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    TEGO CALDERÓN COMES TO ROSKILDE FESTIVAL 2013
    Chinese Man and Mokoomba also fill the Roskilde lineup with sunshine.
    Today's urban package is a three-stage rocket, exploring destinations as diverse as France, Zimbabwe and Puerto Rico.

    TEGO CALDERÓN (PR) visits Roskilde Festival on his first Scandinavian tour ever. This is the first time in six years that the reggaeton king is in Europe. Reggaeton is a mix of Spanish-language rap, salsa, dancehall and other tropical beats – the genre has its origins in Puerto Rico's poorest neighbourhoods. Tego Calderón is partly responsible for making the music genre grow big both inside and outside the slum.

    CHINESE MAN (FR) makes the party spin from their turntables with a mashup of funk, house, jazz, reggae and hip hop. The French DJ collective is a group of music lovers with a broad approach to turntablism and a penchant for obscure samples and crackling nostalgia. With visuals and vocalists on top of the versatile mix, this is a great opportunity to celebrate the Year of the Snake at Roskilde Festival.

    MOKOOMBA (ZW) sounds like a concentrate of African traditions – filled with swaying hips, handclaps and festive brass. With the language and rhythms from their own tonga minority, Mokoomba throws funk, pop and Latin rhythms on top, and the band has a wonderful front man and lead singer in Mathias Muzaza. Uplifting dance music, almost certain to leave listeners happy and with a nice suntan.

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    Tego Calderon, hahahaha. Is Daddy Yankee next?

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    No he isn´t :-)

    ALTERNATIVE PACKAGE READY FOR ROSKILDE FESTIVAL
    Dead Can Dance, Efterklang, Foxygen, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Suuns and Savages are added to the 2013 lineup.
    We make the coming weekend a bit nicer with the announcement of these six new acts for Roskilde Festival 2013.

    DEAD CAN DANCE (AU) play their very first concert ever on Danish soil - the only one in Scandinavia this summer. Through a fog of chanting vocals, reverb and thick synthesizers, Dead Can Dance calls forth the bewitched sweetness of Arabian nights and the odours of the Far East.

    EFTERKLANG (DK) visits Roskilde for the fourth time with a show that will cement why the Danish lads are loved all over the world. The trio has signed with the legendary 4AD label. They have made audience members hold their breath back, playing fragile chamber pop with strong nuances and colours.

    FOXYGEN (US) produces innocent, witty catchy tunes with impressive confidence and independence. The young blog darlings and critics' faves are obviously head-over-heels in love with the 60s bigwigs, but the duo has enough charisma, flamboyance and self-deprecation to make their songs solid material in the 21st century.

    UNKNOWN MORTAL ORCHESTRA (NZ/US) also look towards the 60s but add their own laid-back and homemade vibe to the acid trip. Stoned guitar rock filled with flickering sunshine, easy-going nonchalance and heartfelt tunes.

    SUUNS (CA) is an advanced, adventurous rock band who love to jam deep far inside a cloud of electronica, kraut rock and post-rock. A new album called Images Du Futur is out in March - from a band one could call Montreal's answer to Radiohead.

    SAVAGES (UK) play raw post-punk with a gory bite. The black-clad punk sisters have only released one single and has chosen to use their critically acclaimed concerts as the primary form of expression until the debut album lands later in the year.

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    Ticket arrived a couple days ago!!!! and WHAT!?!?!? Kreator and DEP??? Don't mind if I do. Also, Action Bronson, not bad. Bon Appetit Bitches!
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    Three heavy names add extra weight to the Roskilde Festival's music program.

    Today's package gives room for some legends that have helped create and develop a central genre. At the same time Roskilde Festival continues a tradition of great diversity in the metal programme by also accommodating the more extreme forms of metal.

    KREATOR (DE) are German metal kings who have been making the stage boil for more than 30 years. Since the early 80s, these Germans have been spitting out albums that have enshrined their sound in the thrash genre DNA. Their last album is the Phantom Antichrist from 2012, showing a band in great form.

    THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN (US) made ​​its name with complex hard core, which is not only brutal, but also jazz virtuoso-like and filled with surprising genre detours. Their live shows are intense bursts of energy, where the complexities occasionally explode in a ferocity that has made the band's concerts legendary and infamous.

