All summer Rebel Up @ BRUZZ radio every tuesday from 21h – 22h

Rebel Up radio will continue this summer on BRUZZ Radio.
Every tuesday from 21h – 22h (instead of our normal weekly hour from 3h – midnight).

Our show on tuesday 30 June will be in honour of DR Congo’s 60 years of independence.

Tune in live via www.bruzz.be/live
Afterwards, the shows are uploaded to our Rebel Up & Bruzz playlist on Mixcloud with full tracklist.

Tonight Sat 20 June, Rebel Up @ World Refugee Day livesteam + Rebel Up Global Sessions livestream *Souh American Female DJ* special

Today is World Refugee Day!
This afternoon & evening, World Refugee Day livestream via Radio Rood / de Koer / Bij’ De Vieze Gasten from Gent with Osama Abdulrasol, Soundroutes, WHO DAT and a DJ set Rebel Up SebCat around 19h30, tune in live!

All info & livestream > FB event

and also tonight, another evening of Rebel Up Global Sessions livestream, South American Female special with DJ’s House of Pris (BR/Miami) and Pezon (CO/Madrid).

Tune in from 22H CET for 2 hours of female power.
FB event
livestream > https://www.twitch.tv/rebeluppa

New release: ‘Free The System’ single EP by Dandana

Free The System!’ is the new single EP by the band Dandana, to be released on Friday 19 June on Rebel Up Records. Including an ancestral afrofuturist remix by Afro-Dutch producer Philou Louzolo.

‘Free The System!’ is about the gap between the older generation and the younger generation. The old system can’t easily deal with young or new idea’s. The current global pandemic and Black Lives Matter movement clearly show us that the system needs to be changed, we have to free ourselves from it.

The videoclip premiered on Pan African Music blog (see article)
check here:

and also international UK blog The Ransom Note did an article about the remix by Afro Dutch producer Philou Louzolo and the videoclip. see here >

DANDANA is a collective band of musicians from the Netherlands, Senegal and The Gambia with members Bas Ackermann, Ebou Gaye Mada, Filly Dioma, Jackson Loman, Joop de Graaf and Modou Joof. Together they chose to let go of the past and take a new musical path. Their sound pays tribute to traditional West African rhythm & grooves, with instruments from Senegal and The Gambia such as sabar, xalam and balafon with live drums, electronic drum pads and a range of vintage synthesizers. Inspired by West African psychedelic mandingue pioneers Guelewar, Ifang Bondi & Touré Kunda to the synth-driven vibes of bands like Air & Tame Impala. “Free the System” will take you on a journey through a new universe.

Follow Dandana here:
https://www.facebook.com/dandana.sound
https://www.instagram.com/dandana_sound
https://dandana.bandcamp.com/releases
https://rebeluprecords.bandcamp.com


Rebel Up Global Sessions livestream Festa Afro Tuga #2 hostedy by Blacksea Nao Maya (Principe, Lisboa)

Tonight, Festa Afro Tuga special #2 livestream hosted by Blacksea Não Maya Official (Príncipe Discos / Lisboa, margem sul) with DJ Kolt, Noronha & Petit > starts at 21H CET / 20H Tuga time on our Twitch channel.

FB event here

Rebel Up @ Radio Rood Recyclart livestream, 3 live bands & DJ’s

Tomorrow saturday 6 June, Radio Rood is organising their weekly livestreaming event at Recyclart in Brussels, with an eclectic linup of live bands and DJ’s.

Trio schroothoop will play a short live set at 16h, not to be missed! Followed by a DJ set of Rebel Up SebCat with sounds of unity & disobedience. Our good friends of Stakattak & Stadskanker will play after, and ending with vintage rockabilly of Fifty Foot Combo and Radio Rood dj’s.

And sorry to disappoint you, but this event is NOT open to the public. Please join us online.

Info & FB event here.

New release on Rebel Up Records 27.05 > Schroothoop – Klein Gevaarlijk Afval (pre-order vinyl now)

hey all,

New release coming up on Rebel Up Records this wednesday 27.05
the debut mini album Klein Gevaarlijk Afval by Brussels world jazz trio schroothoop.

mysterious world jazz with DIY instruments

Brussels-based trio schroothoop (Dutch for ‘junk yard’)
is formed by Rik Staelens (wind & string instruments), Timo Vantyghem (bass & clarinet) and Margo Maex (percussion).
Their tribal oriented debut mini-album titled ‘Klein Gevaarlijk Afval’ (Small Dangerous Waste) features homemade instruments built from lost and found objects like scrap wood, old metal or anything that would end up in a landfill. The band’s music is infused with sounds from around the world orchestrated by PVC flute melodies, jerry can beats and washtub bass lines.

Mysterious world jazz with Northern African chaabi, South American reggaeton, Eastern oriental melodies and Afro-Cuban rhythms, resulting in a danceable and hypnotic trip through the Brussels melting pot.

Post production and mixed by David ‘Dijf’ Sanders and mastered by Jürgen de Blonde (KOHN).

Artwork by Eva Lynen on screen-printed on cardboard covers in the studio of the Brussels collective Hashët. Limited to 15 handmade vinyl copies only. Sold out already, but end of June we expect a proper vinyl release of the album in bigger numbers. Available digital on our Bandcamp, as well as the official vinyl pre-order at discounted price for 1 week.

VIDEO ‘Obsolescence Programmée
Stop motion clip made by Timo and Margo on a vacant lot in Jette.