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.
“Finally, the curvy cursive text Skammekrogen flashes across the screen, and I become a 50-year old daddy.” Want to know what this is about? Better, want to know how you can be come a 50-year-old Danish Daddy? Check out our review here.
Already host to myriad events that fall under different categories – music, film, and interactive – SPOT festival has added a new dimension to its lineup this year: a heavy dose of free programming.
Playing a Saturday afternoon slot in SPOT festival are young newcomers Quick Quick Obey. Although native to Jutland, the band have steadily increased
This is the second 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.
Nelson Can’s album release party at HeadQuarters last night showed off some of the talent scheduled for this weekend.
Continuing our Internet Week coverage: Connectivity could just be a new business model for the creative sector – which needs to harness the consumer power of the in-between spaces.
Daria Sukharchuk meets with Gunnar Madsen, who has been involved in the organisation of SPOT festival since the beginning.
This is the first 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.
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.