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GET JAMIROQUAI TO ROSKILDE!!


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Written on: 01.03.2010 23:21
Niclas
Posts: 1
Jamiroquai is the all time most funky, groovy band. Right now they're planning their summer-tour for their upcoming album. I would die of happiness if it came true!
Written on: 02.03.2010 14:51
Fabio86
Posts: 37
Yeah, Jamiroquai would be cool. Get them and Massive Attack as well, and it'll be one big awesome 90's party. Love music from the 90's..!
Written on: 02.03.2010 14:57
JockeyFullOfBourbon
Posts: 892
it´s not the all time most funky groovy band, but they would be really really cool!

Sly and The Family Stone would be better icon_cool.gif
Written on: 02.03.2010 15:11
Laller
Posts: 60
Hell yeah! They're in the top-10 of the best livebands on this planet!

It's weird they haven't been to Roskilde for so long!
Written on: 20.04.2013 06:57
Coldblooded
Posts: 1186
Time to revive this thread. Jamiroquai is in France and Italy right around Roskilde and has two of four Roskilde-potential dates available. Could they be the headliner-bunny in the hat? http://www.jamiroquai.com/shows

[This article was edited 1 times, at last 20.04.2013 at 06:57.]
Written on: 20.04.2013 13:14
DukeofDK
Posts: 119
Coldblooded wrote:

Time to revive this thread. Jamiroquai is in France and Italy right around Roskilde and has two of four Roskilde-potential dates available. Could they be the headliner-bunny in the hat? http://www.jamiroquai.com/shows


I so hope this could happen, I imagine they are excellent live - and a Jazz/Funk/"Whatever-you-may-wanna-call-them"-headliner would be such a great addition to an already extremely diverse line-up!
Written on: 20.04.2013 14:25
gixbit
Posts: 268
Coldblooded wrote:

Time to revive this thread. Jamiroquai is in France and Italy right around Roskilde and has two of four Roskilde-potential dates available. Could they be the headliner-bunny in the hat? http://www.jamiroquai.com/shows


Come on, Jamiroquai isn't a headliner. Maybe mabye at the end of the 90s but no chance now.
Written on: 20.04.2013 14:33
DukeofDK
Posts: 119
gixbit wrote:

Coldblooded wrote:

Time to revive this thread. Jamiroquai is in France and Italy right around Roskilde and has two of four Roskilde-potential dates available. Could they be the headliner-bunny in the hat? http://www.jamiroquai.com/shows


Come on, Jamiroquai isn't a headliner. Maybe mabye at the end of the 90s but no chance now.


Other years, I'd agree with you, but seeing as this year's headliners include Sigur Rós (who, IMO, is a sub), it could happen. But I'm not saying it will. And if they come, I do hope it is as a sub-headliner. MY enthusiasm lies upon the name itself.
Written on: 20.04.2013 14:44
gixbit
Posts: 268
DukeofDK wrote:

gixbit wrote:

Coldblooded wrote:

Time to revive this thread. Jamiroquai is in France and Italy right around Roskilde and has two of four Roskilde-potential dates available. Could they be the headliner-bunny in the hat? http://www.jamiroquai.com/shows


Come on, Jamiroquai isn't a headliner. Maybe mabye at the end of the 90s but no chance now.


Other years, I'd agree with you, but seeing as this year's headliners include Sigur Rós (who, IMO, is a sub), it could happen. But I'm not saying it will. And if they come, I do hope it is as a sub-headliner. MY enthusiasm lies upon the name itself.


Yeah, i see no problem if Jamiroquai get booked (even if don't like them). But if they would be among the 1-2 top class acts Rikke is referring to that would be a joke.

I agree with Sigur Ros being a small headliner but they are way more relevant 2013 than Jamiroquai.
Written on: 20.04.2013 15:03
DukeofDK
Posts: 119
gixbit wrote:

DukeofDK wrote:

gixbit wrote:

Coldblooded wrote:

Time to revive this thread. Jamiroquai is in France and Italy right around Roskilde and has two of four Roskilde-potential dates available. Could they be the headliner-bunny in the hat? http://www.jamiroquai.com/shows


Come on, Jamiroquai isn't a headliner. Maybe mabye at the end of the 90s but no chance now.


Other years, I'd agree with you, but seeing as this year's headliners include Sigur Rós (who, IMO, is a sub), it could happen. But I'm not saying it will. And if they come, I do hope it is as a sub-headliner. MY enthusiasm lies upon the name itself.


Yeah, i see no problem if Jamiroquai get booked (even if don't like them). But if they would be among the 1-2 top class acts Rikke is referring to that would be a joke.

I agree with Sigur Ros being a small headliner but they are way more relevant 2013 than Jamiroquai.


I agree with you on that. It's just that with all these different genres (very different, actually), it seems plausible. This years line-up has got me thinking that Roskilde might surprise us in any way they want to (and this is meant as a positive thing!) But there's no telling unless they do get booked. And if they do (crossing my fingers), I hope it's as a sub-headliner icon_smile.gif
Written on: 20.04.2013 16:32
Coldblooded
Posts: 1186
With that reasoning, Kraftwerk should be relegated to subheadlining too. They had a massive influence on electronic music, but it has been 30+ years since they've released anything musically relevant and their static, deadpan stage show is hopelessly mired in the past.

