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2014 acts sorted by genre


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Written on: 19.02.2014 19:05
Bongo Anders
Posts: 1155
There is much talk going about what genres there has been overlooked so I did a little overview.


Rock (Punk, Alternative, Shoegazer etc)
Arctic Monkeys
Blood On a Feather
Future Of The Left
Hookworms
Interpol
Merchandise
Psyched Up Janis
Kasabian
The Men
Rumble In Rhodos
Spids Nøgenhat
The Rolling Stones
Les Claypools Duo De Twang
Mogwai
Skambankt
Die Nerven
The Horrors


Metal (and all subgenres)
The Black Dahlia Murder
Black Pus
Bombus
Carcass
Corrections House
Jambinai
Nails
Rob Zombie
Phil H. Anselmo and the Illegals
Bl´ast
Helhorse VS. The Psyke Project
Deftones
Dark Buddha Rising
Drug Honkey
Electric Wizard
Mournful Congregation
The Ocean
Tempel
Vatnet Viskar



Electronic (Trance, House, Electro, EDM, Dubsteb, Techno etc):
Chromeo
Cyril Hahn
Forest Swords
James Holden
Kavinsky
Major Lazer
Moderat
Trentemøller
Bottled In England
Darkside
Diplo
Sleigh Bells
Cahmere Cat
Classixx
Eprom
DJ Nigga Fox
Groundislava
Lunice
Maya Jane Coles
Party Supplies
RL Grime
Ryan Hemsworth
Tokimonsta


Pop´ish (Pop, indie, etc)
Damon Albarn
Deerhunter
Fire! Orchestra
Haim
Hymns From Nineveh
Jenny Wilson
Julia Holter

Warpaint
Slowolf feat. Benny Banks, Takura and Wil Cousin
Lykke LI
I Break Horses
Stevie Wonder
Bastille
Icona Pop
Arto Lindsay and Paal Nilson -LOve Duo
Arto Lindsay Band
Banks
Cancer
Chorus Grant
Connan Mockasin
Denai Moore
Future Islands
Juana Molina
Moodoid
The Necks
Skammens Vogn

Rap/HipHop/RnB:
A.S.A.P Ferg
Dilated Peoples
Earl Sweatshirt
Pusha T
Worlds Fair
Outkast
Chance The Rapper
Drake
Emicida
Kelele
Klumben og Raske Penge
Vic Mensa

World Music (I hate that moniker myself but let that pass, I also put Americana in here):
Mark Ernestus presents Jari Jari
Systema Solar
Aoife O’Donovan
Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit
Jupiter and Okwess International
King Ayisoba and Band
Les Ambassadeurs feat. Salif Keita, Amadou Bagayoko and Cheick Tidiane Seck
Manu Chau - La Ventura
Toumani and Sidiki Diabaté
Balkan Khans
Barmer Boys
Cuneÿt Sepecti an Orchestra Dolapdere
Dengue Dengue Dengue
Fendika
Ibibio Sound Machine
King Ayisoba and band
La Chiva Cantiva
Mamar Kassey
Omar Suleyman
Perota Chingo
Ryley Walker Trio



[This article was edited 15 times, at last 24.04.2014 at 11:47.]
Written on: 20.02.2014 08:38
Mr. Monster
Posts: 944
Nice overview!

I also tells me why I'm (so far) very dissapointed with the program as the rock/metal lineup is not very impressive in my opinion.

Very few bands on the list would make my must see list of previous years, and with the exception of Bombus, I'm not really into any of the lesser known bands.

But keeping my hopes up for the last 95 bands!
Written on: 20.02.2014 12:03
Bongo Anders
Posts: 1155
I do Believe that we have something in store for the last round of bands.

As I see it we are missing 1 hiphop headliner (Outkast/Kanye West) 1 metal headliner and 2-3 more rock headliners (The Black Keys perhaps) as I don't see any "world Music" acts headline in anyway.

