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  • Thursday 03/03-2011 | By Stefan Rasmussen

    From Hvidovre-world to forest reggae

    Crossover jazz, Hvidovre world music, Middle Eastern folk pop, forest reggae, avantgarde pop, and an introduction to cutting edge art music. As usual SPOT breaks new ground and presents a multitude of genres, hybrids and fascinating experiments. As is probably well known to most of you, SPOT is a lot...

  • Wednesday 23/02-2011 | By Stefan Rasmussen

    Numerous Shades of Pop

    Corny electro pop, sparkling pop, art pop, pop noir and eerie dream pop. SPOT opens the goodie bag and lets out plenty of pop! In just a couple of years Danish/Rumanian singer and songwriter Maria Apetri aka Fallulah has made it to the top of the pop heaven. With massive airplay, the title song of...

  • Thursday 17/02-2011 | By Stefan Rasmussen

    More Swedish quality announced for SPOT – as well as both brand new and more experienced Danish acts

    Two days ago SPOT had the pleasure of announcing Jenny Wilson as part of this year’s festival line-up. Today the festival reveals two more Swedish acts, and in the near future more artists from the Nordic countries will be presented. The two Nordic acts this time are the Swedish bands – Me And My...

  • Tuesday 15/02-2011 | By Henrik Friis

    Jenny Wilson has been added to the SPOT Festival 2011 line-up

    Jenny Wilson is back and ready to play this year's festival, after a failed attempt in 2006, where a bad case of pneumonia forced her to cancel her show at SPOT Festival. SPOT Festival focuses on more than newer Danish music – and this year's festival will be no different with several exciting Nordic...

  • Thursday 10/02-2011 | By Stefan Rasmussen

    The SPOT Festival reveals the first six acts

    SPOT debuts for The Malpractice, Iceage, Dad Rocks!, Asbjorn And The Strange Ears, Thulebasen, and Some Speak of the Future – music that points in several directions.The SPOT train has been set in motion and we can now reveal the first six treats for the SPOT crowd. All six acts are first-timers at...

  • Friday 21/01-2011 | By Henrik Friis

    SPOT quality in all genres

    The task of finding acts for SPOT Festival 2011 has begun. For four days, from morning until night, the Danish/international curator group have worked their way through the many applications and are now ready with their bid on how the exciting Danish music will sound this year at SPOT Festival 2011....