Aw Awe Aw! evening @ La Compilotheque, Bxl w/ Cannibales & Vahinés (FR/NL) + Buantanamo Gay (BE)


Rebel Up! & Beyt All Tapes present: Aw Awe Aw! concert evening
2 bands > > >

Buantanamo Gay (Gent/Bxl)
torturing the boundaries of strings & tape loops
This first-time sodomised improvisation project of 2 Belgian dudes (of Urpf Lanze & Beyt Al Tapes fame), expect a wild sound
Wolf Eyes with a stringload of folk.

Cannibales & Vahinés (FR/NL)
freejazz-punk out of n.o.w.h.e.r.e.
This franco-dutch band via Toulouse & Amsterdam takes you to a place where freejazz & punk go hand in hand with improv poetry of the freethinking mind, with singer G.W. Sok (ex-The Ex). Listen to their latest album in full here;
http://gwsok.bandcamp.com/album/n-o-w-h-e-r-e

first concert to start 21:00h
@ La Compilotheque
Akenkaai 50 Quai des Péniches, 1000 BXL
5€ in

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31st dec; Brussels new year; Bal de l’An Douze in La Compilothèque

hey, dance into the new year with us!
another unforgettable night of happy Bal du Canal mayhem on the canal, the best parties of the Brussels underground for all tastes and styles.

Rebel Up! dj SebCat will once again be part of the Bal du Canal crew, back-to-backing with Brian Hainaut, Jean Mikili and Rockin’ Cat Ivan from before midnight till the early morning light. Expect cumbia, african swing, asian psychedelica, flamenco rumba, rockabilly, 60’s vintage rock, 70’s flowerpop, 80’s pop kitsch, no-wave, post-punk, indie
and much much more…………

free in & fresh onion soup for the hungry!

@ La Compilotheque,
Akenkaai 51 Quai des Peniches – Bxl centre north-east.

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wed 8 june, Kawa Brothers @ Compilotheque, Bxl (+Rebel Up! Rajasthani street music dj set)

Namaste,

the Kawa brothers

tonight the Rajasthani Kawa Brothers will be playing at Compilotheque!
The Kawa family hail from Jaipur -the pink royal city- where they have been raised with the legacy of traditional Rajasthani folk music and Indian classical compositions on the sarangi, santoor and tabla. Should be a special concert in true desertlike spheres of Rajasthan.  See a video here.

Before and after, Rebel Up! Seb will play his Rajasthani recordings that he recorded on the streets and in people`s homes during a 6 month Indian music trip in 2007-2008. After the summer, a compilation of these Rajasthani recordings will be released on American cult label Sublime Frequencies by the title *Rajasthani Street Music*

be sharp, thik hai!
doors open at 20:00h, just 5€ in, very cheap bhai ya didi!
Compilotheque, Akenkaai 50 Quai des Péniches, 1000, Bxl

~phir milenge~

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