Thijs Geritz(Photo by Rob de Kruif)Kernel Panic is a concert series that brings together live acts with diverse and often juxtaposing styles in an effort to create an evening that's surprising and interesting to listen to; electronic and acoustic, from drones and soundscapes to bleeps, noise and sounds that are impossible to describe.


Both established and novice acts have played on these evenings that are attracting a growing audience of sound enthusiasts.


The series is curated by Thijs Geritz who studied at the Royal Academy of Art, The Hague (KABK) and works as a free-lance illustrator and animator. He is a self-taught musician, avid field recordist and radiomaker.


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Studio LoosFrom September 2017 this series is supported by Studio LOOS and part of its regular program.


Studio LOOS is the hot spot for new music in The Hague, and is located in the multidisciplinary arts building the DCR. It is a workspace, laboratory and public presentation place for research, experimentation, development, innovation and production of interdisciplinary electro acoustic music, sound art & audio art, improvisation and composition.


At Studio LOOS artists curate concert series with performances, lectures and presentations with a choice of local and international artists and researchers. The studio functions as a meeting place where artists and audiences from different generations, nationalities and disciplines exchange ideas, experiences, skills and knowledge.


Studio Loos Website

Loos Channel (Youtube)