Bring it on & Breaking out remixes Last month, we released a special edition of our songs Bring It On and Breaking Out. Producer Nicola Conte was so kind to work on these songs originally from The Things You Love record, our collaboration with Matt Bianco. This resulted in the Bring It On & Breaking Out remixes. The new variations of […][..] Read more »
As you may know this year we have been celebrating our 25th anniversary with various special projects. To top the year off we have released a special album today. The album XXV represents a small part of what we have documented over the last 25 years and consists of 10 songs, handpicked by us. The record is now available digitally on all streaming- and download platforms and physically […][..] Read more »
In case you missed it, this year we celebrate our 25th anniversary! We have a bunch of special projects lined up for you: some time ago we recorded a live session in the living room of our saxophone player Benjamin Herman and we have some special Big Band shows coming up. But of course that’s […][..] Read more »
New Cool Collective have been happily grooving on 25 years of fame thanks to their unique mix of jazz, dance, latin, salsa, afrobeat and boogaloo. They are always funky, energetic and danceable.
As pioneers in the Dutch jazz scene NCC has received many awards and the band have toured the great expanses of Benelux, Great Britain, Germany, Africa, Canada, Russia and Asia. They not only play hipster jazz clubs but also such huge pop and rock festivals as Roskilde (Denmark), Sziget (Hungary), Fuji Rock (Japan), Lowlands (Netherlands), Camden Mix Festival (UK) and the Aberdeen Alternative Festival (UK). And they collaborated with many Dutch and international artists on tour and in the studio. To name a few: Tony Allen, Mapacha Africa, Andrew Roachford, Jules Deelder, Typhoon, Guus Meeuwis, Matt Bianco, Thierno Koite, John Buijsman and Georgie Fame.
NCC includes saxophonist Benjamin Herman, guitarist Rory Ronde, drummer Joost Kroon, percussionists Frank van Dok and Jos de Haas, pianist Willem Friede, bassist Leslie Lopez and trumpet-player David Rockefeller.