Worth Your Dam Hangover: Rhadoo & Ferro, Kahn & TMSV

Worth Your Dam Hangover: Rhadoo & Ferro, Kahn & TMSV

Sep 14, 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.

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.

Saturday: Rhadoo & Ferro @ Shelter

Saturday will see Rhadoo take Shelter along with VBX frontman Ferro. As one of Arpiar’s three Romanian founding fathers, Rhadoo instantiated a new standard of effective musical minimalism over a decade ago and developed himself to be one of the most skillful artists around ever since. In the end, the so-called Rominimal subgenre that gained enormous attention and an extensive following as a result of the rising Arpiar label can all be reduced to Rhadoo the architect and initiator himself. By exclusively sharing the booth with Ferro throughout the night, he’ll be able to play an extra lengthy solo set in which the detailed Romanian sound can be expressed to a maximum.

Saturday: Kahn & TMSV @ Garage Noord

Garage Noord offers a solid alternative for Saturday night by inviting Bristol-based Kahn & Utrecht’s own TMSV to their grounds. It can be said the old school dubstep and related bass-heavy forms are making a slight resurgence as specifically focussed nights can be attended on a more regular basis and its sound is often pushed in combination with contemporary techno and breaks. To say the least it’s awesome these quality styles of bass music survived the ‘brostep hype’ we’ve experienced some years ago and that the artists representing the scene are still steadily booked in the Dam. There’s nothing quite like the low-slung vibe created on the floor while slabs of dubstep are played so get down there if you have the opportunity.

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