Wednesday, October 22, 2014 21:00


Space rock uit Den Haag! Heerlijke freakerij, een hele boeing vol d’r van! ZZZzzzzzzzoeffffffff, platspuiten die hap. gratiss onderdeel van de Haagse Popweek


Saturday, October 25, 2014


========================================= DJ LINE UP +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ ૐ ACIRIP ૐ - PT - +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ ૐ UTU vs KALANARMADA ૐ - MP (USA) / NL - /night-rituals-dj-kalanarmada/ +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ ૐ Be Rl ૐ - EST - ========================================= ओं मणिपद्मे हूं = Deco By = ૐ Kosmic Fusion Productions ૐ more t.b.a. From 21:00 till 2:00 En'Trance -4 -komics 5 MINUTES WALKING FROM DEN HAAG CENTRAL STATION

René Binamé @ de Vinger

Thursday, October 30, 2014 21:00


René Binamé is a Belgian group that started in 1988. They play anarcho-punk ditties with incisive lyrics, tinted with electro tones and a free-punk tendency. René Binamé let their songs of protest transform themselves, according to the ambience and mood, into poetic noise excursions, collective trances, hypnotic lullabies or sweetly incendiary sing-songs and DJ's TBA entree 3.50 start 21.00

Iconoclast & Katie Kruel and Dj's

Friday, October 31, 2014 21:00


ICONOCLAST Lurking for many years amidst the many different shades of obscurity in The Hague's illustre cult underground music scene, the members of ICONOCLAST may be old-time punk veterans since 1976, but they surely are no 'geriatric reunion experience' as these guys just never stopped playing wild energetic music after quitting their first (and notorious!) classy punk rock cult band 'The Mollesters'. Many heavy bands, many heavy live performances and many heavy record releases followed in the '80's, '90's and '00's, like with 'Prairewhore', 'Urban Heroes', 'Sound of Stuka', 'The Gang', 'Sonic Litter', 'Johnny Cohen And The New Age Nazis', 'Psychedelektrik Freak Club' and 'Total Loss' to name but a few, and they have seen and done it all within a whole wide spectrum of hard rock, post-punk, new wave, garage rock, hardcore punk, freakbeat, psychedelic blues, acid rock, (dub) reggae, surf and straight downstroke rock'n'roll, you name it! The 2012 reunion of 'The Mollesters', for which its surviving members Pierre de Luxe, Domenico Gagliardi and Hans Wesseling, assisted by young master Tristan to play the bass, were brought together to play a few old hit songs ('Plastic' and 'Dog Song') at the release party in Amsterdam of Leonor Jonker's book 'No Future Nu' on the early history of Dutch punk and as an immediate follow-up, their contribution to a Dutch-'70's-punk compilation-album release 'Punks Not Deaf', had suddenly generated quite some new interest in having more of where it all came from, leading to quite a few more Mollesters' shows all over Holland. But as Hans Wesseling got replaced on the drums by, eventually, Hans van Mourik, another 'old-time survivor' of the band, they soon realised that they all had outgrown repeating their old punk repertoire over and over again and that a new Phoenix should rise out of its ashes, with a completely new range of songs, combining their original raw punk rock'n'roll energy of the '70's with all their collective life-long music experience, broadening their horizon and refreshing their inspiration to become ICONOCLAST, to break with any standardized and formatized 'golden rule' for 'being punk', just like 'The Mollesters' once were all about, back in the days of 'non-conformity'. So from anything rocking like the sharp and tough 'Chuck Berry'-style of 'true R&B' and the wild and heavy 'Iggy And The Stooges'-like garage punk influences to the more dramatic and psychedelic 'Velvet Underground'-style stuff and even reminiscent (and swinging hard!) of 'The Slits' and 'Basement 5' sound, ICONOCLAST can handle it all with greatest ease and mix it all with a most natural grace. For this a new album is on its way and many shows all over Europe are currently being prepared as these veteran rockers are still very much capable of blowing away many a good young boys' band, you bet! Yours sincerely, Guy Tavares Katie Kruel Katie Kruel's name refers to the folksong Katie Cruel,- best known for its heartrending rendition by Karen Dalton - in which an aging woman describes how she experiences sudden displacement. The texts of Katie Kruel songs are also populated by people with a strong inner experience, who, when faced with the daily reality, get confused, upset, violent, but also euphoric. Characterised by a slow seductive rhythm section, layered with dark vocals and tough guitar lines, Katie Kruel's music is rich in echoes from no wave and post-punk bands like Birthday Party and Melvins, mixed into a contemporary unique sound that will pull you through your forbidden fears. Katie Kruel was started in 2010 by Nathalie Houtermans (vocals) and Hans Dirksen-Smits (guitar). In 2013 a first CD was made with the former rhythm section of the Dutch cult band Spasmodique: Martin Docters van Leeuwen (bass) and Reinier Rietveld (drums) (on band photo above). Unfortunately both Reinier and Martin had to stop with the band - due to their busy schedules - a few months after the presentation of the album. Bass player Hennie Brussee and drummer Piotr Szczepaniak replace them. start 2100 entree 4 euro

Rasta Nation #53

Saturday, November 15, 2014 21:00


The 53rd episode of Rasta Nation, THE monthly reggae and dancehall bashment in The Hague. Every 3rd saturday of the month we bring you the deepest reggae vibes and the hottest dancehall tunes from way back when up 'till now. Rasta Nation is all about the love for reggae music and having good times inna di dance! Entrance: €3 Line up: ★ APACHE SOUND ★ This versatile soundsystem from The Hague has been around for years. Expect heavyweight reggae and dancehall tunes, combined with the best MC's and singers. Apache Sound has been organizing the successful monthly Rasta Nation parties for over three years now. ★ KEYTOWN SOUND ★ Keytown Sound is a reggae / dancehall soundsystem from Leiden, formed in the end of 2003. They play reggae and dancehall music from old till new and everything in between, but always with a positive vibe. Keytown Sound is the resident sound of the succesfull Glue Factory parties in Leiden, and will make you dance everytime. ★ CRUCIAL WARRIOR SOUND ★ Heavy basslines, deep dubs, and above all roots & culture! Word, sound and power are the fundaments of the trance created by Crucial Warrior Sound. Surrounded by singers and MC's, this warrior lifts the party vibes to a higher level. Crucial Warrior Sound brings 30 years of experience within the reggae and dancehall scene onto the stage! VENUE De Vinger Bagijnestraat 25 2511 CK Den Haag 15 minute walk from Den Haag HS train station (night train) 10 minute walk from Den Haag Central train station (day train)


Friday, November 28, 2014 21:00


KERNEL PANIC 21 ------------------------------ • The Heisenberg Compensators • Amir Bolzman (IL) • Visa Kuoppala (FI) • Mouches Volantes More information will follow! Live Electronics \ Experiments \ Electro Acoustics \ IDM \Relaxing Drones \ Unsettling Soundscapes \ Pure Noise \ Minimal Glitches \ Harmonics \ Cut-up Beats \ Tech Panic \ Video \ and more... ------------------------------ Check the past Panics on:

Suburbs terug in de vinger

Saturday, December 06, 2014 21:00


Suburbs is een rockband uit Scheveningen en bestaat sinds 1995. De band speelt stevige en gevoelige rockmuziek en heeft z'n roots in de jaren 80 en 90. Sinds de zomer van 2013 is er een nieuwe bezetting, nieuwe nummers en een nieuwe clip "Playing with old toys" DJ's TBA entree 6 euros