Starting at the Studio CityGate > It’s open doors at the CityGate the whole weekend, free in and lots going on, from BBQ to open studios, expo, workshops, live painting to performances, and also live sessions by the Berlin & Israel based freejazz group Spiritczualic Enhancement Center, Daniel Dzidzonu and many deejays. Rebel Up will play a 1,5 hour global dj set from 23h til 0h30.
see the full programme in their FB event. doors from 12h in afternoon @ Studio CityGate, Petite Ile 1, Anderlecht
Afterwards Rebel Up SebCat will go & spin at the Yoppeleyeppe fundraiser party in Collectif Au Quai. Fundraiser for the yearly social camp & festival Borgofuturo in Italy. During the party we will present “Borgofuturo Social Camp #3”, a 3 days gathering made of debates, workshops and live shows where people can meet, share ideas and imagine a more sustainable society.
They guide you into a multicultural psychedelic travel around electronic world music passing by different cultures and continents.
with live concerts by Bob Corn (IT), Lava Lamp (AR) and much more. See all info in FB event.
5€ doors 19h – 4am @ Collectif Au Quai Quai du Hainaut 23 1080 Molenbeek
This saturday, Rebel Up SebCat plays at another Antitapas party in Studio CityGate.
Free food from 21-23h and a big international lineup, you know the drill.
LIVES Mop Mop Sounds System Ft. WAYNE SNOW (IT/NG -Berlin) afro funk fusion RHINO (FR/UK) beatmaker wizard NAFT (BE) bursting beats AÄLMA DILI (FR) balkan folk power Murman Tsuladze (GE) georgian sovjet disco Animals in Motion (CA/CH) flower folk
DJ-SETS Asia Bators – Le Triporteur – Murman Tsuladze & Zauri Makhatchkala – Rebel Up SebCat – Coqò djette – RADiO BiSTROT – Boochie
Jam’in Jette, Rebel Up & Giraffes & Penguins present: Jam’in Rebel Penguins! a global Brussels party night in 2 rooms with local & international live bands, live acts and deejays in La Bodega!
Live acts >
KEL ASSOUF – Tamashek rock, BXL Out of nostalgia and the loneliness of the desert, Brussels based band Kel Assouf builds music around the Touareg Tamashek culture and the fight against discrimination. Key figure Aboubacar ‘Anana’ Harouna, a fledged tamasheq from Niger, speaks with his guitar, and uses it as a means to claim his rights without bloodshed. With one foot in the desert and the other in the urban jungle, Anana writes about events from the Sahara to here, about life in exile and about freedom, peace and respect for all peoples in the world. After their first album ‘Tin Hinane’ (in 2010) and second album ‘Tikounen’ (2016), Kel Assouf evolved into a new sound on their new album ‘Black Tenere’, released earlier this month on Glitterbeat Records. Tunisian producer Sofyann Ben Youssef immersed the band in a surprisingly contemporary production and sound, which expresses a cry of impotence against violence, injustice and pollution in the world. The result? Desert rock with stirring drums, mesmerizing guitar riffs, psychedelic melodies and Tamasheg vocals. African rhythms played by rock musicians, bring Kel Assouf to the dance floor, somewhere between Brussels and Niamey. https://kel-assouf.bandcamp.com/album/black-tenere https://www.kelassouf.com
Ibaaku – electronic Senegal sounds, Dakar Born in Dakar, originally from Casamance, Ibaaku is a prolific artist; not only a producer but also a multi-instrumentalist, author, composer & radio host. Hip hop, beat, afro-futurism & experimental electronic music are blended with Senegalese references & remixed local sounds to represent the major influences of his first opus album ‘Alien Cartoon’. Let yourself go on the Seneg-Alien’s space shift to feel the unique power of cosmic Dakar nights! He will be joined by his Brussels VJ sidekick Ben Richard on live visuals. https://ibaaku.bandcamp.com/releases https://soundcloud.com/ibaaku https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CJt7dds5lXo&t=27s
Listen here to our Rebel Up radio show on Bruzz (tuesday) with a a special focus on the Festa Afro Tuga >
