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Bands in small print


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Written on: 18.04.2013 23:33
Classic rock dude!
Posts: 2490
There is a few gems in small print. I'd like to share those that I think is worth watching

King Tuff. I think I put them in the Classic Rock thread. If not, take a look at youtube if you're into the stuff that is there.

Lumineers are pretty good.

Action Bronson will surely be a blast.

Azealia Banks obviously

Really like The Bots. Hadn't heard about them before RF signed them.

John Grant

Killer Mike


The Sword, obviously #2

Uncle Acid .....

Matthew E White


There is more, but I am tired. Put suggestions if you like icon_smile.gif




[This article was edited 1 times, at last 18.04.2013 at 23:34.]
Written on: 19.04.2013 00:06
I Like Turtles
Posts: 757
Classic rock dude! wrote:

There is a few gems in small print. I'd like to share those that I think is worth watching

King Tuff. I think I put them in the Classic Rock thread. If not, take a look at youtube if you're into the stuff that is there.

Lumineers are pretty good.

Action Bronson will surely be a blast.

Azealia Banks obviously

Really like The Bots. Hadn't heard about them before RF signed them.

John Grant

Killer Mike


The Sword, obviously #2

Uncle Acid .....

Matthew E White


There is more, but I am tired. Put suggestions if you like icon_smile.gif




Jake Bugg - The future icon_cool.gif
Quandron - Danish "newcomer" with international acclaim. Won P3 Talented this year.
Linkoban - Played last year but it's always a blast when she's on the stage. Saw her two times last summer, she delivers!
Unknown Mortal Orchestra - Excellent psychedelic rock
Jonathan Wilson - Good ol' psychedelic folk
MØ - World class talent. Saw her at Lille Vega in January. She's awesome! Could be joining Broke on stage btw.
The Dillinger Escape Plan - What the hell is a claas act like that doing down there?!

Agreeing on The Lumineers, Azealia Banks & The Sword
Written on: 19.04.2013 00:10
I Like Turtles
Posts: 757
And if people like angry rock through the words of a pretty blond chick, Blood Command is just the thing for you. Saw them in February as support for Biffy Clyro. Not my cup of tea but I'm sure they could please a lot of people at Odeon or Pavilion
Written on: 19.04.2013 07:36
Mikkel Hylleberg Sørensen
Posts: 39
Ensiferum! Cannot be any better than this! icon_smile.gif imo
Written on: 19.04.2013 13:09
Rasmus Hagelskjær
Posts: 14
Postiljonen - atmospheric dream pop, very good melodies, and think they will deliver a great concert!
Summer Heart - dreamy and melodic summerpop
The Lumineers - folkrock, you probably know the "Ho Hey" tune
So-so Echo - synth-based pop, and great live. Saw them at Train in Århus, where they where great
MØ - great young danish talent
Schultz & Forever - young danish singer/songwriter with a unique voice. Played a great show at Train in Århus

Written on: 19.04.2013 13:27
Cliché Guevara
Posts: 174
I Like Turtles wrote:

And if people like angry rock through the words of a pretty blond chick, Blood Command is just the thing for you. Saw them in February as support for Biffy Clyro. Not my cup of tea but I'm sure they could please a lot of people at Odeon or Pavilion


Saw them with Comeback Kid a while back. Great liveband.
Written on: 19.04.2013 18:18
TMaagaard
Posts: 312
Bixiga 70 will be a party, I'm sure.
Dawanggan could be a very interesting experience.
Written on: 19.04.2013 19:24
Wallu
Posts: 635
TMaagaard wrote:

Bixiga 70 will be a party, I'm sure.
Dawanggan could be a very interesting experience.


If one´s looking for a party, The Soul Rebels should be a guaranteed one...
And yes, looks like Bixiga 70 is another.

[This article was edited 1 times, at last 19.04.2013 at 19:26.]
Written on: 20.04.2013 15:09
Niceone
Posts: 63
The Heliocentrics. I dont really know their new stuff, but their collaboration with Mulatu Astake was quite interesting. Really talented people! Amazing live!

John Grant needs a big mention. Just easing into it right now. Could be a new favorite. Great stuff!

Suuns. Been listenig to that since their announcement.

In a different corner, I think Maskinen is gonna be a great party.

All in all I believe I found some 25 acts in small print alone, that I now have to examine further and prioritize. Yay!

[This article was edited 1 times, at last 20.04.2013 at 15:12.]
Written on: 20.04.2013 15:12
JockeyFullOfBourbon
Posts: 892
Baby In Vain Seen them a few times before, they will rock your cocks off!
Written on: 20.04.2013 16:22
Wallu
Posts: 635
Niceone wrote:

The Heliocentrics. I dont really know their new stuff, but their collaboration with Mulatu Astake was quite interesting. Really talented people! Amazing live!

John Grant needs a big mention. Just easing into it right now. Could be a new favorite. Great stuff!

Suuns. Been listenig to that since their announcement.

In a different corner, I think Maskinen is gonna be a great party.

All in all I believe I found some 25 acts in small print alone, that I now have to examine further and prioritize. Yay!


From the youtube videos I get a feeling that maybe they´re not that great live. But the album is really superb.
Written on: 20.04.2013 18:16
TMaagaard
Posts: 312
Wallu wrote:

If one´s looking for a party, The Soul Rebels should be a guaranteed one...
And yes, looks like Bixiga 70 is another.


