Worth Your Dam Hangover: Kerri Chandler, Unpolished

Worth Your Dam Hangover: Kerri Chandler, Unpolished

Mar 1, 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 perfect expressive outlet.

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: Kerri Chandler @ Radion

With support from Radion’s respected resident Wendel Sield, deep house icon Kerri Chandler enters the Dam this Friday, ready to serve you an extended set of at least five hours! Clearly, given the opportunity of playing such a lengthy set, the night will give the pioneer that is Kerri lots and lots of artistic freedom which gives him the chance to journey you through all facets of House music. Added to this he’ll be set up with his own keys and might even drop a vocal here and there. This is certainly not one to sleep on.

Friday & Saturday: Unpolished @ Warehouse Elementenstraat

Friday sees the light of Reaktor’s fourth effort of Unpolished at the almighty Warehouse Elementenstraat, and with Unpolished being the organization’s roughest yearly event, the two nights will be densely packed with some of the best and hardest acts centered around techno, industrial and electro. Thomas P. Heckmann, Domenico Crisci, Parrish Smith, Umfang, Perc, Identified Patient, Dax J, Galaxian, and the list goes on. Again, Reaktor seems capable of putting together a lineup so strong and fierce, it will be difficult to find a similar experience for the rest of the whole year. Next to the roster of performances, one can expect a topnotch production and a third “Breeding Ground” area, making room for two days of Dutch upcoming artists picked by the brains behind the operation. Massive.

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