Rebel Up SebCat will be at WOMEX in Porto this week, for the expo, showcase and as part of the Global Club Music Network. An amazing lineup with lots of international global artists in various venues in the Porto city center. See here for tickets to the festival evening & night showcases.
Every year the GCMN hosts a free afterparty for all on the Womex opening night. On wednesday 27.10 pre/afterparty at Ferro Bar (next Sao Bento train station) from 18h to 4am, on 2 DJ levels (rooftop & main room) with this lineup:
Kosta Kostov (DE/BG) DJ Ali T (DE/MR) DJ Makala (ES) Darius Darek (DE/PL) Oonga (Montreal, CA) David Chávez aka Sound Culture (Chicago, US) Rebel Up Sebcat (Brussels, BE) DJ Chris Tofu (London, UK) Boris Viande (FR) & more TBC
On friday 29.10 (16h30-17h30) the GCMN has their annual networking session at the Womex conference, to meet people from our global club scene and make connections. Info here.
Last tuesday was our Rebel Up show at BRUZZ radio. We had special guest Susobrino in the studio, the young electro-organic musician who talked about his new EP Pocualeito, out on the Kebrada label of Dengue Dengue Dengue. Also tunes by KOKOKO!, Biomigrant, TisDass and Les Freres Jackfruit.
Listen or watch the recorded videostream below >>>
psssst, this thursday a last minute concert to announce of international desert rock group TisDass from Niger. read all below….
This thursday 21.10, Rebel Up & NGHEMediatheque organise a special concert at Zonneklopper social community venue.
with TisDass, band from Niger led by songwriter Kildjate Moussa Albadé. Assouf tamashek songs in desert blues and rock style, singing about peace, unity and the power of music. Listen to their new album ‘Amanar’ , released in september. Other members of the band include Mohamed Assaleh (guitar), Souleymane Bouba Hamidine (bass) and Ichaya Issoufou Dan Nana (drums).
Warmup concert by Chien Fer. Banjo punky vibes.
+ Food (Sahara style, free price / prix libre) + NGHE & Rebel Up vinyl sounds support.
Our latest Rebel Up Nightshop show for October is uploaded! +3 hours of new global albums & sounds. 3 songs of the day via India, La Reunion and Berlin. Our albums of the month take us to Egypt (Juju Sounds) via Zimbabwe mbira sounds (Awesome Tapes From Africa), Balimaya Project mandé trad funk from UK (Jazz ReFreshed), the tamashek rock by the band TisDass from Niger and Brussels experimental duo Trance Plantations (WERF). Upping the tempo with global groove beats by Stereo Utopia (Melting Records), psychedelic vallenato cumbia by Meridian Brothers & Conjunto Media Luna (Bongo Joe), warm south american electronics by Biomigrant, thumb piano electronics by blind Sierra Leone singer Sorie Kondi with his electronic Kondi Band (Strut) and uptempo afrotronics by ONIPA band. Dancehall bass producer The Bug launches a bass molotov cocktail with ‘Fire’ (Ninja tune) and closing off with spanish asturian bass by Llevólu’l Sumiciu (Samain Music).
This friday 15.10 at the closing party of Festival Resistencia Indigena at Casa Nicaragua in Liege! Organised by Indentité Amerique Indienne asbl with a focus on indigenous cultures in Latin America.
From 16h onwards there are workshops and expositions zapatista, dinner at 18h and at 20h concerts by the bands Tropicant and Tambor Caraibe.From 23h the afterparty will kick off with Dj sets by Baylena Selektah, Rebel Up SebCat and Le Grand Mechant Loop.
All info here or here. @ La Casa Nicaragua Rue Pierreuse 23 – 4000 Liège
On saturday 16.10 Rebel Up SebCat& Fresh Nunas will play global sounds at Antidote from 22h to 2h30 Before there is a concert next door at Volta by The Oneironauts x Roselien, good combo! Plus there is food at Antidote, from pasta to pizza.
This friday 08.10 a special Maloya concert @ Muziekpubique by La Reunion group LiNDiGo
It has been twenty years since the group LiNDiGo, led by Olivier Araste, has been cited as one of the most popular Maloya groups. However, his approach is neither locked in nostalgia nor in the shackles of a sterile memory. Foundations serve the momentum, and roots build the future. Their motto: “When you know where you’re coming from, you know where you’re going”, their style: Maloya Power. They already have more than 1000 concerts and six albums to their credit.
On stage, their jubilant trance, as distinctive as it opens up to new horizons, contaminates all audiences. Lindigo is a love story for this dear pebble called Réunion, for its land from which rhythm springs, its sky which offers dreams and its ocean which leads to the discovery of other worlds. It is a love story for music, this maloya that unites ancestors and their grandchildren, which gives men and women the strength of pure feelings, adventure and sharing. Lindigo is generous fellowship, a celebration of life present, past and future.
Warmup & afterparty in the foyer in collaboration with Rebel Up and Drache Musicale.
Limited to 200 places, best reserve your ticket here.