Saturday 15 Dec > Rebel Up Leblanc & Front Chaud @ Bonnefooi, Bxl

We play with fire, it will be very hot. Feet, heart and between the legs. With big sound, by our wholesalers-specialists of tropical nuggets from all over the world. Between folk, pop and electro but especially everything you never hear on the radio or with your pirated streaming subscription.

Rebel Up Leblanc will represent Rebel Up on this night hosted by Front Chaud aka Rico Medeiros of Drache Musicale.


http://drachemusicale.blogspot.com

from 23h til very late…. afterparty hours.
FB event

@ Bonnefooi
Rue des Pierres / Steenstraat 8

Fri 19 Oct > Rebel Up Records album release party Marockin’ Brass @ Met X, Les Marolles Bxl

Rebel Up is proud to present their 7th release > the album release party of Brussels/Moroccan gnawa jazz band Marockin’ Brass, who will present their new album ‘Beats & Pieces’ for the first time during an in-house concert at MetX in les Marolles!  and what better > FREE IN!

Marockin’ Brass is the brainchild band of jazz composer/music maker Luc Mishalle, together with Brussels Moroccan musicians such as Maalem Driss Filali (guimbri, vocals), Abdessamad Semlali and Badr Derras, aided by percussionist Roel Poriau (Think of One / Antwerp Gyspy Ska Orchestra) and Tunisian electronic beatmaker Sofyann Ben Youssef (Kel Assouf, Ammar808). Also this big band is aided by Brussels multicultural musicians Esinam Dogbatse, Jean-Paul Estievenart, Veronique Delmelle, Pascal Rousseau, Jean Gnonlonfoun and a string of guest musicians.

Expect some steaming gnaoua or sweaty shaabi-funk accompanied by some redhot brass and free flowing jazz that will blow the sand out of your ears!
You can already listen to and pre-order the album via Bandcamp.

🎵 Extra warmup performance by VelotroniX & afterparty with Rebel Up (DJ set)

🎵 The album will be released on vinyl, through Rebel Up and on CD, through on our own A-Shams. Both for sale at the event!!

All info > FB event / website

doors: 19h30 > FREE IN!
@ MetX,
De Lenglentierstraat 20
1000 Brussel

Thu 23 aug > Rebel Up & Friends session @ Kiosk Radio & party @ Bonnefooi, Bxl

hello friends!
we are back for a small week and playing in Brussels the next few days.on thursday 23/08, we will start with a Rebel Up & Friends livestream session at Kiosk Radio, and followed in the night with a party in Bonnefooi.

We will play from 17:00 to 19:00 @ Kiosk Radio in Parc de Bruxelles, with special guest Rebel Up Duckfood all the way from Rotterdam. Come hang and dance at the Kiosk bar or tune in on the livestream via Kiosk Radio or Rebel Up FB page.

And from 23:00 onwards, we will spin all night at the Bonnefooi, Rebel Up dj crew SebCat & Duckfood and special guest DJ Pinchado (La Boca, Buenos Aires, ARG). Global sounds from all corners of the world, from vintage to tropical to underground.
FREE IN as always.

FB event here.
@ Steenstraat 7 Rue des Pierres
1000, Bxl

See you around!

Sat 19 May @ Africa Is / In The Future festival, Cinema Nova, Bxl

from 17 to 19 may is the Africa Is / In The Future festival for 3 days in various locations allover Brussels; Pointculture Botanique, Bozar, Cinema Nova and La Bellone. See the full programme here.

On saturday is the final party of the festival at Cinema Nova, with support by Rebel Up.

19:00 Table d’hôtes / veggie kitchen

20:00 > 21:00
Performance DJing, video, 3D
In memory of Logobi :  an installation about the collective black amnesia in France. by Christelle Oriyi, dj, producer, freelance, sound designer and french critic.

Oriyi proposes a multidisciplinary project combined with DJing, video and 3D where she shows the hybrid and unprecedented nature of the urban Logobi music style at the crossroads between Belgian hard-tech and Ivory Coast’s offbeat coupé décaler. It’s the story of an immediate contemporary history that has been voluntarily forgotten. That of the Logobi dance, born in the early 2000s in the neighborhoods of Abidjan in Ivory Coast.

21h > 22h
Concert
MC Black Odhiambo (KY)
Charismatic slammer and rapper, Blak Odhiambo lives in Kibera, the gigantic ghetto south Nairobi, capital of Kenya. Kibera is a lively neighbourhood, from where a good share of the artistic energy of the Kenyan capital emerges. He draws his inspiration from reggae, Kenyan music, rap, but also in unlikely encounters with the sandstone of his urban wanderings. He will present his new multimedia project: Panthera Leo.

22h > 23h30
Dj Raph & Nita (KY/ AT)
Producer, electronic musician and dj from Nairobi. On Sacred Groves, Dj Raph trains complex electronic music and Pan African ethnographic field recordings. His live set is a virtuoso juggling of beats and voices of the past. Sampling and looping on the fly, he creates hypnotic moments of insight into a timeless universe that blends modern electronic bass, African chants, and traditional rhythms. He avoids kitschy or clichéd clothing, but seeks out the essence of African dance music. Live visuals by Austrian VJ Nita.

23h30 > 5h
Afterparty!
Dj Set Rebel Up! SebCat (Bxl)
+ Christelle Oriyi (FR)
+ PAM | PanAfrican Music (FR)
+ DJ Jigüe (CU)

10€ / 8€
@ Cinéma Nova
Rue d’Arenberg 3 | 1000 Bruxelles

All info: FB event, Cinema Nova site + full programme.

Thu 23 Nov: Turkish Pyschedelic Groove night with Derya Yildirim & Grup Şimşek concert, afterparty with Rebel Up, Radio Martiko & Front Chaud

A very special night of Bonnefooi Invites, in collaboration with Rebel Up, with some very special guests
Derya Yildirim & Grup Şimşek (TR/DE/FR/IT/GB)

Young singer/multi-instrumentist Derya Yıldırım teams up with fantastic drummer Greta Eacott (G-Bop Orchestra / One-Take records) and 3 quarters of Catapulte Records’ Orchestre du Montplaisant (Antonin Voyant, Graham Mushnik, Andrea Piro). With members originating from Turkey, Germany, France, Italy and Great Britain, Grup Şimşek (pronounce « Shimshek ») encapsulates the Outernational generation.

Upon hearing Turkey’s Derya Yildirim, it only takes a few seconds until your soul willingly allows itself to be bowled over. This singer/multi-instrumentalist namely possesses a unique voice that exudes both melancholy and longing. Musically, she is accompanied by Grup Şimşek that excels with its hypnotic Anatolian psych-pop. Turkish folk, grooves and psychedelica. Aside from own compositions, Derya Yildirim also interprets gems by Turkish artists like (protest)singer Selda Bağcan, rock pioneer Barış Manço, Moğollar and the Turkish poet Nazım Hikmet. After their amazing performance at the 10 Years of Rebel Up party in Recyclart last march and more recently at the Feeerieen festival by Ancienne Belgique in August, be sure to get in on time for a good spot to shake & cry with us.

Listen to her 4 song EP ‘Nem Kaldi’ , co-released by Les Disques Bongo Joe & Catapulte Records in early 2017, to capture her deeply melancholic voice and the eloquently groovy sounds by Grup Şimşek.
https://lesdisquesbongojoe.bandcamp.com/album/nem-kaldi

DJ Support & afterparty by Rebel Up SebCat, Radio Martiko & Front Chaud of Drache Musicale
Eastern vinyls & sounds in Turkish, Greek, Gypsy, Tsifteteli, Sefardic, Yugo etc folk, pop & rock sounds and much more global tunes from beyond the everlasting horizon.
http://www.radiomartiko.be/
https://www.mixcloud.com/radiomartiko/stream/
https://soundcloud.com/radio-martiko
https://www.mixcloud.com/DracheMusicale/

FREE IN, get in early to grab a good spot 

FB event
@ Bonnefooi

Rue des Pierres / Steenstraat 8