And now something heavy: Cartographer on the Frequenzy stage this Sunday

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Sunday is session time again at Gigant. And this time we will welcome a band that brings the heavy stuff. Cartographer is an instrumental rock band from Tilburg, the Netherlands. The band’s sound is firmly rooted in heavier music genres. They draw inspiration from melodic and heavy bands that span decades of musical styles while trying to maintain a sense of wonder and diversity throughout their music. The session will be released online this spring. Here’s already a small impression of Cartographer and their music:

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