Tag: Next Monday’s Hangover

Kingsnight/Kingsday 2018: Your Last Minute Guide

It’s upon us, the biggest Holiday celebrations of the year, and with virtually every local crew showcasing their concepts at venues across the city, it’s harder than ever to navigate the slew of events coming tonight, tomorrow, and beyond… But, that’s where we come in, and here is a list (in no real order of preference…except a full on recommendation for tonight’s Next Monday’s Hangover with Jennifer Cardini and DJ Tennis as a personal must attend) of our top events of the coming days. Where will we find you over these coming days? Kingsnight Next Monday’s Hangover – Het Sieerad ... Read more

5 Reasons Why: Buiten Westen

Free spirits of Amsterdam will once again collect under Buiten Westen’s colorful Tree of Life this Saturday, July 15. With a vast location, a heavyweight artist lineup, and a couple surprises in tow, navigating everything Buiten Westen has to offer may be daunting, albeit undeniably adventurous. So, with that, we thought we’d help out a bit and highlight 5 aspects of this colorful festival that most appeal to us. Naturally the music holds most of the attention, but did you know that it is also one of Amsterdam’s most tightly knit festival communities. Here, check out our “5 Reasons Why” ... Read more

Free Download: Olaf Stuut – Run (Some Chemistry’s Better Late Than Forever Mix)

Infected by the intensely hypnotic music of Amsterdam’s underground clubbing scene, Some Chemistry is a true ambassador of dance in the Dutch capital. Whether as a DJ, in the studio, or curating well-respected events in clubs such as Studio 80, Marktkantine, and cutting edge festivals by Georgie’s and Next Monday’s Hangover, Some Chemistry switches between a melodramatic kind of indie house and more uncompromising atmospherical sounds of. Here, Some Chemistry remixes another Amsterdam favorite, Olaf Stuut, a musician who always tells a story, with strong vibes, challenging harmonies, and melodic sounds. Download Soundcloud Artist Page [soundcloud url=”https://soundcloud.com/deep-house-amsterdam/premiere-olaf-stuut-run-some-chemistrys-better-late-than-forever-mix” comments=”true” auto_play=”false” color=”E40045″ ... Read more

Free Download: Florinsz Janvier & Lui – We Used To Go Out (Original Mix)

Purely constructed with a joint, bottle of wine, and studio full of analog gear, Florinsz Janvier & Lui share their 8-minute island-weaving sonic progression. Set as their first collaboration together, the track was born through a rare musical match. With Lui (meaning ‘lazy’ in Dutch) transmuting his voice through a vocoder and manning a sampler, and Florinsz controlling the drum variations and synthesizers, the track that forms is one that has the sound of a classic disco-house blend, but carries over the Caribbean themes of Tony Ricardo’s ‘Save A Little Love’. ‘We Used To Go Out’ was recorded indoors during a single live-jam session in the studio, but its a laid-back track ... Read more

Plan Your Buiten Westen Experience With Its Interactive Timetable

Saturday, 18 July 2015, sees the return of annual outdoor music celebration Buiten Westen to Amsterdam’s beautiful Westerpark.   Transformed into an urban oasis of creativity, art and vibes, Buiten Westen’s collection of artists, designers, chefs, musicians and dreamers are once again set to take over the day with the sounds of house, techno and dance.  With stages curated by some of Amsterdam’s most prominent and respected crews, Pleinvrees, Next Monday’s Hangover, ZeeZout, NGHTDVSN, Cartel and PaardenKracht, there is sure to be a sound for every taste as the summer (and festival season) gradually moves into full swing. See also: ... Read more

Preview: Buiten Westen 2015

Saturday, 18 July 2015, sees the return of annual outdoor music celebration Buiten Westen to Amsterdam’s beautiful Westerpark.  Transformed into an urban oasis of creativity, art and vibes, Buiten Westen’s collection of artists, designers, chefs, musicians and dreamers are once again set to take over the day with the sounds of house, techno and dance.  With stages curated by some of Amsterdam’s most prominent and respected crews, Pleinvrees, Next Monday’s Hangover, ZeeZout, NGHTDVSN, Cartel and PaardenKracht, there is sure to be a sound for every taste as the summer (and festival season) gradually moves into full swing. Translated word for ... Read more

