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Jupiter & some other stuff announced today


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Written on: 26.02.2014 13:38
Wallu
Posts: 712
That´s more like it! Saw Jupiter & Okwess International in Helsinki last year and that´s a guarenteed party. Third must-see for me.
Written on: 26.02.2014 14:09
Mr. Monster
Posts: 944
Jason Isbell will be a must see for my based on what I've heard today (he's most recent album) as I haven't heard any work he's done after leaving Drive By Truckers before.
Written on: 26.02.2014 15:18
gixbit
Posts: 274
I'm very happy with Jason Isbell and Aoife O'Donovan. Both are great singer-songwriters. And Isbells album from last year got me listening to the americana genre again after years with nothing new and really exciting reaching my ears.

Jupiter Okwess is also good eventhough it's only a couple of years ago he was here. His album from last year is great.

So it was a good wendsday for me even if i'm still disappointed that they missed out on Afghan Whigs and that the line-up overall is still quite weak.
Written on: 28.02.2014 14:38
Bongo Anders
Posts: 1154
I won the Facebook contest so I will attend the Jupiter and Okwess concert in Copenhagen the 28th of march.

So I will report back with a concert review icon_biggrin.gif
Written on: 28.02.2014 16:54
Martin Horn Pedersen
Official RF person
Posts: 1272
Bongo Anders wrote:

I won the Facebook contest so I will attend the Jupiter and Okwess concert in Copenhagen the 28th of march.

So I will report back with a concert review icon_biggrin.gif



Congratulations!
Written on: 02.03.2014 16:18
The Rehabilitation of Luis Suarez
Posts: 2506
gixbit wrote:

I'm very happy with Jason Isbell and Aoife O'Donovan. Both are great singer-songwriters. And Isbells album from last year got me listening to the americana genre again after years with nothing new and really exciting reaching my ears.

Jupiter Okwess is also good eventhough it's only a couple of years ago he was here. His album from last year is great.

So it was a good wendsday for me even if i'm still disappointed that they missed out on Afghan Whigs and that the line-up overall is still quite weak.


do you like The Avett Brothers mate?
Written on: 29.03.2014 21:44
Bongo Anders
Posts: 1154
So here comes the worst review you have ever heard.



In short it was one of the most energetic concerts i have never witnessed, some sort of controlled chaos because i never noticed a wrong drum sequence or bad guitar play.


As the concert came closer to the end the party temperature got raised to ultmate hights and Global was bouncing.

I honestly don´t know how to descripe the music but we are in the funk genre, Prince on speed perhaps . icon_biggrin.gif

The album on spotify is off course a good way to start but this i some kindd of music that has to be experienced live.

Written on: 30.03.2014 19:17
TMaagaard
Posts: 380
I'll definitely be attending this Jupiter malarkey. I'm standing to warm to Jason Isbell as well.
Written on: 30.03.2014 23:20
Bongo Anders
Posts: 1154
I´m also putting them up on my must see list, thats for sure.


If a normal Copenhagen concert crowd can go that much crazy at the end I´m wondering if Pavilion/Avalon will stand after this. icon_smile.gif

Its funny how the concert was building up from a normal funk concert and then just getting wilder, I´m not hoping that I´m over selling it now but I was very impressed.

Maybe it sounds wierd but one of the things I´m enjoying at Roskilde is to see the crowd go mental or be very cheering at a good concert.

I have found myself leaving a concert if the crowd was not into it, normally it means trhat the concert is bad so there is maybe a good reaon for leaving also. icon_biggrin.gif
Written on: 01.04.2014 15:11
Wallu
Posts: 712
Bongo Anders wrote:

So here comes the worst review you have ever heard.



In short it was one of the most energetic concerts i have never witnessed, some sort of controlled chaos because i never noticed a wrong drum sequence or bad guitar play.


As the concert came closer to the end the party temperature got raised to ultmate hights and Global was bouncing.

I honestly don´t know how to descripe the music but we are in the funk genre, Prince on speed perhaps . icon_biggrin.gif

The album on spotify is off course a good way to start but this i some kindd of music that has to be experienced live.




Sounds just what I´m looking for. I saw them last August in Helsinki and that was a party for sure too. You seldom go wrong with these african bands and Jupiter & Okwess International is a party band even in african standards.


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