We waren in Amsterdam, in Studio 80 om precies te zijn. Daar draaide wegens ziekte wederom maar de helft van Detroit Swindle (PS. Maarten, we <3 you!).
Het feest... Apocalypse Of Time, een doomsday party (zie je wel) van bureau Kreativ. Er was nog iets. Ja, wij maakten kennis met (op foto vlnr, red.) Gijs en Paul, de boys van L'Atelier. Zij warmden de decks op voor Detroit Swindle - wat heet, de decks naderden hun kookpunt. Holy shit served hot as hell.
Whether you went out last weekend to check out an uber-geeky beat magician or a depressingly awesome indie rock band, we all know thereâ€™s always some serious musical talents rocking around the Dam. You might not recognize them all yet, but donâ€™t worry, you will soon. In this series of interviews we talk to remarkable artists about their music and their inspirations.
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Gijs van Willigen Paul Veen
With music being a basis of a relationship that goes way back in time, L’Atelier is here to stay. Paul Veen en Gijs van Willigen are based in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, and use their love for the music, starting with Hip Hop, to do what they do best; make people dance. Both coming from different corners of house music and both taking their own road towards today makes L’Atelier a duo with an own, new sound. Various influences created and shaped this sound. A sound that evolves and grows everyday.
With their first tracks being finished quite some time ago, it was De Sluwe Vos’ label VEEE Music that released their first track “Ca Banera” in the beginning of 2011. Another remix followed on the same label that picked up quite some support and air play on national radio. Nowadays their relea..