Brooklyn

Brooklyn combines influences from bands like Chvrches, SX, Oscar and the Wolf with a healthy dose of 80's. On top of the deep pseudo-electronic bass lines, atmospheric synth lines and a carefully selected presence of guitars creates a 'wall of sound'.

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Def Americans

Yep, a Johnny Cash tribute band. But not your everyday Johnny Cash tribute band. This band from Eindhoven is so good they actually deserve themselves a tribute band.The tone of voice of frontman Elco seems frighteningly close to the timbre and range of The Man in Black. Not to the mention the musicians who play diligently in the service of this romantic outlaw. And as a Cash show befits, the assistance of the wonderful Kim aka June Carter is more than appreciated.

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Eli Goffa

Eli Goffa, aka Elie De Prijcker, is a new project from this long-time habitué of The Human. Sweet Americana, roots & soul and a voice... Man, what a voice... Worn sounds and terrific song-writing is the recipe for this magnificent band. This is where words leave off and Eli Goffa takes over.

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Les Cerveaux Lents

This brain sextet from Ghent with musicians from Absynthe Minded and Va Fan Fahre cherishes a passion for klezmer and gypsy music. Les Cerveaux Lents treads musical territory of Jewish sounds and other world music to a dash of jazz and own work.

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Marockin’ Brass

A dialogue between the sublime section of jazz's finest virtuosi with Moroccan Gnawa masters. The improvisation language is slashing. The rhythm section is ruthless. This band propels the groove from the deepest spot and infects you with a straightforward energy. Generous and beyond measure... Jazz with a sandy touch!

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Mississippi Swimmers

Four musical allies pay homage to the singing angel with faithful and recognizable versions of Jeff Buckley's known and lesser known songs. The “Mississippi Swimmers” captures the essence of Buckley's greatest moments and gives, as close like no other, man's authentic observation of painful love.

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Roza Parks

We have a new band in the roster, Roza Parks, a dark 80's New Wave band, and yet this cheers us up. Because Roza Parks makes great music, has a nice tracklist and a great deal of potential. Mario Goossens (Triggerfinger) is also convinced, he controlled the buttons of their first album 'Eleven is Nine' and their recently released EP 'Sound of a City' whose cover can be hung instantly on the wall. Also Stijn Meuris is a fan and took the band with him as support.

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Slow Pilot

The band around Pieter Peirsman, the first male live singer of Hooverphonic, full-time hyperkinetic and musical splinter bomb, loaded with highly flammable song material. His nose for good melodies and powerful hooks impressed K's Choice and Jef Neve who promptly took him along the Radio 1 sessions and Café Corsari. As a vocal acrobat with supple chords he swings on the trapezes between Buckley, Cornell, McCartney and Neil Hannon. Peirsman played on almost all major stages from AB in Brussels to Paradiso in Amsterdam. Sooner or later this Slow Pilot will catch up with you.

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Steven Troch Band

Hohner endorser Steven Troch is a Jack-of-all-trades and a master of some, sings like he means it, blows a badass harmonica and writes his own songs. Steven has amazed critics and audiences alike with his straight-ahead music and he's been noted for his own interpretations of blues material. Steven Troch Band is a solid 4 piece band that plays rough-edged traditional blues invested with soul-baring conviction.

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The Whereabouts of J. Albert

Not only the mysterious name triggers, the music certainly does too. The Whereabouts of J. Albert serve smoky rock that ranges between rootsy blues and indie, helmsman Joeri Dobbeleir's voice is a warm bass cabinet that holds somewhere between Leonard Cohen and Mark Lanegan.

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The Wild Century

Harmonic basses, mantric rhythms and ethereal grooves in a sitar-tuned cosmic dimension. Welcome to our odyssey. This is The Wild Century.

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Tigre Blanco

Wistful Americana and typical Calexico sounds are no longer reserved for sweaty Americans on the Mexican border! Tigre Blanco makes sweltering songs, where americana, film music and soul are forming an alliance. Music that sounds like the soundtrack of a new ‘paella-western’ from Tarantino: dark gypsy soul with a raw twist.

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Toni Mora Quartet

Twan van Gerven

Zappanian Jazz Fusion, strange rhythms, various scales, legato licks fast as water: shredlord Twan van Gerven shakes it all effortlessly out of his fingers. Awarded as Best Guitarist of the Netherlands in 2004. Now he brings his own work, Dutch X-Ing & Junk Dilemma, his own albums that give him nominations in the category best jazz/fusion/world guitarist Benelux.

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Year In The Wild

A five-piece collective born and raised in the city of Sint-Niklaas, fronted by a charismatic preacher Shaun Van Steen who has already been on several musical adventures. While all of the members were spreading their musical attainments with different bands, Shaun was breeding a new and exciting concept, with which he has mounted several stages by now. Intense strumming, no nonsense rock'n'roll or heart-rending blues music: Year In The Wild can't be pigeonholed.

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