Last night saw the Rainbow Panorama at ARoS transform into a musical arena that cast the audience from a platform above Aarhus to the Pacific Ocean in the Far East. For many reasons – some surprising – the gig was most definitely a unique experience.
Last night, Atlas hosted several Danish punk bands for SPOT. Communions, Lower, and Iceage all showed off different definitions of loud.
Have you ever wondered who calls the shots when it comes to Tarantino’s famous music choices? Daria Sukharchuk found out for herself when she met Tarantino’s music supervisor Mary Ramos at a SPOT seminar yesterday.
With the full music programme underway, here’s our list of what to see, listen and do during day 3 of SPOT Festival.
Afternoon sun and a quirky performance wasn’t enough to really get the crowd moving at yesterday’s Broken Beats performance, but regardless – the band’s stage energy made this concert shine.
Staying largely true to their frank namesake, last night in the Musikhuset foyer, Hamburg based “FUCK ART, LET’S DANCE!” incited a legion of young fans to unhinge their hips and lose their physical inhibitions. Nicholas McKinlay reviews their performance.
A lacklustre and hyggeligt crowd swayed to the sounds of Alcoholic Faith Mission, where wailing and screaming make up for the lack of synthesizers- a review by Fred Bonatto
An old man lives in a house far away from everyone and loves the world he has created, but is helpless to protect it- a preview by Daria Sukharchuk
It began with a slow, electro-pop burn and ended with a blast of classic, strobe-lit rock and roll… Katherine Dunn reviews SPOT’s opening party.