Denmark’s popular and annual Roskilde Festival is wrapping up its final day of performances tomorrow. After attendees were able to catch various major acts, including Rosalía, Lil Nas X, Rina Sawayama, Blur, and more, since last Sunday — there is still much to look forward to on the closing lineup.
Here is what to know about the final day Roskilde set times for 2023.
At 11:30 a.m., Resonerende Rum opens the festival on the Platform stage. Throughout the afternoon, there is a blend of Danish acts (Saint Clara at 1:15 p.m., Sofie Birch at 1:30) and others from the US and UK, including Black Country, New Road at 3:15 p.m., Weyes Blood and Militarie Gun both at 4, and Caroline Polachek performing at 5:30.
Then, as the night continues, UK musician Loyle Carner plays at 9:30 on the Arena stage, followed by Mariki at 10:30 p.m. on the Platform stage. One of the festival’s key performers to close out is Lizzo, who festival attendees can catch at 11 p.m. on the Orange stage.
After midnight, Perturbator, Wargasm, Lyra Valenza, First Hate, and more play on various stages, The last set of the night starts at 2 a.m., although it’s unclear how early into the morning each of the closing acts will go.
For a complete list of set times for all final-day Roskilde 2023 performers, visit their official website here.
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Jada Pinkett Smith recently hinted that her talk show Red Table Talk will be making a return. In an interview with PEOPLE, Smith claimed the show is “definitely coming back.” She also discussed her upcoming memoir, “Worthy,” which is scheduled to come out in October. She went on to tease plans for the show’s return.
“We’ve had a couple platforms reach out to us,” Smith revealed. “And we have some interesting avenues that we’re looking at now. You know me, I’m always looking for the next innovative thing.” She continued, “Actually, there’s one idea that we have in mind that I’m kind of excited about that will probably be happening, maybe, close to the release of the book.” Smith says, “We’ve got some really interesting stuff happening with [Red Table Talk]. I’m excited about that journey as well.”
Jada Pinkett Smith Says Platforms Have Reached Out
Fans can look forward to seeing more from Smith, her daughter Willow, and her mother Adrienne Banfield-Norris soon. Recently, her son Jaden shared some other interesting news when he appeared as a guest speaker at the Psychedelic Science conference. He revealed that it was his mother who introduced hallucinogens to their family.
“It was just her for a really, really long time. And then, eventually it just trickled and evolved and everybody found it in their own ways,” the 24-year-old explained. He also went on to share that psychedelic substances have been a powerful tool in his life. Jaden even claimed that they’ve assisted him in improving his relationships with his siblings. “Siblings can argue so much and fight so much, and lord knows me and my siblings have done so much of that in the past,” he explained. “The level of love and empathy that I can feel for them inside of the (psychedelic) experiences and outside of the experiences,” he continued, “has been something that’s profound and beautiful.”
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Copyright law is a complex and nuanced field. In its simplest form, it protects original works of authorship, including literary, dramatic, musical, and artistic works. When considering the realm of music, this extends to the melodies, lyrics, and recordings of a song. It’s important to note that copyright protection applies to complete songs and can also extend to smaller portions of a song, including samples.
The Concept Of Sampling
Sampling is a common practice in the music industry. It concerns pulling a portion, or “sample,” from a sound recording, which is then incorporated into a new composition. This practice is particularly prevalent in genres such as hip-hop and electronic music. The question, however, arises: are these samples copyright free?
Are Samples Copyright Free?
The simple answer is no, samples are not inherently copyright free. Just like full songs, samples are protected under copyright law. Using a sample without the necessary permissions or licenses can lead to legal repercussions, including copyright infringement claims. This holds true even if the sample is only a few seconds long or has been significantly altered in the new work.
Clearing Samples & Fair Use Doctrine
To legally use a sample, you would normally need to clear it, i.e., obtain permission from the copyright holder, which can often involve paying a fee. However, there is an exception to this rule known as the fair use doctrine. This legal doctrine allows limited use of copyrighted material without permission from the copyright holder under certain circumstances, such as for commentary, criticism, news reporting, and academic research.
However, applying the fair use doctrine to sampling can be tricky. Factors like the purpose of the use, the nature of the copyrighted work, the amount and substantiality of the portion used, and the effect of the use on the market for the original work are considered when determining whether a use constitutes fair use.
The Rise Of Royalty-Free Samples
A market for royalty-free samples has emerged in response to the complex and often costly process of clearing samples. These are samples that, once bought, can be used without the need to pay ongoing royalties. They are typically provided by sample libraries or outlets dedicated to producing and distributing these kinds of samples. However, it’s important to remember that “royalty-free” does not necessarily mean “free of cost.” Often, there is an initial cost to buy the sample, but no ongoing royalty payments are required.
Conclusion: Navigating The Complex World Of Sampling
In summary, samples are not inherently copyright free. To use a sample legally, one must either clear the sample by obtaining permission from the copyright holder or qualify for fair use. Alternatively, one can opt for royalty-free samples to avoid traditional potential costs. As with all legal matters, it’s always advisable to consult a legal professional to ensure compliance with copyright law when using samples in music production. This will ensure that creativity can continue growing without potential legal traps.