Cellar Darling announced they’d hit Utrecht on one of their dates for their tour in support of The Spell, we just had to be there. Here’s what we thought.
Irish alternative rock staple Therapy? played Amersfoort’s FLUOR and we were there to check it out.
Flying Pigs! Dogs! Power stations! Creepy balls! Prisms! Yes, we went to see Roger Waters live again.
Black metal on a Saturday night in Utrecht’s De Helling? Don’t mind if we do. Greece’s Rotting Christ headlining? All the more reason to make the trip on a very dreary January evening. Here’s what we thought. Continue reading
Four years after playing Heineken Music Hall, Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds made a triumphant return to Amsterdam last friday. This time bigger, bolder and, most importantly, better. We were there. Continue reading
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2017, Amsterdam, concert, live, Live review, Nick Cave, Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds, Push The Sky Away, Skeleton Tree, Warren Ellis, Ziggo Dome Amsterdam
Axl Rose is back, and so are Duff McKagan and Slash for a rock ‘n roll reunion everybody hoped for but no-one expected. Not in this lifetime, at least. We were there in Nijmegen. Continue reading
Amy Macdonald has just returned with a new album, and a new album begs to be played live. We went to Utrecht’s TivoliVredenburg to check it out. Continue reading
FUCK YEAH UTRECHT, Benji was right all along!
2017, Benji Hughes, David Bowie, FUCK YEAH UTRECHT, Georgia, live, Live review, Oczy Mlody, Ronda, Space Oddity, The Flaming Lips, The Netherlands, TivoliVredenburg, Unicorns, Utrecht, Wayne Coyne, winter tour
We went to see Sabaton at Amsterdam’s AFAS Live venue so you didn’t have to. We also saw Accept and Twilight Force play a set and this is what we thought. Continue reading
2017, Accept, AFAS Live, Amsterdam, Gloryhammer, Heineken Music Hall, Live review, Metal, power metal, Sabaton, Twilight Force
Although it’s hard not to jump on the bandwagon when talking about 2016 we still wish you a pleasant year’s end and a cheer for the new year. However, before we start the days that lay ahead with champagne and fireworks we counted our blessings which of course, also resulted in these two illustrious album year lists.
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2016, 2017, All Kind Music, Amsterdam, Anna Meredith, Arktis, Arnhem, Avishai Cohen Trio, Balter / Saunier, Battle Beast, Blackstar, Bringer of Pain, Bruce Springsteen, cd, Common As Light And Love Are Red Valleys Of Blood, David Bowie, Deerhoof, Devilment, Devilment II: The Mephisto Waltzes, E Street Band, Echo Hotel, Ensemble Dal Niente, Ex Deo, Fool, From The Deep, Georgia, Grave Digger, Healed By Metal, Heron Oblivion, Hinds, Hitch, Horse Lords, Ihsahn, Interventions, Iron Maiden, Jameszoo, Jeff Lynne’s Electric Light Orchestra, Leave Me Alone, Leonard Cohen, Live review, Malieveld, Meridian Brothers, Mitchel van Dinther, Monolith of Phobos, Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds, Oczy Mlody, Phife Dawg, Ragnarok, Ralph Plug, RASA, review, Rituals, Rotting Christ, Skeleton Tree, Sonata Arctica, Sun Kil Moon, The Echocentrics, The Flaming Lips, The Hague, The Heliocentrics, The Immortal Wars, The Joy Formidable, The Lennon/Claypool Delirium, The Ninth Hour, TivoliVredenburg, Transition Jazz Festival Utrecht, Utrecht, Varmints, Wander Meulemans, Wardruna - Runaljod, year list, You Want It Darker