plus

more

Birth of Joy at Dutch Impact USA

Culture Collide
1226 North Alvarado Street, Los Angeles, CA 90026

0 Comments on this event

Birth of Joy is a Dutch rock band, founded in 2005 at the Utrecht-based Herman Brood Academy. After many live performances in the Netherlands, the band was signed by Dutch indie label Suburban Records following a performance at the Zwarte Cross Festival 2011.

After further shows at the Rencontres Trans Musicales in France and the Eurosonic Noorderslag festival in Groningen, supported by Rockpalast, the group became known outside the Netherlands.

The band's music is influenced by the blues and psychedelic rock scene of the late 1960s and early 1970s, but also borrowing from rock 'n' roll and boogie-woogie.

Influenced by psychedelica, blues and steaming rock&roll this trio takes you back to the old times of MC5, The Doors and even Pink Floyd! With a drumplayer that could be Keith Moon’s son, an organist that harrases his instrument to death and a singer/guitarist that seems to be the power version of Jim Morrison, this band is bound to catapult psychedelic sixties rock&roll back into our modern times.

With over 150 shows in the past 3 years, Birth of Joy proved to be a true live-machine to be reckoned with!

Birth of Joy will be performing at the Dutch Impact Party at Culture Collide and Culture Collide CMJ alongside Traumahelikopter on the 18th of October.

write a comment

Birth of Joy at Dutch Impact USA upcoming events:

in the spotlight

literature

On October 23rd, Amsterdam-based Flemish author Sarah Meuleman will publish her debut psychological triller "Find Me Gone" in the US

read more

dance

In October 2018, Introdans is coming to New York to perform "Canto Ostinato" on a choreography by Lucinda Childs

read more

fashion

The creations of Viktor&Rolf are celebrated in a new Phaidon publication: "Viktor&Rolf: Cover Cover," conceived and designed by Irma Boom

read more

old masters

From July 1st until November 25th, "Water, Wind, and Waves" will be on view at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC

read more

Subscribe