Next week we host a Tiny Room evening in the cafe of De Helling in Utrecht. Sven Agaath and LOGOUT will be playing, the entrance is free and it’s part of the OPEN series. It will be awesome, come over and party! Facebook event HERE.
Microplaza’s self-titled debut 7″ came out yesterday. Short, soft & sweet! The release show in Studio Patrick yesterday was a great success. Listen to the beautiful mini-LP on your favorite streaming service, or get one of the last copies in our Bandcamp store. Limited edition of 30 is close to sold out already.
The first album by Moonchy & Tobias is out today! This collaboration of Pat Moonchy and Todd Tobias is filled with playfully dark psychedelic rock from another place.
Hear the whole album and buy the digipak cd here:
This Saturday we’ll release a very limited edition 7″ (30 copies only) of Microplaza, a collaboration between Benjamin van Vliet (Microwolf) and Arno Breuer (pino plaza). Love these limited runs, and adore the music.
If you want to join the party: it’s also Saturday in Studio Patrick. New Tiny Roomster LOGOUT is playing too, DJ Don Derop is spinning the wheel again, and hopefully you are there drinking cheap beer and having a great time.
And then there was music! Our latest signing LOGOUT releases his first single/video of the new album N91° (scheduled late 2018, early 2019). The Daily Indie was so kind to premiere Pessoan Odyssey. In this song and video, the Amsterdam based Greek songwriter explores the difference between distance and stagnation. Cool stuff!
The World of Dust just premiered a new video for an old song called Gospel. We reissued the CD, because it has been sold out for a long time. Watch the video on 3voor12/Utrecht’s website here: https://bit.ly/2zV8i5v
You can listen to Womb Realm and order the reissue here:
A Room to Store Happiness, the 2nd album by Queen of the Meadow, is out today. The album is getting rave reviews, and that’s because it is simply astonishing. Helen and Julien really outdid themselves on this one, creating layers and layers of intense, pastoral beauty.
Listen, feel, buy:
In De Ban Van: “the album is paved with perfect harmonies”
WoNo Magazine: “beauty is the right word here”
De Subjectivisten: “you can dream away or come to your senses with this album, often with a lot of goose bumps”
Here Comes The Flood: “A Room To Store Happiness shows no signs of the ‘difficult second album’ jinx”
Proglog Afterglow: “an impressive musical photo”