SPOT 2022: L'art pour La Part


Day party is free and starts at 3pm.
DJ’s will be announced.

Doors at 7.30pm
First band at 8pm

Live shows are free for Spot-goers, otherwise 80kr. at the door.
Limited capacity so come early.

In collaboration with Kunsthal Aarhus, Part Time Records present a selection of their label and booking roster during this year’s Spot Festival. Live sets of purely Aarhus homebred acts in the evening as well as daytime party featuring masterful DJ’s (of later introduction) and delicate beverages served in the delicate surroundings of Kunsthal Aarhus.

With an already established knack for guitar jangle, pure emotion, and live energy, Modest is teasing a broadening of their musical palette as their debut album ‘Friend’ gradually unfolds. ‘Friend’ is set for release on May 6 (this day!).

Assegai’s instrumental outbursts are laced with mysticism and kraut-like discipline - along with anything off their “mutual pile of clutter and bank of ideas”. The bare and minimal structures of their upcoming EP ‘53’ reflect the walls of their rehearsal space, which set the frame for the band’s lockdown writing.

To our knowledge, Trader was born out of ‘vognen’, the trailer from where their “heavy and explosive indie rock” is created. Homaging both 90’s and contemporary bands, Trader’s perhaps biggest gem is their musical craftsmanship. Exciting news coming up soon.

Yung-frontman Mikkel Holm Silkjær has been exhibiting his solo sobriquet for some time before dropping Holm’s debut album ‘Why Don’t You Dance’ in January of this year. Taking some cue from the snarling guitars of Yung, Holm is a deeply personal terrain for new ideas and self-reflection.

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