From the attic to national success with The Clash Of The Coverbands. When these five students are not cramming for exams, they travel far and wide with their mix of pop and rock.
Homemade Water is a fresh pop and rock cover band, that is making steps in becoming well known in Delft and the rest of The Netherlands. The band brings a tight and varied set of well known rock and pop songs, as well as some original material. Many venues and bars have since had the pleasure of having them burn the house down!
Hoodoo Operators are a four piece country blues band from West Yorkshire.
Born of booze, blues and a love of doom, Hoodoo Operators enjoy nothing more than making as much noise as possible without a drummer. Formed from a drinking club that decided they could be a band, they seek to indulge the darker side of the human mind whilst sound tracking your perfect Saturday night singalong.
Check out our youtube channel for all our official music videos and acoustic sessions!
After having played for years in the semi-legendary Das Band, the former members perform now with Hopper. A Delft alternative band that goes for the better, alternative rock songs. Hopper mainly plays covers from the 80s and 90s (new wave, rock, grunge to funk metal) with sidetrips to other decades.
Hopper consists of experienced musicians, who have played all the relevant stages in Delft and surroundings the past few years. Live the band can display their strengths, with a lot of contact with the audience and musical surprises in their arrangements, such as mash-ups or version with an authentic Hoppers-sound and feel. Hopper is fat, in every way!
Igniting in the south west cider guzzling country side, nabbing a key fiddler from the midland marshes and a bass slapper from the golden streets of Manchester, ‘Huw Eddy & The Carnival’ were born in Leeds. Pedalling sound waves with a gob stopping core of Indie Folk yet generous lashings of Rock and Roll and blues influences they bring you a show that has audiences stamping their hoofs and slapping their hands in uncontrollable merriment;
‘They deliver catchy, punchy, uptempo songs that get people off their feet. They have a real “groove” about them and Huw Eddy has an outstanding voice’
(The Very Thing)
Having just released their debut EP ‘Goodbye Kinderland’ the carnival are rolling out across the UK and Europe to deliver their pulsating parade to the masses;
‘‘Goodbye Kinderland’ is more soulful and nicely two-toned country punk than anything else’
I Found The Cure is a The Cure tribute band, founded in the town of Doetinchem, in 2014. This five-piece honors the legendary group with their authentic sound and audible love and respect for the unique oeuvre.
With woldwide hits like A Forest, Lullaby, Close To Me en Boys Don’t Cry and many other great songs, The Cure left their mark on the new wave scene of the eighties. Jannick Philipsen, Daan Ebbers, Joost Ebbers, Bart Lucius and Cas Miltenburg manage to capture the essence of their illustrious idols in an energetic live performance. With just the right new wave synths, exploded hairdo’s, and excentric make-up, I Found The Cure gives audiences the ultimate Cure experience. The band manages to convey the unique sounds and vibes of The Cure quite impressively. It results in an extraordinary, interactive chemistry between band and audience, you’re not likely to forget soon.
** special U2-event**
In collaboration with AB-bookings and the International U2-fanclub U2start.com a special night to celebrate the return of U2 to our city!
About tribute band "In the Name of":
The band "In the Name of" was founded in 2008 and is the ultimate musical U2 adventure with lots of interaction and chemistry during their shows. In the Name of participated in the coverband competition "The Clash of the Cover Bands" and has been voted as the jury's most favourite band.
U2 tribute band "IN THE NAME OF" is founded on 1 January 2008 and has emerged from an all-round cover band. The new occupation (since may 2015) has once again put this band on the radar of Europe’s booking agency’s.
With their whole heart, they crawl into the soul of U2 to bring the -oh, so great- songs with the same passion and fire. A U2 tribute band that plays just like the original, each performance as if it were their last ...
"IN THE NAME OF" stood, among other shows, in halls as The maaspoort, 013, P60 (Netherlands Fanclub day U2 fan club), Paradiso, The Duchess and metropolis. Also she was standing on renowned festivals in The Netherlands and Belgium. With a night "IN THE NAME OF" you will feel and experience U2 as if it were the real thing.
The band guarantees an ultimate musical catchy U2 adventure and loves the huge interaction and chemistry that occurs during a performance. Every visitor will agree on this intense experience.
In the Name of is participant in The Clash of the Cover Bands 2016-2017. In the preliminary round (June 2016), in the national finals of the extra half cycle (October 2016) and in the Benelux final (March 2017) “In the Name of” was proclaimed professional jury winner! The final takes place on 8 July 2017 in PARADISO Amsterdam.
In Your Honor: a real Foo Fighters experience!
“If there's one thing I'm good at, it's gathering people together to do something fun.”
In 2014, six musicians came together to hold tribute to one of the greatest bands in the last 2 decades: Foo Fighters. From the first note until the last, In Your Honor releases energy onto the crowd that will never escape you again. A set that approaches a real live Foo Fighters set, including genuine live performances!
On stage, In Your Honor combines pure power with subdued, passionate moments that only true fans of the music could deliver and perform these songs in the exceptional way you would see and hear them at a Foo Fighters live show! A playlist consisting of over 30 songs, more than 2 hours of non-stop amusement on stage, a charismatic Dave Grohl-look-alike and 3 guitarists, one bassist and a drummer who all merge perfectly into a full-blown tribute!
The creative process is a wonderful thing. You write songs, record them, and all of a sudden you see and hear everything differently. That happened to Inge van Calkar, who we still know of its participation in the best Singer-Songwriter of Netherlands. Taste, style and her approach is gradually changed. Then you can continue on the old way, but the lure of a new direction is much more interesting. She just had to follow that inner voice for the upcoming, second album. The acoustic guitar was exchanged for an electric, while the songs received an electronics injection, which gives them much more suspense.
A first single from the album with the working title Animal, is Different World: a sexy indie pop rocker where Florence undoubtedly would put on her best dress for, and otherwise PJ Harvey certainly. Live, Inge is a similar ' appearance ' in white, albeit not necessarily in a dress. There she is wearing a matching white Fender jazzmaster guitar. Cooool! "That song is about you see the world negatively, if you only look down, ' says van Calkar. ' I'm not depressed by the way, Hi! ' Don't think that this remains, as there is much more in the musical barrel, among other things still tracks written with Bas Kennis from the band Bløf.
Forget for a moment her older work, also that with her old band ZaZa: a former 3FM Serious Talent that performd on DWDD. Not that the music was bad. Far from that! But this new step puts her in one hit in modern times. This is not the fragile singer-songwriter with a hat on, as she expresses so beautifully. No, here is an artist who dares stood up with her music on the cutting edge.
Formed in 2015, experienced musicians from Europe and the US are the IORR Band. Playing deep cuts and classics by The Rolling Stones, the IORR Band is not strictly a tribute /cover band. It began as a recording project among musicians who were aware of each other due to participation in the European-based Stones fan forum 'It's Only Rock And Roll'. From The Netherlands, Italy, France, Germany, Norway, and the US, it has become a band of friends who love to play the music of the Stones. Their live performances are heartfelt and powerful. And, it's 'Only Rock and Roll' but they like it.