Roskilde Festival 2015 is coming closer and with it once again a week-long celebration of music, summer and life. Among the 175 confirmed acts of this year’s line-up, you can find besides all international names also a great bunch of local acts from Denmark. They will not only perform during the main festival days, but to fire up the festival in style a big part will already play the warm-up days on the Roskilde Rising and Apollo Countdown stages.

To help you put together your personal festival schedule, Good because Danish will introduce a couple Danish names in our “ID”-series for Roskilde Festival 2015 – starting today with the profile of Danish-rapping electro hip-hop duo Benal:

Name: Benal
Date, Time and Stage of Roskilde show: Sunday, 28. June – 15:00 – opening act for the new Apollo Countdown stage // Event on Facebook
Genre: Electronic hiphop
Number of band members: 2 (Benjamin & Albert)
Homebase: 3rd base or Copenhagen
Roskilde Festival is… a free your mind hug from the elders.
Favourite Roskilde Festival memory: We were booked to play the skatescene last year but due to heavy rain the stage loft leaked water and our show was cancelled 10 minutes before showdown. In the moment it was an unfunny little fucker but now it’s sleeping nice in the memory bank.
Name of (imaginary) Roskilde camp: Camp deep bunker castle
Must-see show at Roskilde Festival 2015: Pede B & DJ Noize
Roskilde-virgin or Roskilde-veteran? Veteran.
Party camps or “silent and clean“ area? Party-clean.
Beer or Vodka? Vodka.
Warm-up concerts or main festival days? Main.
Gringo Nachos or Buggi Burger? Gringo Burger.
Shower or no shower? Shower.


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