October 14, 2020

Despite the uncertain times, Utrecht’s Le Guess Who? festival will present a Corona-proof program dedicated to Dutch artists (and to support local venues and partners as well) on November 14-15, called LGW OFF and we’re elated to announce that they have asked us to curate a stage at De Helling.

It’s no secret we’re huge fans of Le Guess Who? The festival’s an inspiration even in these times. We feel incredibly honoured, and we jumped at the chance to offer the festival – and its local and national visitors – a glimpse of the thriving Dutch underground, as it’s such a beacon of hope.

On Saturday 14 November, we will proudly present four Dutch bands that made an impact in Roadburn circles this year – both Doodswens and Turia will bring their much acclaimed, ritualistic (and experimental) take on black metal to LGW OFF, while deranged Dutch duo Plague Organ (ft. members from Cryptae, Imperial Cult and Dead Neanderthals) will play their first-ever live show and unravel a nauseating spell of dark kraut / avant-garde / ambient black and death metal deformity. To close the proceedings, darkened cosmonauts Radar Men From The Moon will perform their latest album, ‘The Bestial Light’, in its entirety, and showcase their enormous artistic growth over the last decade.

For those of you who can’t make it to LGW OFF, the renowned festival is offering a freely accessible online TV channel, called LGW ON, which will be showing videos, films and documentaries selected by past performers from 13 – 15 November.

Tickets for LGW OFF will go on sale at a later date – we’ll let you know asap!

If you have any questions regarding your visit in times of Covid-19, please visit LGW‘s FAQ.