Open: 19:00 - 01:00 hrs
Tickets: € 7 / €6 for Students (bring student pass)
The Bad Tones
A graduation night of three pop students from the Conservatory of Amsterdam.
Six diverse acts will present their music at their one night festival called MILK.
Reason for a big party!
CHRISSIE her alternative R&B songs evoke an intimate mood. Fueled by a rootsy rhythm section and future synth sounds she reawakens her every ordeal through wit, honesty and groove-led cosmic soul.
The Bad Tones:
The Bad Tones is a psychedelic rock quartet from Latvia previously known as The Pink Elephant. Mixing skills crafted through classic rock and blues standards with the song writing approach of modern, independent music, they've developed their own style and sound.
Rudolfs Ozols solo project.
Rudolfs is a latvian musician who moved to Amsterdam in search of new musical challanges. This solo project is one of them. Having been played in numerous different bands, he decided to challange himself and write on his own. The style of Rudolf’s music is everything from psychedelic rock to ballad like pop. Interesting harmonies made to sound relatable. In his project he plays with Jesse Koch, Jens Huigen, Max Snel and Orópo Beníto Nadal Uceda.
Stella sleept je mee door haar melancholische wereld vol lange nachten en tweestrijdige gedachtes.
Sobere popliedjes met een donker randje.
Met invloeden als Pj Harvey, Sonic Youth, Nick Cave en Mazzy Star.
Yip Roc is like tight, stained underpants with some juicy skid marks on them. Yes, exactly: fast, sexy and dirty. The band mixes alternative rock with garage, which will make you wanna run around on flip flops like an ADHD maniac. You can expect some catchy riffs, old skool Philicorda tunes and melodies sticking around in your head for days.
3VOOR12 calls it “catchy pop rock with an amazing show element”’, The Daily Indie insists to “get on your dancing shoes” and NMTH sees Yip Roc as ‘jumpy alternative rock & garage with a steaming organ’.
After a streak of singles in 2018 and being the most booked band for the Popronde 2018 (OOR-talent), Yip Roc now concentrates on their debut EP which will be released after the summer of 2019. With their new material and new sound, they are coming out like fresh little apes, ready to peel yo bananas. With muchachos love, of course.