Fibre (2007-...) Fibre is an indie band from Deventer, the Netherlands. The band consists of Thijs on vocals, Ivo and Max on guitar and backing vocals, Stefan on bass and Ralf on drums. History: Fibre was founded in December 2007 by Stefan and Ivo. Soon they got their first line-up, with Christian on vocals and Niek on guitar, and a name: Nine o'Clock. After a few shows, in November 2008, Stefan, Ralf and Ivo decided to continue together, and search for a new vocalist and guitarist. In January 2009 the band was completed, and along came a new name: Fibre.
Pony Pack is an Amsterdam-based indie punk band headed by vocalist and bass player Jane Mack. With a range of influences from seventies punk, post-punk, new-wave, psychedelia and grunge, Pony Pack make music according to their own impulses. The result is direct and uncompromising songs that are as dirty and satirical as they are sweet and sincere. Pony Pack was formed by Jane and Robert Fischer after a chance encounter in November 2005.
'BLATNOVA' is music by Jobina Tinnemans. Filmish and atmospherical electronica with an analogue touch. She uses vintage organs, toy keyboards, samplers, bass, fx and vocals. Her first album '1' was released in 2002, to be followed by the releases 'Humboldt Plain' (2005, with Bertus Fridael), '"...starring Pyke Rouge/ crashed UFOs" soundtrack' (2006), 'EX.TERR.' (2006), 'IMPRO' (2007, with Geert Waegeman & Pascal Gully) and 'DING' (2007, with Geert Waegeman & Ruben Nachtergaele). She also made a radio-play for the dutch radio-station VPRO called 'DR.
There are two Ali B's:
1) The Dutch rapper
2) The British DJ 1. Dutch rapper Ali B (born in Zaanstad on 16 October 1981 as Ali Bouali) is a very famous rapper in The Netherlands. At the age of 14 he came in contact with rap. In 2004 he won a lot of awards: Essent Award, Megaward, Zilveren Harp, Popprijs, Dutch Urban Award and two Mobo awards, and last but not least he won a TMF Award. He is an entertainer born on the streets.
Hero are a newly formed Brighton 4 piece, who 6 months after forming are ready to unleash there take on Rock, Pop and Electro mash-up onto
the world. Think Paramore sparring with Katy Perry.
Having met out of previous bands touring together- Mimi Soya (Hero) and The Auteur (Kerry, Joolz and Alex). The foursome struck up a bond and vision that would see them leave previous bands to concentrate solely on Hero.
Having been locked down for the past 3 months writing and recording there debut album, this is your first chance to see Hero live in small venues, and one that should not be missed!
There are at least 2 bands called Rubber: BAND 1:
Rubber is a Canadian rock/pop band, featuring Harry Hess on vocals and Pete Lesperance on guitar, previously known as the band Harem Scarem. Rubber's first single, "Sunshine", had a music video with two guys who looked quite similar to Jay and Silent Bob. The video parodied many movies that were released at the time including American Pie.
(From wikipedia) BAND 2:
Jacco Gardner is a neo-psych/baroque pop multi instrumentalist from The Netherlands. He creates a unique sound by combining the sounds of harpsichord, strings, flutes and other classical instruments with raw psychedelic effects. His music is influenced by artists like Billy Nicholls, Duncan Browne, The Zombies, The Beach Boys, Curt Boettcher, Pink Floyd, Bo Grumpus. Jacco released his debut 7-inch single in february 2012 called 'Clear The Air' with 'A House on the Moon' as its B-side on Action Weekend Records.
A Liquid Landscape is een alternatieve/ progressieve rockband uit Groningen. Hun combinatie van uitgekiende nummers en een intens geluid – van verstild en stemmig tot ontladende uitbarstingen – is ambitieus te noemen. De band boekte onder de naam Believeisadoubt vanaf 2004 behoorlijk wat succes, maar na een drastische stijlverandering werd besloten een doorstart te maken onder de nieuwe naam ‘A Liquid Landscape’.
There are Multiple bands named Bauer: 1. Bauer was a pop duo from Amsterdam (years active: 1999-2006) comprised of former Bettie Serveert drummer Berend Dubbe and Sonja van Hamel. Their graciously arranged pop is strongly influenced by artists such as Brian Wilson, Burt Bacharach, Stereolab and Scott Walker. The Dutch Bauer released three studio albums: On The Move (1999), Can't Stop Singing (2000) and Baueresque (2004). Their last album was a live album with Amsterdam's Metropole Orchestra, entitled The Bauer Melody of 2006.
TERZIJ DE HORDE combine an amalgam of progressive black and doom metal with a rawness and live presence reminiscent of extreme hardcore or chaotic screamo.
Terzij de Horde is old Dutch for “set apart from the horde”. It is a line from the poem “Einde” (ending) by legendary Dutch poet Hendrik Marsman. Marsman is an inspiration to the band, as are many other authors and philosophers in the same dark, vitalistic vein.