Sun 22 Sept > Rebel Up Records @ Global Street Sounds, Ancienne Belgique, Bxl *FREE IN*

This sunday > AB40 KICK OFF : GLOBAL STREET SOUNDS.
This year it will be at the Anspachlaan right in front of the AB entrance with afterparty in the Club room. Free in and the Club room will be hosted by Rebel Up Records with 2 live acts and DJ’s.

with concerts by La Yegros (AR), Daniel Dzidzonu (TG/BE), SUSOBRINO (BE/BO), Nuri (TN) and Rebel Up DJ’s.

Daniel Dzidzonu
A powerful trumpet player with roots in Togo, and proud of them too: he’s been known to wear a Mobutu hat and has coined in jest the slogan ‘Make Africa Great Again’. His highly infectious Afrobeat, however, is an extremely faithful interpretation, influenced by such greats as Fela Kuti and Tony Allen, Miriam Makeba, Hugh Masekela of course, Salif Keita, and Mory Kanté. He’s finally completed his first ‘full’ album which he will present. We are expecting a lot of people both in front of the stage and on it. Video and new one!

La Yegros
A thrilling blend of folktronica and ‘nu cumbia’. The Argentinean Mariana, aka Là Yegros, offers delightful, highly danceable sounds built upon cumbia, chamamé and other folk influences with an injection of electronica. Hence the term ‘folktronica’. She has recently completed work on her new CD, ‘Suelta’ (Salvation). And you’re sure to know her from her summer hit & video ‘Viene De Mi‘.

Rebel Up Records showcase evening! > > >

Susobrino
is the alter ego of 24-year-old producer and instrument collector Bart Van Obbergen. His Bolivian roots have inspired his passion for exotic sounds, especially traditional South American percussive music. He blends his own field recordings and other music with digital ingredients into a rhythmic and energetic soundtrack.

Nuri
released the LP ‘Drup’ in collaboration with Tunisian label Shouka: a tribute to his Tunisian heritage, with percussion and vocals from all over the African continent, and all that in a digital mix, an ‘amalgam of then and now.’ Video here.

Rebel Up DJ’s
you know the drill: global sounds from all directions to shake to!

Timetable:
15:00 Daniel Dzidzonu
(outside stage)
17:00 La Yegros (outside stage)
18:30 Rebel Up DJ’s (AB Club)
19:00 Susobrino
(AB Club)
20:00 Rebel Up DJ’s (AB Club)
20:30 Nuri
(AB Club)
21:30 Rebel Up DJ’s
(AB Club)
0:00 End


Sunday is of course Car-Free Sunday, so come by bike, foot or public transport.

All info > FB event / website AB.

@ Ancienne Belgique
Anspachlaan 110
1000 Bxl

Fresh Rebel Up Nightshop radio show #64 online

Rebel Up Nightshop #64 listening link

New Rebel Up Nightshop radio show online! episode #64.

With organic electronic sounds by Belgian-Bolivian artist Susobrino (Rebel Up Records & XXIII label) and tropical free jazz mini album by Satanique Samba Trio from Brazil on Rebel Up as well. Also Tamashek guitar music by Abdallah Ag Oumbadougou via Sahel Sounds, sabar bass from Senegal by Guiss Guiss Bou Bess, island folk funk from Madagascar via Strut Records, Digital Kabar maloya bass remixes via InFiné with Jako Maron & Sheitan Brothers, tunes by YĪN YĪN on Bongo Joe, Martin Boder & Prism on Shika Shika and a collab song by NEKI, DJ Chernobyl, Keila and Vojno Dizdar and much more, click below image to listen on Mixcloud > >

Fri 13 Sept: Rebel Up Records evening, 10inch vinyl release Satanic Samba Trio (BR) @ Recyclart, Bxl

Satanique Samba Trio: it’s not really a trio and they don’t play samba but they are quite satanic…. this mythical Brazilian band from the capital Brasilia performs funny, pertinent and surprising sound collages, an ongoing investigation into the aesthetic deconstruction of Brazil’s most popular musical traditions.

Friday September 13th, 2019 will be remembered in Music History for the release of their new 10inch vinyl “Mais Bad”, a conceptual sequel of the 2015 release “Mó Bad”. “Mais Bad” is a new collection of low fidelity bagatelles, forged into existence by Satanique Samba Trio’s thirst for aesthetical deconstruction. All instruments in this 10-track vinyl have been recorded with the same cheap cell phone from the early 2000’s. It is meant to sound desperate, harsh and absolutely surreal. A little over the top, maybe? Yeah, but hey: that’s just how a country in crisis should look and sound like. Right?

