Decolonize black friday

At Rebel Up Records we want to see the decolonization of Black Friday and support global music culture without any colonial strings attached.

15% discount on all items on our Bandcamp page until tomorrow 28.11, use code ‘friday’ at checkout. Check our latest releases of Kaito Winse, DANDANA, Satanique Samba Trio, schroothoop, African Electronic Diaspora compilation and much more >>> https://rebeluprecords.bandcamp.com

2 new vinyl releases out on Rebel Up Records > Dandana & Kaito Winse

2 new Rebel Up vinyl releases arrived on friday > DANDANA and Kaito Winse, Gambian-Senegalese-Dutch Wolof funk sounds and Burkinabé griot music. Artwork by Bas Ackermann / Efeb and Lucile Gautier.

Available as gatefold vinyl (Dandana) and vinyl + CD (Kaito Winse).
Want one? Hit us up or check it out on our Bandcamp > www.rebeluprecords.bandcamp.com

Rebel Up show @ BRUZZ radio online, videostream interview w/ Coreysan & Nuri

Here our latest 2 weekly Rebel Up radio show on BRUZZ.

In this show we had interviews with British-Trinidadian artist Coreysan about his new album “Deeper Than Skin” on Blind Colour and with Tunisian producer & percussionist Nuri about his new album “Irun” on Shouka. Hosted by Rebel Up SebCat and Omar Hobo.

TRACKLISTING:
Bounaly – Takamba (Music from Saharan WhatsApp 10)
INTERVIEW WITH COREYSAN
Coreysan – Deeper Than Skin
Coreysan – Treasure
Ink Project – Feeding The Fire feat. Coreysan
Aquiles Navarro & Tcheser Holmes – Plantains
Aquiles Navarro & Tcheser Holmes – Remix by Madam Data
INTERVIEW WITH NURI
Nuri – AK7EL
Nuri – MOSR

Rebel Up Nightshop #78 November radio show online

Rebel Up Nightshop radio show of this month November for Radio Campus Bruxelles has just been dropped online now!

+3 hours of fresh global sounds between free jazz, gnawa, afrobeat, traditional, tropical, dub, bass and more! with songs & albums by Aquiles Navarro & Tcheser Holmes on International Anthem, BANTU on Soldedad, JISR on Free Soul Inc., Satanique Samba Trio on Rebel Up, compilation La Locura de Machuca on ANALOG AFRICA, Kukaya on 1000Hz, Coreysan on Blind Colour, Nuri on Shouka, Los Bulldozer on Galletas Calientes Records, Vudufa on Basy Tropikalne, James Stewart & Ayuune Suley on Mawimbi, Arp Frique on Rush Hour, Maleza on Secousse and Burkina Azza with Les Frères Jackfruit.

Show uploaded here, tune in >>>

Today 06.11 = Bandcamp Friday > 10% discount on all items at Rebel Up Records

hey all, it’s Bandcamp Friday today!
For 24H they waive their fees in support of artists and record labels, such a heartwarming action.
With Rebel Up Records we give 10% discount on all items,
use this code at checkout > bandcampfridaynov

https://rebeluprecords.bandcamp.com

Rebel Up & Friends session @ Kiosk Radio w/ live set by Rokeya (IT)

This afternoon is our monthly Rebel Up & Friends session on Kiosk Radio, with SebCat (at 16h) and special guest Rokeya (at 18h) with a live set streamed from Italy’s Adriatic coast.
Tune in and follow the streams via the Kiosk Radio website, live on their Mixcloud or via their new app. (The sessions will not stream anymore on Facebook due to the copyright cuts)

new digital release on Rebel Up Records: Satanique Samba Trio – Forrível, Halloween / Dia das Bruxas special mini album

Satanique Samba Trio is back with another mini-album, made during this everlasting confinement.

F O R R Í V E L – Halloweeen / Dia das Bruxas special, get it on our Bandcamp.

After 10 albums dedicated to the aesthetical disassembling of Brazilian music’s most recurrent clichés, Satanique Samba Trio aims its ongoing research at a new formula for musical fuckery: the artificial combination between forró, the popular Brazilian groovy rhythm and horror synth, the not-so-popular music genre extracted from old keyboard-ridden horror film scores.

Think of what would happen if the most syncopated of all Brazilian folk rhythms incorporated a bunch of obsolete-but-nowadays-trendy giallo soundtrack tropes.
Mathematically speaking, forró + horror synth = forrór synth. And that is where Forrível is coming from.

Well, enough of homework. It’s Halloween once again (or Dia das Bruxas – Witches Day, as it’s called in Brazil) – and it’s raining in Brazil. As we are slowly descending into a renewed global lockdown, here some soundtrack sounds for these dark times.

Brasilia, Brazil October 2020