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.multibeat album release

+ special guests Ginge, Joya Mooi and more

Concert
Date
Thu 25 Apr
Open
19:30
Start
20:00
Location
For fans of
Yussef Dayes, Jungle, Athletic Progression
incl. service fee

UTRECHT COLLECTIVE CONNECTS MODERN HIP-HOP SOUND WITH COLORFUL JAZZ AND R&B INFLUENCES

.multibeat seamlessly blends beats, R&B, and jazz, connecting with their corresponding fan base. Drawing inspiration from artists such as Robert Glasper, The Free Nationals, and BADBADNOTGOOD, the Utrecht trio, consisting of Boudewijn Pleij (keys), Thijs van Zutphen (bass), and Aron Smit (drums), creates distinctive R&B-hip-hop with a touch of jazz, often collaborating with other artists. Their album ‘channel island,’ set to release in April 2024, is filled with vocal features and serves as a tribute to the Utrecht neighborhood of Kanaleneiland, where the album was produced. Featured on the album are tracks with Pete Philly, GINGE, vAn, Thierry Ganz, Kay Slice, Joya Mooi, Melle Jutte, Leonard Luka, and Tennishu (Butcher Brown).

For their EKKO album release show, .multibeat is bringing along a significant number of these artists, including GINGE, Thierry Ganz, Joya Mooi, Kay Slice, and Leonard Luka. In short, this is an event you don’t want to miss! Previously, .multibeat has been featured as a band for GINGE, YVES, and Manu van Kersbergen. They have already released a substantial amount of music, including their debut album ‘Toolbox’ with producer Noflik.

Support = Hatoon

Hatoon is strongly influenced by Nubian-Sudanese sounds and contemporary artists such as Nai Palm, Cleo Soul, Moonchild, and Erykah Badu. Her airy, warm vocals and melodic choices, with a hint of her East African roots, result in a refreshing, Afro-futuristic sound. She sheds light on subjects like personal growth, societal issues, spirituality, and romance from a personal perspective. Hatoon molds a new sound within the genres of jazz, neo-soul, and alternative R&B; this artist is one to keep an eye on.

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