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December 01, 2016

Curl up in front of the fireplace with December. It's that time of the year to cuddle up on the couch with your loved one with a glass of mulled wine. The beautiful December is a nice companion to the approaching winter feeling, an emotional ballad on acoustic guitar with here and there a touch of slide.


Mountains To The Snow

November 24, 2016

Eckhardt And The House looks forward to winter. Mountains To The Snow is the sixth single of Amsterdam based Eckhardt And The House. It's a cheerful uplifting mellow wintertune with brilliant addition of western guitar and mariachi horns. Mountains To The Snow features on vocals Bella Hay (daughter of Golden Earring frontman Barry Hay) and Heidi Happy (guest vocals for Yello).


The World Is Burning EP

November 03, 2016

The World Is Burning is the debut EP by Money & The Man. The duo consisting of Henk Wesselink and Ymte Koekkoek already made impression with their intense live shows with sweat flying around. For the last year the band gave many concerts and was featured on festivals in the Netherlands and had gigs on Dutch national radio. 


Trough The Back Of My Head

October 13, 2016

Backgammon broadens its horizon with third single Through The Back Of My Head. Backgammon gives new life to classic rock in their own way. On their third single again their inspiration can be clearly heard: Neil Young, Tom Petty and Oasis.Through The Back Of My Head comes from the new EP Side A produced by Martijn Groeneveld (John Coffey, Dotan).


Side A EP

September 29, 2016

Side A is the digital 'A-side' of the Backgammon debut album. After two singles here's the 7-track EP with which Backgammon expands their repertoire.


Old Friend EP

September 22, 2016

Dutch singer-songwriter Eelke Ankersmit releases solo debut EP Old Friend. Eelke Ankersmit is known as the former frontman of band The Rag Trade. After an album with unanimously positive reviews, live-performances on Dutch national radio as well as several festival gigs, It is now time to continue his journey on his own. 

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