It's been a long time but here we are again. Fully loaded.
And for the first time ever, we will dedicate an edition to something very special that happened exactly 50 years ago. 1967
1967 was the year of San Francisco, LSD, hippie culture, free love, alternative ways of living, war protest (and STD's). It was also the year when Jim Morrison got arrested for rioting against the police and Che Guevara unfortunately died. But above all it was a year for music: The Beatles, The Doors, Pink Floyd, The Rolling Stones, The Velvet Underground, Beach Boys, The Kinks, Scott McKenzie, Small Faces and The Monkees all released some of their best albums. This music has been the inspiration behind some of the finest bands that followed during the next 50 years; from Oasis over Kings of Leon to Arctic Monkeys and Alt J.
We will celebrate this anniversary by selecting the best tunes of that extraordinary year - in a mix with the best that rock 'n roll music has been produced since (of course).
And although we absolutely hate dress codes, a little dress up never harmed anyone. So dress like it's 1967.
Tokota is a Belgian/Ghentian pop rock band that crafts fine melodies in real 90’s tradition: play it loud, but keep
it beautiful and tender. Biting guitars with lovely kisses and licks are part of the sound.
A few years went by since Tokota reached the finals of Humo’s Rock Rally 2006 and released the first Tokota EP, featuring six-tracks including the single All So Clear. By the end of 2017, Tokota is set to release its first full-length album.
Louie Louie are a sixties coverband, bringing back the oldies and goodies from the golden years of psychedelic pop music. They poor the gin in your orange juice, put the mushrooms in your sauce and the space in your cake. They play loud, raw, euphoric and with a passion.
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