In collaboration with Amarte Studio Concerts and Flowriders Studio, Steppin’ Into Tomorrow has put together a new series of live studio sessions with 10 selected acts based out of the Netherlands. All performances take place over the course of 2 months in the intimate space of the world-class recording studio Flowriders in the centre of Amsterdam. The live studio audience is listening in through a set of headphones, to ensure the highest quality experience for both audio-recording and in-person listening, as it’s captured both sonically and visually.
First edition was with Quincy Fung-Loy, known mononymously as QUANZA. He is a Dutch-Surinamese producer, guitarist, composer and Musicology student at the University of Utrecht. QUANZA's music fuses different aesthetics that range from electronic jazz to avant-garde hip-hop. The Utrecht-native makes a bold introspective statement, surely to be held in high regard by many.
We now invite you to experience three tunes from the performance below. Sit back, relax & enjoy the ride.
Tijmen de Nooy Photography
Amarte Studio Concerts is an initiative by the Amarte Foundation, which supports and highlights talented artists that seek to create innovative projects and develop their art. With sessions recorded across unique locations such as Flowriders Studio, De Roode Bioscoop or Studio 150/Bethlehemkerk in Amsterdam, it offers high quality live concerts with eclectic but also experimental programming focussed on four main genres: pop, jazz, classical, and world music.
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