JoosTVD (The Vanished Dutchman)

Joos(t) The Vanished Dutchman is, as you might have guessed, from The Netherlands. You cannot pronounce his name easily: Juiced? Well it's an anti- artist name lads and gents! He's a musician first. Inspired by the likes of Gino Vannelli, Todd Rundgren, Miles Davis, Boz Scaggs, John Martyn, Tubes, Terry Callier, he started out as a drummer before turning his hand to writing. His latest album, I Mimic Me was released in april of 2014 and he describes himself as a "zelfbevlekkende, narcistische, selfkickende, obsessieve, uitknijpende liedjesmaker" which loosely translates (I think) as a "self-denigrating, narcissistic, self-flagellating squeezer-out of songs" as freely translated by Tom Robinson. JoosTVD´ song Bomb Won´t Go Off featured on his BBC6 Radio show in november 2012. Now reguarly played on Croydon radio.

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Joos(t) The Vanished Dutchman is, as you might have guessed, from The Netherlands. You cannot pronounce his name easily: Juiced? Well it's an anti- artist name lads and gents! He's a musician first. Inspired by the likes of Gino Vannelli, Todd Rundgren, Miles Davis, Boz Scaggs, John Martyn, Tubes, Terry Callier, he started out as a drummer before turning his hand to writing. His latest album, I Mimic Me was released in april of 2014 and he describes himself as a "zelfbevlekkende, narcistische, selfkickende, obsessieve, uitknijpende liedjesmaker" which loosely translates (I think) as a "self-denigrating, narcissistic, self-flagellating squeezer-out of songs" as freely translated by Tom Robinson. JoosTVD´ song Bomb Won´t Go Off featured on his BBC6 Radio show in november 2012. Now reguarly played on Croydon radio.

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