There will be an inspiring selection of artists playing at ADE Hangover. Think funky bands that help you find your groove, or DJ’s reigniting the urge to move your hips. We present you a surprising line-up to dance the hangover away.
Eager to bridge the gap between Afro diaspora sounds and house and techno, Philou Louzolo challenges his audience to keep an open mind while listening to his music. Keeping one foot on African soil, Louzolo reaches for the stars with expanding African music as his ultimate quest.
Jan van Eerd, better known as YAN, creates electronic music with vibraphone and marimba at the heart of his productions. From sometimes quiet and cinematic sounds to danceable and sturdy beats, YAN provides an energetic show with loads of variation.
Bert barten ensures that the trees on the terrain will make music for you with his project Talking Trees; vibrations inside trees converted into music. Making the unseeable visible, making the supersonic hearable.
The Special Social Club and Radio de Koperen Hond are joining forces to create a more accessible environment for people with disabilities during ADE Hangover. Pull up your grandmother, your neighbour and the greengrocer around the corner, because this party is for everyone. As they say at the Special Social Club: if you have a body, you’re a dancer.
Show Pony is American double bassist Laura Nygren’s alter ego. Laura’s work often explores feminism and technology through the ecological phenomena. During ADE Hangover, Show Pony will present a special concert together with harpist Beate Loonstra.
Radio de Koperen Hond clasps onto concrete once again and re-ignites our fire with commotion, devotion and oodles of allure. ADE Hangover is not complete without their presence. This collective is known for their out-of-the-box turmoil, they’ve got loads more in store!
Panne Dua is made up of Joris Cohen and Deniz Kavafoglu. Find them for a groovy, funky and hypnothic set taking you on a journey inwards. They always try to move the audience in a physical way but also mentally, triggering emotions and thoughts from the past and setting new memories for the future.
No Plexus is a genre-queer electronic duo consisting of vocalist and composer Bec Plexus and producer No Compliments. Guided only by their creative intuitions, No Plexus are the ultimate misfits; appreciating many genres and communities whilst belonging to none.
Gasoline Radio and DTF Magazine team up to travel through Europe with their studio. Organizing a live connection with Kiev to broadcast Ukrainian performances in Amsterdam and inviting both young and well-known Ukrainian artists to perform, they create an accessible platform for Ukrainian artists to share their art, music, and ideas. This way, they give the voice of Ukrainian culture an audience and support volunteer initiatives that help rebuild their villages and towns.
Whether it’s funk, soul, disco or afrobeat; Bonnefooi selects the most danceable records and takes his audience on a musical journey.
After her switch from successful model to DJ and producer, Estella now struts into the clubbing scene and throws her techno, electro and breakbeats across the dancefloor.
This collaboration between two pals from the Netherlands is especially praised for their sharp build-up in tracks and sets in which dreamy, ecstatic tunes and dark bass complement each other. Approaching music as a playground and with a boundless drive to try new things, they keep revisiting their already conquered territory.
DJ Boring inhabits a space where throwback trance sits comfortably with old-school house and Belgium Techno syncs with rolling funk. Taking everyone on an energetic journey into forgotten gems and future classics, nothing is boring during his sets.
By letting her diverse taste and open-mindedness lead first, Kwarteng can fluidly slip through a mix of boisterous 80s and 90s NY house, disco interpretations, percussive passages alongside boldly broken beats and, as the lights get lower, an undeniable acid undercurrent.
Sjamsoedin and De Sluwe Vos team up to form the melodic, melancholy train that is Intercity 106. Wanting to be more than just a jam session, they’re building a professional production around their live show. The real work is just beginning!
Ajuma will take you on a trip through musical scenes from all over the world. A tad weird, but always sparking the urge to dance.
This summer Djana took on Wildeburg and now she’ll take you on a melodical trip through electronic music during ADE. Fresh to the scene and surely not leaving anytime soon.
In the far North of the Netherlands where curfews for clubs and bars are non-existent, Tjade left his first footprints at well-respected local stages like Paradigm, KopjeK and OOST and finessed and polished his style behind the decks. With a sound that can be found somewhere between trance, electro and (neo)italo, he now steadily descends to the rest of the country, ready to light up the floors.
Nothing too serious is allowed behind Mella Dee’s decks: with a strong urge to experiment and a wide spectrum of sounds and concepts, there are no limits playing part in his music-making process.
Uptempo house and techno with influences from 90’s rave culture are flawlessly blended together during Bastienne’s sets. This versatile and Amersfoort-based DJ has proven to be one to watch.
With a love for all genres and rhythms and no discrimination between electronic and analog sounds, Suze Ijó constantly radiates good vibes and grooves from behind the decks. First warm tunes soften your hungover soul, then Curacao, Chicago and the 80’s sounds make you dance hard.
With Paquito on the decks the stage will be filled with a mix of hip hop, funk, r&b, UK funk and instrumental beats together with own edits. As a DJ and producer he just perfectly knows what the audience wants and when they want it.
Dee Diggs’ lyrical storied tracks, sensual club edits, soulful realness, sneaky grooves, passionate thumpers and nostalgic endings build a bridge between dance music’s present and past. As a life-long student of the principles of house music, she lights up dancefloors all over the world.
Using his musical machinery, including synthesizers and tape echoes, NABER creates a unique blend of nostalgia, hard grooves and compelling melodies. This producer and multi-instrumentalist takes you on a road trip from retro paradise to nightclub in top gear.
Elusive, cannot be pigeonholed and knows how to mix all kinds of genres and sounds together. With her eclectic style, she creates her own distinct sound consisting of groovy, heavy bass and a pinch of upbeat pop.
With over 10 years of experience behind the decks, Jennifer Loveless is palpable force in the industry. Her experimental, fluid and emotion-charged shows set foot all over the world and never cease to turn heads.
Get ready for house, ambient, boogie and disco vibes. This man can truly do it all.
Jade Soul grew up with soul, funk & disco. Later her love for hip hop grew and she added this to the mix. This mix is the core of her unique sound.
Born in Maastricht, raised in Amsterdam, Jarreau grew up in a musical family surrounded by cassettetapes full of jazz, soul & funk. He brings his own unique sound to the warf and we are totally ready for it.
With her ravenous thirst for artistic expression, Cincity took a deep dive into all continents and created her own deep and worldly sound. A vast devotion for house music merged together with her African roots form the eclectic tunes that will take down your hangover.