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Jamie Saft

Plymouth at The Bimhuis Amsterdam

Plymouth at the Bimhuis was a great journey. It was very great to see those great musicians together on one stage! The sound was overwhelming and you have to listen it a couple of times, so you can follow and listen to each musician and off course as a band. Following on the heels of their successful […]

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Orgel Vreten at Tivoli Utrecht

Photos of the Hammond Battle by Orgel Vreten at Tivoli Utrecht. With guest: Anton Goudsmit, Benjamin Herman,  Bertus Borgers, Myrthe Van de Weetering

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Festival Music Meeting 2013 Photos

Music Meeting 2013 offers, besides a considerable number of concerts, a variety of interviews, acoustic sessions, master classes, workshops and workshop bands with festival artists. Visitors are also able to visit movies, crossover-projects and activities for children during the three days in the park. The wilful program is the beating heart of our festival, including […]

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REIJSEGER – FRAANJE – SYLLA: DOWN DEEP

Gaudeamus Muziekweek – At Rasa Ernst Reijseger – Cello Mola Sylla – Vocals, M’bira, Xalam, Kongoma Harmen Fraanje – Piano   This trio creates personal music, evoking strong reactions of audiences. Like spirituals maybe, played by an atheist, a vegetarian and a mussel man.The musicians all contribute with original compositions. Their different backgrounds and individual vocabulary connect miraculously natural.Reijseger, Fraanje and […]

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Living Colour – ‘Vivid’ 25th Anniversary

  Vernon Reid – guitar, vocals Corey Glover – lead vocal Will Calhoun – drums Doug Wimbish – bass, vocals Living Colour is an American rock band from New York City, formed in 1984. Stylistically, the band’s music is a creative fusion influenced by free jazz, funk, hip hop, hard rock, and heavy metal. Their lyrics range from the personal to the political, in some of the latter […]

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Skip “Little Axe” McDonald

Skip has been the prime mover behind Little Axe since around 1992. Under a name inspired by Bob Marley’s Small Axe and gospel singer Willmer ‘Little Ax’ Broadnax, the debut album Wolf That House Built was a personal take on blues and dub, and was released to critical acclaim in 1994. This had followed a […]

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Marc Ribot Ceramic Dog at the Bimhuis

Marc Ribot Ceramic Dog at the Bimhuis Amsterdam, Netherlands 2013 1. chien de faience: expression: frozen with emotion, as in the perfectly still moment before a fight breaks out. 2. Ultimate kitsch object. 3. A free/punk/funk/experimental/psychedelic/post electronica collective, featuring Marc Ribot (cubanos postizos, john zorn, tom waits, etc etc), plus two of the best young players on […]

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Israel Galván at Flamenco Biennale IV by Photographer Maarten Mooijman

Israel Galván LA CURVA with: Sylvie Courvoisier (piano), Bobote (rhythm and dance), Inés Bacan (vocal) ISRAEL GALVÁN, choreographer and bailaor at Flamenco Biennale IV – Rotterdamse Schouwburg Galván debuted in the Netherlands in a sold-out Muziekgebouw aan ‘t IJ during the 1st Dutch Flamenco Biennial in 2006 with Edad the Oro. In this show, he […]

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Secret Chiefs 3 at the Worm Rotterdam

SC3 is an instrumental rock group led by guitarist/composer Trey Spruance (formerly of Mr. Bungle and Faith No More). Their studio recordings and tours have featured different line-ups, as the group performs a wide range of musical styles including surf rock, Persian, Arab, Indian, death metal, film music, electronic music, and various others.

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Bassculture rond Volle Maan invites Mad Professor

MMpicture was op uitnoding afgereisd naar Amsterdam voor het betere dubwerk op het Amsterdam Dance Event. In hartje Amsterdam in een monumentaal pand is Odeon gehuisvest, waar Bassculture Foundation een nachtje vette dub had geprogrammeerd. Mad Professor meets BassCulture Familyband, was voor mij reden genoeg om te gaan. Bij binnenkomst was het gelijk raak met […]

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