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Muziek (Music) | Episode 76 | Music from the North of the Netherlands

The Common Linnets, We Fall Slowly, Jan Smit & Kraantje Pappie, Inge van Calkar and Rum & Skunk.

Muziek (Music)

Episode 76: Music from the North of the Netherlands

First aired: Tuesday, 14 July 2015 at 17.20 hours

The Common Linnets, We Fall Slowly, Jan Smit & Kraantje Pappie, Inge van Calkar and Rum & Skunk.

In Muziek uit het Noorden are music clips broadcast from artists who come from the north. Known and lesser known artists come by. Weekly with a healthy dose of video clips, something for everyone! In this episode of Muziek uit het Noorden:


The Common Linnets – We Don't Make the Wind Blow (from Overrijssel)

Last year proved a sensational year for The Common Linnets and 2015 looks set to be even better. In 2014 the band stole people’s hearts at the Eurovision Song Contest in Copenhagen. With their haunting, evocative song Calm After The Storm they enchanted millions of viewers, leaving many wanting to discover more about them.

For more information:

http://www.thecommonlinnets.com/

Facebook: thecommonlinnets
Twitter: @CommonLinnets


We Fall Slowly –- Take My Hand (from Drenthe)

We Fall Slowly plays hard, but melodic music that is born from a mix of alternative rock from the 90s and a good dose of indie / emo from the years '00. Imbued with melancholy, despair and hope. We Fall Slowly is known for its energetic live act, dynamic and strong compositions.

For more information:

http://www.wefallslowly.com/

Facebook: WeFallSlowly
Twitter: @WeFallSlowly


Jan Smit & Kraantje Pappie –- Handen Omhoog (from Groningen)

Kraantje Pappie grew up in Rozenburg near Rotterdam and attended high school in Groningen. Because of his successful judo career he lived for a time in Haarlem. As rapper Kraantje Pappie represents Groningen.

Facebook: KraantjeP
Twitter: @kraantjepappie


Inge van Calkar –- Leave This Town (from Groningen)

Inge Calkar is probably one of the few singer-songwriters who bears in the hall where she plays not have to be quiet. She loves to turn her audience because of her energetic songs to the ears. She has a penchant for folk, but in her own numbers should mostly sit much energy. The occurrence has another important function for the Groningse. In addition to a music career, she works parttime as a psychologist.

For more information:

http://www.ingevancalkar.nl/

Facebook: inge.vancalkar
Twitter: @ingevancalkar


Rum & Skunk – Vakman (from Groningen)

The three rappers Transparent (Jurriaan) Rengtebeng (Ewout) and Bahz (Douwe) meet in the spring of 2012 and decide to make some music in the studio of Douwe. It starts very casual, but it soon becomes apparent that they feel each other perfectly in terms of style.

For more information:

http://rumenskunk.nl/

Facebook: rumenskunk
Twitter: @rumenskunk


About this program:

Famous artists and upcoming talent, music is for everyone.

Music can be seen in clips from local, regional or national artists, recordings of music programs where we were ourselves or productions are made in-house. Music for young and old, something for everyone.