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Tune In and ‘Burn On: Roadburn Festival 2013 Audio Streams (AmenRa, Cough, Goat and The Pretty Things Among Others)
Posted on Tuesday, June 11th, 2013
Roadburn 2013 was an extravaganza of great bands from Alcest to Zodiac. Sometimes, trying to decide between shows (or get into the Green Room or Het Patronaat) was as hellish as anything screened during the Electric Acid Orgy Grindhouse Cinema. And if you couldn’t make it at all, well…
Have no fear, the 2013 audio streams are here!
Thanks to the dedicated efforts of Marcel van de Vondervoort (Torture Garden Studio) and the team from VPRO 3voor12, which is the best cultural media network in the Netherlands, you can listen to the Roadburn 2013 shows you either missed or want to relive.
Tune in and ‘burn on!
Amenra – Live at Roadburn 2013
Cough – Live at Roadburn 2013
Goat – Live at Roadburn 2013
My Brother The Wind – Live at Roadburn 2013
Pilgrim – Live at Roadburn 2013
Raketkanon – Live at Roadburn 2013
Satan’s Satyrs Tribute To Blue Cheer – Live at Roadburn 2013
The Atlas Moth – Live at Roadburn 2013
The Pretty Things – Live at Roadburn 2013
Zodiac – Live at Roadburn 2013
Roadburn festival audio engineers:
Robert de Lorijn (Astrosoniq, Spacejam Records)
Michiel Ferweda (Paperboat Studio)
Matthijs Herder (Paperboat Studio): My Brother The Wind
Kristian Vloet (Spacejam, Astrosoniq)
Nancy van den Buuse (Spacejam, Astrosoniq)
Bob Laarmans: (Spacejam)
Han Pannekoek: (Spacejam)
Danny Gras (Spacejam / Gomer Pyle): The Pretty Things
Marcel van de Vondervoort (Torture Garden studio): Amenra, Cough, Goat, Pilgrim, Raketkanon, Satan’s Satyrs Tribute To Blue Cheer The Atlas Moth and Zodiac.
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Posted on Wednesday, February 29th, 2012
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