LBB Compilation part 1​-​A

by landbouwbelang

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Nicolas RESSOT
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Nicolas RESSOT Noise, folk, jazz et surtout electro ; il y a ici à boire et à manger. Quelques déchets, mais l'ensemble reste comestible, parfois même délicieux...Miam, goûtons la seconde partie pour voir... Favorite track: The Dragon Warrior.
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-" In 2002, a group of young people people squatted a gigantic grain storage called 'Landbouwbelang' (LBB) in Maastricht (NL). www.lbbm.nl
Within 10 years, they had created an artistic playground for individual initiative and experimentation. With the use of recycling, labour, a great deal of wood-burning stoves and a large dose of goodwill, this complex has developed into the cultural freezone of Maastricht.
Bert Janssen made a very nice picturebook about this place. You can order it here:
organicpress.nl
To accompany the book release, LBB thought of a music compilation. And now the LBB Music compilation is here!!!; A selection of tracks from bands and producers that rocked the LBB stage between 2007 and 2013. We asked them to contribute a track, and they did, so here it is; 66 excellent tracks hard dancy electronics ,noisy indie rock, experimental pop, peacefull soundscapes and beyond. The LBB compilation has it all.. Download your free zip file here! :
rapidshare.com/download/share/3D100812A696507C48547E8D10B1A8F1 -"

more info: www.lbbm.nl/projects

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released November 5, 2013

credits to all musicians contributing to this album.

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landbouwbelang Maastricht, The Netherlands

In 2002, a group of young people people squatted a gigantic grain storage called 'Landbouwbelang' (LBB) in Maastricht (NL).
Within 10 years, they had created an artistic playground for individual initiative and experimentation. With the use of recycling, labour, a great deal of wood-burning stoves and a large dose of goodwill, this complex has developed into the cultural freezone of Maastricht.
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