Monthly Archives: April 2013

Seen Live: BLØF

Most of the time, I go and see bands all by myself. But for BLØF’s theater-tour, I took my mother. You see, when I booked the tickets, my mother was scheduled for some major vascular surgery. That made me quite nervous, so I felt a need to have something in my agenda, something fun, with… Read more »

First Lines: Invasion

Written by Mercedes Lackey, Steve Libbey, Cody Martin and Dennis Lee, Invasion: Book One of the Secret World Chronicle is the novelization of a series of podcasts. And “being included in the Humble eBook Bundle” is about the only justification I can give for reading it. For starters, I’m apparently not much for superheroes. In… Read more »

Seen Live: Delain

The last time I saw Delain, I went home thinking that I didn’t necessarily had to see then live again. It’s not like they suck as a live act. Because they don’t. It’s like, you have this band, that plays pop songs in a heavy arrangement, they’ve got a hot singer that can hit all… Read more »

Seen Live: Daniël Lohues

After five years, you probably could call it a tradition: Daniël Lohues records an album and tours in support of it, and I go and see him when he plays in Amsterdam’s Kleine Komedie. (In fact, the last four years I somehow managed to end up in the middle of the first row.) The recipe… Read more »