2010年4月9日星期五

Roskilde Festival - Promising Danish acts to Pavilion Junior

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Roskilde Festival has announced the first names for the warm-up days.
This week, Roskilde have announced a number of Danish acts for Pavilion Junior. The new additions are a warm-up for next week when this year’s Roskilde poster sees the light of day.

Pavilion Junior is the stage for promising talent and new music names.
CHIMES & BELLS is the busy Cæcilie Trier's solo project. The great talent plays cello in Choir of Young Believers, but here she enters the stage as the true artistic centre with alluringly dark and uplifting art rock.

EIM ICK creates a wide-ranging musical hypnosis with his dreamy, minimalistic techno.

FALLULAH impresses with her artistically refined pop and may very well be one of Denmark's next great international successes.

GHOST SOCIETY has developed their own dreamy, synth-sparkling noise rock that will remind you of Mew and My Bloody Valentine.

ICEAGE plays nihilistic, scratchy, lo-fi post-punk. They are not old enough to buy beers in bars yet but have already supported congenial bands such as HEALTH and Wavves.

KANDY KOLORED TANGERINE serves melodic psych-rock and places itself confidently in formation with Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, The Brian Jonestown Massacre and other dark flower children.

FREJA LOEB is a young electronic pop diva. As a Danish counterpart to Annie, La Roux or Little Boots, she plays 80s-inspired, decadent-esque pop.

MY EVIL TWIN takes the stage with accessible electronic pop full of sighs of the heart and dripping sugar.

NIGHT FEVER is a melodic, old-school hardcore punk band with humour, anger and desperate energy in the bloodstream.

RISING gets inspiration from Mastodon, Sleep and Black Sabbath who live in the same land where the guitar riff is addressed as the Lord.

SLEEP PARTY PEOPLE is a scarily sure supplier of sinister atmospheres and effective melodies – not unlike a darker version of Sigur Rós.

THEE ATTACKS serve a well-stirred cocktail of 60s rock and sputtering hormones with the same nerve as The Hives and early The Who.

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