3 Rebel Up radio sessions online from August > Kiosk Radio, Lusophonica & East Side Radio

hey all,
in the past few weeks we did some sessions in Portugal and Brussels.
Check the sessions out below!

On sunday 08.08 we did a session at Cascais web radio/bar Lusophonica, SebCat & Didi.

Followed a few days later with a session at East Side Radio in Lisboa, a B2B between SebCat & Didi as well as a guest set by margem sul’s DJ Kolt of Blacksea Nao Maya / Principe Discos in pure afro portuguese electronic vibes via tarraxo, batida, afrotech and more!

and here our recent Rebel Up & Friends session at Kiosk Radio, with SebCat & special guest Nacion Ekeko from Argentina who played a live set!

Sunday 08.08 Rebel Up / Festa Afro Tuga @ Lusophonica Radio, Farol de Santa Marta, Cascais (PT)

Sunday afternoon from 14-16h Lisbon time (15-17h Brussels time), Rebel Up SebCat & Didi of Tropical DJipsies will spin sunny Festa Afro Tuga & Rebel Up tunes before JahRiver Ramos at the Lusophonica radio café at the Farol de Santa Marta lighthouse in the Cascais harbour.

Come hang, listen and enjoy on the open air sunny coastal terrace or tune in via Lusophonica webplayer !
https://www.lusophonica.com

Rebel Up show season finale @ BRUZZ radio, interview with Batida of IKOQWE (Crammed Discs)

Last tuessay was the Rebel Up season finale live show at BRUZZ with special guest Ikoqwe (aka Batida) interview about the new album on Crammed Discs w/ Octa Push and CelesteMariposa, also new tunes by Moonshine (SMS For Location vol.4) with Bamao Yendé, Vanyfox, Pierre Kwenders, Le Motel, MC Redbull Kinshasa, and a tune by Memo Pimiento Electric Orchestra.

Watch/listen to the show here.

or listen audio here

Rebel Up Nightshop + Kiosk Radio session for May

Rebel Up Nightshop show for May, via Radio Campus Bruxelles & Rhythm Passport, 10 albums of the month from Mali to Congo, Colombia, Mauritania, Egypt and more!
Tune in >>>

and last thursday a Rebel Up & Friends session with SebCat & Didi at Kiosk Radio.
2 hours of eclectic music, from global sounds to jazz, electronics and more. also a Festa Afro Tuga moment in the 2nd hour. Listen below >>>

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.

Tuesday 26.01, Rebel Up show @ BRUZZ radio

Tonight tuesday 21-22H live Brussels time, our bi-weekly Rebel Up show at BRUZZ radio with new tunes by GUTA aka Cátia Sá (& interview), SAULT, Chouk Bwa & The Ångströmers, Exile Di Brave & Time Cow, Nkom Bivoué ft Sizeless, Tia Maria Produçoes via Príncipe Discos with Dj Danifox, Lycox & Puto Marcio.

Tune in live on the BRUZZ Mixcloud videostream >>>
https://www.mixcloud.com/BRUZZ

Rebel Up SebCat’s Afro Tuga ‘Hand of Timba’ mixtape

This mixtape was made by Rebel Up SebCat for Celeste Mariposa‘s radio show Radio Balanço in Lisboa (Vodafone FM) during the April lockdown, as the Festa Afro Tuga party on 10 April in Recyclart got cancelled due to the obvious. The mix is mostly filled with music from the past & present of the Afro Portuguese PALOP scene but not exclusively, with tunes from other African countries and the wider African diaspora included as well, from semba to afrohouse, kuduro, funana and more. Tracklisting can be found in the mixtape comments.

The image used is of the Hand of Timba monument at the Pidjiguiti docks in Porto de Bissau, Guiné-Bissau. The Pidjiguiti massacre was a dock worker strike that took place on 3 August 1959 in which the Portuguese colonial authorities killed about 50 people and put the blame on revolutionary party PAIGC (Partido Africano para a Independência da Guiné e Cabo Verde). 3 August is now a public day of remembrance in Guinea-Bissau. Near the docks, a large black fist known as the Hand of Timba was erected as a memorial to those killed.

The current political situation in Guiné-Bissau far from good, with President Umaro Sissoco Embalo having taken power via a military coup earlier this year just before the COVID-19 crisis. Soldiers loyal to Embalo took control of national radio and public television buildings, and several public buildings including the government palace and the Palace of Justice to impose their power and ushering a new era of censorship and political oppression.