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Songbook Collection 8 Available Shows

  • Songbook

    San Holo

    Year: 2019

    Runtime: 13 min

    “I never heard anyone say that, and yeah, I know exactly what it means. It has to go in there, this has to be a song.” Every song has its own story, and we all think it’s a story we’ve heard before, but we haven’t. Songbook finds and captures these intriguing stories by pulling you into the process of writing and composing. Known for its pristine sound, cinematic 4k video and eye for detail, Songbook live-captured episodes emphasize the paramount importance of quality. It addresses the on-the-spot elements of blending song and location at the right moment. Both the magical location and remarkable music interaction will get the attention they deserve. Simply because Songbook isn’t just a live music session, it lives. This episode of Songbook features Dutch producer, DJ and innovator San Holo, born Sander van Dijck. On his LP, simply titled "album1", the 28 year-old combines danceable EDM with elements of indie. Before releasing music of his own, he gave guitar lessons to children while studying music production and guitar at Rotterdam's Codarts University for the Arts . While remaining faithful to the guitar, San Holo now also uses his vocals and electronic elements to create unique sounscapes, captivating listerners on the dancefloor and in atmospheric acoustic performances alike.

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    Ciao Lucifer

    Year: 2019

    Runtime: 11 min

    “I never heard anyone say that, and yeah, I know exactly what it means. It has to go in there, this has to be a song.” Every song has its own story, and we all think it’s a story we’ve heard before, but we haven’t. Songbook finds and captures these intriguing stories by pulling you into the process of writing and composing. Known for its pristine sound, cinematic 4k video and eye for detail, Songbook live-captured episodes emphasize the paramount importance of quality. It addresses the on-the-spot elements of blending song and location at the right moment. Both the magical location and remarkable music interaction will get the attention they deserve. Simply because Songbook isn’t just a live music session, it lives. This episode of Songbook features the dynamic duo of Ciao Lucifer, based on mutual musical passion and brotherhood. Together, Willem Wits and Marnix Dorrestein create funky powerpop, inspired by The Kills and The Beatles. After going to the same highschool, the two band members took their bromantic adventures to the next level and started making music together, touring Europe and writing new music on the road. For Songbook, they offer a glimpse at the creation of their songs "In While I Out" and "Chance", both featured on their debut studio album "Are We Even Growing Up?", against the atmospheric backdrop of the Electrische Museumtramlijn in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Lean back and buckle up for a musical road trip through the friendship of two fun-loving, dance floor-filling musicians.

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    Con Brio

    Year: 2018

    Runtime: 16 min

    “I never heard anyone say that, and yeah, I know exactly what it means. It has to go in there, this has to be a song.” Every song has its own story, and we all think it’s a story we’ve heard before, but we haven’t. Songbook finds and captures these intriguing stories by pulling you into the process of writing and composing. Known for its pristine sound, cinematic 4k video and eye for detail, Songbook live-captured episodes emphasize the paramount importance of quality. It addresses the on-the-spot elements of blending song and location at the right moment. Both the magical location and remarkable music interaction will get the attention they deserve. Simply because Songbook isn’t just a live music session, it lives. This episode of Songbook features San Francisco-based seven-piece band Con Brio, complete with Zeke McCarter (vocals), Benjamin Andrews (guitar), Johnathan Kirchner (bass), Andrew Laubacher (drums), Patrick Monaco Glynn (keys), Marcus Stephens (saxophone) and Brendan Lui (Trumpet). The band is named after an Italian musical direction, translating to "with spirit". Living up to its name, Con Brio is known to electrify international crowds with its energetic soul, psych-rock and R&B that perfectly matches the artistic and innovative spirit of their home. Besides being, according to PopMatters "the best new live band in America", Con Brio also lays great importance on addressing political matters in lyrics revolving around the Black Lives Matter movement and the representation of America abroad.

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    The Entrepreneurs

    Year: 2018

    Runtime: 10 min

    “I never heard anyone say that, and yeah, I know exactly what it means. It has to go in there, this has to be a song.” Every song has its own story, and we all think it’s a story we’ve heard before, but we haven’t. Songbook finds and captures these intriguing stories by pulling you into the process of writing and composing. Known for its pristine sound, cinematic 4k video and eye for detail, Songbook live-captured episodes emphasize the paramount importance of quality. It addresses the on-the-spot elements of blending song and location at the right moment. Both the magical location and remarkable music interaction will get the attention they deserve. Simply because Songbook isn’t just a live music session, it lives. This episode of Songbook features an intimate performance of The Entrepreneurs' lead vocalist Mathias Bertelsen. Complete with guitarist Anders Hvass and drummer Jonas Wetterslev, the Copenhagen-based trio creates a unique modern sound, blending elements of noise, punk, grunge and post-rock. After the 2016 release of Tony Rominger, the band's debut album Noise & Romance, released in February 2019, received critical acclaim for a sound true to title.

