The second week of Jamuary is always special. Our hometown Groningen in The Netherlands hosts one of the biggest festivals showcasing European popular music. Eurosonic is awesome and we are proud to be part of it. 

Live sessions

Chordify is an official ESNS-partner, so what can you expect from us? Well, it depends. If you’re visiting Groningen for this occasion you can find us Thursday, Friday and Saturday on the Vismarkt. That’s where we and our friends from IDK will be showcasing, interviewing and recording sessions in a glass studio with handpicked artists from this years’ line up.

It’s pretty cool, totally for free and it holds that intimate atmosphere that can be so rare during such a huge festival. Wondering who we’ll be recording?

Thursday Jan. 16 
3 PM The Howl and The Hum
5 PM Nathan Ball (read the interview with him here) 
7 PM Sorcha Richardson 

Friday Jan. 17
11.30 – 12 AM The Snuts
2 PM Bad Nerves 
4 PM Seed to Tree
6 PM Black SEA Dahu

Saturday Jan. 18
Noon Them Dirty Dimes
2 PM The Vices (Read the interview with them here
4 PM Cashmyra
6 PM Phole

Please note that the times mentioned are not set in stone and might change. Check our Eurosonic Channel for all our recommended acts. And of course, it goes without saying: if you’re in the neighbourhood don’t be shy, swing by and say hi. 

IDK sessions

But what if you’re not in town? No worries! Just like last year we will share all the interviews and live sessions in our blog in the weeks following Eurosonic. Eager to hear the artists IDK has recorded? Yeah, those sessions will also be one click away. 

Just to refresh your mind here are a few of the names we recorded in 2019. Remember Vivii from Sweden and the Belgian Whispering Sons? Check out their sessions on the IDK YouTube channel and prepare for more of this awesomeness to come. Because Eurosonic 2020 will be as lit as never before. Happy jamming!


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Team lead Premium by day, poet by night. On weekends, Jorine likes to explore the outer corners of her spectrum of interests, be it at a punk concert, a techno club or a pop festival.