Balthazar returned this year with the illustrious Fever, an album that sounds quintessentially like Balthazar: sonorous, warm-blooded, dosed and flawlessly performed. On the other hand, the band carefully ventures into the world of obscure seventies disco, French pop, exotic music, film music and Madchester acid house.
With his widely acclaimed debut In The Silence, the popularity of Icelandic musician Ásgeir Trausti Einarsson shot up like an eruption of the famous Eyjafjallajökull volcano. His music forms a miraculous cross-pollination in which indie-folk, R&B, and electronics converge into widescreen heart-warming pop songs.
The name Jools Holland is almost synonymous with music. Holland is best known as the iconic host of ‘Later … With Jools Holland’, where artists from all parts come together on equal footing. At the same time, the man is a gifted pianist who has mastered all styles to perfection from the age of eight and onwards.
Brimming with powerful synth hooks, rousing rhythmic patterns and expertly juxtaposed intensities, Weval’s music lends itself rather well to a live setting – but that doesn’t necessarily mean that it follows the prime-time rule-book of constant „in-your-face“ power play.
The iconic Original Pirate Material of The Streets has reached its adolescence in 2019, and today the boisterous life trials of Mike Skinner are ever-present in our hearts. The shabby street poetry of The Streets casts a dry-hearted look at British nightlife, with stopovers through the wrong clubs, cafeteria smelling of frying fat, adverse adventures with drug use.
Something that will never change: DeWolff remains the most explosive and virtuoso rock trio from the low countries. What continues to change: the perspectives with which the band continues to re-interpret the old familiar sounds within the canon of sixties rock ‘n’ roll.
West Coast band Venice are returning to the Netherlands in the Spring of 2020! With a brand new show and a full band line up, playing new songs from their latest album ‘Jacranda Street’ but also reaching back to many of the Venice favorites that started their European journey.
tindersticks, one of the most legendary bands from the alternative music scene with roots in both soul and jazz will present their new album to Rotterdam in venue De Doelen on Friday May 1st. Tickets for this seated show are available now!