Wedn 19 October > 10 Years of Global Club Music Network @ Titanic Sur Mer, Lisboa (PT)

Wednesday 19 Oct, the Global Club Music Network will celebrate their 10 years anniversary with a yearly opening afterparty at the Womex showcase festival.

The GCMN is a network of international DJ’s, producers, organisers and booking agents who work in the field of global club music, which Rebel Up is part of too.

The party will be at Titanic Sur Mer, an iconic riverside venue which can hold up to 200-250 people. There will be a live concert by Miroca Paris & band, a live dj set by Colombian DJ Guitto and dj sets by Rebel Up SebCat B2B Didi of Tropical Djipsies, Kosta Kostov, Makala, D Watts Riot, David Chavez Soundculture, Oonga, Boris Viande, Ali T, Chief Boima and more… plus also a jam outside on the riverside terrace.

Free in, doors 22h until 6am

For full info > FB event

new release > digital EP by Cameroon producer Nkom Bivoué – ‘Before Zeun Ya Yop’, afrohouse, gqom & afro bass

New digital release on Rebel Up Records.

Nkom Bivoué is a young Cameroon DJ/Producer based in the capital Yaoundé. After obtaining his master’s degree in Financial Management and Accounting, he decided to focus on music production. In 2016 he effectively started to learn computer assisted music. Six months later he produced his first demos (beats). It is only in January 2019 that he publishes his very first professional single, “Akelekui Tche” which in his native Beti language (one of the main languages of Cameroon) means “Until Morning”. He then released a second single, “Interstellar Anthem” with Austrian label Leisure Music Production in August 2019. After the release of several remixes in late 2019 and early 2020, he released his very first EP, “From The Stars” (6 tracks). hn august 2020 he released a track on the African Electronic Diaspora compilation on Rebel Up and he ended that year with a new EP, “Processus” and a single “No Lele”, in collaboration with the Ghanaian vocal artist Sizeless.

His new EP “Before Zeun Ya Yop” serves as a taste to his forthcoming album Zeun Ya Yop, which is filled with afrohouse, gqom, bass and afro EDM, to be released in July on his own Bandcamp artist page, follow him here >>
nkombivoue.bandcamp.com

Nkom Bivoué’s style is singular and new, which consists of mixing the rhythms and grooves of various African cultures with the sounds of EDM. But it is much more than Afro EDM, in fact it is his own unique Afro Euphoric Dance Music. He does not follow the trend, but listens to his heart and soul to generate unique emotions, through beautiful melodies. These oscillate well between festive,dancing moods and those inspiring or even meditative. As he likes to say, he is a “free thinker” and is even more so when it comes to creating and editing music. He often adds to this by saying “I don’t follow the trend but I do what I feel”. It is in this order of ideas, that he created a whole rather intriguing persona, where he represents a being, Extraterrestrial native of a distant planet called Sirún. He considers his fans as Sirúnians.

Buy/support here >>>>

Streaming here

Press/Radio/DJ feedback:

love Zeun Ya Yop! playlisting it on Secousse radio and can’t wait to drop it in the mix!
Etienne Tron (Secousse)

I always look forward to promos from Rebel Up. – Bob Hill (Ilicit Grooves Radio)

Radio play at WDR Cosmo on Cosmo Dance.

Sunday 13.06 > Rebel Up curates @ Albert Rooftop w/ Susobrino, Raql & Didi, Mont des Arts / Kunstberg, Bxl

This sunday afternoon until evening, Rebel Up curates @ Albert Culture, on the rooftop of Albertina bibliotheque (Mont des Arts / Kunstberg) with eclectic dj sets by SebCat, Susobrino and RaqL x Didi of Tropical DJipsies B2B set.

See you there in the sunshine?

From 15h to 22h, bar & restaurant.
FREE ENTRANCE
Before 17h entrance @ Kunstberg 28 Mont des Arts
After 17h entrance @ Museumplein 1 Place de la Musée
FB event here.

Rebel Up show @ BRUZZ with special guests Gingee & Muito Kaballa Power Ensemble

Here our latest Rebel Up show on BRUZZ radio, videostream and audio. We did interviews with American-Filipino global bass artist Gingee from Los Angeles, California, German band Muito Kaballa Power Ensemble and songs by Alsarah and Turma Do Bençao with Batida, tune in below.

Tonight 09.03 Rebel Up show @ BRUZZ live on videostream!

Tonight Rebel Up show at BRUZZ radio again on live videostream. A mostly female special for International Women’s Rights Day and a focus on the middle east with music by NYP Records, SHIRAN (DJ Kobayashi) remix, interview with Palestinian artist Samah Mustafa سماح مصطفى about her new album ‘Billoor’, Black Lulu‎‏, Dina El Wedidi & Dj Totti, also interview with Norwegian artist Center of the Universe about his new EP ‘Interabangerz’ on Metronomicon Audio.

Watch via here, or listen via the FM or web player, 21-22h Brussels time >>>

https://www.mixcloud.com/BRUZZ
https://www.bruzz.be/live

Monday 8 March > International Women’s Rights Day livestream, all female lineup @ Julie Menuge Textile Design, Marolles Bxl

on the occasion of International Women’s Rights Day *, Rebel Up, Tropical DJipsies, Sahara Kitchen, Giraffes & Penguins & Julie Menuge Textile Design are organizing a “Super Mix Veritable” livestream from the window at the Julie Menuge shop, with D’s & artists.

With Tropical DJipsies duo, Raquel Almeida, Heal Estate, Strike Sister choir and Estelle Baldé (live set songwriter), from 13H – 19H30

@ Rue Blaes 154 (close to Place Jeu des Balles / Vossenplein)
livestreaming via:

www.twitch.tv/saharakitchen
www.instagram.com/julie_menuge
www.facebook.com/SuperMixVeritable

See all info & timings in the event.

If you come to the shop, please respect the COVID measures

04.03 Rebel Up & Friends @ Kiosk Radio > SebCat Bday mashup + special guest Heal Estate

4 March, 16-18h Brussels time, our monthly Rebel Up & Friends session at Kiosk Radio

SebCat Bday B2B mashup (Didi, Drache Musicale & Le Grand Mechant Loop) + special guest Heal Estate of Black Muses Podcast.

1st hour with SebCat Bday mashup w/ Didi, Drache Musicale & Le Grand Mechant Loop
2nd hour with Heal Estate for Black History Month

Listen also via Kiosk Radio
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