We had a great party last week in Amsterdam! We like throwing parties. We like to organize concerts. We are honored to host a venue at the always awesome Le Mini Who? festival next week, with two of our bands: Moon Moon Moon, currently killing it on tour, and Garciaphone, whose new album will come out next week. Here’s another preview of that album:
3voor12 Utrecht wrote a review of Not Another Festival in dB’s, where the release party of Sven Agaath also took place. Read it here. Of course we have some live footage too, of this first show with a bass player. Rock out below:
The World of Dust played a release show in Rabarber (Utrecht), and later this month in De Ruimte at de Verkeerstoren (Amsterdam). Watch some live footage here:
Also, The Next Gig wrote a few (very nice) words about the show on the Melodica Groningen festival. Thanks! The World of Dust was selected for the Popronde Nederland this year, so prepare for him taking his esoteric experience to your local town soon.
Watch Queen of the Meadow play their new song Withdrawn in Groningen, last Saturday:
Last weekend, four amazing shows by French folk duo Queen of the Meadow took place throughout The Netherlands (in Studio Patrick in Utrecht, Wijnbar Koffie & Ambacht in Rotterdam, Lola in Groningen and Filmtheater Kriterion in Amsterdam). Thanks to everybody who came out to see this magical band from Bordeaux on their first tour ever!
And a big thank you to Helen Ferguson and Julien Pras for taking these beautiful songs on the road.
This is going to happen! Finally!
For all you people that fell in love with the Queen of the Meadow album that came out last year: they are coming here for a short tour in 2 weeks! Four dates in The Netherlands in four main cities. You can finally meet these lovely people too and, more importantly, hear the timeless indie folk songs in a live setting. We can’t be more excited. Please come!
This Leo Sunrise will be playing on Sunday morning from 9.45 to 10.15 in the small room, upstairs. Sven Agaath plays a little bit earlier in the basement, from 9.00 to 9.30. And Lost Bear is doing a few acoustic songs in the hour-long fest that our grubby sister organization Shaky Maracas hosts, on Saturday from 13.00 to 14.00 (also in the basement).
In the Shaky Maracas hour, there are A LOT of great projects and bands from our friends (Lost Bear members, Bonne Aparte members and Ducktape Records people) playing. Read about them here: http://www.van-onderen.nl/shaky-maracas/. Don’t miss this!
In between these recommendations, there are more than 80 other options to see shows, and they’re all good. There is no need to highlight any of them – just go to all of them. Bring your own drugs.
Thank you Le Mini Who? and all you lovely people coming out to see Lost Bear doing the Rock and eating garlic. They had a great time pretending they’re the biggest rock band in the Netherlands. Watch a video of two songs (shot by Joost Hangfield) here: