Naaz is the singing poet and poetic singer you need.
Naaz is the singing poet and poetic singer you need.
Catch a glimpse of the artist’s ‘Russian Roulette’.
Get your fearful thoughts featured online!
The Dutch producer (and festival favourite) discusses his debut mixtape.
“I don’t want to be limited to commerciality or concepts of what’s weird and what’s beautiful.”
D-Luzion and ReaZun on hip-hop, street culture and their sound’s message.
“I guess I just take everything as it comes.”
“When you find a new thing inside yourself or your music, it lets you grow.”
“The focus is my Zen. Those two or three hours I’m playing, that’s my special routine and transcendence.”
Peek into the creative buzz that spurred Berlin’s East side.
MADE.COM celebrates Amsterdam’s nightlife talents.
The love witch of electronic music talks inspiration, safe spaces and emojis.
Mixing the unexpected, this emerging DJ will have you sweat till sunrise.
Your to-do and to-dance list starts here.
The faces of our warehouse party, as seen by Dustin Thierry.
The design platform celebrates Amsterdam’s young nightlife icons.
Gabber Eleganza brings ’90s hardcore euphoria back to the front.
This is what happened at our warehouse night.
Tearing down the stage in style.
This Amsterdam queer techno night is revolutionizing dance floors one beat at a time.
Hooked on the band’s new record, we talked love, energy and album narratives.
All the right reasons to rave.
September’s soundtrack knocks off any moody vibes.
Our careful selection of five must-sees in Berlin.
Bringing our favourite DJs in the world to Amsterdam.
See our highlights of unruly covers, glamorous columns and drunk moments.
Memories of Berlin.
So much d-a-n-c-i-n-g.
“If we keep on hiding, we shall hide until we are buried.”
Meet the British producer who finished his new record and Architecture MA at the very same time.
The futuristic-pop darling talks us through her background, interest in ambivalence and juggling live performances with studio work.
Keep your body moving.
Tracks that won’t let the sun set 🌞
Curated by the great Tijana T.
“I’m serving you raw and sincere energy with a side of horny goth…”
Five otherworldy acts you need to see.
The rapper and queen of self-love on staying true to yourself.
And how you can win 2 festival passes.
The most empowering anthems to soundtrack any occasion.
This environmental activist, musician and public speaker is giving nature a voice.
Another radical round of music and beauty at Strange Sounds From Beyond.
Get a first look at the duo’s quirky music video.
The rising singer talks all things music and pleasure.
A guide to this year’s festival favourites.
37 tracks you need to hear right now 🚨
“I like the ambiguity of people not knowing what’s real and what’s fake.”
“Different lifestyle choices have been made.”
“One foot in pain, the other in pleasure.”
In case you missed (or want to relive) the festival.
Know V.A. on melancholy, Drake and end-of-the-world music.
This brilliant producer is taking Bach to the (underground) dance floor.
40 tracks you need to hear!
These Amsterdam parties are actually worth your time.
The singer-songwriter talks heartbreak, home and feeling alive.
“You need to remember, this is why I got famous.”
Five festival highlights rewiring (electronic) music to its future.
50 tracks you need to hear 💃🏿
Hinds on their new album, Natasha Bedingfield and shopping at gas stations.
Ahead of her Rewire performance, the producer talks silence, gear, Discwoman and Technofeminism.
Get to know techno talent (and Herrensauna resident) CEM.
“It’s not just the Madonna or the whore.”
“Banish the negative and come together as one.”
Hope you didn’t miss this…
Making house music herstory.
31 tracks to bring in the spring!
Nina Kraviz, Elysia Crampton and Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith among those performing.
A love story from the streets of New York City.
Hint hint: our cover girl is headlining!
This nightlife collective is advancing LGBT+ inclusivity among refugees and minority communities.
“There’s a love in me to kill good things.”
New York City nightlife at its most beautiful.
And not regretting a fucking thing.
“There’s a place for everyone—let me remind you.”
Two rising Dutch talents put their heads (and ears) together.
Glamcult’s contributors share their thoughts.
“A feminist killjoy exploring the possibilities of radical vulnerability…”
“A woman’s place is every place.”
What happens when Patta, Deviation and Converse team up?
We celebrated the new Glamcult with a panel talk and dinner at Sonos Home Amsterdam.
The sound of Robbie Baauw and Jasper Rens van Es.
Meet us at Sonos Home Amsterdam.
“We do the best things when we don’t think.”
“More people should listen to silence.”
Get in the mood with Anya Dorari.
From the Sahara to Paradiso Amsterdam.
Philou Louzolo empowers minorities (and himself) through music.
And it sounds this beautiful.
“It takes longer than a year to get rid of the British influence.”
