SPOT is proud to announce a host of new acts signed for the 25th SPOT festival.
Among the new additions are: Goss – aka Mads Damsgaard Kristiansen from the internationally renowned Reptile Youth. Goss is a sort of sci-fi-R&B adventure, with Mads as the ever energetic, expressive front man. Malte Ebert has created his own sound, and his impressive voice makes him a shooting star on the way up. Other additions are: Artifact Collective, Astrid Engberg, CLARA, Dark Times (NO), Ea Kaya, Goss, Kaaliyah, Korantemaa (SE), Malte Ebert and Saint by CarlloYaboy & Hans Zamroud.
Train – Try it the metal way
On Friday the 3rd of May, the Aarhus venue Train will be transformed into a palace of metal. The world of metal will be celebrated via full volume performances by various acts. One of these bands is Baest, a band formed back in 2015 that has proven to be ever-growing in popularity. Baest is now focusing on the international market via a heavy touring and a worldwide deal with Century Media Records. Get ready to be blown away when they enter the stage at Train and are joined by LLNN, Nyt Liv, Orm, and Xenobelight.
The Roots&Hybrid stage has got its own programme throughout the entire SPOT festival and is best described as a festival within a festival – focusing on roots music from different parts of the world, mixed with all kinds of new hybrids. The first acts announced from the line-up are 47 Soul (PS), Bremer/McCoy, Dengue Dengue Dengue (PE), Faratuben (DK/ML), Tuhaf (DK/TR) and YIN YIN (NL)
Other partners adding to the SPOT line-up are the record labels Part Time Records and Sherwood Records. The first acts in their line-up have now been revealed: J. Fen Happens, Modest, Tears, Tilebreaker, Visitor Kane and Yung.