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BABY WOODROSE + THE SETTING SON

Saturday, April 6, 2013 @ 21:00

| 140 kroner

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Baby Woodrose is a rock band formed in Copenhagen in 2001. The name is taken from the Argyreia Nervosa, a plant commonly known as Hawaiian Baby Woodrose, which can be used for hallucinogenic effects. When Baby Woodrose released their debut album “Blows Your Mind” in 2001 it was in reality a one-man operation by Lorenzo Woodrose who wrote the songs, played all the instruments, produced it and released it on his own record label Pan Records. Baby Woodrose later became a real band and the next album, Money For Soul, reflected that. Here they created a unique sound that took them to the 60′s and back, letting the music be influenced by many shades of rock’n'roll, soul and psych, but always played with a heartfelt punk attitude. Money For Soul became their first hit record resulting in massive airplay on national radio, the opening slot on the main stage at the Roskilde Festival in 2003, a danish grammy nomination as well as actually winning the prestigious danish P3Guld award. Several very diverse albums followed, the heavily compressed Love Comes Down from 2006, the moodier and more psychedelic Chasing Rainbows from 2007, the commercial sounding self titled album from 2009 and lately the return to a more lofi and trashy aesthetic on Third Eye Surgery from 2012. Baby Woodrose have for many years toured and recorded as a trio but has in the past 3 years played live both as a quartet and quintet, featuring an everchanging line up of musicians from the Copenhagen underground of bands such as Telstar Sound Drone and The Setting Son.

New single, “Light Up Your Mind” out April 1st 2013.

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Details

Start:
Saturday, April 6, 2013 21:00
End:
Saturday, April 6, 2013 23:00
Cost:
140 kroner
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Venue

Loppen
Phone:
+45 32578422
Sydområdet 4B, 1. sal København K, 1440