20 Guilders (Suzuki Junzo, Mitsuru Tabata), Sundog Moondog, Jacco Wanneer

Sunday May 12

Helicopter – Beatrijsstraat 10, Den Haag
>>>> Enter through the blue gate opposite Cafe Elta and cross the yard
Doors at 20:30
Entrance 5 EUR

////////////// ’20 Guilders’ – Cosmic Acid folk scenestars Suzuki Junzo and Mitsuru Tabata from Tokyo (JP).
Mitsuru Tabata’s musical career is as bright and unusual as the musician himself, involved in the dawning of BOREDOMS, ZENI GEVA, and ACID MOTHERS TEMPLE all legendary bands and gems of Japan’s avant-garde. Suzuki Junzo, known for his celestial guitar solos and from the group MIMINOKOTO with releases on PSF, joins Tabata together to form their duo 20 GUILDERS. Since 2007 they have been exploring their common roots – Psych Rock and Psych Folk, with guitars and vocals.
In Japan, the duo has two studio album releases from GYUUNE CASSETTE, as well as running a label Gulden Muzik. In US, they release LPs and cassettes from labels such as Nod and Smile Records, Eye Vibe Records. The duo’s first instrumental guitar ambient album “il grande silenzio” was released from Gulden Muzik in 2018. Apart from their signature songs, the duo performs in experimental sets with their ambient guitar music. In April 2019 they released an acoustic studio live album, “Acoustic Motherfuckers.” The electric and cosmic folk duo sets out on their first international tour May 2019.

//////////// Sundog Moondog – Dewi de Vree (NL). The project is an experimental sound performance and part of an ongoing research to the sensorial experience of physical experiments, using a collection of self made electromagnetic and electronic instruments.
Dewi is part of the duo Magnetoceptia, a series of performances and installations around antenna-costumes together with Patrizia Ruthensteiner (AT). Next to her individual practice she is initiator and organizer at Villa K and part of Instrument Inventors Initiative ‘iii’ and artist collective ‘Helicopter’ in The Hague.

Jacco Wanneer
Musical performer in the working men’s club tradition combined with the 1950’s golden age of Hollywood and the Teutonic Lieder. Socialist Community Centre Entertainment. Fake 1970’s Dutch folk hero. Commune open mic.

Magnetoceptia try out performance

Last December the try out performance of ‘Magnetoceptia – Maria de’ Medici and Maria Stuart’ for ‘Klankvorm Presents Mechanism’ was happening in our project space. Check out the video below!

Magnetoceptia is a series of sound performances and installations around wearable antennas and a collaboration between Helicopter’s resident Dewi de Vree (NL) and Patrizia Ruthensteiner (AT). https://magnetoceptia.wordpress.com/


Thursday 21 February an evening with music and art at Helicopter with an exhibition by Samman Padrees and live music by Petronn Sphene, Slaylor Moon and The Sunshine Lounge.
Doors open at 20:30
Beatrijsstraat 10, Den Haag (entrance through the blue gate)
is the combined effort of Samantha Rees and Manuel Padding.
They will show a set of collages under the banner “Constant Struggle”.
Riffing on themes of hindsight perspective, nature persisting and trying (and failing) to understand what it means to be human in a slowly
disintegrating world.  Possibility of a sculpture being present is there.
Live action music by:
Free form explorations into a pulsating groove zone, taking time to
enfold a soothing foot shuffle universe where floating around and
breathing fresh life force enhancing mind/body jams should be time
spent eternal. Lineage from laying down solid concrete foundation to withstand ripping  Shearing Pinx blasts to riding bubbly The Courtneys waves into sunshine youth wishfulness with a fringe to match.
Timeless sonic witchcraft connecting pagan eternal spirit with mind
altering electronic music, adopting a “hard gaan” aesthetics with a
“The Drugs” as a communication method for altered ADHD full blast
personal wisdom projected straight into the soul, transcendent intellectual intensity. Think psychedelic time warped gabber and power new age.
Solo space pod escape from Urocerus Gigas of Guttersnipe.
Embracing both the up and the down in a solar eclipse of the heart sort
of way, once “The Taste” grabs hold, there is no turning back. Whether
banging pots and pans or navigate modular electric pulses through
self made instruments there is always the awareness that darkness is
ever present. To embrace this darkness and to be able to still sound so
life affirming is pure raging, “Eat The Breid”.
This evening will be the presentation of his new tape “Mountain On Legs”

Suzuki Junzo / Momentum Lost / Leonie Roessler / Mark Kloeg

Saturday November 3  // 19.30 – 23.30

4 Amazing artists, guitar guru, laptop maestro, compositional genius and accordion wonderboy… dae it

Suzuki Junzo (JP)

Vocal/Guitar based in Tokyo.
Member of the Tokyo Psych veteran MIMINOKOTO and 20 Guilders(Duo with Mitsuru Tabata of Boredoms/Zeni Geva/Acid Mothers Temple)

Recent years, Japanese guitarist Suzuki Junzo focused and stripped down with A 21st century drone/space electric-blues albums from UTECH RECORDS/NOD AND SMILE RECORDS and toured over US/EU/UK. Crystalline guitar passages soaked in reverb and distorted sadness. Junzo’s recent Solo Albums are joined by Ikuro Takahashi of LSD March, Kousokuya and ex-drummer of Fushitsusha and High Rise and engineerd by Richard Horner at Black Snow Flake Sound in Sapporo/Hookaido. Corroborating with the cosmic dead and many other.



Leonie Roessler

Sound/Installation Artist – Composer – Performer based in The Hague, Netherlands.


Raised in the Ruhr District (Ruhrgebiet) in Germany, Leonie relocated to Los Angeles as a teenager. She studied classical guitar at Los Angeles City College, and received a Bachelor Degree in Composition along with a Minor in Dance Performance at California State University Northridge in 2010.

She then moved to the Netherlands and earned her Master Degree in Composition at the Royal Conservatory of The Hague in 2013, where she studied with Peter Adriaansz and Calliope Tsoupaki. She then completed a one-year course at the Institute of Sonology, where she focused on Field Recording and the Spatialization of Sound. In 2016 she finished the fourth and last year of the Contemporary Music Through Non-Western Techniques Program at the Conservatory of Amsterdam with Rafael Reina as her principle teacher.


Mark Kloeg







Momentum Lost

Torn between opposites, momentum lost syphons calmness from chaos while melody and noise collide to create drone based ambient music.