Monday, 1 May: Beres Hammond – 100% Of Love
Today, Klazien and I celebrate being married 19 years. My parents in law celebrate being married 60 years. Quite an achievement, don’t you think? It all comes down to love.
Tuesday, 2 May: Martino Vergnaghi – Eindhoven
Today, and next Tuesday as well, I train aspiring project managers in PRINCE2 Foundation. This time the training facilities are not in Utrecht, but Eindhoven. That means getting up at 4:45AM today and getting home by 7:30PM. Today’s soundscape is brought to you by Martino Vergnaghi.
Wednesday, 3 May: Feist & Jarvis Cocker – Century
Thursday, 4 May: ATB & Mister Blonde – A Place Like You
Today, my new role as road manager takes me down to Brussels, Belgium. A place like you…
Friday, 5 May: Kensington – Do I Ever
It’s Liberation Day in the Netherlands. Our nation is so fortunate to live in peace since 1945. Freedom is to be passed on. The yearly festival in Zwolle has Kensington as closing act on main stage. Do I Ever is the opening track from their 2016 album Control.
Saturday, 6 May: Pet Shop Boys – Left to My Own Devices – Super Version
Out to walk a 40kms track in Veendam, left to my own devices, because there are so few other participants.
Sunday, 7 May: Little Hurricane – Natural Blues
The American Little Hurricane was one of the surprising acts at the Bevrijdingsfestival on Friday. The gospel Natural Blues was covered by the duo on their 2013 Stay Classy album.
Monday, 8 May: Vaylon – Lost in My World
Busy business men, possibly lost in their world. Speak to them, help them find a place in this world.
Tuesday, 9 May: Aspen Gems – Ecstacy
The Dutch post-punk & new wave band Aspen Gems played at the Bevrijdingsfestival on Friday as well. Songs like Ecstacy put you on a trip down memory lane.
Wednesday, 10 May: Color Theory – Shake the Disease
Amidst fans helping Brian Hazard out to support him earning a proper living through the Patreon program, the artist himself a.k.a. Color Theory, published the Depeche Mode cover Shake the Disease as pay-what-you-want track on Bandcamp.
In case you forgot the original: