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Jefferson Airplane meets Iron Butterfly.
Saturday, 05.05.2012, 21:21
oh what a night...
DeWolff (NL)
Nothing fake here, folks. It all reeks of blood, sweat and tears. And smells of down-low dirt as well as highminded wisdom - nothing for the lame and even less for morons.
Actually, the venerable Led Zeppelin and The Doors could be their more than
graying grandpas. Defying that legacy, DeWolff's psychedelic rock takes off
fresh and full of life - Jefferson Airplane meets Iron Butterfly. Their sound's
rooted in the late 60's to early 70's. If you're of a certain age and you remember
those years, you clearly haven't really been there - so here, you're getting
another chance... And if you're more into the now, they will rock you into eternity. Something like the Black Keys or Graveyard, to name a couple of luminairies of the same ilk. A snappy live band they are and their albums only support that point: "Strange Fruits and Undiscovered Planets" and especially their master-piece "Orchards/Lupine"(2011), created an impressive furor. And placing them smack on spot 11 on the local charts.

Nothing fake here, folks. It all reeks of blood, sweat and tears. And smells of down-low dirt as well as highminded wisdom - nothing for the lame and even less for morons. The trio consists of Pablo (guit, voc), Luka van de Poel (dr), plus Robin Piso (b, voc) and they'll fire you up with their rock fresh from the heart and then calm you down with dreamy, indulgent mellotronic hymns. Spiritual and direct, and that way perfectly fitted for our world renowned love island and stage, they'll conquer plenty of hearts this Cinqo de Mayo - yours included. Godverdomme, you bet.
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