until Roskilde Festival 2014 - 29 June to 6 July


Friday 05.07.13 - 17:30 - Apollo

Do robots and androids go to nightclubs sometime in the future? If they do, they might dance, sweat petrol and kiss each other to music reminiscent of Jam City.

With the debut album Classical Curves, the young London producer Jack Latham has created a piece of electronic futurism. Filled with zigzagging melody samples, distorted forms and shattered glass. Somewhere inside the shining chrome you find a wreckage of soul, house, techno and pop.

But Latham reinvents, mutates and transforms it all as if Gyro Gearloose were let loose behind a mixing console. Get ready to dance as if it were 2099.

Label: Night Slugs / Import

Futuristic, violent nightclub music

Band schedule is ready in May

Roskilde Festival releases the time schedule in May, if everything works out at least somewhat according to plan.

We don’t do it until then to make the best schedule possible for our audience. When we, for various reasons, are forced to make changes late in the process, we have a better chance at putting together a programme that considers both the spreading of genres, the performer's touring plans and safety at the festival.

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