Yes I know that the different types of headliners are not set in stone but this year I think that this is what we get.

Written on: 26.02.2014 16:18
Bongo Anders
Posts: 1155
Apollo Countdown:


House, Electro, Techno etc

Bloksberg
Franskild
Nause
Brynjolfur
Kant
We Are The Way For The Cosmos To Know Itself

Chillout, Minimal, atmospheric etc.

DNKL
Iberia
Pandreas
Unkwon
Shadow Shadow
Samaris
Jaakko Eino Kalevi

Hip Hop, UK Garage, Dubstep etc

S!VAS
Slick Shoota
SNAVS

Pop´ish

Say Lou Lou

[This article was edited 4 times, at last 03.04.2014 at 21:53.]
Written on: 26.02.2014 16:55
Bongo Anders
Posts: 1155
Roskilde Rising:

Rock

The Awesome Welles
Blaue Blume
Communions
Slöa Knivar
The Divers
Förtress
Get Your Gun
RA
Kindred Fever

Pop´ish

The Minds Of 99
Heimatt
Karl William
Kill J
Könsförrädare
Mount Olivar
My Heart The Brave
Bloody Beach
Emelie Nicolas


Metal (and subgenres)

Hexis
Narcosatanicos

[This article was edited 5 times, at last 03.04.2014 at 21:57.]
Written on: 26.02.2014 16:55
Bongo Anders
Posts: 1155


[This article was edited 1 times, at last 26.02.2014 at 18:23.]
Written on: 26.02.2014 18:13
Christian Forslund
Posts: 342
Bongo: Your last few posts are in the wrong tread (and wrong forum).

No reason to ruin your interesting genre overview in this thread.
Written on: 26.02.2014 18:20
Bongo Anders
Posts: 1155
Fuck me, yes they are. icon_biggrin.gif
Written on: 27.02.2014 13:20
The Rehabilitation of Luis Suarez
Posts: 2506
Who's gonna headline? I can see one decent headliner out of the bookings so far. Confused
Written on: 27.02.2014 13:26
Bongo Anders
Posts: 1155
Trentemøller, Major Lazer, Damon Albarn and Arctic Monkeys.
Written on: 27.02.2014 13:51
Christian Forslund
Posts: 342
Yes the preliminary poster showed those four as headliners, but it doesn't look that impressive. Trentemøller and Major Lazer will probably be the late night concerts on Orange, but if Damon and Arctic Monkeys get the mainspot at Orange (around 21-22 every day) then it seems that at least the two biggest names are still missing, besides that none of those acts looks like the Orange closer on sunday and they still have no 'legendary headliners'. So they still have a lot to do in terms of headliners.
Written on: 27.02.2014 15:22
Bongo Anders
Posts: 1155
+ its 3 (maybe 4) cheap headliners so I think they have someting in store for us.
Written on: 27.02.2014 15:27
Mr. Monster
Posts: 944
Bongo Anders wrote:

+ its 3 (maybe 4) cheap headliners so I think they have someting in store for us.


I think the poster release day could be quite exciting this year!
Written on: 27.02.2014 15:40
Martin Horn Pedersen
Official RF person
Posts: 1273
Classic rock dude! wrote:

Who's gonna headline? I can see one decent headliner out of the bookings so far. Confused


Arctic Monkeys headlined Glastonbury 2013 - if you are that big then you are more then aecent. You might not like the band, but the size og starpower of the band is there (and it where in top 3 of the most wish names for the festival)
Written on: 27.02.2014 19:07
The Rehabilitation of Luis Suarez
Posts: 2506
Martin Horn Pedersen wrote:

Classic rock dude! wrote:

Who's gonna headline? I can see one decent headliner out of the bookings so far. Confused


Arctic Monkeys headlined Glastonbury 2013 - if you are that big then you are more then aecent. You might not like the band, but the size og starpower of the band is there (and it where in top 3 of the most wish names for the festival)


I'm a huge fan of Artic Monkeys but their starpower 'back home' isn't necessarily transformed into the same star power here. They are much more popular in GB. I'm not complaining at all, but they are not the big headliner that RF needs. In my opinion.

