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Those "little letter"-gems

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Written on: 17.06.2014 11:14
Posts: 712
TMaagaard wrote:

mathias s wrote:

I recently picked up Future Islands after their amazing performance at David Letterman, so I'm pretty stoked about seeing them at Roskilde. Drug Honkey is new to me, seems rad. Also, the person who put The Horrors in small print needs a spanking.

Edit: Forgot to mention Ryley Walker.

I'll definitely catch Ryley Walker as well.

Somehow I missed that guy totally. Nice addition to Saturday afternoons lineup.
Written on: 17.06.2014 15:35
Posts: 380
Both Les Big Byrd and Liars sounds like good additions to me. I might catch both of them.
Written on: 17.06.2014 16:05
Posts: 824

I was starting to pick out my own personal schedule and stumbled upon Denai Moore.
Seems perfect for a soft sunday afternoon on Gloria. (To clear the ears after Carcass!)
Written on: 18.06.2014 09:52
Posts: 16
Don't know if i'm still alive, but would like to se Skammens Vogn. Check "Kender du det". I would love to see Banks as well, but it's half an hour before The Rolling Stones. I also like the sound of Maya Jane Coles, but she's playing at the same time as Skammens Vogn
Written on: 18.06.2014 21:11
Posts: 824

Seen Ryley Walker mentioned in a few posts.
Host him and his crew in Copenhagen for a night and get a free ticket to Saturday. icon_biggrin.gif
Written on: 19.06.2014 15:11
Posts: 16
Earl Sweatshirt is also a very nice artist among the small letter names and Future to the Left is on my list as well...

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Written on: 20.06.2014 15:58
Morten Friis
Posts: 73
Wow - way too many to list, but here are some of my favorites (in alphabetical order):

BANKS: Introduced to her music through SOHN (Before I Ever Met You). Such a shame I will probably have to skip this concert because of Rolling Stones.

Cancer: Nikolaj Manuel Vonsild (When Saints Go Machine) and Chorus Grant - need I say more?

DJ Food, DJ Cheeba and DJ Moneyshot - 3 Way Mix: Party of the Year at Roskilde '14. Such a shame it's Saturday at 12, but at least now people won't have any excuse to stay away. It's going to be massive.

Earl Sweatshirt: Another great OFWKTA member now also making it big as a solo artist.

Eprom: Fusion between glitch-hop, dubstep, chiptune and electronica.

Groundislava: Another great electronic artist, somewhat similar to Eprom, but with a more relaxed, downtempo, 80s feel.

Hookworms: Great psychedelic noise rock.

Kelela: Cut 4 Me was one of my favorite mixtapes of 2013, and I can't wait to hear her live.

The Men: Have gotten a bit softer lately, but I'm sure they'll be bursting with energy on the stage.

Psyched Up Janis: How the hell is this in small letters? Danish legends.

Pusha T: Roskilde has booked some great hip-hop names recently, and Pusha T is no exception.

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