Sat 6 May > Rebel Up! & NGHE present: T R O P I C O U L O S @ Barlok Bxl

★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ! ! ! ! T R O P I C O U L O S ! ! ! ! ★ ★ ★ ★ ★

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NGHE Mediatheque & Rebel Up present a burning hot night of cumbia, afrolatin, dub, ancestral folklore, tropical beats and global bass > Fiesta!

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Guacamayo Tropical (CO / Madrid)
The Colombian duo Guacamayo have been taking all the afrolatin flavour in their suitcase, spreading the sweaty love in their wild Guacamayo Tropical parties in Madrid and their Festival Guacamayo in the mountains near Madrid. Their sessions are characterized by the integration of organic musical instruments such as Colombian gaita, tamboras and djembe, and even typical and native dances switched up with digital beats. Also, they explore new sounds created from traditional roots with a slightly digital edge. Hearty, lively rhythms and flood the crowd with a colorful wave of love, joy and Cumbia! Inspired by earthly ancestral trips, they show us a path, an idea and a project aimed at challenging the senses on all fronts, shooting out sounds explosively charged with good vibes, light and hope.
http://guacamayotropical.com/
https://soundcloud.com/guacamayotropical
https://youtu.be/60NMZHXdYqg

The Silly Tang (UK/FR – Madrid)
The Silly Tang has been ripping parties for the last 5 years all accross the UK channel and into latino spheres. Playing alongside names such and Randall and J-Man in the Jungle music scene and rocking up some Gypsy Folk next to names such as Balkan Hotsteppers or Innamorati. He has now settled to live tangly in Madrid, Spain to start continue producing more delightful tangoloid sounds, between dub, cumbia and ancestral latino folklore. He has released dubby cumbia tunes on Andalucian label Caballito and on Chilean label Regional. Also he’s part of the La Selva crew known for their tropical sweaty sounds.
https://soundcloud.com/thesillytang_laselva

Rebel Up SebCat (Bxl)
The infamous Rebel Up! parties are no secret to the Brussels global underground, for over 10 years promoting new sounds where possible. From the freshest and bounciest global tunes, to ethnic electronic bass and digital folklore, it’s all there to hear and feel in their tapes, remixes and the monthly radio show Rebel Up Nightshop on Radio Campus Bxl & Radio Groovalizacion. This year will also mark the birth of Rebel Up! Records, a vinyl & digital label for special global sounds. Expect urban folk & electronic tunes from the global south and diaspora. Select global, play local!
www.rebelup.org
https://soundcloud.com/rebeluppa
https://www.mixcloud.com/Rebel_Uppa/
https://www.mixcloud.com/RebelUpNightshop/

Mr Orange (Lowup, Bxl)
a Brussels based music aficionado and founder of both the infamous Los Hermanos Brothers and Lowup. His musical universe is broader then broadway and he’s also active as a sound designer for theater and film. In his more informal playing moments he’s also known as Carrot or El sñr Naranja. Groovy tropicalism with a pinch of the unexpected and some tongue-in-cheek humour. Good music is timeless.
http://www.lowup.be/
https://soundcloud.com/lowuprecords
https://www.mixcloud.com/LOWUP/mr-orange-dance-till-your-feet-get-wet/

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▷▷▷ ENTRY: 23h…
Prix Libre (minimum 3€)
Beers : 1,50€
Special cheap cocktails by NGHE mishmash loca crew!

▷▷▷ ADDRESS
Place : Barlok, Av du Port 53bis
1080 Molenbeek, Bruxelles

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Rebel Up! 10 Year Anniversary > 3 day wild weekender in BE & NL

9, 10 to 11 March > our Rebel Up! 10 Year Anniversary!!!!
a 3 day wild weekender in BE & NL

Thu 9 March, De Vooruit, Gent,  Outer Limits Club & Rebel Up!
with Gato Preto (MZ/GH/DE), Ibaaku (SN) & Octa Push (PT/GW)
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Fri 10 March, Recyclart, Brussels > Nightshop Rebel Up! 10 Years
with Ibaaku (SN) & Octa Push (PT/GW) + Derya Yildirim & Grup Şimşek (TR/EU)
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Sat 11 March, OCCII, Amsterdam
with Derya Yildirim & Grup Şimşek (TR/EU) + Zea & Afework Nigussie (NL/ET)
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Sat 8 Oct > Rebel Up! & friends @ PsychoCumbia, BokalRoyal, Bxl

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Saturday, time to go loco with cumbia again! 🙂
with a lineup of friends.

