If sunshine could be bottled, put in Danish stores, and sold on cold grey days, then it would most probably be branded ‘The Eclectic Monikers’. That’s if the band’s up-beat gig at SCC last night was anything to go by.
Moody lighting and a sparse stage set up created the perfect backdrop for Farao’s no nonsense brand of folk/pop. Photos by Nicholas McKinlay.
Sleep Party People brought forward an interesting play on the dynamics of live music last night, mesmerizing the audience who were treated a performance that transcended the usual stage-audience dynamics.
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The film doesn’t come out until August, but when it does, interactive movie Slum Challenge will allow audiences to live vicariously through an 11-year-old boy from Manila. Jutland Station chats with the Danish team about the challenges of shooting this doco.
Three Nordic bands impressed Asian ears during SPOT Festival, by demonstrating that “Happiness could be as powerful as anger in rock and roll”.
This is the final article of a mini-series written by Ellie and Hannah, the co-ordinators of Jutland Station’s SPOT coverage. We tell you our suggestions of events to go to with or without a ticket at SPOT festival 2014.
What does it take to make the girls swoon? Meet Christopher – a boy-wonder with a silky smooth voice and tousled curls to match- Katherine Dunn reviews Christopher’s performance at SPOT.
Lydmor and Bon Homme are both purveyors of aching, dancey electro-pop – but there’s no synthesizers quite so sweet as the sounds they make together. Katherine Dunn reviews their set.
In a society that is considered one of the most egalitarian worldwide, gender equality in the music industry seems to have fallen decades behind. Nele Goutier reviews ‘Ride the Balance’