Fri 14.02 > Rebel Up curates Art Truc Troc festival opening night @ Bozar, Bxl

This friday night, Rebel Up curates the opening night of the Art Truc Troc festival at Bozar museum.

Art Truc Troc & Design is a yearly art festival under the motto: “Support contemporary ART, recycle your TRUC and feel free to make a TROC ”.

A large selection of artists will present works made from recycled materials or around the theme of recycling and of the great environmental challenge. Plus many workshops that raise awareness of environmental issues and recycling will also await you in the exhibition.

Rebel Up curates the opening party with DJ’s and an art expo around the dj booth by Brussels artists Yaya Recycle and Pierre Ow.

We invited our good friend, dj & producer Ion Din Anina from Sevilla, Andalucia, Spain. Ion din Anina is a multi-faceted DJ, producer and organiser of amazing global parties in Sevilla and around. Music of the past, present and future; from traditional global music to new electronic currents, spanning from Latin America to the Carpathians; generating a global sound where the rhythms of this and other planets have a place.
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Brussels local support by Rebel Up DJ’s SebCat & LeBlanc, Drache Musicale (Radio Panik) and Didi & Ani of the Tropical DJispies. Expect some global eclectic sounds to bounce to!

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dj sets from 21:00 to 03:00
@ Bozar Museum, Rotonde Bertouille

Thu 14 Feb > Rebel Up SebCat & Drache Musicale dj support @ Glitterbeat presents: Kel Assouf album launch, Ancienne Belgique, Bxl

Hello all!

Big thanks to those who came out in full force to our Festa Afro Tuga night, what an amazing night it was!

This thursday, Rebel Up SebCat & Drache Musicale will spin warm up & afterparty tunes at the album launch of Brussels based tuareg rock band Kel Assouf in Ancienne Belgique. On friday 15 feb their album ‘Black Tenere’ will be released on the international label Glitterbeat, so this is the true avant premiere!

About that: After their acclaimed album Tikounen, Kel Assouf return with an even more transformative collection: Black Tenere. Produced by the band’s keyboardist Sofyann Ben Youssef, the mastermind behind the highly touted AMMAR 808, the new album strips things back to a power trio lineup and focuses on the crackling, forward-looking energy of Nigerien front man Anana Ag Haroun’s next level Kel Tamashek (Tuareg) rock songs, aided by percussionist Olivier Penu.
Listen here to the opening tune or check out this live video from a few months ago.

Tickets: 15€ presale or at the door.

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@ Ancienne Belgique, AB Club
Anspachlaan 110
1000 Bxl