    ANAAL NATHRAKH (UK) uses elements of black metal, melodic death metal and grind core to blur the boundaries of how uncompromising you can use the heavy music to evoke a dark cloud of terror and death. When Mick Kenney and David Hunt perform on stage, they usually bring in reinforcement, so together they can match the attack of the guitar and growls on the Brits’ albums.
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    More up an coming names are announced, even though Pää Kii and Bendik are a pleasant surprice (at least to me) then i hope they will soon announce some established bands very soon.



    NORDIC PACKAGE READY FOR ROSKILDE FESTIVAL 2013
    Bendik, Dråpe, Indians, Pää Kii, Ásgeir Trausti and Wintergatan are added the the lineup.
    Today's announcement is a true Nordic package, covering the full geographical spectrum from Iceland to Finland.

    BENDIK (NO) hover in the same air space as Mew and fellow Norwegians Lukestar, even though their expression is a bit more electronic than that of their colleagues. The trio is keen on mixing the grandiose with icy harmonies so that you almost feel the polar wind.

    DRÅPE (NO) produce roaring, dreamy guitar noise with yearning angelic vocals hovering on top. Their first EP is full of noise pop taking off on pink clouds for the upper part of the atmosphere.

    INDIANS (DK) is an international success with a record deal with the iconic 4AD label. Influential media such as NME and Pitchfork praise the debut album Somewhere Else. With a broad palette, the versatile musician creates weightless pop, combining acoustic folk with psychedelic electronica and atmospheric soundscapes.

    PÄÄ KII (FI) delivers no-nonse punk as if taken from the late 70s. Devoid of detours of any kind. The Finns sing the rocking and rolling punk tunes in their strange mother tongue. Still, they have been nominated for a Nordic Music Prize for their energetic and fast-selling debut album.

    ÁSGEIR TRAUSTI (IS) may be the hottest new Icelandic act right now, and he is nominated for a Nordic Music Prize. The music is based on naked, beautiful songs, written and played on his acoustic guitar and spiced up with electronic features. The band version of the concerts includes musicians who normally play in his older brother’s reggae band Hjálmar.

    WINTERGATAN (SE) is like a journey into the world of a shimmering music box with a bunch of mainly electronic musicians as guides. And even though only two songs are shared with the public so far, Wintergatan displays a flair for poetic sound images not unlike those of Frenchman Yann Tiersen.

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    KENDRICK LAMAR TO PLAY ROSKILDE 2013
    Jake Bugg, Hatebreed, Rokia Traoré and an electronic package from the Numbers label are also added to the lineup.
    We add more stardust of solid acts to the 2013 lineup.

    KENDRICK LAMAR (US) has made the leap into the list of grand hip hop acts. With good kid, m.A.A. d. city the rapper from Compton has made a bona fide masterpiece, one of the most critically-acclaimed albums of 2012. And the Nordic audience has already witnessed how he masters his craft in a live setting as well.

    The American hip hopper is just one of several great acts today.

    JAKE BUGG (UK) takes the best of 60s folk and 90s Brit rock and moulds his own melodic blues. The young musician has taken the stage as a young Bob Dylan and all the established stars are eager to sing his praise as well.

    HATEBREED (US) have made mosh pits everywhere red-hot since 1994. They visit Roskilde Festival for the first time since 2004. The Americans breed their own monster: ’Celtic Frost hardcore’ front man Jamey Jasta dubs the genre, conveying a mix of thrash and hardcore.

    ROKIA TRAORÉ (ML) plays Roskilde Festival for the third time. Today, the culturally widespread anchored diva is not just one of Mali's but Africa's central music ambassadeurs – her forthcoming album is called Beautiful Africa and is produced by PJ Harvey's sidekick John Parish.

    NUMBERS feat. RUSTIE, JACKMASTER, ONEMAN, SPENCER, DEADBOY, REDINHO and SOPHIE (UK) present an electronic evening without genre restrictions. On this tour de force with Glasgow as the base, we get to hear techno, electro, hiphop, UK funky, dubstep and much more.

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    Kraftwerk is just announced on Roskildes Facebook page, sehr geil und über cool.

    It's their 3D show so they will have to distribute 60-70.000 3D glasses, I wonder how they will work that out.
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    This is fantastic news! Never seen them before.

