Can you feel the cool blossoms of springs lurking underneath the breezy April airs? It's that time of the year again and SPOT Festival in Denmark's second biggest city Aarhus will be opening the flood gates to a steady stream of new music from May 4 to 7. This year of course will be a very special festival as Aarhus is one of two European Capitals of Culture, how about that.
Major names on the ticket include Blondage, playing Saturday night, local heroes Lowly, who will be playing the opening concert on Thursday, main man Wangel who secured a prime slot on Friday night, as well as old mates Sgrow who play Saturday afternoon.
A show not to be missed will be Copenhagen's First Hate. The duo has been twisting and turning the knobs on their tracks and live set and have already lined up a healthy line of shows for summer. They play Friday night at the lovely Congress Center. Attached below are Saint Best who are scheduled to take the stage at Radar on Satuday night and have been described by the festival as a Danish version of Friendly Fires - which is fair to say. Team Poule says, gonna be a home run this year.