Upcoming Shows & Latest Releases

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12-09  Eilan Festival SOLO (Terschelling NL)

21-09  The 7th Annual Unfuck The World Festival SOLO (Rotterdam)

26-10 Halloween @ Pip BAND (The Hague)

23-11 Radio ñ @ The Grey Space BAND (The Hague)

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‘Cotton’ released april 2019 on Connaisseur Recordings

Human/Nature released may 2018 on Farmers Daughters Recordings

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Anouk Visée is a particular singer-songwriter from The Hague with a dreamy deep sound and a broad variety of releases and performances.

She grew up in a commune on the small island ‘Texel’ living together with many different but open minded nature loving people, listening to her dad’s records of Nick Drake, America, Ry Cooder and Ali Farka Touré. Since a very young age, music was a way of living rather than a form or matter.

She traded nature grounds for city life when turning 17 and inhibited cellars of Amsterdam clubs like Trouw and Studio 80 where she discovered electronic music. Soon she started making her own productions and traveled the world.

Anouk played with different acts in well known venues and festivals like Paradiso, De Melkweg, Het Patronaat, De Zwarte Cross and Watergate in Berlin. But also in IKEA living rooms, on meadows, in saunas, on Ruigoord and terrible business events. She appeared on Radio Voicemail, did a guest performance for 808 State and wrote music for Welcome To The Future Festival.

She released electronic music under larger labels such as All Day I Dream and RAM in collaboration with DASO, Bog, Deeb and June Miller. Her first EP ‘Party Time’ came out quietly in 2015, recorded in an old attic on the Albert Cuyp market with a very acoustic sound. Her second EP ‘Human / Nature’ appeared on May 4, 2018 and was compared to a love baby from Radiohead, Nick Drake and Feist.

Her new EP ‘Fint’ will be released fall 2019, inspired by 80’s synth sounds, dance music and American road music. Written and produced together with Wieger Hoogendorp, well known guitarist for Caro Emerald and Steen.


Picture by Erik Smits