Worth Your Dam Hangover: Soul Searchers, Skatebård, Job Jobse Sunday Session

Worth Your Dam Hangover: Soul Searchers, Skatebård, Job Jobse Sunday Session

Jan 19, 2018 |  by  |  Event, Music
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Being driven by music from a young age made me realize how lucky I am to be situated in Amsterdam and its ever growing scene of artists, events and, of course, music enthusiasts. With a focus on the feel of House, Techno and all in between, sharing my love for music in any way possible acts as a fine expressive outlet.

New name, same concept. 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 make it worth your damn hangover.

Friday: Soul Searchers, Skatebård & more @ Claire

Triple threat in Claire this Friday. With all three rooms in full swing, the club will be overloaded with quality acts and, most likely, vibes. Where the first room will host the eccentric Norwegian Skatebård and Elias Mazian among others, the second one will have Jungle By Night take the stage all night long. Finally, the intimate third room will provide for an even more complete night, having the duo of Soul Searchers and their guest RDS bring in flavors of jazz, funk and world music. Make sure to give them a listen.

Sunday: Job Jobse @ De School

Job Jobse’s Sunday sessions are becoming something of a regularity at De School, and not without reason. The resident DJ’s journey-like sets are unpredictable as ever, making way for forgotten gems and cherished classics. Sunday will even see the light of an extended 12-hour marathon set of his. The question is where to pull this off better than at Het Muzieklokaal inside De School, but I have no answer. Since the infamous basement is being renovated, all January events take place in Het Muzieklokaal, a raw but charming space on ground level which is mostly used during the weekenders. Special about Sunday’s session as well is the collaboration with the Queer Welfare Project. Being an advocate for queer refugees, the foundation will receive part of the entrance fees and the whole of Jobs’. Good job Job.

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