Combo Qazam goes on tour! In May, the postpunk/math/kraut band from Utrecht will go to Germany, Poland, Czech Republic and Slovakia to play 9 shows. Very exciting stuff! The tour is booked by Yugofuturism ❤️ Here are all the dates & venues:
06-may-2022: Arcanoa, Berlin (DL) 07-may-2022: Hulajpole, Wroclaw (PL) 08-may-2022: Chmury, Warsaw (PL) 10-may-2022: Letní Kino, Olomouc (CZ) 11-may-2022: Klub Brno, Ostrava (CZ) 12-may-2022: Koncerty na garážach, Bratislava (SK) 13-may-2022: Bajkazyl, Brno (CZ) 14-may-2022: Kasárna Karlín, Prague (CZ) 15-may-2022: Kickerkeller, Erfurt (DL)
Release announcement! LOGOUT will release his new EP Instrumentals in June. It will consist of, guess what, new instrumentals. All the tracks feature beautiful violin contributions by Kalliopi Mitropoulou. It’s a neo-classical little gem, this record. Tiny Room Records releases the limited edition 10″ (20 copies). You can find the first two singles on Spotify. Listen to Fire here:
We are finally hosting shows again! On the last day of this month you can see Tiny Room acts Geri van Essen and Microplaza both celebrating their 2021 releases on a stage in Utrecht: Vechtclub XL. Also playing is SOON, who are releasing their debut album on Subroutine that week. From the timeless altfolk of Geri van Essen, to the playful indie pop of duo Microplaza, to the spacey kraut noise of SOON: this evening has it all. It’s on a Monday, so there’s nothing else to do anyway. And you are probably longing for live music as much as we are. See you there!
The new single & video by Italian/USA experimental duo Moonchy & Tobias is out now! Potio Medicata leans into an insistent Middle-Eastern flavored ostinato, melodically infused and mesmerizing. It follows more psychedelic & rhythmic paths than you could find on the previous M&T albums, much like the rest of the new album Golem.
Golem will be released on CD by Tiny Room Records on March 25, 2022. Publishing by Hidden Shoal.
“Let me tell you how to spell lonely It’s spelled just how it sounds Weeks of no real conversation Of words rarely found”
Watch the new video for Geri van Essen‘s song Spelling Lonely here. We released this song in April of this year on the album Cleaned The Windows. The video was recorded during one of the previous lockdowns in the UK, shortly after the release. It seemed appropriate to release it today, where we all feel extra lonely in these Christmas times, because of this damn pandemic that is still raging through our lives. Come and take a walk in lockdown London with Geri – because misery does love company.
2021 is coming to an end. The corona virus made this another year with less music, art, shows, and color. But it’s time for some positive reflection. Because what did happen, was GOOD.
We are very, very grateful for the shows we booked this year. It turned out we managed to book and host 20 shows. 20 concerts by brilliant artists such as Ilsha, Combo Qazam, The World of Dust and Microplaza. We organized one amazing day filled with love and laughter in Studio Patrick during the Le Guess Who? / U? festival. The Tiny Room train visited Utrecht, Rotterdam, Amsterdam, Middelburg, Apeldoorn and Liège in Belgium.
Every one of these shows was memorable and worth living for. Thank you to the artists, the venues, the sound engineers, the promoters and the audience. Thank you, thank you. 🙏 Let’s make 2022 as best as possible.
OUT NOW – Since 2002, Victory Hall has been the outlet for lo-fi leanings by a group of musicians from Bordeaux, led by Julien Pras. The Someday Herald is their first album in 12 years and consists of a collage of songs and sounds, mainly recorded by Julien on a 4-track cassette recorder and sequenced and mastered with Tiny Room Records’ label manager Stefan Breuer. The Victory Hall concept has always been: spontaneous and fast recording of music, finishing old sketches and snippets, recording wherever the instruments are, all while maintaining the incredibly fun and exciting feeling of making records (because there’s nothing more exciting than that, we tell you!).
From the 60s infused baroque pop of Miss Chief to the more straightforward indie rock of Face Value, from the beautiful duets with Queen of the Meadow’s Helen Ferguson (Golden Times) and Emily Jane White (Confusion) to the solo contributions by band members David Lespes and Hugo Berrouet – this album hits all the sweet spots for those who like their indie rock laced with psychedelia, acoustic arrangements covered in tape hiss and vocal harmonies drenched in distorted reverb. Any fans of Sebadoh, Big Star, Eric’s Trip, Guided By Voices, Flaming Lips and Dinosaur Jr. should give this gem a listen.