On June 6th and 7th the annual Spot Festival was on in Aarhus.
SOPA was there with a little shop. A growing shop. A fancy
schmancy shop with both mp3 listening post and laptop with
video, uh yeah.
We were sharing a tent with music mag Geiger, vinyl shop Route
66 and the RECession Festival.
We also caught up with Dennis Thang Block of Delay Lama and
talked a bit about the new SOPA release "Mk. I".
We shot some video of that.
Pictures and video by Lars Kjær Dideriksen.
Lama interview at Spot Festival (including cd preview)
Dideriksen interview at Spot Festival (done by festival website)
A view up to the stages from the "hole" of the tent
Yeah, the selection of nice wares continues to grow.
It was hot in the shade in the tent and it was hot out in
the sun. Phew!
Mr. Dideriksen not realizing the matching attire until late
spending the day looking like a right Mr. Livingstone looking
tropical helmet. What he doesn't do to display that Singvogel
The one performance at our tent. Easily the most "independent"
on the festival.
A setlist of sorts?!
Jean-Pierre Moya, Mr. French radio Rockomondo, checking the
crates at Route 66.
Admittedly there was a certain amusing satisfacting in knowing
...this unique performance seemed to annoy the hell out of
songwriters trying to put on a show in the tent next to ours.
Kim Holm, coordinator of the RECession Festival, and Jan Petersen,
also in on
that festival fun - as well as playing in the superb rock
band Ear And Dark.