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[RSVP now] MXD’s Superball networking and live shows

Asbjørn Hæstrup

RSVP is open now to join us at Radar for networking and shows by Marching Church, Ellis May and School of X.

We are excited to finally invite all Spot+ delegates to RSVP for MXD’s Superball, our networking platform and stage during Spot festival 2017:

  • Saturday May 6th at Radar, from 12-15:00pm.
  • More than 150 international delegates will be joining
  • Food trucks on site – free food and drinks for the early birds
  • RSVP now to Superball@mxd.dk and bring your SPOT+ delegate pass on the day.

Besides networking, we will be presenting our first ever showcase stage curated by an international delegate. This year, we are lucky to have Laura Snapes – British culture critic for media like The Guardian, Observer, Financial Times, Pitchfork, NPR, MTV and Uncut – picking her three favorite acts from the Danish program.

Read further on her line up choice and a small introduction on each act you’ll be seeing live:

Marching Church

Marching Church is the side project of Iceage’s Elias Bender Rønnenfelt, and a romantic, debauched retreat from his main gig’s malevolent glare. He’s a glam Nick Cave, a reformed Pete Doherty, a brazen gladioli twirler and seducer.” LS

Ellis May

Also known as Sophia Maj, Ellis May reminds me of two of my all-time favourite women’s voices: Portishead’s Beth Gibbons, and PJ Harvey, particularly circa Is This Desire? May has a background in sound design for films, and also produces her eerie, pulsing music, which evokes creepy moors at dusk.” LS

School of X

Rasmus Littauer drums for MØ by day, but as School of X, he’s making gorgeous processed pop. Imagine if the Pet Shop Boys had made Behaviour on a Balearic island retreat.” LS

To join us please RSVP to Superball@mxd.dk. First come, first served, and please note that there is limited space.

For questions please mail Carolina@mxd.dk.