The ltm 2016 lineup
Late Night Bar
The first show starts Friday at 17h00 and Sleepers Reign is the closing act, starting Sunday at 14h00.
The Magical Stage
to put the spell on you
Carefully selected acts show everything they have.....
The Forest Stage
music in the woods
Under a roof of leaves you can enjoy beautiful artists.
The Late Night Bar
for the cooling down
A final drink with the last artist or DJ.
What do you want more from life?
And to avoid you miss the delicious breakfast, LTM stops at 3h:00
Time Table LTM 2016
Pierce Brothers have taken their music from busking on the streets of Melbourne to the world. Their irresistible energy and world-class live show has generated a word of mouth buzz not seen for sometime. The acclaimed live act has been shaking dance floors and selling out rooms across UK, Europe, Canada, USA & their native Australia.
With their Lyrics being compared to Dylan, Riffs to Rage Against The Machine, Vocals to Howling Wolf and Beats to Bonham it's easy to see why The Graveltones have stirred up so much noise of late. An easily identifiable original sound.
Town of Saints
The Dutch/Finnish Town of Saints started as a busking act in 2010, when Harmen Ridderbos (lead vocal/guitar) and Heta Salkolahti (violin/vocals) met each other in the mountains of Austria. The following five years the duo toured extensively throughout Europe. Meanwhile transforming from an upbeat indie-folk act to a five-headed groove-machine.
You Raskal You
A mix of old soul and funk. Sloppy backing vocals and a horn section, that's You Rascal You.
The perfect summer sound.
Magical Stage: Friday 20h00
The band’s lead singer, Gregory Frateur, cuts an enigmatic figure. His chameleonic voice seems to span a full three octaves and is highly, sometimes uncomfortably, charged with emotion. But for all the self-flaying vulnerability of his performance, he maintains an aura of aloofness, with eyes closed except for brief moments of direct communication with his band members.
Magical Stage: Saturday 19h30
No doubt about it, Indian Askin is one of the promises of 2016. This young band from Amsterdam mixes a retro 70s sound with contemporary pop. And when life is fair, the Single “Answers” has to be a radio hit.
From the first moments of Trevor Sensor's debut EP for Jagjaguwar, Texas Girls and Jesus Christ, the Illinois-born 22-year-old singer/songwriter's distinctive burr of a voice sounds aged decades beyond his years. The rest of the young talent's music follows suit, too, with timeless-sounding melodies and a sense of songwriting that exudes maturity while still feeling fresh.
Aidan Knight is a songwriter and performer from Victoria Canada. Aidan’s been making music since his teens and has been putting out music since 2010. Aidan’s laid back west coast approach perfectly suits in the valley.
Storksky is a brand new musical project that plays loud alternative rock music along the lines of QOTSA, Them Crooked Vultures and Jack White.
“Everything starts with a guitar and a loop pedal.”
Fresh from playing the iconic Falls Festival, a year of touring the world and developing his craft, Sydney based singer/songwriter Hein Cooper enters 2016 with bold intent in the leadup to the release of his much anticipated debut album, The Art of Escape.
Jick Munro & the Amazing Laserbeams
Handclappin’, feetstompin’, houserockin’ and bootyshakin’ music!
Displaying a unique cross-over style containing elements of bluegrass, country, folk, blues and Americana, this 7-piece band from the south of the Netherlands is most known for their sheer joy on stage as well as their vocal harmonies.
Barefoot & the Shoes
Barefoot And The Shoes is a promising Indie-folk band from Belgium. Their songs range from a stew of alchemical tales and tunes to a hodgepodge of burning sand, licorice root, rag pop, a golden ducat, a shark’s tail and two twigs of rosemary.
Spacepopping psychrock outfit
from the Netherlands
Part man part wheel, Delaney Davidson is part wandering minstrel, part travelling salesman. One hand holds a small brown suitcase; his trade, his ghost orchestra, the other holds his guitar. One foot firmly in the Blues Trash corner of the ring, the other on the road
I Have A Tribe
After recording his debut EP with Rob Ellis (PJ Harvey/Anna Calvi) and Conor O’Brien of Villagers, Patrick O’Laoghaire aka I Have A Tribe, was then hand-picked to tour Europe with Anna Calvi, opened for Villagers’ Irish homecoming show and performed at Electric Picnic and CMJ in New York. I Have A Tribe’s blend of plaintive pop and folk-tinged melancholia has never been more evident
Forest Stage: Saturday 22h30
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JACLE BOW is a band from Bruxelles and sounds like the rebirth of The Faces, with the groove of Keith and the cool of Reed. Rock and Roll is back!
Pocket Knife Army
Pocket Knife Army is the project of Desirée Coumans (vocals, looper, acoustic guitar) and Erwin Tuijl (synths and programming, electric guitar).
They've created a style of their own by combining expressive vocals with electronics, keeping clear focus on the live experience. Each song is a world on it’s own, with sometimes extreme shifts in dynamics
King Into Delight is the album debut for Sleepers’ Reign, from Herentals, Belgium. It was a bass riff that grew into the track of the same name, back in 2010. It turned out to be a genuine pop song, born out of experimentalism, which at this moment still truly represents the band’s musical identity.
Known as the female Pokey Lafarge the band will play a mix of Retro-swing & Americana.
Little Kim & the Alley Apple 3 is a band to cherish, for sultry summer nights and gloomy winter evenings in dirty old bars.
Raw, rootsy, and free, but with an elegant edge: this is Darlyn in a nutshell. After the release of the singles I Still Recall and Higher, the six-member band released its debut EP Fallow Land. In a sold out Paradiso performance, loyal and new audiences listened to an evening program from these multi-talented artists who know how to touch the hearts of their listeners directly with their honest sound.
After winning Belgian rock rally De Beloften in 2012 and signing to Waste My Records shortly afterwards, things went fast for Protection Patrol Pinkerton. First single Future = Our Home became a smash hit on Belgian national radio and announced a warmly welcomed titleless debut album and a jam packed summer tour. Two years later, the indie pop quintet returns with Good Music Beautiful People, a heartfelt pop masterpiece which combines the summer vibes of Vampire Weekend with the gloomy grandeur of Perfume Genius.