Jamiroquai could easily be the name the 30+ generation are longing for on the programme. Doesn't matter if they're a little over the hill album-wise – they still headline festivals like Balaton Sound, Exit, Eurockeennes etc.
Written on: 20.04.2013 17:50
Aleg-One
Posts: 1743
Are people on crack!??! Jamiroquai is headlining, and they'd be a god damn good one as well!!! Fucking belieber-generation..
Written on: 20.04.2013 18:08
DukeofDK
Posts: 119
Again, it is too hard to tell before they're announced. If they are, I hope they won't headline, as I really want a big rock name. And gixbit has said, they're not nearly relevant enough. Kraftwerk, on the other hand, are more important (to me), and are pioneers of the electronic-genre. But then again, the line-up is so unique that they might as well.

But these are just my thoughts. Hard to tell.

But here's to hoping they get booked at the very least
Written on: 20.04.2013 19:30
Aleg-One
Posts: 1743
DukeofDK wrote:

Again, it is too hard to tell before they're announced. If they are, I hope they won't headline, as I really want a big rock name. And gixbit has said, they're not nearly relevant enough. Kraftwerk, on the other hand, are more important (to me), and are pioneers of the electronic-genre. But then again, the line-up is so unique that they might as well.

But these are just my thoughts. Hard to tell.

But here's to hoping they get booked at the very least


So by being one of the most influential bands of the 90's and one of the biggest funk bands in the world doesn't qualify for a headliner spot?
Written on: 20.04.2013 19:46
DukeofDK
Posts: 119
Aleg-One wrote:

DukeofDK wrote:

Again, it is too hard to tell before they're announced. If they are, I hope they won't headline, as I really want a big rock name. And gixbit has said, they're not nearly relevant enough. Kraftwerk, on the other hand, are more important (to me), and are pioneers of the electronic-genre. But then again, the line-up is so unique that they might as well.

But these are just my thoughts. Hard to tell.

But here's to hoping they get booked at the very least


So by being one of the most influential bands of the 90's and one of the biggest funk bands in the world doesn't qualify for a headliner spot?


In comparison to what's on this year's poster? They do. Otherwise, I wouldn't take them as one.
Written on: 20.04.2013 23:52
gixbit
Posts: 268
Coldblooded wrote:

With that reasoning, Kraftwerk should be relegated to subheadlining too. They had a massive influence on electronic music, but it has been 30+ years since they've released anything musically relevant and their static, deadpan stage show is hopelessly mired in the past.

Jamiroquai could easily be the name the 30+ generation are longing for on the programme. Doesn't matter if they're a little over the hill album-wise – they still headline festivals like Balaton Sound, Exit, Eurockeennes etc.


Comparing Jamiroquais impact with Kraftwerks impact on music. Haha, that was one of the craziest things i have ever read.

You guys can never convice me that Jamiroquai can be a headliner at Roskilde 2013. If that happens it would be a sad day in the Roskilde festival history.
Written on: 21.04.2013 02:48
Coldblooded
Posts: 1186
gixbit wrote:

Coldblooded wrote:

With that reasoning, Kraftwerk should be relegated to subheadlining too. They had a massive influence on electronic music, but it has been 30+ years since they've released anything musically relevant and their static, deadpan stage show is hopelessly mired in the past.

Jamiroquai could easily be the name the 30+ generation are longing for on the programme. Doesn't matter if they're a little over the hill album-wise – they still headline festivals like Balaton Sound, Exit, Eurockeennes etc.


Comparing Jamiroquais impact with Kraftwerks impact on music. Haha, that was one of the craziest things i have ever read.

You guys can never convice me that Jamiroquai can be a headliner at Roskilde 2013. If that happens it would be a sad day in the Roskilde festival history.

If you re-read my post again carefully, you'll see that I avoid doing exactly that.

I am saying that even though Kraftwerk has had a massive impact on electronic music especially, their live act is the same as ever and they haven't released anything of significance for 30 years. That makes them this poster's most uninteresting headliner.

At least Jamiroquai has a reputation for mindblowing live shows. Kraftwerk is a stale snoozefest – embarrassingly bad 3D-effects on their visuals or not. That makes Jamiroquai more headliner-worthy than Kraftwerk IMHO.

I'll stop with my attempts at convincing anybody – just wanted to get the above across.

[This article was edited 2 times, at last 21.04.2013 at 09:05.]
Written on: 21.04.2013 11:48
Mr. Selfdestruct
Posts: 17
This is really weird.
Written on: 21.04.2013 23:02
Emil Asbjørn Madsen
Posts: 93
Fuck everything! Jamiroquai would be a blast!!!
Written on: 22.04.2013 09:54
DukeofDK
Posts: 119
It surely would! icon_smile.gif


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