NEW NAMES FOR DOWN THE RABBIT HOLE – RABBITS IN THE LOWLANDS
The sun is shining, August is getting closer, festival cries all over: time for new DTRH21 names!
Eefje de Visser: Acclaimed synthpop with hoarse, longing vocals and Dutch texts that don’t just reveal their secrets. Pure beauty between sleeping and watching.
Hot Chip: The London electropoppers return with the strong album number seven. Euphoria everywhere, because watching Joe Goddard & consorts live is always feasting blown.
Today’s Youth: Eternally young talk and picture makers link immature mellowness to electrohop beats washed out of the clumps. For you, walk towards moshpit.
MEUTE: An eleven-piece techno fanfare from Hamburg, who blows you out of your slippers with the best of both worlds: the Berlin Berghain and a Bavarian Biergarten.
Selah Sue: It’s time for a live party: the supersympathetic Flemish soulpop singer is back!
Supergrass: These four britpopmatties still bounce like they did in their heyday. No wonder, because during this all-killer greatest hits show they only play their very best bangers.
Altın Gün: Anatolian psychrock à la the 67s and 70s with vintage organs, wahwah guitars and saz solos that float on modern production and electronics. Danceable and festival ready.
Black Midi: Nerve-wracking math rock from London, rooted in jazzfusion, prog rock, avant-garde and improvisation. Unplayable? Nope: highly exciting and technically sublime.
James BKS: Without borders, judgments and pinching boxes, this Frenchman transcends his unmistakable roots in France and Cameroon with sunny hip-hop, pop and African ecstasy.
KOKOROKO: This London afrobeat collective gets all the feet off the floor with pointed saxophone solos, tireless rhythm guitars and a bass darting like a funky puppy.
The Lounge Society: Jige postpunk and punk funk of a very young English with angular rhythms, slightly hysterical sing-off vocals and nervously hiccuping guitar runs. Tinariwen: This Algerian Tuareg band brings incantatory desert blues to Biddinghuizen, full of endlessly repetitive, meandering guitar patterns and meandering polyphonic vocal lines. Villagers: Conor O’Brien’s kaleidoscopic indiefolk has been walking into your dreams on crushing stocking feet since 2010. And this time, bring a brand new record.
Pregnant Guy: This unrivalled king within the must-see live hiphop of the Low Countries pulls his mercilessly raw banlieue-bangers flaming across the wet Brussels asphalt.
Down the Rabbit Hole as Rabbits in the Lowlands Single festival tickets for Down The Rabbit Hole – Rabbits in the Lowlands are sold out.
Rabbit Resort Deluxe packagesare still available. This allows you to order a luxury accommodation at the Rabbit Resort Deluxe in one go including the corresponding number of festival tickets. A parking ticket at the Rabbit Resort car park is included, so you park near your accommodation. Parking tickets, Camper camping tickets, Group camping pitches and a limited number of individual accommodations at the Rabbit Resortare also available.