Festive greetings and happy holidays!!!
Last week we launched our Rebel Up label sampler compilation, 16 tracks from our catalogue of the last 2,5 years to make you travel in our musical world.
*pay as you want*, check it here.
Saturday 12 Dec, +3 hours of Rebel Up Nightshop radio show for December.
With songs and new albums by Selene Saint-Aimé, Altin Gun, Chicha Libre, Derun, Las Lloronas, Groupe Lhssan Bouri, Rustam Quliyev, Liraz, Atangana label, Nkumba System, Raúl Monsalve y Los Forajidos, Max Le Daron, Blanc Manioc label, Kebrada label and more!
Listen to the show here, download link in comment section >>>
Rebel Up Nightshop radio show of this month November for Radio Campus Bruxelles has just been dropped online now!
+3 hours of fresh global sounds between free jazz, gnawa, afrobeat, traditional, tropical, dub, bass and more! with songs & albums by Aquiles Navarro & Tcheser Holmes on International Anthem, BANTU on Soldedad, JISR on Free Soul Inc., Satanique Samba Trio on Rebel Up, compilation La Locura de Machuca on ANALOG AFRICA, Kukaya on 1000Hz, Coreysan on Blind Colour, Nuri on Shouka, Los Bulldozer on Galletas Calientes Records, Vudufa on Basy Tropikalne, James Stewart & Ayuune Suley on Mawimbi, Arp Frique on Rush Hour, Maleza on Secousse and Burkina Azza with Les Frères Jackfruit.
Show uploaded here, tune in >>>
hey all, it’s Bandcamp Friday today!
For 24H they waive their fees in support of artists and record labels, such a heartwarming action.
With Rebel Up Records we give 10% discount on all items,
use this code at checkout > bandcampfridaynov
Last tuesday we had our Rebel Up show at BRUZZ radio. We did our 1st ever live video show with special guest Murat Ertel of Turkish psychedelic band BaBa ZuLa, interviewing him about life in lockdown times and their new live album ‘Hayvan Gibi‘.
Look at the video show or listen to the show on Mixcloud below, with full tracklisting.
Sunday, Rebel Up plays & curates at Canal It Up / River Cleanup day at the Saintklet terrace. FB event here.
Between 14:00 – 17:00 it the Canal It Up action as part of World River Cleanup day. Want to participate? you can register here.⇣
17.00 – 19.00 River Cleanup Brussels apero afterparty with Canal it up
17.00 -23.00, Rebel Up invites: Didi of Tropical DJipsies, Nathan Daems of Black Flower (dj set), Giraffes & Penguins, Le Grand Méchant Loop, Fresh Nunas, Dovecake & more
17:00 Rebel Up SebCat
18:00 Rebel Up SebCat B2B Didi of Tropical Djipsies
19:00 Nathan Daems (Black Flower) – dj set
20:00 Le Grand Mechant Loop
21:00 Dovecake (Berlin)
22:00 Fresh Nunas (Moçambique)
also Rebel Up Records vinyl stand + Sahara Kitchen african fashion pop up.
⁍ Sound provided by HIGH ‘n’ IRIE Sound System
# artisanal drinks & Bxl beers
# free in! with contact registration at entrance.
V/A – African Electronic Diaspora: Black Lives Matter
release date: Friday 04.09 Bandcamp Friday
on Bandcamp only > www.rebeluprecords.bandcamp.com
In the aftermath of the Black Lives Matter protests in June allover the globe, followed by a summer with or without holidays, it’s important to keep the flame burning and the discussion going. The road is still long, but united we stand, moving forward together.
The aim of this compilation is to raise funds for various (inter)national NGO’s, anti-rasicm advocacy groups and organisations of black initiative, with all proceedings to be donated to these causes. (Look in press info for full list of carefully selected organiations)
The artists donated their music as a collaboration between Rebel Up Records, the artists and the international labels Nyege Tapes, Syrphe, Bongo Joe Records, Sdban Records, Galletas Calientes, Blanc Manioc, Indigenous Underground, Strut, Earconditioning and 1000Hz Records. On this compilation we brought together mostly electronic African or Afro descendant artists from the worldwide diaspora and artists based in their homelands, from motherland Africa to Latin America to the Caribbean and back to Europe. It’s a vibrant combination of contemporary sounds that showcases the current talent of the artists and producers, combined with awareness for black lives & art and serving as a fundraiser. You can find a list of the supported organisations on the last page. Also info on each of the artists and their Bandcamp pages are included in the notes.
As this compilation is an ongoing process, it’s possible that the tracklist can still grow with a few extra songs in the next weeks. Please support & buy this compilation, let the internal fire burn on.
Also check the amazing support by the blogs Pan African Music and Rhythm Passport with nice articles and words about the compilation!