Here at All Things Loud, we’re celebrating a special milestone today: our sixth anniversary. Back on 31 December 2013, this website was born out of a bedroom in a Dutch suburban town. Now, it stands tall as we enter a brand new decade. Over the course of the last twelve months, All Things Loud has expanded into even more new territories (among them Australia and South Korea), our team growing yet again. We’ve brought you more content than ever before, which you’ll read about below the jump…_Z6A2838lr

In 2019, All Things Loud brought you coverage of 253 live shows and 46 music festivals across twelve different countries – as far out as South Korea and Australia and as close to home as Down the Rabbit Hole and Pukkelpop. From Rock am Ring, Mad Cool Festival and Rock en Seine through to Lowlands, Riot Fest and Eurosonic, we had something for everyone. While our social media platforms have generally remained at a similar level in 2019 as compared to 2018, it’s worth noting that this is a good achievement in our dynamic digital world. When everything’s a click away, we’re glad that All Things Loud is still that click for lots of you.

We also introduced you to a brand new concept called Real Power Talk, in which we send out a variety of brilliant hosts to interview your favourite artists. In its first year, Real Power Talk (largely powered by our very own, incredible Steven Morgan) featured interview with the likes of PUP, Acres, Shht and Henge. And that’s just the interviews which are available right now, because we still have plenty more up our sleeves including the likes of Husky Loops, Airways and Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever.

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We look forward to bringing you even more content than before in 2020, a year which brings plenty of opportunities and is already shaping up to be a very promising twelve months in music. From the hottest new bands to interviews with legends and greats, we’re hyped for what’s next. We’ve got a lot up our sleeves, and we can’t wait to share it with you sooner rather than later.

Happy New Year from myself and all of us at All Things Loud,

Jack Parker
Editor

The All Things Loud team:
Jack Parker, Natasja de Vries,Marc Prodanovic, Dewi Mik, Steven Morgan, Christian Sarkine, Abi Raymaker, Hans-Peter van Velthoven, Liza van de Ven, Arne Desmedt, Joyce van Doorn, Anieck van Maaren, Susana Martins, Federica Burelli, Britt Bowman, Violet Avalon, Karoline Schaefer, Virginia Barbero, Jos Hartwig, Ruben van der Horst, Helena van Dam, Mark McConville, Jade Hill, James Turrell, Sébastien Gamez, Tineke Klamer, Hannah Van Rhee & Eva Wertheimer

Special thanks are also reserved to the all of following people for their contributions to or support for All Things Loud throughout the last six years. There are a lot of you:
Mitchell Giebels, Nathan Dobbelaere, Ralph Arvesen, Shali Blok, Kamiel Scholten, Josanne van der Heijden, George Mills, Brian Krijgsman, Nienke Naaktgeboren, Nicolas Avellaneda, Elke Teurlinckx, Brent Schroeyens, Kai Zwaferink, Vivian Cools, Sera Roth, Marcel Krijgsman, Bailee Logan, Meredith Szturm, Ray Parker, Etjen van der Vliet, Dylan Lai, Shane Told, Britney Nijkamp, Frank van Liempd, Freek Stoltenborgh, Gerard Esenkbrink, Frank Turner, Willow Sando-McCall, Fien Engels, Ylena van der Goot, Cheyenne Schackmann, Verena Ward, Yasemine Snoek, Maureen Mirande, Emily Parry, Sjors Evers, Bart Wijers, Gerda Parker, Irwan Notosoetarso, Julia Christis, Stanley van Heusden, Judith Zandwijk, Debby Faber, Daan de Bruijn, Jan Rijk, Josanne van der Heijden, Kees Braam, Joe Langridge-Brown, Jeroen Sturing, Emmie Boxstart, Willem Schalekamp, Berksun Doganer, Floris van Luijtelaar, Ryan Hoogweg, Faye Wolfs, Kim Balster, Emily Parker, Floris Hager, Felix Bushe, Denise Pedicillo, Mathijs Louwsma, Samir Batista, Walter Mazzeo, Eros Pasi, Kelly Kamp, Simon Bleeker, Ingmar Jahn, Maren van der Burgt, Aldo Perotti, Clara Vissers, Tim Cayem, Eva Ruiten, Jona Kruizenga, Louie Mosscrop, Alexander van der Wallen, Nick Heineman, Janis van Lokven, Loek Hendrikx, Nicolas Mattis, Quentin Sitch and plenty more who may have been forgotten.