A good, decent (solid if you like) headliner, but not something to get worked up about. Especially considering the fact they recently played at RF.
Written on: 27.02.2014 19:15
The Rehabilitation of Luis Suarez
Posts: 2506
As for the 3 other bands mentioned above- they should not be headliners in my opinion. Maybe perhaps Major Lazer.

But that's just me, I know that
Written on: 27.02.2014 20:11
Christian Forslund
Posts: 342
Classic rock dude! wrote:

As for the 3 other bands mentioned above- they should not be headliners in my opinion. Maybe perhaps Major Lazer.

But that's just me, I know that

Trentemøller is the danish headliner, which they usually have eventhough they are not real headliners (like Mew and Nephew), so they seem to have a headliner spot reserved here.
Damon Alborn could be great if he plays a lot of Blur and Gorillaz (similar to Jack White in 2012).
But you are right: there should be bigger things to come.
Written on: 28.02.2014 10:39
Bongo Anders
Posts: 1155
I´m not sure were to put Bl´ast, I´m guessing that the metal heads don´t consider Hardcore as a metal act so I have put them in the rock category.
Written on: 28.02.2014 11:08
Christian Forslund
Posts: 342
Kasabian really helps the rock lineup and is my second must-see band (along with Rob Zombie), but will thet be headliners. My logic says they could be a small headliner, but be now we are mostly missing big headliners, so they will only subheadline (either that or the headliners this year will be smaller than last year).

[This article was edited 1 times, at last 28.02.2014 at 11:09.]
Written on: 28.02.2014 11:13
Martin Horn Pedersen
Official RF person
Posts: 1273
Bongo Anders wrote:

I´m not sure were to put Bl´ast, I´m guessing that the metal heads don´t consider Hardcore as a metal act so I have put them in the rock category.


Hardcore is a metal act imo. Blastbeast, Devilution and so on makes reviews of hardcore bands
Written on: 05.03.2014 21:43
Fredde
Posts: 824
http://priceonomics.com/the-hipster-music-index/

Which bands are considered hipster and who are not? icon_smile.gif
Julia Holter, Deerhunter, Haim, Earl Sweatshirt and Forest Swords are on the list.
Written on: 07.03.2014 10:17
Bongo Anders
Posts: 1155
So all categorys except one got names added this week, very versatile icon_biggrin.gif
Written on: 10.03.2014 16:29
Bongo Anders
Posts: 1155
I have added the names from Apollo Countdown and Roskilde Rising, please correct me if i have posted some bands in the wrong group.



So far there are 85 bands in total divided into 55 in the ordinary programme, 13 at Apollo Coundown and 17 at Roskilde Rising.




[This article was edited 2 times, at last 11.03.2014 at 17:56.]
Written on: 11.03.2014 09:10
Christian Forslund
Posts: 342
If I guess, who will play Orange, then I get this list:
Arctic Monkeys
Kasabian
Rob Zombie
Major Lazer
Trentemøller
Damon Albarn
Outkast
Interpol (maybe)
Rob Zombie (maybe, but would probably fit Arena better).

In that case I don't see any rockbands at all playing Arena unless Interpol is 'downgraded' to Arena og Psyched up Janis is bigger than I think. So it still seems like rock is overlooked.
Written on: 11.03.2014 09:22
Martin Horn Pedersen
Official RF person
Posts: 1273
From the facebook post about the linup tv show:

"Kenneth M. Tygesen Then get us some bigger rock headliners. You got a lot of Rap and electro now.
Synes godt om · Svar · 43 · for 21 timer siden

Roskilde Festival Kenneth M. Tygesen, you got it!
Synes godt om · 26 · for 20 timer siden"

So sounds like there is more rock on the way


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