Memo Pimiento (MX / Bxl)
Memo Pimiento Electric Orchestra is a fusion of electro music with the cumbia culture root, analog and digital modified machines supported by an acoustic percussionist, live singer and visuals. Let’s get inside a Mexican Barrio atmosphere!

Rebel Up! SebCat (Bxl)
Cumbia cumbia cumbia in all sounds possible, from vintage to heavy bass from allover Latin America.

Pedrolito (AR/Bxl)
Our Argentinian partner in crime who just moved to Bxl, part of the amazing Muevelo crew from Paris. Expect all Latin American dancefloor cumbia & beats.

DJ BARRT (Bxl)
Barrt is an independant dj with a huge selection of music played old school style, turn tables. Genres include electric, acid, house and more to keep your mind wandering untill the sun comes up.

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21h til late….
prix libre / free donation
@ Bokal Royal
Rue Royale 123BXL

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Sat 20 Sept > Rebel Up! Soundclash & A/V Club @ OCCII, A’dam w/ The Space Lady (US), Watenga hiphop crew (TZ), Pyramyth label & more..

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Rebel Up & A/V Club once again join forces for an eclectic collab night this saturday with concerts, tunes and afterparty.
c-c-check > > > > > > >

SPACE LADY (US)
T H E S P A C E L A D Y is a street-performing singer based in Colorado, USA. Originally beginning on the streets of Boston in the late 70s and has recently begun playing again She has travelled through the stars to bring us the most wonderfully alien take on electronic street-song, channelled through a soul that has taken in UFO sightings, hiding from the US government, homelessness, communing, hitchhiking, and over two decades of playing the street corners, storefronts, and subways of America. A Casio battery-powered keyboard, vocal mic and echo & phaser controls are all the ingredients required for a live experience to align the spheres.

BIRD PEOPLE (AT)
Bird People is the solo and collaborative project of Uli Rois, who also runs Feathered Coyote Records. Aural celebrations…
More : http://bird-people.bandcamp.com/
+ Colectivo Døg VJ team & DJ Boris Becker

AFTERPARTY : Rebel Up! Soundclash Presents :

WATENGWA (TZ)
Watengwa is an East African hiphop collective from the slums of Kijenge ya juu Arusha, Tanzania. Watengwa are pursuing positive ways to confront and survive street life. While their music is deeply embedded in African perspectives and realities, they have been influenced by Western hip-hop legends.
http://www.watengwamusic.com/
https://www.facebook.com/watengwarecs

GAMEFACE
GameFace (who co-owns the Pyramyth label with Blvck) is a Dutch performer that produces mind-altering and breathtakingly dark (Trap) tunes
https://www.facebook.com/OfficialGameFace
https://soundcloud.com/officialgameface

+ Rebel Up! dj’s > with a set of arabic & turkish hiphop, ethnic beats and more.

see FB event here or see the OCCII site for full info

doors: 21:00
damage: 6€
Amstelveenseweg 134, Oud Zuid
A’dammie

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sat 16 Nov > Rebel Up! Soundclash & In OK/Out KO present @ OCCII, A’dam; Cinema Soloriens (Marshall Allen -Sun Ra-, James Harrar etc) & the films of Hisham Mayet (Sublime Frequencies) + Rebel Up! afterparty w/ Sublime Frequencies

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CINEMA SOLORIENS – 20th Anniversary Celebration with special guests, acts and multi sets of electro acoustic and electronic odyssey.