    December 31 - Matthew Dear/The Sword/Pallbearer
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    Its also a first for me, I already got alot I want to see but there are also 140 names left to be announced so what's left is only topping on the cake for me.
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    4 SOLID ACTS COMING TO ROSKILDE FESTIVAL
    Today's music package offers electronica, folk pop and Danish-language pop.
    This Wednesday we announce four acts who have all earned lots of credit with both the audience and the critics.

    CRYSTAL CASTLES (CA) is a duo who inject the energy from punk into their trance-inspired electronica. Alice Glass is a shrill and fired-up front woman who sings on top of analogue synths, a pulsating beat and neverending stroboscopes.

    MARIE KEY (DK) has established herself as one of the most original songwriters and lyricists in Denmark. With a more electronic sound, she has conquered both the radio waves and the critics with her latest album.

    THE LUMINEERS (US) is the latest star in the sky playing stomp-and-clap folk rock, which is getting popular all over the world. Concerts with The Lumineers often result in big singalongs and call and response with the audience.

    OF MONSTERS AND MEN (IS) have fallen right into the grace of an international audience with their grandly orchestrated folk pop. With a dark nature poetry they create an unmistakably Icelandic feel. Of course, the Icelanders already consider Of Monsters And Men a national treasure.



    And Killer Mike self confirmed on his website, but nothing from Roskilde yet.

    http://killermikegto.tumblr.com/post...r-tickets-here
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    Hey Anders, how expensive would you says Roskilde is, if someone tries to do it on the cheap? Also is travel within Denmark quite expensive?

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    You can do it low budget if you don't get tempted to much.

    The most important thing is to buy food and beverage in the discount supermarked in Roskilde town (Fakta, Netto, Aldi, Lidl, Rema 1000 and so on)

    You are allowed to bring one bottle of beverage inside the festival area so mix something before going from your tent or take some Vodka, Whisky or something else and then buy some soda to mix it up when your inside the festival area.

    Travel inside Denmark is not cheap unless you take the bus instead of the train.
    Cheap train tickets can be purchased online on specific departures on dsb.dk, the site is in danish but if you can manage to translate it you will have to choose the Orange ticket in order to get the cheapest fare.

    I can post some links to bus companies when I get on my computer or look at SAS, Danish Air Transport (DAT) or Norwegian for sometimes cheap airfares.


    Btw. Simian Mobile Disco was announced today together with 4 new acts for the upcoming stage Apollo Countdown, SMD will play at the regular Apollo stage.

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    A list of bus companies would be great actually! I am looking at coming from Frankfurt straight to Roskilde or Hamburg/somewhere near the Danish border to the festival. I am cool with bussing, and I'll look into rideshare when it gets closer as well. The cheaper the better.

    Also, is the poster often released in April?

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    Atoms for Peace, perhaps? Nisennenmondai is returning to Europe in June/July, as well.
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    Atoms fit with their own schedule but so does Blur and Rammstein, but it will be cool to have Thom back at Roskilde.

    Busses going to Denmark are Eurolines, Abildskou, Swedbus among others and perhaps Gråhundsbus. But i will check later for more companies but that's the ones that's on top of my head but I'm not sure if the last two i mentioned are only between Denmark and Sweden but you can check them out.

    And check Bahn.de for cheap train tickets to Denmark, you can change from German to English on the top of the page.

    Easyjet has very cheap tickets from Berlin and so has Air Berlin from both Berlin and Düsseldorf.

    Sometimes SAS has some cheap flights and they fly from Hamburg, Hannover, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Stuttgart, Berlin and München (Munich) to Copenhagen.
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    A WARM AND SUNNY ADDITION TO THE ROSKILDE FESTIVAL 2013 LINEUP
    Bombino, Hoba Hoba Spirit, Kottarashky & The Rain Dogs and Meridian Brothers bring some well-needed sunshine to your early spring.


    The last couple of days have been horribly cold in Scandinavia – but hopefully today’s music announcements, ranging from West African desert blues to Colombian Latin rythms with a twist, will bring some well-needed sunshine to your day.