Just listened to The Soul Rebels. I'll definitely go to their show icon_biggrin.gif
Written on: 20.04.2013 19:12
Coldblooded
Posts: 1186
Lemaître sounds much like Daft Punk and Phoenix mixed together. They might be the party you're looking for, if you miss those two bands on the bill. There's a bunch of music to download for free. Start with this one. Especially 'Coffee Table' is a superb track: http://lemaitremusic.bandcamp.com/album/relativity-1
Written on: 21.04.2013 12:24
Wallu
Posts: 635
Nobody has mentioned the two best bands of the entire festival Savages and Goat.
Written on: 21.04.2013 22:01
Martin Horn Pedersen
Official RF person
Posts: 1194
Wallu wrote:

Nobody has mentioned the two best bands of the entire festival Savages and Goat.


The best smalll print bands is: Pää Kii!
Written on: 21.04.2013 22:46
weiss
Posts: 1261
Martin Horn Pedersen wrote:

Wallu wrote:

Nobody has mentioned the two best bands of the entire festival Savages and Goat.


The best smalll print bands is: Pää Kii!


Which is absolutly not correct beacuse Ensiferum is coming to Roskilde icon_wink.gif
Written on: 22.04.2013 07:47
Mikkel Hylleberg Sørensen
Posts: 39
what weiss just said! icon_smile.gif
Written on: 26.04.2013 11:04
Smetkladd
Posts: 21
As someone mentioned earlier (and because I haven't learned how to quote), Maskinen is really going to be a party. Wherever they play in Sweden the shows are packed with people, dangerously ravey. Seen them twice or so, but I don't know about this year because of their disappointing sophomore album. All songs from their debut surely deliver a party, though.
Written on: 27.04.2013 18:00
Wallu
Posts: 635
If world music party is your thing, check out the Ethopians. Both Badume´s Band & Selamish Zemene and Krar Collective seem very good. Never thought a lyre can sound so groovy.
Written on: 20.05.2013 18:24
Wallu
Posts: 635
Don´t know what to think about this Throes + The Shine thing. Sounds good, very energetic and it could turn out to be a party, but all the songs sound exactly the same. Well, I guess it depends what else is playing at the same time.
Written on: 20.05.2013 19:49
Jonathan Søgaard
Posts: 60
Wallu wrote:

If world music party is your thing, check out the Ethopians. Both Badume´s Band & Selamish Zemene and Krar Collective seem very good. Never thought a lyre can sound so groovy.


I'm pretty sure that the best world music party will be brazilian afrobeat Bixiga 70. The more I listen the higher they go on my list. Everyone should check them out and come make it a crazy dancing party icon_smile.gif
Written on: 20.05.2013 20:04
Wallu
Posts: 635
Jonathan Søgaard wrote:

Wallu wrote:

If world music party is your thing, check out the Ethopians. Both Badume´s Band & Selamish Zemene and Krar Collective seem very good. Never thought a lyre can sound so groovy.


I'm pretty sure that the best world music party will be brazilian afrobeat Bixiga 70. The more I listen the higher they go on my list. Everyone should check them out and come make it a crazy dancing party icon_smile.gif


Surely gonna be there. Check out Ondatropica too, not gonna miss that one.
Written on: 20.05.2013 20:26
Jonathan Søgaard
Posts: 60
Wallu wrote:

Jonathan Søgaard wrote:

Wallu wrote:

If world music party is your thing, check out the Ethopians. Both Badume´s Band & Selamish Zemene and Krar Collective seem very good. Never thought a lyre can sound so groovy.


I'm pretty sure that the best world music party will be brazilian afrobeat Bixiga 70. The more I listen the higher they go on my list. Everyone should check them out and come make it a crazy dancing party icon_smile.gif


Surely gonna be there. Check out Ondatropica too, not gonna miss that one.


Thanks alot! Somehow missed them. Sounds just like something I would go (and dance) to. Not Bixiga level (in my book) but really really good.

This is my first year of really going deep into the program, and its fucking me up. Soooo many acts I want to see. Will be a horrible when the scheduale is presented.
Written on: 21.05.2013 05:47
Wallu
Posts: 635
Jonathan Søgaard wrote:

Wallu wrote:

Jonathan Søgaard wrote:

Wallu wrote:

If world music party is your thing, check out the Ethopians. Both Badume´s Band & Selamish Zemene and Krar Collective seem very good. Never thought a lyre can sound so groovy.


I'm pretty sure that the best world music party will be brazilian afrobeat Bixiga 70. The more I listen the higher they go on my list. Everyone should check them out and come make it a crazy dancing party icon_smile.gif


Surely gonna be there. Check out Ondatropica too, not gonna miss that one.


Thanks alot! Somehow missed them. Sounds just like something I would go (and dance) to. Not Bixiga level (in my book) but really really good.

This is my first year of really going deep into the program, and its fucking me up. Soooo many acts I want to see. Will be a horrible when the scheduale is presented.


I know, it´s the worst day of every Roskilde year.
Written on: 21.05.2013 12:03
Martin Horn Pedersen
Official RF person
Posts: 1194
Wallu wrote:

Jonathan Søgaard wrote:


This is my first year of really going deep into the program, and its fucking me up. Soooo many acts I want to see. Will be a horrible when the scheduale is presented.


I know, it´s the worst day of every Roskilde year.


I both hate and love it.
Yeah I hate when some of act I love the most clach, but I love the part about knowing this is what my plan is.. atm I got a lot of act I might be able to see.. from that day I know what I can and can´t see


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