Since beginning this ambitious project 18 years ago with Marshall Allen, leader of The Sun Ra Arkestra, filmmaker/musician James Harrar sees Cinema Soloriens as a constantly evolving creative and spiritual learning center. It is a multi-media performance consisting of James Harrar’s experimental and highly personal film and video images with a live musical rendering of soundtracks for each film. The musical concepts are created, directed and performed by Harrar (tenor sax, flute, bulbul tarang, reeds, voice and effects) with Marshall Allen (alto sax, flute, keyboards, EVI and effects) and Rogier Smal (percussion and electronics) plus a stellar changing line-up of gifted musicians such as Anne Laberge, Yedo Gibson, Vasco Trilla and Arvind Ganga.

The project places attention on Artist collaboration, exploring the moving image with live performance and when combined, an attempt to reveal deeper levels of interpretation within Harrar’s visceral film poems. These presentations also celebrate the early beginnings of cinema, providing live music to support and elevate the silent movie experience. Any musical incarnation of Cinema Soloriens reveals a group possessing a penchant for psychedelic rock, outre ethnological improvisations and Marshall Allen approved jazzy stomps of which these performances deliver in equal measure.

LINE UP:

set 01 trio :
James Harrar – tenor, ethnic reeds, EVI, voice and electronics
Marshall Allen – alto, flute, EVI, keyboard and effects
Rogier Smal – Drums, percussion.

set 02 big band :
James Harrar – tenor, ethnic reeds, EVI, voice and electronics
Marshall Allen – alto, flute, EVI, keyboard and effects
Rogier Smal – drums, percussion.
Anne Laberge. flutes.
Yedo Gibson. saxophones.
Vasco Trilla. drums.
Arvind Ganga guitar.

Sublime Frequencies in North and West Africa: The films of Hisham Mayet

Exhilarating, hallucinatory, harrowing, ecstatic and surreal, Hisham Mayet’s films and audio collections reveal a region’s rituals, rhythm and landscape, with an aesthetic of extra-geography and soulful experience. Employing an unflinching methodology that continues to inspire contemporaries and audience alike, his many documentaries have been redefining the nature of ethnographic film, and continue to provoke and amaze in equal measure.

Vodoun Gods on the Slave Coast
A Film By Hisham Mayet
Sublime Frequencies – 50 minutes/2012

Hisham Mayet’s exploration of West African possession ceremonies continues in Benin. The cradle and birthplace of Voodoo, Benin was formerly known as the Slave Coast, and most of the slave industry was exported from its shores. Voodoo worship is integral to the every day lives of the people of Benin. This film, shot in 2010 during the country’s rich Vodoun celebrations, is an impressionistic lens on the myriad ceremonies that this rich and diverse culture has to offer. Showcasing intimate observations of a variety of Voodoo ceremonies: The cult of Sakpata (god of pestilence and healing), Egoun dramas shrouded in magisterial costumes and the secret police of the Zangbeto nightwatchmen, among other highlights. This will be the premiere screening of this visual feast.

Mayet will be premiering this brand new film as well as discussing his methodology and that of Sublime Frequencies, a label he founded with Alan and Richard Bishop in 2003. Highlights will include stories of his experiences with the now legendary clutch of Saharan guitar groups (Group Doueh, Bombino, Inerane) he came upon in the region, as well as sharing his many adventures travelling and documenting possession ceremonies in the Sahel for the last 10 years.

Followed by the AFTERPARTY with Rebel Up! Soundclash dj’s + Hisham Mayet for a rough exploration into global lo-fi rock and pop, unheard ethnographics and exotic dance sounds and other special outerworldly sounds.

programme >
door                                                                                         21:00 – 04:00
Sublime Frequencies film Hisham Mayet + q/a            21:30 – 23:00
Cinema Soloriens (2 x set 30 min)                                    23:00 – 00:30
Afterparty Rebel Up! Soundclash + Hisham Mayet     00:30 – 04:00

8€ in
@OCCII
Amstelveensweg 134
Amsterdam Oud-Zuid

http://www.occii.org
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