    BOMBINO (NE) has become an ambassador for peace. His raw and poetic guitar playing is like witnessing a West African Jimi Hendrix shrouded in desert clothes. The guitarist with the rock star potential belongs to the desert nomads called the Tuaregs. Their hypnotic music has been a part of Roskilde Festival before when bands such as Tinariwen and Terakaft visited the festival.

    HOBA HOBA SPIRIT (MA) has been a part of a minor Moroccan music revolution. Since the band turned on the amplifiers in the late 90s, they have combined rock and the tones of ancient Morocco in a way that has practically turned them into a national treasure. The fearless music collective combines traces of The Clash, Bob Marley and North African gnawa rhythms with their own melodic and accessible music.

    KOTTARASHKY & THE RAIN DOGS (BG) invite us to the Bulgarian cosmopol Sofia. Kottarashky broke through with the laptop based Opa Hey! With the backing band The Rain Dogs he wanted to take a more organic approach. The dexterous orchestra serves a chilled brew of Eastern European folk music, dub, funk and soul.

    MERIDIAN BROTHERS (CO) do avantgarde pop from another dimension. Their foundation is Latin and tropical rhythms from their homeland. In a bubbling witch’s brew of sunshine and madness, bandleader and jester Eblis Álvarez takes us into his vision of Latin America. The crooked sounds are made out of lounge-like organs, seasick rhythms and steel brass.

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    NEW BANDS MAKE THE 2013 ROSKILDE FESTIVAL LINE-UP EVEN HARDER AND HEAVIER
    Chelsea Light Moving, Nazoranai, The Sword and Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats make up the latest addition to our 2013 line-up
    There’s no need to be overly polite here; regardless of whether you like alternative noise rock or classic hard rock, today’s new bands on our 2013 line-up all kick ass.

    CHELSEA LIGHT MOVING (US) is the new band from former Sonic Youth frontman Thurston Moore. Having parked his legendary and groundbreaking band in the garage, the ever youthful guitar pioneer has assembled a new team of players, perfectly designed to push gritty and sharply cut guitar rock even to completely new territory.

    NAZORANAI (INT) take you on a trip to the furthest corners of the mind with their experimenting doom, filled with disturbed vocals and massive doses of darkness. The Japanese emperor of darkness Keiji Haino has teamed up with Oren Ambarchi and Stephen O'Malley from the hooded merchants of doom and Roskilde favorites, Sunn O))).

    THE SWORD (US) is one of the most consistent and muscular heavy metal bands out there today. Whether your hard rock benchmarks are contemporary sludge- and stoner metal bands, or Black Sabbath, you’re more than well taken care of here. In the world of The Sword, who’s latest album deals with forbidden Christian scriptures, only one thing is sacred: they worship the guitar riff in all its power and glory.

    UNCLE ACID & THE DEADBEATS (UK) have managed to create somewhat of a small cult following around their bloodsoaked and psychedelic hard rock. The British, mildly deviant rock gods will be a revelation to all who enjoy the rock soaked in memorable melodies and guitars with nostalgic fuzz-effects. Mind Control, the third album from the band, is just around the corner.

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    I'm excited for today's adds. The Sword always put on a really good show and I'm really excited to see Chelsea Light Moving, especially with all the good things I've been hearing about them.

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    February 10 - 1349
    February 28 - A Place To Bury Strangers
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    Uncle Acid is actually very good, at least what I have heard of it on Spotify.

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    Uncle Acid is amazing. Don't miss them or Nazoranai. I am really jealous of those two as they have put out some of the best records I have ever heard
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    Mmmmm, haven't heard of Chelsea Light Moving but excited to see some Thurston Moore. And Uncle Acid sounds right up my alley.
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    Get A Tent Uptown is sold out, this was the H&M Reboot camp the previous years and its a very attractive camping Spot With free breakfast and Internet.

    The regular Get A Tent Area is not sold out.

    But 2 things are changed this year, first its moved into the regular camping area instead of out by the caravan camping, the caravan area is expanded instead.

    Second news is the new Get A Camp option with some huge tents with a capacity between 8 to 12 people and also 8 or 12 hot shower wristbands.

    The small one is 5 metres in diameter and 3 metres high.
    The big one is 5,4 metres long, 4,4 metres wide and 2,05 metres high




    The camping map is here.

    http://roskilde-festival.dk/fileadmi...oking_2013.pdf
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    THE NATIONAL CONFIRMED FOR ROSKILDE FESTIVAL 2013
    The popular gloom rockers among this year’s main attractions with a brand new album in the suitcase.
    A band with a huge Scandinavian appeal return to Roskilde Festival.

