With an extra focus on visual elements, Danish alternative Pop artist Kill J showed her talent in a distinctive theatrical performance.
Copenhagen band D/troit played an afternoon set at Aarhus’s SPOT festival yesterday, and wowed the crowd with their warm, soulful playing and never-ending dance moves.
Noah Kin from Finnish-Nigerian Rapper is supposed to be the “Next big thing in HipHop”. His performance at SPOT is one of the festival’s highlights.
Two beautiful ladies in red dresses singing, a bearded guy playing the violin, another lady and a man with drums and percussion –
She was one of the first Danes to pick up the steel guitar, and was headhunted by Jack White. Jutland Station met Maggie Björklund before her concert at Atlas last week.
Disappointed with the lack of an electronic music scene in Aarhus, several individual DJs have decided to take matters into their own hands.
Struggling through that not-quite-spring, not-quite-winter slump? Never fear – there’s plenty to do in Aarhus this weekend to keep you busy before spring
Musical acts Iron & Wine and Jesca Hoop brought a distinctly American flavor to Fonden Voxhall last week, drawing a crowd of
Klaphat means ‘idiot’ in Danish, and that’s what our Canadian columnist frequently feels like when faced with the complexities of Danish society. This week, through Danish music she hopes to uncover the true nordic soul.
Preview: On the back of a pivotal performance at SPOT last year, Go Go Berlin are back to perform in Aarhus. Band Manager Facius tells Jutland Station how their show that almost missed the attention of the booking agents has lead to the band’s biggest year so far.