“Creating harmonies has become second nature to us.”
Five events to shake up your week.
“Decadent, emotional, romantic and nostalgic.”
Max Colombie talks fear and peace of mind.
Meet the creative mind behind De School Amsterdam.
“I decided to show myself in my own narrative.”
“You have to be a bit of an emotional wreck to be a songwriter…”
London meets Lagos meets Marrakesh.
“I’m trying to make sense of the chaos of our times.”
Get to know Simon Kaiser.
Betsy is Wales’ next superstar.
Berlin, are you ready?
London’s underground takes on Amsterdam tomorrow.
The ins and outs of a jealousy-inducing job.
We snuck behind the festival scenes with Diesel.
Subbacultcha and 019 present a dream line-up.
You’re invited to the gritty side of Rotterdam.
Five festival highlights.
Berlin’s largest queer music festival is back.
“I just want people who are open-minded to be wearing it.”
An introduction to HBT, fka Heartbeat.
The Dutch designer throws a party-meets-presentation soundtracked by Dollkraut.
Ralph Roelse was on the scene to capture hip-hop’s finest.
Lyzza turns the dance floor into a safe space.
Streetwear for a shutdown.
Michelle Helena Janssen captures this year’s kindred spirits.
Promise it will get you dancing?
Listing the best of Amsterdam’s iconic music venue.
Zalando reveals its festival teaser with Vivienne Westwood, Abra and Adwoa Aboah.
We heard the band’s androgynous voice IRL.
Don’t miss these festival favourites.
Meet Amsterdam’s rising rap prodigy.
Sevdaliza reveals the vulnerable power of her shape-shifting soul.
How to end your week on a high note [❌❌❌ ]
Killer sets and eco vibes au menu du jour.
56 songs you need in your life right now.
Four festival acts that came and conquered.
Here’s what you can expect (no spoilers included).
The iconic DJ reveals his mix album and talks politics.
Listen to the 90s-inspired single here.
Amsterdam’s showcase for alternative pop is back.
Exploring (inter)national online radio culture in Amsterdam.
We caught up with the Japanese techno talent.
Photographer Dennis Branko was on site at the band’s audiovisual event with Sonos.
The Dutch synthpop artist releases a sparkly new video.
The legendary shoegaze band is back.
Glimpses of last weekend’s experience at De School Amsterdam.
An openhearted conversation with the art-pop provocateur.
‘Raving Iran’ proves the power of music.
You’re invited to the band’s Amsterdam home.
Revel in brainy beats at Progress Bar Amsterdam.
And it’s brought to (real) life by Sonos.
The band opens a ‘Spirit House’ in collaboration with Sonos.
An exclusive taste of the band’s first album.
Kelly Lee Owens uses music to reflect the times.
In conversation with synthpop royalty.
“A domestic landscape of front yards, birthday parties and Chinese restaurants.”
Seized moments emanating the Amsterdam club night.
Expect the unexpected as Rotterdam turns into a stage for rising talent.
Daydream of world peace with rising producer Baba Stiltz.
Celebrate the in-between and get your limited-edition tee.
“Ya man’s wet dream” performs at Progress Bar this weekend.
We met the—forever cool—Alison.
Meet the rising talent who will text with you too.
Opera Forward Festival welcomes the future to the stage.
“In life we are always naked.”
“People try and make sense of it…”
A new (sonic) season starts here.
The singer/songwriter reveals all behind the making of his debut album.
Rising talent Naomi Pilgrim speaks up.
Face the future of art, music and science.
A$AP Rocky and Zalando collaborate on a music-meets-fashion film.
“Listen to the album in its entirety, the way God intended it to be consumed…”
This Amsterdam party will take you on an audiovisual journey.
Cherry Glazerr divulge the dangers of Trump.
Another radical round of Progress Bar!
Watch FKA twigs’ daring campaign for Nike here.
Get to know rising singer-songwriter Julie Byrne.
Dennis Branko is out to capture Amsterdam’s realness.
LP reveals the secrets behind her booming success.
The “femme fatale” discusses the end of Soldier’s Heart and exploring new horizons.
deadHYPE presents the first volume of music documentary ROADWAVE.
It’s time to grab your official merchandise.
In case you haven’t watched the heartwarming documentary yet.
A limited-edition sound and zine experience.
Indulge in colour on the artist’s new visual album.
Test the boundaries of clubbing with the Sandberg Instituut.
Melkweg Expo and Subbacultcha honour rising talent.
Inspired by the youth of Marfa, Texas.
Rewire announces seventh round with Arca, Jesse Kanda and SUMS.
Glamcult and Raumfeld meet the artist in the urban jungle.
Synthpop seductors Alpines talk about what is and what is to come.
