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With their heavy brass, unlimited energy and swinging beats, this twelve headed brassband will
literally blow your mind at Just Jazz 2019! They have played at festivals such as North Sea Jazz,
Lowlands, ADE and a sold-out Paradiso twice! This explosion of jazz, funk and hiphop guarantees an
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These four boys from Rotterdam are going to set the room on fire! They describe themselves as a band that creates energetic improvisation sounds and pumping live beats. They have played at festivals like Pinkpop, Into The Woods and Oerol and we're very happy to welcome them in Delft!
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Montis, Goudsmit & Directie
Three of Netherlands greatest names in their genre come together in one epic trio and blow the roof of every event they perform at. With Frank Montis at the Hammond, Anton Goudsmit at the guitar and Cyril Directie behind the drums an experience of energetic funky JazzSoul is guaranteed!
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Tight themes, sweaty solos and clashing harmonies are coming out of a smokey café. Six pirates in a kano are standing inside, bringing you back to lost times - A time of heroes. Heroes like Lee Morgan, Horace Silver, Cannonball Adderley and Art Blakey. It smells. It's jazz. It's KANO.
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Sweating people somewhere in a basement. Troubled view, more smoke than light. Nobody has clear sight.
A pulsating phrase - let’s have more base.
Rhythm and beats – drums give the lead.
Howling Leslie’s – Hammond’s our bestie.
Snares are vibrating – guitar’s escalating.
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A ten men disco formation that revives old hits from the 70’s and 80’s disco clubs. Thanks to their string section, the old-school hits will come alive in a way you don’t hear often, and one that won’t allow you to stay still. Adding to the party, the band will be accompanied by a horn section! Prepare to dance your feet off to Glitter Strings ft. The Hot Horns!
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Haex Trio is back! After a time of personal experiences, their music got united again. You can expect free jazz, utempo beats and mind-blowing improvisations.
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Stijn and Mala have been playing along as a duo for years (piano, violin) and last year they recorded their first album that even got great reviews from the far-away United States as “Here’s your music for a peaceful Sunday morning, when all you want to do is bring tranquillity to your life, and, perhaps, nurse away your Saturday night hangover “by Dave Sumner in Bird is the Worm. But because artists have got to reinvent themselves every once in a while and to get out of the “Sunday morning music”-corner, they expanded their band with a bass and even two drummers. In this formation they are causing a solid headache for hungover Jazz-lovers.