Following Abby Lavin from Shangai, here is the second promoter interviewed on the blog. Daniel is working for one of the main popvenues in The Netherlands: Patronaat and, the least we can say is that, when it comes to Rock Posters for the shows he is promoting, he has good taste ;)
listening to when we come to visit you?
The last Earth album is on heavy rotation here and they are playing Patronaat soon. The Cloud Nothings record did well in our office and while working I usually listen to a variety of contemporary electronics, from techno to moombahton. Right now it's the new Sleigh Bells: Reign of Terror.
Can you tell us more about yourself, who are you, where are you from, what do you do?
When did you start your business, how did that happen?
Today are you living from your activity, or do you do something else for a living?
Is it you, or the band, who decide which artist you are going to work with on a particular event?
How do you (do they) choose the artist you are going to work with on a particular event?
What kind of advice would you give to a young artist who would like to work with you?
Are you a collector yourself?
Michiel Walrave, Boom Artwork, Peter Pontiac and Josse Blase.
There are three posters on my wall: a Malleus silkscreen for Patronaat, a Walrave silksreen and an Antistrot silkscreen (collectice including Walrave as well. They quit some time ago, but are back under the name Kamp Horst. Still really cool stuff)
A bit of self-promotion, take advantage of it, it's free, where can we find you on the web, what are you working on at the moment?
You have a particular viewpoint on the poster scene, how do you see it evolve?