Artists

Kensington

Rock band Kensington have released their new album Control. The first single of the album is Do I Ever. "What do I know, I ought to grow but do I ever?" singer Eloi Youssef asks in this grand rock song about vulnerability and surrender. With Control, the band (which apart from Youssef consists of guitarist Ca...

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Kim Janssen

Kim Janssen was born in The Netherlands but raised in Bangkok, Phnom Penh and Kathmandu. His music could be categorized as pop, and it's swinging in tone from dark to blinding technicolor, with glossy synths, huge orchestral arrangements and Kim's vocal - at times a Bill Callahan-esque croon, at times a soaring...

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KiT

Friday, May 9th\nDutch Impact Party, Komedia Studio Bar, 3pm\nGreen Door Store, 11pm - 11.30pm

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Klangstof

Teaching yourself to play guitar at age 14 by learning to play \nRadiohead's OK Computer is not a bad start for any musician. But growing\n up in the middle of Norway Koen van de Wardt didn't have much choice. \nAt college he did, but yearning for the lonely creative days, he created\n Klangstof and uploaded Hostage to...

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Klyne

The two 23 year old friends, producer Ferdous Dehzad and singer Nick Klein met in the small city of Helmond in the South of the Netherlands. While the first got into the electronic music culture of Erol Alkan, Soulwax and Tiga, the second one was more interested in pop music artists with a unique voice (Prince, John Ma...

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Knalpot

Over the past eleven years Knalpot's Gerri Ja╠łger, Raphael Vanoli and Sandor Caron have become a strong working trio. They belong to the most uncompromising electronic rock acts of this day and have performed extensively all over Europe, Russia and Brazil including many major festivals. They have collaborated with...

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Koffie

KOFFIE has its roots in Afrobeat, jazz and modern electronic music. The music also features influences from Fela Kuti and James Brown to Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Flying Lotus and Miles Davis. The eight boys from Amsterdam turn this Afrofunk blend into a steaming and groove-filled show that has been praised for its combi...

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Komodo

You can point the style of KOMODO in one place on the world map. Their psychedelic rock n roll uses influences and takes inspirtation from desert blues, surfrock, 60s pop, hip hop, rumba and Indian Raga to name a few. Accompanied by polyphonic vocal harmonies and using unexpected instruments they bring you a festi...

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Kovacs

A shaven-headed chanteuse hiding the voice of a soul legend beneath her fluffy bear hood, Sharon Kovacs is an enigmatic phenomenon. Emerging from the music college and improvised open mike nights of Eindhoven in the Netherlands, she has forged her own unique path through life’s devious twists and tangles, and ent...

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Kraak & Smaak

Since the Dutch trio of producers Kraak & Smaak released their first album 'Boogie Angst' worldwide in 2005, the boys' act has steadily grown into a well-respected force in today's international club and festival scene. The first time the live band was put together and played was a one-off to pro...

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Kraantje Pappie

"Party!" Ever since the release of his first EP in 2009 the life of Groningen rapper Kraantje Pappie has been all about that slogan. The general public got to know him through debut album Crane (2012). His razor-sharp flow and funny lyrics are a golden combination with the fat and heavy productions of fellow...

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Krampfhaft

March 13th\nADE presents Rush Hour and Rwina Records @\u00a0The Madison, Austin 09.00pm

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Kuenta I Tambu

Inspired by Traditional Afro Caribbean Music from Curaçao and European Dance, Kuenta i Tambú (also known as KiT) has created a brand new sound! They cleverly found a balance between electronic sound samples, singing and chanting and the infectious rhythms played by ritual tambú drums. Some call it...

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Laidback Luke

March 26th\nLaidback Luke @ Story Miami\n\nMarch 28th\nUltra Music Festival

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Lavinia Meijer (NL) with Maud Geffray (FR)

Fusing electronics with classical instruments has become a staple of modern music. The biggest names have tried their hand at it, with more or less ease. Taking on that hazardous exercise, Maud Geffray had the intelligence to not let the respectability of classical music whirl her away, nor did she try and sycophantica...

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