Wave goodbye to a gloomy November with this pick-me-up soundtrack.
Get to know The Policy ahead of their show at Aus Berlin.
S02E02 of Progress Bar is on tonight.
A hypnotic mix of Dutch ballet and electronic dance music.
Be sure to watch the final episode here.
The Lemon Twigs are inspired by Kanye but sound nothing like him.
To energy, emotion and Cameron’s Britain.
Get dazzled at Raumfeld’s Amsterdam store this Saturday.
Cherish the immersive sounds of AN NI at the second chapter of UDOU.
The iconic artist talks Trump, art and activism.
The iconic DJ is welcomed at UDOU II next Friday.
Discover fresh Amsterdam (music) talent with Glamcult and Converse.
A hand-picked selection that keeps you feeling comfy.
An introduction to rising artist Tsar B.
Meet the Vienna-raised producer making a wave in electronic music.
De School and the Stedelijk Museum present Tijdgenoten #1.
Acid Arab breaches the geographical and genre boundaries of music.
Capturing the “rawness and realness of the music experience”.
Techno meets art history at the former house of Rembrandt.
Delve into the experimental world of sound artist SØS Gunver Ryberg.
An introduction to rising young composer IOKOI.
The rapper is performing at Bread&Butter this Friday.
Glamcult premieres a kaleidoscopic remix by Waterlelyck.
Between euphoria and melancholia.
We figured you might need some help.
Step into the bedazzled world of Gnučči and listen to her brand new Shiftee remix.
Your summer sounds by the likes of BANKS, Young Thug and Petite Meller.
We got steamy with Christeene, Amanda Lepore and a host of hot dancers.
The powerhouse producer talks about her queendom.
Amsterdam’s most eclectic festival on film.
Your summer soundtrack by Amsterdam’s freshest.
Get to know her here.
The party starter swings back with Lois Cohen and Bonne Reijn.
How a rapper and performance artist were born on Instagram…
Berlin’s most cryptic band on soy sausage and Satan.
Sad summer nights and drunk-in-love days.
The praised band turning difference into indie pop.
The memorable moments and humans of Strange Sounds From Beyond.
The “future blues” that will change your perspective.
Strange Sounds From Beyond offers all things experimental.
The singer and producer releases debut album PAGAN.
The young Catalonian band brings out Ha, Ha, He.
A short introduction to the infectious singer-songwriter.
“No recording is ever good because it’s perfect.”
“We’ve never wanted to claim being a crew of girls…”
How a hit career was born with a CD on a box of Fruit Loops.
A lot of new music and a lot of green.
In conversation with pop’s inescapable new star.
Revel in (queer) teen awkwardness with Evvol.
Parisian nights meet American drag.
Facing the future with our favourite superstar.
Amsterdam’s hottest drummer shot by Lobke Leijser and Sofija Rybakovaite.
What happens when 50% of Teengirl Fantasy goes solo.
Much more than awkward dancing.
Native Self 004 offers an alternative to repetitive club culture.
When life gives you Lemonade, Glamcult gives you…
Niki & The Dove once again mesmerize the human psych.
Your first look at Me And My Drummer’s bloody new video.
Discovering new talent at Utrecht’s bright new mini festival.
A conversation with Liima, the band with a human drum machine.
What it means to be “rock and roll soldiers”.
A musical homage to the sex workers of Cape Town.
Dizzying hip-hop, shimmery pop and hybrid electronics.
The rising synth-soul producer will leave you hypnotized.
No internet, no presale, no pictures.
These girls will alleviate your modern ailments.
The world’s favourite supermodel shines into the darkness.
A plea for love, diligence and not giving a fuck.
A podcast you’ll actually want to hear.
“I want to be in the same competition as the boys.”
“This shit is far out, far left corner—stuff that nobody wants to fucking touch…”
Spiritual healing at De School.
“I want to maximize my usefulness and advocate for the preservation of biodiversity…”
One (im)perfectly sticky drama.
Victim Victim premieres her new video!
Our favourite GIFs after Work.
Dim the lights, baby.
Twitter-sized insights into the artist’s magnetic mindfulness.
The singer, songwriter and producer sits down with Glamcult.
As well as an expression of the soul.
“My generation is a bit apathetic sometimes, and that scares me.”
Hint: her only rider request is a glass of water.
The facets of being and feeling safe.
Bringing back the power of song.
An introduction to Amsterdam’s most promising young star.
And you need to hear them.
Raury is as much about idealism as he is about music.
His sound is both whimsical and heartfelt.
Meet the underground dance supergroup.
Life is an island rave.
The rising artist is everything you want her to be.
Why 18+ is very 18+
In conversation with FKA twigs.