Huiskamer, podium, café, restaurant, werkplekken & platenzaak op de Distelweg in Amsterdam-Noord. Concerten, kunst en cultuur, lokale biertjes en goed eten in samenwerking met diverse partners en curatoren.
Living room, concert venue, café, restaurant, workspaces and record shop in Amsterdam-Noord. Concerts, arts, local beers and good food in cooperation with various partners and curators.
The second Friday of every month at De Ruimte is a two-stage rocket: from 21:00 to 23:00 dOeK and Space Is The Place present two live acts: SITP ft Doek: De Joode solo + Cactus Truck & James Brandon Lewis. After that, the party-party starts with the wildest live music in town!
21:00 – 23:00 Space is the Place ft. Doek – € 8
23:00 – 03:00 Second Stop is Jupiter – € 6
€ 10 combined ticket
Lineup: THE AMBUSH PARTY (broken cuuumbia)
Harald Austbø – Cello | Oscar Jan Hoogland – Piano | Natalio Sued – Tenor saxophone | Marcos Baggiani – Drums
THE ZEBRA STREET BAND (infectiously danceable brass music)
Salvoandrea Lucifora – Trombone | Alistair Payne – Trumpet | Andrius Dereviancenko – Tenor Saxophone | John Dikeman – Baritone Saxophone | Onno Goveart – Snare drum and percussions | Fabio Galeazzi – Bass drum and percussions
After your first stop of friday evening concerts, theater shows, birthday parties or movie visits come to De Ruimte for your second stop: After midnight dancing to the wildest live music in town! One thing is for sure every second friday: The Second Stop is Jupiter!
Names You Can Trust presents: Viaje al Centro del Ritmo
Saturday, December 15, 21:00 – 3:00, €5
Names You Can Trust presents the debut release from Lola’s Dice: Viaje al Centro del Ritmo. An ensemble born and battle-tested by years of punk and hard rock before fusing into its current form, a consolidated tropical-rock rhythm machine. Fueled in equal parts by the group’s South American roots in Venezuela and Chile, and the creative freedom of their long-time home in Amsterdam, the band’s evolution has resulted in music that is a pure body-moving delight — a fuzzy blend of guitars, synths and musical sabor that is very much rooted in the percussive sounds of Latin America, yet still comfortable in its punk-ethos vandalization of tradition and status quo. Helping to guide the band in this first studio recording is the talented touch of percussion maestro and engineering wiz Alex Figueira (Fumaça Preta, Conjunto Papa Upa) at his Barracão Sound studio in Amsterdam. The resulting 4-track EP is a perfect match of genre-defying psychedelic madness and Caribbean cool.
The night will seasoned with heavy sabrosura tunes to destroy the dance floor, with the help of hypnotic grooves coming from DJ Rengo Estar and Duo Penossi
Jerusalem’s Underground Pioneer Ryskinder creates a loopy and sample heavy version of rock ‘n roll by unleashing beats and guitar riffs from his sampler and singing / rapping in Hebrew. Ryskinder shows are a wild fusion of Live electronics, Punk Attitude, Hip-Hop rythmes and Warm Psych rock riffs.
THOSE FOREIGN KIDS
Those Foreign Kids’ daredevil stage antics and smoldering, cataclysmic garage punk anthems notwithstanding, the duo manages to elude their odds-on spectacular collapse. Westerlaken still wields a myriad of (custom) guitar effects like some punch drunk orchestra conductor, while Heijmans seems inclined to inflict havoc on his skins for the sole purpose of quelling the inner voices in his head.
Any other band might’ve been at each others throats, but TFK seems to take it all in stride with demented bemusement. As their spur-of-the-moment ‘let’s start a band’ pact a decade ago betokens, Heijmans and Westerlaken entrust their creative instincts to chaos and randomness instead of letting those things to impede on their delightfully knee-jerk stage dynamic.
Before the imagination can run rampant, you have to start with an empty canvas.. a void of sheer nothingness. And luckily, TFK embrace sheer randomness and escapism for the sake of just THAT.