Worth Your Dam Hangover: Strange Behaviour, Tribes, One Night in Detroit

Worth Your Dam Hangover: Strange Behaviour, Tribes, One Night in Detroit

Nov 11, 2015 |  by  |  Event
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Born and raised in Amsterdam, lives to dance and dances to live on electronic music, has a small vinyl addiction, appreciates a little sarcasm now and then, thinks musicals are annoying and loves those moments where you lose track of time completely.

Too many plans for the weekend? Let me narrow your options down by weekly suggesting the events where you can meet, dance and drink with Amsterdam’s finest crowds. After all, ‘a hangover ain’t worth the pain if the party is lame’. So here’s where you weekend warriors should go to for next Monday’s hangover.

Friday: Strange Behaviour @ Closure

I saw Ostgut Ton’s Efdemin play during King’s Day at Oranjebloesem. He was playing at the only indoor stage and the weather was beautiful that day, so I think about twenty other people witnessed that. The joke was on those in the sun who missed him because the magic was happening inside. This Friday you’ll have another chance to catch him in Closure and I suggest you take it. JP Enfant and Sinfol are on the bill as well. Time to dance the night away!

Saturday: Tribes @ Canvas

When I was dancing in Canvas two weeks ago I experienced a shot that was called Hooker On Acid. I love the bar there, obviously. If I were you, I’d go there this Saturday and let the bartenders surprise you. Tribes is a really good excuse to do so. They invited Kuriose Naturale who have played at both Fusion and Melt! festival, which is basically enough reason to check it out. UNISOL and TRIBESMEN (Agri Culture & Pieter Strange Love) are performing as well. Bottoms up!

Saturday: One Night in Detroit @ Studio 80

Unfortunately Detroit is pretty far away, but if you want to experience a true Detroit vibe a little closer to home, Studio 80 is the place to be this Saturday. Amsterdam-based resident Anonym will open the night, building up from slow beat house towards deeper Detroit techno. Next up is Sistrum Recordings founder and legend Patrice Scott. Jasper Wolff & Maarten Mittendorf will make you sweat in Studio 2.

Check out I Love Vinyl, Get On Down, Undefined and Silent as well.

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