdown names was performing at the road trip but they have around 65.000 likes on facebook and are very much welcomed by Roskildes facebook friends (wery unlikely of them).

Perhaps Odeon is more likely.

Yeah, or maybe these guys are the Orange stage opener? They are extremely popular in Norway, as far as I gather. Few people in Denmark know them though, but if Petter could open in 2009, so could these guys. Maybe.
Written on: 15.04.2013 14:09
Bongo Anders
Posts: 1092
Ups i didn´t do my homework, Karpe Diem would of course perform at Cosmopol and not Odeon icon_redface.gif

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Written on: 20.04.2013 23:00
Emil Asbjørn Madsen
Posts: 93
The last few years there has been a tendency of at least 4 scandinavian bands playing Orange. So far only Volbeat seems obvious on that stage + of course the opener. Perhaps Kvelertak and Turbonegro could fill out as well?

The INGRID-thing smells a bit like it's an Arena closing act...
Written on: 20.04.2013 23:06
Christian Forslund
Posts: 334
Emil Asbjørn Madsen wrote:

The last few years there has been a tendency of at least 4 scandinavian bands playing Orange. So far only Volbeat seems obvious on that stage + of course the opener. Perhaps Kvelertak and Turbonegro could fill out as well?

The INGRID-thing smells a bit like it's an Arena closing act...

According to the poster text Ingrid is playing Orange stage.
But I have a hard time to find enough names for that scene (maybe Crystal castles for a midnight electronic concert), so I would guess, that there is still 4 names for that scene to be announced.
Written on: 20.04.2013 23:52
Emil Asbjørn Madsen
Posts: 93
Christian Forslund wrote:

Emil Asbjørn Madsen wrote:

The last few years there has been a tendency of at least 4 scandinavian bands playing Orange. So far only Volbeat seems obvious on that stage + of course the opener. Perhaps Kvelertak and Turbonegro could fill out as well?

The INGRID-thing smells a bit like it's an Arena closing act...

According to the poster text Ingrid is playing Orange stage.
But I have a hard time to find enough names for that scene (maybe Crystal castles for a midnight electronic concert), so I would guess, that there is still 4 names for that scene to be announced.


"Over loads of black coffe, an impressive sample of Sweden’s most successful pop acts decided to take music matters in their own hands. The label and collective Ingrid became the result. And although Lykke Li, Peter Bjorn And John, Miike Snow, American sidekick Coco and J. Åhlund certainly deliver on their own they have unfurled an umbrella together allowing new ideas, songs and whims to blossom. So far, Ingrid have only made highly selected club shows. For Roskilde Festival they are creating an unique music event, packed with surprises and visual delights. The line-up will take the stage as one large band and treat us with both fresh compositions and well-known hits served in new ways."

To me, it doesn't state in any way that Ingrid is playing Orange? Seems more comparitable with the DJ Static show last year, with the guest stars and all


http://www.soundvenue.com/artikel/2013/04/18/qa-med-roskilde-festivals-musikchef

Rikke Øxner indicates a James Blake show on Orange
Written on: 21.04.2013 00:02
Christian Forslund
Posts: 334
I was talking about : this message

"… always a surprise
Swedish pop collective INGRID are planning a special Roskilde show, including songs from LYKKE LI, PETER BJORN AND JOHN, MIIKE SNOW, COCO and J. ÅHLUND, who will take the stage with several surprising guests. This array of stellar names has only played two intimate club shows in the past, so they’re heading for a spectacular world premiere in the large format of Roskilde Festival’s Orange Stage this summer. This exciting new collective will only be playing two concerts worldwide in 2013. "


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