I had seen Baby Jesus at the CPH Psych fest last year but I think the band has improved now. Very focused 60s beat sound with a high energy. They don’t really offer anything new but do this sound really well and authentic. The small crowd really dug them..
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Telstar Sound Drone was next and now it was dark and you could take advantage of having a pretty cool light show and once again the liquid lights. I have the 7”, the 10” and the full length LP. They played a few songs not on any of their records, which were cool to hear like Drugs Help, Hurricane and Æbelturen. This band has a pretty distinct and spaced out but also hypnotic and a very energetic singer. He actually has more energy than the music itself, which is sometimes a bit crazy… Cool stuff. and pretty intense.
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Baby Woodrose was next on the big stage and this was by far the biggest crowd of the entire festival. Where did all these people come from??? I heard there were 300 at the festival.. Sounds about like normal.. Anyway, Baby Woodrose totally rocked the place and the soundman Anders cranked it up as they were way louder than any other band that played the whole weekend! A very intense set including an old On Trial song (Flashing’ghast) and also a brand new song Mind Control Machine!, Disconnected, Information Overload, Volcano, Born to Lose and a few others… The cover of Freedom by Richie Havens was really cool... I think they played about an hour and 10mins.