From King Crimson to Heaven 17, from Propaganda to Queen, from stage to screen, this week has immersed me in music from start to finish.
Reflections on… October 2018. Looking back, this month seemed to have revolved around charity and volunteering. But there were also several trips and of course plenty of films I need to recommend you to watch (or definitely not). Read the full article to discover what I’ve been up to this month!
The Dance & Music part of my ‘Dutch Girl Does Arts & Culture’ series covering anything from ballet, flamenco, electronic music, organ music and a modular synth meet.
With the exception of DJs such as Armin van Buuren and DJ Tiësto, hardly any Dutch music acts/bands are known internationally. This is a real shame as there are lots of bands out there that deserve international recognition. Therefore I’m sharing with you in this post four Dutch bands you should know!
Last month I shared some of my favourite music scenes in films with you and asked you what […]
It’s a common fact that music triggers memories. Hearing back a song from your childhood can bring back sweet […]
Last February I launched my first arts & culture wrap-up of the month summarising all art-related events I […]
Underworld is currently on tour celebrating the 20th anniversary of their decisive album dubbnobasswithmyheadman. I saw them play at STRP Festival in Eindhoven, here is my review.
It’s no secret: I am a HUGE De Staat fan. In my opinion they are truly the best Dutch […]
Happy 1st birthday to Dutch Girl in London! In October 2013 I launched my website which is packed with […]