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Monthly Archives: March 2011

Video registration ACSH#11

Written on March 31, 2011 at 11:15, by

Elise van der Linden was kind enough to shoot some video at the previous ass-crack stage-hack in Havenkwartier Deventer. So here is a fragment of the concert by Gareth Davis (bass clarinet), Romke Kleefstra (guitar & effects) and Jan Kleefstra (Frisian poetry). The audio was recorded by the videocamera. A better audio registration of the  Continue Reading »

The Peeters Principle

Written on March 28, 2011 at 8:15, by

Peter van Cooten (ambientblog.net) created a mix-collage with fragments of Arno Peeters‘ experimental work (spanning almost 30 years). Check here for more info and the extensive tracklist with links to full versions. Arno Peeters is a musician/artist/sound engineer working from Utrecht, Holland. Starting from the 80’s techno scene (with Voltage Control, credited to release the very  Continue Reading »

Sonomu

Written on March 24, 2011 at 18:42, by

Review by Sonomu: Thank goodness for country bumpkins with keen vision and broad horizons. Okkenbroek is a hamlet somewhere in the middle of the Netherlands which sponsored an arts festival and, with the help of Esc Rec, commissioned a trio of out-of-towners to each come up with a piece of music inspired by its rural setting.  Continue Reading »

The Diamond Exchange

Written on March 8, 2011 at 13:30, by

Esc.rec. just launched a new concept: The Diamond Exchange. Two (or more) passionate music fans take turns in playing their personal favorites for each other, in front of an audience. Participants are selected (by esc.rec.) to ensure a certain level of musical compatibility and to stimulate chemistry, which can be equally interesting for the participants and  Continue Reading »

April 23, 2011: The Diamond Exchange #1

Written on March 8, 2011 at 13:13, by

April 23, 23:00-3:00 hrs. in Het Burgerweeshuis, Deventer: The first edition of The Diamond Exchange, with Bart Folmer (Radion) and Harco Rutgers (Cette Truc). You have to pay 6 euro to get in, but then you also get to enjoy the 5 year anniversary of Deventer Dub Sessions with San Soda and Tom Trago.