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Q-Factory: Amsterdam East’s ADE Gem

October 17, 2016 | Amsterdam

Nestled within the cultural melting post that is Amsterdam’s Oost neighborhood stands the industrial, multi purpose venue, Q-Factory. Reminiscent of city center attractions like Melkweg and Paradiso, Q-Factory is Amsterdam’s only other all purpose music...

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All Day I Dream Podcast By Lost Desert

October 16, 2016 | Amsterdam

Lost Desert is a destination full of mystery. Picked out of obscurity after All Day I Dream‘s Lee Burridge discovered his music trekking through the Democratic Republic of the Congo, a fast forged friendship inevitably...

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Interview: Guy Mantzur

April 26, 2016 | Amsterdam

Tel Aviv based Guy Mantzur specializes in creating electronic music that defies over-simple genre classification. Drawing influences from Tech House, Techno and proper Progressive House, he creates his own distinctive musical template that has seen...

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The ADE madness is right around the corner, and there is one place where that madness will become more real than anywhere else in Amsterdam. From October 16 to 18, Thuishaven will open the doors to...

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Festival Report: Loveland

August 17, 2015 | Amsterdam

By: Peter Dingemanse & Berend Pilon Pictures: Hédi Ouali To this day the festival crowd at Loveland remains one of The Netherlands’ most diverse. There doesn’t seem to be a specific age or social group that...

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For those on the European continent who may not be aware, Electric Daisy Carnival is the largest electronic music festival in the US. With a history that dates back to 1997 and spinoffs from Brazil to...

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Video Premiere: ‘BNA: The Series’ Episode 1

December 18, 2014 | Amsterdam

What do you get when you put a couple of household names in the Dutch scene, each with their own unique personality, in the studio together and record the result? Apparently a lot of funny...

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Belgian label Eskimo Recordings turns up every year with records fluctuating between genres, not having a distinctive sound attached. That gives them the freedom to experiment, so their trademark doesn’t yet lie in specific sound,...

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