Saturday, 15 August
THE AVONDEN + KIDBUG
RSVP Only, buy your Ticket here online, make sure to add your e-mail address so we can send you confirmation and our instruction manual (protocol). ONLY ONLINE TICKET SALE.
16:00 - 16:25 Kidbug (duo)
16:35 - 17:00 The Avonden
19:00 - 19:25 Kidbug (duo)
19:35 - 20:00 The Avonden
22:00 - 22:25 Kidbug (duo)
22:35 - 23:00 The Avonden
All shows will proceed provided enough tickets are sold. Artists will play their sets consecutively.Between shows, no visitors are allowed so we can disinfect the place.
This is a seated concert, a limited amount of chairs will be put in the space with 1.5m distance, but if you come as a couple / pair / family you can sit together.
Note: to reserve a double seat please buy 2 tickets at the same time, if you wish to sit separately buy 1 ticket each.
Bring CASH for Drinks & Merch!!!!!
The Hague, Netherlands
Presenting Subroutine’s 100st release: The Avonden – ‘Catch / Never Understand’ 7″ single [SR100]. The artwork features a picture of an embroidery (of the original The Cure single) made by drummer & artist Ineke Duivenvoorde. The trademark feedback noise on the B-side was made by The Sweet Release of Death‘s Martijn Tevel. The Avonden have two previous albums out on Subroutine.
Tonight for the very first time, Kidbug's Adam Harding and Marina Tadic will be playing a stripped down duo set. Their debut album, which was released on Joyful Noise Recordings earlier this year, was recorded in Indianapolis and features Thor Harris and Dale Crover on drums and Bobb Bruno on bass. Their music is fueled by a deeply charged electrical love and is raw and personal, naked in its emotional honesty. It's a mixture of soft and dreamy vocals and soundscapes with heavy fuzzed out guitars.
jUNE 20 sUBROUTINE's 100st release is out on Record Store Day Netherlands
: The Avonden - 'Catch / Never Understand' 7" single [SR100]. Featuring 2 Dutch adaptations of postpunk singles by The Cure & The Jesus and Mary Chain.
Below the video for 'Catch'.
The artwork is a picture of an embroidery (of the original The Cure single) made by drummer & artist Ineke Duivenvoorde. The trademark guitar noise on the B-side was made by The Sweet Release of Death
's Martijn Tevel.
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