Emily Capell is a singer-songwriter based in North London who mixes indiepop and blues. Playing both solo and with her band, The Three Petes Sweet, she regularly performs in the UK. She is mid way through her residency at Proud Gallery, Camden Town, London to great success. She also has headlined festivals Standon Calling and… … Keep Reading
The Waterhole live music bar Amsterdam (The Netherlands) is a popular live music venue in the vibrant heart of Amsterdam and plays host to The Waterfall Festival featuring Bands and Singer Songwriters from Netherlands, Germany and United Kingdom.
Very much on the music map and popular as a cover music venue, but now (since new ownership) extending their live music repertoire by featuring original music with indie, rock, soul and other genres of popular music.
Two days full of music, with line-ups from the United Kingdom, Germany, Switzerland and The Netherlands.
Come and discover bands and singer-songwriters at the Waterfall Festival!
EDITSELECT – Headliner
Emily Capell – Headliner
The Greasy Slicks – Headliner
The ReVue Boney M show – Headliner
The first edition of the Waterfall Festival is an exclusive music festival in the heart of Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
The Festival is featuring Artists/Bands from the UK, Germany, Switzerland and The Netherlands.
Book your Waterfall Festival 2015 Tickets now to avoid dissapointment
Please reserve your tickets here or visit your ticket provider.
Three years separate 77 Bombay Street“s second and third albums. But it was worth the wait: on Seven Mountains, the band serves up new stories coupled with new sounds. Above all, the single of the same name is unusually epic in style. ”The title is a reference to our ups and downs. As a band, we have really been shaken about over the past few years: we had to find ourselves anew,“ says Matt Buchli.
Saturday 17 October 2015
14:00 – 14:45
While searching for themselves, 77 Bombay Street has really developed in leaps and bounds. The vocals on the new album have a noticeable confidence, varying between tender (”December“), rock (”Waterproof“), and easy going (”Optimistic People“).
In terms of their style too, they have explored new genres, adding funk (”Amazing Day“) and classic (”Seven Mountains“) to their more usual pop folk style. For the first time ever, they have
supplemented their acoustic sound with stringed and wind instruments. Despite being in their seventh year, there isn“t a hint of a seven-year itch here; this is all about a brave new Bombay sound.