Exclusive Interview With Extrawelt

It was a typical Amsterdam Friday night, cold and rainy but with a somehow burning atmosphere. As the weekend was upon us and nights turn to days, Next Monday’s Hangover had the honor to give the craziest start to it with an outstanding party at the new Marktkantine. The line up consisted of such acts as Dauwd, Petar Dundov, CW/A, a lot of local talent and the headliners of the night Extrawelt. The music and the excitement were gradually becoming stronger over the night and the crowd was built up to the point of explosion when Extrawelt came on stage. ... 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

Buiten Westen Podcast #006 By Some Chemistry

The summer in Amsterdam will again be sprawling with festivals. A steady name in the season is Buiten Westen, which promises to be another fine get together of thrill seekers, hot artists, festival cuisine and carnivalesque attractions. At the Next Monday’s Hangover stage we can expect a range of great modernistic deep house artists. One of them is NMH’s very own Ridzert, aka Some Chemistry. His cool, melancholic vibe  will be a welcome escape from some of the louder sounds present at the festival. Although Some Chemistry currently resides in Amsterdam, he has lived abroad for a decade. While living in exotic ... Read more

Buiten Westen Festival Stages Pt. 3: Next Monday’s Hangover

Very soon, we’ll be totaling down the last couple of days until Buiten Westen will kick off for its 3rd edition and we have a few more tips on where you should keep close during the festival. So with July 19th around the corner, there is just one more stage that we strongly recommend you to pay close attention to, as its organizers have been roaming Amsterdam’s night life vigorously and found the perfect recipe of sound. Mission By the name of Next Monday’s Hangover, they show little to no concern to the sung sound around them, as they devote ... Read more

Next Monday’s Hangover Invite Life And Death & Kompakt At Roest

On Saturday, the 20th of September, Roest will open its doors for Next Monday’s Hangover first indoor season event. At this dream location, which has been at the top of NMH’s list of venues to tick off, Robag Wruhme, Pachanga Boys, DJ Tennis and others will be making their appearance. Next to these names, a collective of artists will be taking care of the lightning show, which will be unconventional to say the least. The motivation behind the line-up for the event comes from the love of three specific labels that the guys behind NMH particularly love: Kompakt, Life And ... Read more

Buiten Westen Returning For Third Edition In July

We’ve already been accustomed to the fact that during the summer season, Amsterdam is flooded with festivals. The amount of high class artists, good music, happy faces and versatile good vibes is present on the Dutch ground for the course of over three months of summer. Among those festivals, there is one that can treat its visitors to that warm festival vibe like only a few can. We’re talking about Buiten Westen. [youtube id=”-6Q1DG2fwhk” width=”620″ height=”360″] After the boom of 2011/2012, we’ve seen numerous festivals flourish and plunge again, but in the case of Buiten Westen, its organizers, AIR Amsterdam, ... Read more

Exclusive interview with COMA

For Next Mondays Hangover festival, one of the last remaining festivals this season, the German duo COMA will pay a visit to Amsterdam. With a line-up that is going to let us hear and feel the deeper and progressive side of electronic dance music, these boys fit right in. We had a chat with them to talk about the party scene in their town Cologne (Köln), indie music and whether they preferred Rihanna or Katy Perry.   “Synth!!! Synth!!! don’t really like guitars anymore haha”    So when we type: ‘Coma Interview’ in Google, we do not really get the ... Read more

Next Monday’s Hangover Podcast #002 by Some Chemistry

Some Chemistry lived 10 years of his life in Africa and South America. The experience during these years with different cultures and also music wise brought the rhythm in his system. At the age of 14 he sharpened his sense for melodies and harmony playing as a (bass) guitarist in several indie/punk/rock bands. These days, his electronic productions sound similar to his personality: warm and colorful. ‘The feel’ of music is more important than the quality of the kick, he says. He likes to compare his music with the experience of eating a mango. He is a resident for Next ... Read more

Next Monday’s Hangover Podcast #001 by Jorn Liefdeshuis

“Pigeon-holing is a loser’s game, why not appreciate good music simply because it’s good music, not because it’s a specific style.” Electronica next to techno mixed with bass and (deep) house – Jorn Liefdeshuis has enamored the Dutch party crowd with his great sense of mixing music. The ability of uniting various genres has gained recognition through his performances at renowned 5 Days Off, Pitch and Lowlands. Liefdeshuis has not focused only on his artistic career. Jorn is the originator of Pixel, a concept of romantic club music, that saw first daylight in Club 11 in 2005. He has continued ... Read more