    The National (US) arrive at Roskilde Festival with a brand new album, Trouble Will Find Me, in their suitcase – this concert will be the first opportunity in Scandinavia to hear the new songs live.

    Previous albums from The National, such as Alligator and Boxer, are already modern classics filled with a wide, romantic appeal to Scandinavian hearts and minds. The last time The National played at Roskilde Festival was in a packed Arena tent in 2010, a convincingly mature band bringing parts of their back catalogue and songs from the, at that time newly released album High Violet, to life in such a way that it practically rained stars from critics, audiences and Roskilde Festival alike.
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    Well I´m guessing that Glasto stole all the attention today so I´m guessing that Roskilde just took the opportunity to announce some up and coming artists for the warm up days.



    WEDNESDAY 27.03.13
    STRONG UPCOMING NAMES JOIN THE LINE-UP
    We announce a group of bands who will kick off this year’s festival.
    All of today’s additions will play either Pavilion Junior or Apollo Countdown, the flagships of new Nordic music on Roskilde Festival. These upcoming Nordic bands will play the Pavilion Junior or Apollo Countdown stages during the first four days of the festival, from 30 June till 3 July.

    From the heavy end of the spectrum we introduce black metal-hope SOLBRRUD (DK), who like punk band LOWER (DK) and electronica producer REWOLMER (DK) are the shooting stars of the Copenhagen underground. The dark punk will also come from the other side of Oresund by VANLIGT FOLK (SE). Further East we encounter K-X-P (FI) who punk up the sound of mechanic German music of the 70s.

    We are also bringing in a bit of Norway. Here we find strong upcoming acts such as BINÄRPILOT (NO) and TORKELSEN (NO), who each have a personal, icy cold grip on electronic music. Their music reaches from console computer game inspired dancing music to more silent melancholia.

    With DJ-duo CAPTAIN FUFANU (IS) and melancholic synth pop from SUMMER HEART (SE) we complete our mini trip around the Nordic upcoming scenes.

    But we are not stopping here…

    We are ready with a lot more music in the near future. We will announce a lot more bands for Pavilion Junior and Apollo Countdown during the coming weeks and on 18 April we announce the complete line-up and this year’s Roskilde Festival poster.

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    Foxygen just announced that they had to drop out.

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    February 3 - Zola Jesus
    February 10 - 1349
    February 28 - A Place To Bury Strangers
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    That's a bummer, I don't think that had ended up seeing them but they sounded alright.

    But the good thing is that they have plenty of time to find a good substitute.


    BTW at it says in the latest announcements then there will only be revealed up and coming bands for the next 2 weeks so don't get exited for the new releases but then in 3 weeks they will reveal the poster.

    There is around 8 slots left at the main stage and the rumours goes around are Frank Ocean, A Tribe Called Quest, The Killers, Atoms For Peace, Blur and My Bloody Valentine.

    The more unserious rumours is Paul McCartney and and after yesterday The Rolling Stones.

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    Paul is in Poland on June 22 and Vienna on June 27 so I don't think that would be terribly farfetched.

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    January 30 - Behemoth
    February 3 - Zola Jesus
    February 10 - 1349
    February 28 - A Place To Bury Strangers
    April 6 - Swans
    April 10-12 - Coachella
    April 17 - Clark/Nosaj Thing
    May 8-10 - Austin Psych Fest
    May 15-17 - Psycho California
    June 24-28 - Glastonbury

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    That would one from my bucket list if he got added.

    I'm also hoping for Blur and they have 2 days available during Roskilde with Rock Werchter on Friday and a French festival on Sunday.
    They are at Open'er in Poland on Wednesday so it would most likely be Thursday that Blur could stop by.

    So that would mean that Thursday evening at the Orange stage will be a Opening act (Scandinavian band/artist) followed by Blur and then finished by Slipknot, not bad.

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    The big version of Get a Tent are now very close to sell out, but there are still the small tents left and also the big 8 and 12 person tents.

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    Hey Nate, whats your camping situation? I didnt even think about this :-/
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