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Dutch artists showcase in Paris @ Supersonic

This coming Wednesday, we’re organizing our showcase at Supersonic in Paris as part of our France Trade Mission 2024.

Showcase @ Supersonic

Come say hi and enjoy music from three great Dutch artists:

  • The Vices

  • Jungle By Night

  • Elephant

Practical information:

Venue: Supersonic

Address: Rue Biscornet, 75012 Paris

Doors: 19:00

Price: for free!

  Learn more about the artists that are performing:




The Vices bring a contrasting mix of britpop and surf rock. Imagine Cage The Elephant and The Strokes having a love-child who happens to possess a live-energy that reminds one of the early Chili Peppers. Those are some big names, but above all The Vices always stay true to themselves. With child-like fun and relentless ambition they can easily play tight and explosive or playful and danceable. This all resulted in their club tours selling out and Nothing But Thieves taking The Vices along as their support act to the big stages of Europe. The hype wont stop and is now spreading to the USA, where the band did their first ever 26 show headline tour in 2024.

The Vices are four young men with a special friendship. They're all wildly different from one another, but that’s exactly their strength. Different backgrounds can clash, but in The Vices' case they provide a source of inspiration and motivation. Being in a band together is an adventure, especially in The Vices' case where exciting live performances and big opportunities follow each other in rapid succession. And all of this is self-enforced with the energy to work hard and the will to challenge oneself, and all based on a deep friendship where everything that happens is processed through making music.



(Indie pop)


Tramhaus is the daring postpunk sensation from the restless and ever-innovative city of Rotterdam. In the span of its relatively short existence, Tramhaus has managed to make a name far beyond the borders of their hometown. Marked by their joyous and energetic experience, the band has proven to be able to convey this message both in live and recorded settings. The music of Tramhaus feels like a soundtrack to a vivacious, mysterious, and dangerous story. There is no room to lean back as the band takes you with them in a drag race full of emotions and euphoria driven by streamlined, fiery songs mixed with fragile and abstract tones. This whole spectacle is fueled by the near-symbiotic relationship between the five band members.





Jungle by Night are seven Dutch guys who together form a live act to be reckoned with. Their seventh and latest studio album ‘Algorythm’ serves as an homage to all electronic sounds. You might call it Computer Love, if this wasn’t all analogue. This Amsterdam band consists of a lot of

synths, drums, bass, guitar and percussion enhanced by a trumpet and trombone. From more brass-heavy earlier albums to a stronger focus on the electronic groove on their latest, they bravely go where no band has gone before and now find themselves in the goldilocks zone between analogue dance music, funk, Krautrock, 70’s funk and 80’s electro.


The transfer to a more electronically driven sound might have been a small step for this merry band of highly skilled musicians, but it became a giant leap for the people on the dance floor. Their radiant and energetic live shows have become the must-see festival act that festivalgoers all over Europe include as a staple in their concert schedule. They know this won’t be a show, it’ll be a downright party. It’s like that tree in the forest. Was it really a festival if you didn’t see Jungle by Night? What constitutes this ever-present attraction is the highly danceable and addicting build up of their set, in which they take their audience by the hand and lead them into the groove. What happens when you come out on the other side? Depends. Just know you won’t be the same.


See you in Paris!


team Dutch Music Export


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