Tag: The Hague

Premiere: Jeans - LUL GEEN KALMTE (Original Mix) [Who's Susan]

From the Dutch West-Coast, JEANS was born in the 80s in the Spanish Dénia. After a childhood there, he then spent his teenage years in The Hague, listening to hip-hop and jungle. before eventually sliding into the scene with Chicago House, New Beat, Acid House, Techno, Trance and Goa, which you can hear throughout JEANS’s various sets. Now, with comfort over tradition in mind, his musical conventions succumb to the simplicity of design. making “LUL GEEN KALMTE” the tune to drop at the right place at the right time. Garage house is back and Who’s Susan getting it going with her sixth installment. ... Read more

DHA Mix #368 By JEANS

From the Dutch West-Coast of The Hague, JEANS was born in the 80s in the Spanish Dénia. After a childhood in Spain, he then spent his teenage years in The Hague, listening to hip hop music and jungle. From the age of 16 he started going to raves and eventually slid into the scene, discovering styles such as Chicago House, New Beat, Acid House, Techno, Trance and Goa, which you can hear throughout JEANS’s various sets. Now, ahead of this weekend’s The Crave Festival, JEANS drops this all encompassing mix representing the sound of West Coast Holland. UB40 – DON’T ... Read more

4DSound Unveils 24 Hour Sleep and Sound Exploration At TodaysArt

4DSOUND is a laboratory and cultural collective exploring Spatial Sound as a medium. Since 2008, it has developed an innovative Spatial Sound technology that has significantly improved and expanded the possibilities to create, perform and experience sound spatially.  Over the last two years 4DSOUND has developed a following through its acclaimed Artist Residency series and showcases at festivals such as Berlin Atonal and ADE, developing work with artists such as Vladislav Delay, Dasha Rush, Pantha du Prince, Murcof, Biosphere and the experimental imprint Raster-Noton. 4DSOUND has also given lectures and talks on the applications and implications of Spatial Sound at ... Read more

What Colour Are Your Musical Tastes?

Predominant.ly is a website looking to to revive the nostalgia of the “thrill of the hunt” for new music by abandoning genre, artist, or suggestions in favour of album cover colour. Designed by the Open Work collective, which is based in The Hague, the process of modern music discovery is described as, “We either have to search for new music (and how can you search for something that you don’t already know?) or software algorithms give helpful results that are often useless, or hilarious. The act of discovery makes our music more special to us: It’s the thrill of the hunt and the sense of discovery ... Read more