Listen here to “Mais Bad” on our Bandcamp, and see new videoclip below, warning: graphic medical images 🙂

TIMETABLE
20:30 Doors
21:30 Satanique Samba Trio
23:00 Rebel Up DJ SebCat
5€


Info > website / FB event

@ Recyclart
Rue de Manchester 13-15
1080 Molem

Sat 7 Sept > Rebel Up Records release party “Awakening Spirits” @ Aperodroom See U, Bxl

Join us for a Rebel Up Records saturday at APERODROOM SEE U from 2pm. Relaxing time around our guinguette & food trucks. Album release party of “Awakening Spirits” by Tropikal Camel.

Tropikal Camel (IS / Berlin Arabstazy)
Special guest is Tropikal Camel who will live present his new album “Awakening Spirits”, released just before summer on Brussels label Rebel Up Records. The new urban sound of Middle Eastern/North African futurism, an original fusion between traditional Arabic music with cutting edge electronic sounds. It is a quest for a new identity, one which has been released by colonialist thinking. One that has respect to the past but with heads up to the future, urban but tribal, dramatic but minimal, full of contradictions but keeping the balance. Electronic music that has a meaning and a story.
https://tropicalcamel.bandcamp.com/album/awakening-spirits
https://soundcloud.com/tropikalcamel
https://www.rockybb.org/
Interview + mixtape on Tsugi blog (in French) > http://tiny.cc/qq72bz

“Awakening Spirits” will be on sale during the event as normal & colour vinyl edition (15/20€), cassette (8€) and digital download codes (5€), CHOICE!


Tropical DJipsies (Brussels)
They united their feminine forces just before the International Women’s Rights Day. This mysterious female quartet has members from various countries and are part of the Brussels global underground attached to local crews like Giraffes & Penguins, Rebel Up and MEDEX. Global dancefloor sounds from all corners of the world, from feminist to activist songs and just pure global beat bangers, attached to their own southern roots and backgrounds as well as sounds from other continents.

Rafael Aragon (Tropikal Masala / Global Hybrid Records, Brussels)
Tropikal Masala’s co-founder and resident, member of the Global Hybrid collective, nomadic dj, skilled producer, superb remixer and avid globe-trotter Rafael Aragon provides a wide range of global electronic sounds, an avalanche of sweaty psychotropical waves, voodoo percussions and trippy oriental house stompers.
https://soundcloud.com/rafiralfiro

Hosted by Rebel Up DJ’s

TIMETABLE ♥
14h00 – 16h00 Aperodroom sounds
16h00 – 17h30 Tropical DJipsies
17h30 – 19h00 Rafael Aragon
19h00 – 20h30 Rebel Up DJ’s
20h30 – 22h00 Tropikal Camel *live*


FB event / website

@ SEE U
Kroonlaan 227 Av. de la Couronne
Rue Fritz Toussaint 8 Fritz Toussaintstraat
Brussels Ixelles 1050


Bus | Tram | Train : 95, N08 | 7, 25 | Etterbeek Station
On site parking for bikes & scooters

Support the project
The entrance is FREE
Buy at the bar | trucks
Keep the place clean

Thu 5 Sept > Rebel Up & Friends @ Kiosk Radio + Tropikal Masala w/ Rafael Aragon & DJ Anacaona, Bonnefooi, Bxl

This thursday >>

Rebel Up & Friends session at Kiosk Radio, with special guest LuzAlta (AR) for 2 hours of global sounds from 16h to 18h. Tune in on the livestream via their website or via the stream on Rebel Up FB page.

Then in the night @ Bonnefooi
1st Tropikal Masala party, hosted by Rafael Aragon.

with special guest DJ Anacaona and Rebel Up SebCat support.

The infamous party Tropikal Masala, which has been shaking Paris underground nightlife a few years back, bringing together the then emerging Cumbia / Tropical scene with relatively unknown musical genres from the “Orient”, punjabi Bhangra, middle-eastern Dabke or north-african Chaabi and Amazigh sounds…

Hailing from the early venezuelian rave scene, dj and tattoo artist ANACAONA brings you the fire from the Carribean with her top-notch vinyl selection. Expect rare gems from the Afro-cuban traditions, Guaguanco, Boogaloo, Son, Guaracha, as well as the most obscure psychedelia from latinamerican 60’s, 70’s & 80’s. Deep-rooted Orishas invocations meet bizarre, early electronic music experiments and some new-wave and acid bursts. Resident of the Fania Brava party in Berlin, this discrete & experimented music lover and selecta has made quite an impression at this year’s Fusion Festival, with two amazing sets at some of the festival’s legendary stages.
https://soundcloud.com/ana-pe-afiel-marcano

23 – 6h @ Bonnefooi
FREE IN

FB event