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New work by the band from ‘Michael Jordan’ and ‘Area 51’
Superlijm is still Pieter-Jan Delesie, he who conquered radio-waves with the infectious radio hits ‘Michael Jordan’ and ‘Area 51’. On his imminent debut (out soon on N.E.W.S.) he totally returns to the 90’s guitar scene and allows himself to be inspired by the best of Guided By Voices, Pavement, Dinosaur Jr. and Grandaddy, something that bands like Yuck also succeed well in these days. In the meantime, Superlijm has grown into a five-member band that is now diligently working on its debut and will launch it for press and public on Thursday 23 February.
JFJ is a five-member indie folk-rock band from Limburg that has already won the pop competition Limbomania. After some messing around with demos and on various stages, JFJ decided to occupy Anton Walgrave's farmhouse and record a wonderfully fine EP. It couldn't go wrong with Staf Verbeeck (Hooverphonic, Metal Molly, dEUS) on the dials at the Jet studio in Brussels. JFJ sounds a bit like Eels visiting Wilco, while they sit listening to what Bob Dylan was doing when all four Beatles were still alive.
With sold-out concerts by Customs, Balthazar, The Tellers, Addicted Kru Sound feat. Selah Sue and Intergalactic Lovers, we've presented a number of much talked-about Coca-Cola Sessions over the last 2 seasons. In early 2012 the likes of Superlijm and JFJ get a go.