Tag: marktkantine

DHA Mix #274 By Bas Dobbelaer

In the thriving house and techno scene of Amsterdam Bas Dobbelaer is someone very much making a name for himself. With a characteristic style, Bas always sets out to find the right sentiment in his sets, be it warm-up or peaking at prime time, describing his sound as “rhythmic and atmospheric” which results in a well thought out collection of music. With this ever growing reputation, Bas has found himself booked alongside artists such as Culoe de Song, Erol Alkan, Robag Wruhme, Patrice Bäumel and Chymera throughout Amsterdam’s biggest venues such as Radion, Cruquiusgilde, Marktkantine and Studio 80. Now, to ... Read more

ADE ’16 Essentials: Wednesday, October 19

I’m telling you, the day you start appreciating and anticipating autumn, is the day you move to Amsterdam. Because as soon as the first bunch of events start filling up on the Facebook timelines, you know the best is about to come… Amsterdam Dance Event. A week of the electronic dance music family, old legends, new-comers, the outcasts (subgenres) – all coming together to showcase the state-of-art electronic dance music.  It’s easy to lose track (or even head) with well over 450 events already scheduled, in around 100 clubs and venues all over Amsterdam welcoming over 2000 performers (no, really)! Thus as every year, we dive into the ... Read more

Amsterdam’s Newest Venue ‘De Marktkantine’ Shows High Potential

“We want people from all different ages, cultures and clusters in the city to come here and, in one way or another, enrich themselves culturally” Photos by: Timo Steenvoorden Photography This week we went over to Amsterdam’s newest venue to have popped up in the city: De Marktkantine. In the Western area, right next to the Food Center, there lies a multifaceted building that carries a lot of history with it. Built in the early the 20th century, as a canteen for the market salesmen that were working right nextdoor, De Marktkantine (formerly known as Marcanti) went through  countless destinations starting ... Read more