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    Wild Youth

    Year: 2018

    Runtime: 10 min

    “I never heard anyone say that, and yeah, I know exactly what it means. It has to go in there, this has to be a song.” Every song has its own story, and we all think it’s a story we’ve heard before, but we haven’t. Songbook finds and captures these intriguing stories by pulling you into the process of writing and composing. Known for its pristine sound, cinematic 4k video and eye for detail, Songbook live-captured episodes emphasize the paramount importance of quality. It addresses the on-the-spot elements of blending song and location at the right moment. Both the magical location and remarkable music interaction will get the attention they deserve. Simply because Songbook isn’t just a live music session, it lives. This episode of Songbook showcases the upbeat pop-rock sound of Dublin-based Wild Youth. The four-piece band, complete with David Whelan (lead vocals), Conor O’Donohoe (keys & backing vocals), Ed Porter (electric guitar & backing vocals) and Callum McAdam (drums) was initially born when main songwriter O'Donohoe began experimenting with the guitar while recovering from an accident. As of today, the band's success is at full display in sold-out headline shows across the UK and Ireland, as well as in supporting major acts such as The Script, Niall Horan and Zara Larsson on arena tours.

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    Violetta Zironi

    Year: 2018

    Runtime: 10 min

    “I never heard anyone say that, and yeah, I know exactly what it means. It has to go in there, this has to be a song.” Every song has its own story, and we all think it’s a story we’ve heard before, but we haven’t. Songbook finds and captures these intriguing stories by pulling you into the process of writing and composing. Known for its pristine sound, cinematic 4k video and eye for detail, Songbook live-captured episodes emphasize the paramount importance of quality. It addresses the on-the-spot elements of blending song and location at the right moment. Both the magical location and remarkable music interaction will get the attention they deserve. Simply because Songbook isn’t just a live music session, it lives. This episode of Songbook features Italian singer-songwriter Violetta Zironi. The Correggio-born solo artist began writing songs at the age of 16 and found inspiration in country and bluegrass music throughout her musical development. Today, Violetta blends the Mediterranean melancholy conceived through her Italian roots with folk and elements of americana in intimate songs. She is known for a pure sound, often relying on her beautifully soft voice and guitar only.

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    Half Moon Run

    Year: 2020

    Runtime: 14 min

    “I never heard anyone say that, and yeah, I know exactly what it means. It has to go in there, this has to be a song.” Every song has its own story, and we all think it’s a story we’ve heard before, but we haven’t. Songbook finds and captures these intriguing stories by pulling you into the process of writing and composing. Known for its pristine sound, cinematic 4k video and eye for detail, Songbook live-captured episodes emphasize the paramount importance of quality. It addresses the on-the-spot elements of blending song and location at the right moment. Both the magical location and remarkable music interaction will get the attention they deserve. Simply because Songbook isn’t just a live music session, it lives. This episode of Songbook showcases Half Moon Run, a Montréal-based band of four musicians that communicate through the language of music - be it dreamy alt-pop, bucolic alt-folk, or psychedelic indie rock. Since 2009, Conner Molander (vocals, guitar, keys, piano, harmonica), Dylan Phillips (vocals, drums, piano, keys), Devon Portielje (lead vocals, piano, guitar) and Isaac Symonds (vocals, drums, mandolin, synth, bass) have been stars on the rise in the music scene of their home country Canada, next conquering crowds internationally. The band's three albums - diverse in sound and overall feel - have earned Half Moon Run opening gigs for Mumford and Sons, City and Colour and Of Monsters and Men. On their latest release, 2019's "A Blemish In The Great Light", the four multi-instrumentalists have elevated their sound, perfecting their individual skills and touching upon lighter notes than on previous records, all the while maintaining the complexity that sets them apart from fellow indie acts. Watch Half Moon Run perform "Sun Leads Me On" and "Favorite Boy" in the unique setting of the Dutch tram museum of Amsterdam.

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    Flaws

    Year: 2020

    Runtime: 9 min

    “I never heard anyone say that, and yeah, I know exactly what it means. It has to go in there, this has to be a song.” Every song has its own story, and we all think it’s a story we’ve heard before, but we haven’t. Songbook finds and captures these intriguing stories by pulling you into the process of writing and composing. Known for its pristine sound, cinematic 4k video and eye for detail, Songbook live-captured episodes emphasize the paramount importance of quality. It addresses the on-the-spot elements of blending song and location at the right moment. Both the magical location and remarkable music interaction will get the attention they deserve. Simply because Songbook isn’t just a live music session, it lives. This episode of Songbook features Dutch singer-songwriter Flaws, who is known for his heartfelt alt-pop sound and his self-tought mixing skills, full of contrast and balance. At only two EPs and several singles out, the Utrecht-based Daan Havenith already celebrated successes with two San Holo collaborations, both having gathered millions of streams. The 2017 release "I Still See Your Face - Flaws Remix" was followed by "voices in my head - Flaws remix" in 2019. The success of the song, a gig at legendary Amsterdam Dance Event and the release of his first music video surely made the last year Flaws' best one yet. He kicked off a bright-looking 2020 with a new single, and the release of his session with Songbook. Watch him perform and walk you through the meaning behind "All We Are" and "Mindspeak" at the Wijngaard Dassemus in the Dutch city of Chaam!

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