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17-09-2014 | 16.45
Electronic music producer and visual artist Wolfgang Voigt will join us for the second edition of New Music for Found Footage where he will perform an original score for Gustav Deutsch’s “Film Ist.”. I asked Voigt a few questions about the upcoming performance and his ideas about sampling.
11-09-2014 | 12.11
Ever since we heard the news that Ryan Elliott would produce the Panorama Bar 06 mix, we were anxious to hear it in its entirety. The Berlin artist, originally from Detroit, would be the first in line to release this famous mix online for free and contains tracks by heavy-hitters like Head High, Roman Flügel, Marcel Dettmann, Mr. G, Tuff City Kids, Terrence Dixon, and Genius of Time. Makam is also present on the mix and invited the man himself to his Club Night Weekender this weekend, which gave us a perfect reason to have a chat with the Berghain/Panorama Bar resident.
06-09-2014 | 13.13
GUP Magazine has been exhibiting the work of young Dutch photographers in our toilets since 2012. They have always been solo exhibitions that were shown for several months. The last pictures to be put up in October will be shown until the end of Trouw. This time we want to create a group exhibition of talented photographers that want to pay Trouw and our building one last tribute.
05-09-2014 | 11.31
We've all come to know Petar Dundov as one of the most enigmatic techno live sets of the last decade. Born in Zagreb, his career in dance music stretches back the best part of 20 years, but it’s only in the new millennium that he’s been using his own name for his productions. His 2013 album Sailing Off The Grid got raving reviews and enforced his unique style of making techno music to expand people's horizons. Petar returns to Trouw this Saturday to play at Something Happening Somewhere with Etapp Kyle and Nuno dos Santos. A lot has happened since we've last seen him, so we were thrilled to have a chat with him in the middle of his busy schedule.
04-09-2014 | 14.55
Nuno dos Santos' Something Happening Somewhere label will be hosting a new edition of their club night here in Trouw on Saturday. With their fourth EP that has just been released (Sigward - Black Mambo), they thought it would be nice to sell a couple of their releases on the night itself so you can take home a cool gift for yourself or someone else!
29-08-2014 | 17.14
The joint month of the young talented residents in Trouw is coming to an end. This Friday Tsepo (Jan van der Lugt) and Tim Hoeben will play at Trouw all night long. Tsepo upstairs and Tim downstairs, in De Verdieping. A couple of days ago, the youngsters talked this exciting night through, in preparation of things to come. How do they live up to this moment?
26-08-2014 | 15.55
Trouw is looking for runners to support our bar-team during the clubnights!
24-08-2014 | 19.19
Music for Found Footage is a collaboration between Trouw and CineSonic, with EYE Film Museum as a partner in the first edition. In the forthcoming months, four artists will present their music, created for a selection of short films. Every night, a different artist will be responsible: Tom Trago, Legowelt, Shackleton and Wolfgang Voigt. Tom Trago is the first one up. I spoke with him about music (or sound) in films and his view on the night in question.
21-08-2014 | 10.11
A few years back, a close friend played me a record. It was around the time house was experiencing a well-deserved resurgence in Europe. It re-introduced the genre to its Chicago and Detroit roots while it also explored the deeper bass lines that were left behind from the dubstep era. The track was called Frontin and it was unique to everything else that was around at the time. It still tipped its hat to the origins of dance music, but there was a raw quality that was unrivaled amongst its contemporaries. I was hooked. After inquiring, my friend informed me that German artist Danilo Plessow created Frontin under the guise of Motor City Drum Ensemble, a name that reflects his auto-Industry-home origins of Stuttgart.
19-08-2014 | 15.28
All good things must come to an end, as is also the case with Trouw. We previously announced we would be closing our doors by the end of this year, but now there is an official date set. The very last opportunity to party here in Trouw is Saturday January 3rd 2015.
15-08-2014 | 14.13
You might have seen them around town the past month: the posters for Trouw's Last Summer. We got a lot of responses about our posters hanging throughout the city, and many asked us for a copy to hang on the wall at home. That's why we'll be selling a small number of these posters!
14-08-2014 | 16.13
The second edition of Trouw Invites... has arrived! For this edition, which opens on September 4, the contemporary art space Beirut (Cairo) has invited Lebanese artist Rayyane Tabet (1983, Ashqout) to create a new installation in our basement area.
13-08-2014 | 11.18
Trouw only has a couple of more months left, which means that the final edition of Amsterdam Dance Event is coming up for us!
08-08-2014 | 16.18
In the month of August, our program is full of the names of the new generation Trouw residents. That's why we decided not one person, but multiple gents Residents of the Month together! Every Resident will perform once here in Trouw in August and on their night, they will be offered the chance to put their favorite drink/cocktail on our menu for one day. This weekend will set the stage for Elias Mazian and Jean Pierre Enfant's first all-nighter in Trouw. Now that's definitely a cause for a celebratory drink and they are: Kir Royale and Takkie!
01-08-2014 | 10.07
In the month of August, our program is full of the names of the new generation Trouw residents, the young talent that's breaking through in and outside of our city walls. Therefore, we decided the make these gents our Resident of the Month together in order to give them all a place in the spotlight! These men are: Young Marco, Jasper Wolff, Maarten Mittendorff, Elias Mazian, the men of Malawi (Job Jobse, Luc Mast, Arif Malawi, Andrei Vilcov en Job Oberman), Interstellar Funk, Tim Hoeben, Jean Pierre Enfant and Tsepo!
25-07-2014 | 08.14
“When we started really hanging out, before we started the label, it was every single Saturday down at a record store called Killa Cutz, which is sadly gone now – it’s turned into a bike rental shop. We used to go there every Saturday at ten o’clock – that’s when the boxes of promos would arrive – and we’d be in there listening to records all day. That’s where our love for this comes from.”
24-07-2014 | 13.59
From August till November 2014 we will present together with CineSonic a new series of four events dedicated to found footage cinema and live electronic music: New Music for Found Footage. The first edition will take place on August 28 with Tom Trago performing a new original score to a selection of short films from the EYE archive.
17-07-2014 | 11.30
As you’ve probably noticed, an interview usually precedes an event at Trouw. We’ve adapted quite well to receiving last minute replies but mere hours before an appearance proved too much for even us. An opportunity to share some of Spencer’s thoughts and experiences doesn’t come along everyday and we’d be fools to resign this one to the wastebasket. So without further delay and in the spirit of better late than never, may we present the Spencer interview.Next page