This saturday, a special music evening in the garden of BRASS. with live concerts, deejays, food and more! > with Brussels Tamashek desert rock band Kel Assouf, Argentinian artist Lagartijeando Swiss cult pop master Marc Prepus and Rebel Up DJ sets. FREE ENTRANCE~!
then from 18h onwards > Music-o-jardin #3 in GC Elzenhof, Ixelles, in collaboration with Rebel Up. FREE IN!
Rebel Up invites Argentinian artist Lagartijeando, who will play a live set of electro-acoustic Afro Andean music, from his latest album ‘Jallalla’ on the renowned international label Wonderwheel Recordings. Listen here.
the events starts at 16h with playgarden for kids & animation activities. DJ sets by Rebel Up SebCat & Front Chaud, live set by Lagartijeando around 21h.
This saturday, Giraffes & Penguins and HAPE collective are joining forces for a night of underground african, caribbean and hip-shaking dancehall vibes with legendary DJ/producer Poirier (CA), Rebel Up, Le Grand Mechant Loop, Tropical DJipsies and Doctor Pepper (JM/BE)!
with special guest Poirier (Montreal, Canada) Specializing in warm electronic music, Poirier is a prolific, creative and eclectic Canadian producer/musician/DJ. Constant in his albums and performances is a desire to build bridges between different languages, communities, and cultures. Active in Montreal, his successful monthly dance party Qualité de Luxe is dedicated to African and Caribbean music, attracting capacity crowds for over five years. Poirier is also the man behind Bounce le Gros and Karnival, parties with legendary status in Montreal nightlife history. He produced a total of 10 albums and many EPs with labels such as Wonderwheel Recordings and Ninja Tune. In 2017, he followed up with “Be Alright”, an EP inspired by Afro house music and featuring a collaboration with the Mozambican-Canadian singer Samito on the anthem “Sowia”. 2019 will see the release of several new songs inspired by Poirier’s travels abroad and his beloved city of Montreal.
+ Rebel Up SebCat + Le Grand Mechant Loop + Dr Pepper + Tropical DJipsies and live videomapping by Maria Ilia!
FB event doors 22h – 4h / 5€ in @ Au Quai Quai du Hainaut 23 1080 Molem
This friday, concert of trio Sakili, acoutstic sega & tambour music from the Indian ocean!
Sakili’s music reflects the history of Rodrigues Island, combining European and African influences: waltz, polka, mazurka, schottische, they all blend harmoniously to the rhythms of sega drumming, traditional from the times of African slaves. Moreover, as globalization also influences the vast expanses of the Indian Ocean, there are of course, in some of the songs, elements of overlap with the western world or more recent preoccupations.
The Creole sega is sensual music and dance, with African influences, which was, in origin, a cultural form of resistance by slaves against the colonial rulers, but the culture turned little by little into a ritual that has in the end become rooted in tradition and lastingly incorporated in the way of life. The style of performance, sega drumming, is a vibrant mixture of music, consisting mainly of percussion, sin or status.
The Trio Sakili comprises three major ambassadors of Rodrigues sega: Vallen Pierre Louis is a banjoist well known and highly appreciated on the island. Francis Prosper belongs to one of the most important musical clans of the island and is without any doubt the best traditional percussionist and provides, with his warm timbre, the powerful voice of Sakili. Third in the line-up, Ricardo Legentile plays the accordion, the leading local melodic instrument, a heritage of the multiple influences on the island. The repertoire and the subtleties of his playing technique have been handed down from father to son for several generations of the family, while his mother, Yolande Legentile, belongs to the famous singers, the Mareshals of Sega in Rodrigues.
Afterparty in foyer by Rebel UpSebCat & Drache Musicale. Also stand by NGHE Mediatheque with special cassettes between maloya and sega.