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The Lake Daily (live from Roskilde Festival): Thursday


Live interview with The Lake Radio about A Space Where Your Voices Can Live, as installed at the Gloria Pavilion at Roskilde Music Festival 2023.

In this interview, Jan Strikker, Thorbjørn Andersen, and Lise Haller Baggesen discuss motifs, perception and reception of the work, and how all of these pieces fit in to the surrounding context of a music festival.

The Lake Radio is maintained and curated by a community of mostly Copenhagen-based artists and radio producers aided by a long list of kind contributors and collaborators.

The community is supported by a small, part-time staff, and formally organized as a foundation in 2015.

The full episode can be found here:

The interview with Lise starts from 27:15, and lasts until 42:07.

The full episode synopsis reads:

Day two after the first night of shows, heartfelt and high energy. Filled to the brim with intense sense impressions, we are ready with the second program. We have Another Life, Lise Haller Baggesen and Mental Cuties guesting our studio, and you can hear reports from yesterday's shows, as well as recommendations for today's and of course hear tracks from some of the performing artists.

TRACKLIST: Kuunatic - Titián Excerpts from 'It doesn't look like anything to me' by Jules Fisher and Josefine Opsahl Excerpts from 'A space where your voices can live' by Lise Haller Baggesen Melodi Ghazal - Motivational Quote Leenalchi - A fish map


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