Last show of the year 2016!

Looking forward to this one! Froth, Nouveau Velo and Korfbal at Ot301. It’s a Black Eye Club Special. Which means.. it’s going to be free! No entrance! All you have to do is send an e-mail: and we’ll put you on the list +1. Deadline till Tuesday 18:00.

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New Black Eye Club: FEELS + Venus Tropicaux, Butcher’s Tears

Happy to announce that Black Eye Club will be back in September (22nd) with a great line-up! FEELS (US) and locals Venus Tropicaux (NL, Rotterdam) will be playing the stage of Butcher’s Tears, one of our favourite Amsterdam breweries.

Tickets: 5 EURO in presale / 7 EURO at the door.
Limited capacity, only 70 spots. We’re giving you the chance to reserve a ticket in advance – send an e-mail to evileyeclubamsterdam @ with your name and amount of tickets with a maximum of 4 tickets. We will confirm by e-mail of the reservation is complete. Full is full, only 35 reservation spots.

More info: Facebook event



Evil Eye Club #5 EXPO: Isa van Weer June 4th – June 25th

Evil Eye Club presents: Expositie “Karman Matter’s Theory on Cosmographic Revolutions of Earth”


AMSTERDAM – Het Amsterdamse kunst- en muziekplatform Evil Eye Club presenteert in juni geen bandavond, maar een heuse expositie. Kunstenares/illustrator Isa van Weert presenteert een voorproefje van haar boek ‘Karman Matter’s Theory on Cosmographic Revolutions of Earth’ in de Dokhuis Galerie. De opening is op donderdag 4 juni om 17:00. De expositie is tot 25 juni te zien.

“May this book provide you new insight on your own interpretation of observing and perceiving matter.” Zo luidt de inleiding voor het boek ‘Karman Matter’s Theory on Cosmographic Revolutions of Earth’ van Isa van Weert. Tijdens de expositie worden al enkele flarden van haar boek getoond, dat in juli zal verschijnen en tevens geldt als haar afstudeerproject.

De expositie in de Dokhuis Galerie aan de Plantage Doklaan in Amsterdam zal te zien zijn van donderdag 4 juni t/m donderdag 25 juni. Er zal op de openingsavond ook livemuziek aanwezig zijn, geprogrammeerd door de Dokzaal, en de keuken is geopend. Kom donderdag 4 juni vanaf 17:00 langs voor een feestelijke opening met wat drankjes en eten en bekijk de expositie als eerste. Aanmelden kan via: tot woensdag 3 juni

17:00 Open deuren – borrel, opening
19:00 – 20:30 Open keuken. Soup €2 / Meal €5
21:30 Band: Monica & The Explosion


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Evil Eye Club x Dokzaal

Facebook event

Expositie “Karman Matter’s Theory on Cosmographic Revolutions of Earth”, door Isa van Weert

Adres: Dokhuis Galerie, Plantage Doklaan 8, Amsterdam

Opening: donderdag 4 juni 17:00

Expositie loopt van 4 juni t/m 25 juni 2015

Gratis toegang op donderdagen van 19:00 tot 00:30

Just announced: Evil Eye Club #4 at Butcher’s Tears

Dignan Porch 2

Evil Eye Club strikes again! After a short spring break we will be back on May 9th with some special guests from across the canal: Dignan Porch(UK). These indie-grunge-rockers will bring us a full show at our favorite spot Butcher’s Tears.

Live: Dignan Porch (UK)
Location: Butcher’s Tears
Doors open: 21:00
Entrance: 5,00 (more info soon)
> ‘Attending’ = priority for a ticket!
> Only 70 tickets available
> Questions?

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Dignan Porch

Dignan Porch, which started life as a one-man bedroom project for band leader Joseph Walsh, has now blossomed in to a ramshackle group of perpetually laid-back sounding humans creating music that straddles the lines between psychedelia, folk, indie pop and grunge.

When the Porch kick out the jams they give the impression that they’re careering along with only a couple of wheels still on the road, just about in control, but always on the verge of tipping over.

There is a sadness that lurks beneath many of these rough-around-the-edges pop songs, a blurry-eyed realisation of the boredom of everyday life that seems to creep in to the very fabric of Dignan Porch’s sound. The ash tray is full, the can is empty.

The majority of Observatory was written and recorded at home during 2013 when Joe was living in a flat above a used-carpet shop in South London. It was cold and noisy but the rent was low, there were no neighbours to disturb and his room was huge. The perfect setting. The best of times / the worst of times. The band spent evenings and weekends getting their parts down and piecing the songs