TNNE (The No Name Experience) – Life 3.0

TNNE (The No Name Experience) is a prog band from Luxembourg. Their third album is called ‘Life 3.0,’ which is based on the novel ‘Otherland’ by Tad Williams, set in the future. The extended instrumental intro of ‘The Net’ is calm. The first sentences are spoken slowly through which the plot is briefly explained. The … Read more, available in English and Dutch

Sem Jansen’s performance ‘Who the f*ck is Britt?’ was one of the most special shows ever.

Last year Sem Jansen performed as singer/guitarist of Leif de Leeuw band at De Bosuil (The Netherlands). Sunday afternoon, March 26, the same men were here. But with a different approach, because the performance ‘Who the f*ck is Britt ?’ is about transition. In 2018, Sem went into the studio as Britt for the last … Read more, available in English and Dutch

Karibow – A Tribal Treat

Oiver Rüsing, has been the man behind the prog project Karibow for over 25 years. His latest album, ‘A Tribal Treat’ is another one man project. The album is new, but the songs are not. As the songs come from two previously released albums: from ‘Tribe’ from 2000, and from Tribal Avenue from 2001. These … Read more, available in English and Dutch

D-Rosas – Greedy (I Can Feel It)

D-Rosas is a project of guitarist/composer Gesuino Derosas. He played in the rock band Terra Nova, with which he toured Japan. He also plays in Van Hagar, a Van Halen tribute band. Greedy (I Can Feel It) is the debut EP; it was self-released. John ‘Jaycee’ Cuijpers is the vocalist, he is known from Praying … Read more, available in English and Dutch

TEN – Something Wicked This Way Comes

Many bands used the lockdown(s) to release an album. English hard rock band TEN even made two (separate) albums during the pandemic. The first was released about a year ago. The second album, ‘Something Wicked This Way Comes’, was released a few weeks ago (via Frontiers Music s.r.l. ). The sampled sounds give the start … Read more, available in English and Dutch

Henrik Freischlader showed his love of music at De Bosuil

Because of Corona, and its aftermath, it took a long time for singer/multi-instrumentalist Henrik Freischlader could perform again. About a year and a half ago, his band fell apart, and scheduled concerts were canceled. Meanwhile, Henrik continued to write, of course, so a new album was released. On this he played everything himself, except the … Read more, available in English and Dutch