Silvino Branca Trio * live funaná * (Cabo Verde/Lisboa) Born in the neighbourhood of S. Domingos (Santiago island, Cabo Verde), Silvino Branca is an important figure in modern funaná, part of the generation that inherited the sound of Codé di Dona, Sema Lopi, Julinho, Bitori or Tchota Suari. Like them, Silvino Branca is a ‘homi di gaita’ (accordion man) and fully embodies the new funaná generation raised in the ghettos of Cabo Verde, where he started playing at the tender age of 7. With the inspiration and influence of the old masters, he brings traditional funaná in its newest accelerated style: Cotxi Pó. A wild mix of shorter funaná accordion melodies with abrupt changes and more obvious hypnotism, dropping lyrics and references to times of poverty, drought and persecution experienced by the previous generation. These roots, strength and muscle have made the Cotchi Pó style extremely popular in Cabo Verde. Silvino is joined by bass guitar player Carlos da Veiga (Julinho da Concertina / Pedrinho band) and his wife Maria Das Dores Diop on ferro. Their Cotxi Pó sound is feverishly psychedelic with long trance-like compositions, the pace never slows down. Can you keep up? Puxa! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=codTLJyjNpo https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y29W4pvANAk https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2fn2Zkk_jr4
CelesteMariposa (Lisboa) Wilson Vilares aka Celeste Mariposa started out in the techno scene but the powerful music of the PALOP countries lured him in and he became a true connoisseur of Luso-African music from Angola & Cabo Verde, Guinee Bissau, Sao Tomé and Lisboa. Celeste Mariposa is also a label imprint, releasing talented Luso-African artists living in the Lisboa area such as Chalo Correia and Julinho da Concertina (both played in Bxl the last few years). Expect psychedelic roots funaná, colafunk, electro passada, semba, rebita, kizomba roots and much more! https://soundcloud.com/celestemariposa
DJ Kolt (Lisboa/Sao Tomé / Príncipe Discos) Adjalme Noronha aka Kolt is the founding member of the Blacksea Não Maya crew from Lisboa on the other side of the Tejo river, known as Margem Sul. Together with Dj Perigoso, Dj Joker and his younger brother Noronha they have released 2 LP’s on the crunching Principe Discos label from Lisboa. The Blacksea Não Maya sound is an urban blend of Afro Portuguese ghetto beats, spanking percussion and electronic tones, like slower funaná crossed with the rudiments of kuduro, tarraxo and socopé rumba. His younger brother DJ Noronha played at our Festa Afro Tuga #2 night in 2017 and halfway his set the Brussels police stopped the party. that’s how wild it got. This time Kolt will take us till the end! https://soundcloud.com/black-ea-n-o-maya https://principediscos.bandcamp.com/album/calor-no-frioo-2
Phonetics (54Kolektiv) 54K crew are known in Brussels for their open eclectic parties combined with urban & social activism allover the city, where they counter against empty real estate, racism and human rights. Phonetics is one our brothers who understands the Afro Tuga vibe, playing all between kuduro, afrohouse and the current Afro Lisboa sound. https://soundcloud.com/dj-phonetics/freestyle-afro-mix
Calacas DJ’s DJ duo from Mechelen who are rabid vinyls collectors of all sounds Afro, tropical and PALOP. Expect the finest vinyl tunes from Cabo Verde to Guinné Bissau, Angola, & Sao Tomé. Wild! https://www.mixcloud.com/Calacasdj
CABO VERDE FOOD FROM 20H – 22H30 > CACHUPA!!! Nilza our Cabo Verdian chef friend, will cook a typical Cabo Verde dish. Cachupa is the national stew of slow cooked corn (hominy), beans, sweet potato and meat. Perfect for a night of heavy party. Price: 12 € Please reserve / reservez svp! BEFORE THURSDAY AFTERNOON as the Portuguese say: Quem nao reserva come restos. RESERVATIONS: firstname.lastname@example.org
+ local artisanal beers for 2€ / 3€ + Cabo Verdean grog & ponche shots + snacks during the night + Chill out space + Thai massage corner + VJ mapping by Maria Ilia + Heavy Afro Tuga sound
This thursday is the kickoff of the 7th BANG! festival. KultuurKaffee presents: BANG! #7 – the radical child edition
TRAVELLING ARTS FESTIVAL CURATED BY ALEX DEFORCE, KARLIEN TORFS & ARNE HUYSMANS.
Opening expo curated by Alex Deforce, with works of: JMH Berckmans, Atelier Brenda, Nick Defour, Dieter Durinck, Gerard Herman, Wim Jammaer, Maria Jerez, Bert Lezy, Jan Locus, Céline Mathieu, Amber Meulenijzer, Katja Louisa Stonewood, Janes Zeghers & Alex Deforce.
Festive opening of The Radical Child expo with brass band Les Fanfarettes.
ISLAM CHIPSY canceled, 𝕾𝕿ILL Featuring DEVON + FREWEINI (PAN label / NON Collective) as replacement act.
Unfortunately we received the sad news that Islam Chipsy & EEK will not make it to Brussels tonight. Statement by their agency: “On Monday 2 members of Islam Chipsy & EEK were involved in a car accident in Cairo which although not serious has left them with injuries that mean they will sadly be unable to perform at Bang Festival. They send their best wishes to all their fans in Brussels and hope to reschedule this performance for a later date’”
STILL featuring DEVON + FREWEINI will replace their spot in the line-up tickets: 7€ presale, 10€ door FB event / website
@ Studio CityGate Rue de la petite-ile / Klein Eiland 1, 1070 Anderlecht Bxl