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Several songs are streamed within the internet-radio-station of 'Emergenza' and Ongekend Talent. Besides that 2NFRO recorded three demo's (Ready (2005), Who's 2 Blame (2006) and Try (2006).


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Hiphop/reggae band 2NFRO, which includes three Tilburg and four Eindhoven musicians, is
coming on remarkably in the Dutch club and festival scene. It made the line-up at the latest
editions of famous national festivals such as “Mundial” in Tilburg, “Paaspop” in Schijndel
and “Dynamo” in Eindhoven. In May 2006, 2NFRO was the second runner-up at the Benelux
finals of the international Emergenza music festival. October this year 2NFRO will play at the worldfinals of Diesel-U-Music in LONDON (UK) in the category URBAN.

2NFRO was formed in 2003. As of 2005, rapper Hind a.k.a. Double H. has been
adding full measures of hiphop to the band’s reggae sound. 2NFRO’s second front lady
Janneke a.k.a. Jess can be held responsible for adding equally full measures of soul.
This devastating duo is musically backed by Mark (drums), Willem (percussion),
Thomas (guitar), Jeroen (keys) en Maarten (bass).
All of the members' different musical backgrounds (from music and rock academies to
jazz combos and disco bands) are clearly audible. 2NFRO's sound is moving from and
jumping to a whole lot of different directions: reggae and hiphop, but also funk, soul,
jazz, latin and dance. “Funked up Urban Reggae Vibes”, the band itself calls it.

These vibes especially stand out well when brought live. “Party on stage”, so said
Dutch e-zine CultuurPodium after 2NFRO’s show at the Emergenza finals. “This
Tilburg/Eindhoven hiphop band is capable of winning over an audience and creating a
nice atmosphere from the first tones it plays”, the review read. “The crowd loves its mix
of hiphop, reggae, soul, funk, rock and jazz, and there’s a lot of dancing and jumping.
A likely winner, as far as I am concerned.”

[~ to and fro ] Back and forth, as in He was like a caged animal, pacing to and fro.
Strictly speaking, to means "toward" and fro "away from", but this idiom is used more
vaguely in the sense of "moving alternately in different directions". [First half of 1300s]

More on: http://www.2nfro.nl/downloads/2NFRO_Bio_Rider_Stageplan.pdf