Date: Sept 16th             Time: 20h-00h            Price: 10 euros*

Live at Our Place presents an evening of indie and electro pop music with performances by psychedelic duo Spill Gold and dreamy trio Holysloot.

Live at our Place is a series of monthly intimate concerts by Treehouse NDSM’s musicians-in-residence. Our industrial Pavilion building will be turned into the musicians’ own living room, tuned each time to their own particular style and vibe. We invite you to our place, grab a drink, sit on the couch (or dance!), and enjoy the tunes that our talented community is working on during their stay at Treehouse NDSM.

/ In partnership with We Are Public \


Spill Gold is dark-dance, psych-pop duo who are just finishing up their second album, 'ZaZa'. Their music lies in the space where electric dance, meditative and psychedelic disco meet.

With a sound that allows them to bridge the gap between club nights and pop festivals, Spill Gold has performed at Grauzone, Roadburn, Blue Dot, Le Guess Who, Eurosonic, and other similar events. They opened for Beak> on their 2018 European tour and have supported Perera Elsewhere and Exploded View in the UK. They have also featured as one of Clash's top picks for Eurosonic 2021. 

Spill Gold have previously released music via Beacon Sound in the US (Colleen, Peter Broderick) and their debut album was released in 2020 via eclectic Dutch label Knekelhuis (De Ambassade, Patricia Kokett). 

Band members: Rosa Ronsdorf - synthesizers and vocals | Nina de Jong - drums and percussion.

More about Spill Gold: Instagram | YouTube | Spotify | Bandcamp


Jos, Daan and Timo are hopelessly searching for the feeling they had on their first bike ride to Holysloot. Together they write, produce, design and collaborate with people (and computers) to create visual and audio escapist landscapes. 

More about Holysloot: Instagram | YouTube | Spotify | More info

The show will be accompanied by the paintings from Didi Lehnhausen. She has painted while dancing to the voices of Spill Gold and based on images of women in battle. An old postcard of Jeanne d’Arc, a digital image of a woman standing on the highway protesting with XR.  

She is a painter combining her background in photographic printing and batik into the muddy textures of oil paint.


*+ admin. costs until the event date at 12h / 14 euros at the door

September 16, 2023
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tt. neveritaweg 55-57
1033 WB Amsterdam, NH