hey all, here some new radio shows & sessions that we did during september!
SebCat’s session for Kiosk Radio >>>
We have a new Nightshop show for september online via Radio Campus Bruxelles! with new albums by Balimaya Project, Muito Kaballa, London Brew, Dudu Tassa & Jonny Greenwood, African Head Charge, Lalalar, Khalab,DJ Ground and much more! check here >>>
and our new Rebel Up radio season at BRUZZ started again, last week we had interview with Brussels trio KAU and their debut album on Sdban records.
@ Brasserie de la Mule 95 Rue Rubens 1030 Schaarbeek
On the same evening, Rebel Up SebCat will play afterparty set for Phoenician DriveEP launch at Brasserie Illegaal in Forest. Organised by their label Exag Records and also with support by Swiss groups Orchestre Tout Puissant Marcel Duchamp (Bongo Joe records) and Typhon.
Expect a blend of oriental sounds, flamenco guitar, arabic scales, postrock, drones, free jazz and more!
and on Saturday 24 june our big juicy cherry on your cake > La Nature festival! Since a few editions Rebel Up curates & programmes La Dome stage at this amazing and cosy alternative festival on the slopes of Baraque de Fraiture.
“La Nature” is an intimate festival, nestled in the heart of nature, exploiting a magnificent forest of the Belgian Ardenne and presenting a unique and multidisciplinary programme of arts, projects, body & soul workshops and a musical line-up, with a special place for live performances.
Such an amazing programme with many (inter)national artists & DJ’s.
Here’s our programme at La Dome stage for saturday, where we mostly booked live artists this edition >>>
14:00 DJ Rebel Up B2B Bongo Joe 15:30 schroothoop -LIVE 17:00 Cyril Cyril -LIVE 18:00 soundcheck break 19:00 Mohammed Reza Mortazavi – LIVE 20:00 DJ &RY B2B Holy Coco 22:00 AMAMI -LIVE 00:00 Alix Pilot -LIVE 01:00 La Dame -LIVE 02:30 DJ Rebel Up SebCat 04:00 Curfew
Check it all info & tickets on the website, there still might be some day tickets left. FB event
See you around this week? These are our last gigs before the holiday season, as we will return after mid august.
Nightshop April is online now, with songs by Emahoy Tsege Mariam Gebru who passed away end of march and a zouk tune from Guadeloupe.
We have 12! albums of the month, starting with spritual jazz by Syrian-French artist Naïssam Jalal, followed by Brussels group schroothoop and their special junk jazz sound, French-Malian duo Clement Janinet & Adama Sidibé with spiritual strings, Belgian band Gaïsha with psychedelic rock & grooves sung in Arabic. Entoto Band by musicians from Ethiopia and Eritrea bring Ethio funk classics, David Walters explores afro disco & funk and Belgian band Bernard Orchestar brings electro balkan brass in oriental bass. To end the show, Jamaican producer Gavsborg and his deep post-dancehall, DJ Kapwanthi from Malawi and his hyper beats, Ozferti brings his electronic afro club sound, Brussels producer Le Motel w/ Nigerian rapper Magugu and Swordman Kitala & Tim Karbon bring afro bass fire. Tune in below!
Our Nightshop show for March, with songs of the day from Buenos Aires via UK, Tunisia & Italy and a Belgian-Bolivian tune produced in Colombia.
We have 10 albums of the month, starting with a spritual & jazz album from Guadeloupe by Polobi, followed by the international Belgian group Jiraan Ensemble and their instrumental eastern Mediterranean sound, Somalian band Iftin Group and their 80’s funk sound and the debut of the mixed trad punky Geneva band Yalla Miku. More electronic album via Turkish French group Biensüre and their oriental synths, Tunisian artist Ghoula with his electro maghreb album, the compilation ACIL Urgent Solidarity Music to raise funds for victims of the earthquake via 54 songs, the Ugandan experimental album by Rian Treanor & Ocen James and ending with Egyptian electro chaabi artist 3Phaz and his experimental bass.
hello all! We have a new episode of our Rebel Up Nightshop show online, February! With music from Mauritania, Indonesia, Niger, Ghana, India, Colombia, Tunisia, Lisbon, Paris and Brussels. New albums by Acid Arab, King Ayisoba, Radio Martiko, Deena Abdelwahed, Kosmo Sound, Scuru Fitchadu and more. check below to listen >>>
and here our latest Rebel Up & Friends sessions at Kiosk Radio, with SebCat and special guests Melisa VelascO (Feb) and Alix Pilot (March). Tune in for a selection of eclectic sounds, psychedelic, funk, electronic and bass.
in February we had renowned jazz musician Aquiles Navarro with us in the BRUZZ studio. Canada born Panama trumpet player & DJ, who lives in New York city, is part of projects on International Anthem, as well as running his own label River Down Records. Check the show below >>>
New Nightshop show online for January via Radio Campus Bruxelles. With songs of the day from Brazil, Peru, Argentina and London via South Africa. Our albums of the month are by experimental jazz trio Bog Bodies, Egyptian singer Maha and her 1979 arabic funk album, Israeli band Sababa 5 and their psychedelic exotica, Turkish singer Gaye Su Akyol and her psychedelic folkrock and Nigerian band Oriental Brothers International Band and their Igbo highlife music. Continuing with Electric Vocuhila and their Malagasy tsapiky sound, Mexican electro cumbia meets classical keys by Memo Pimiento, Algerian disco raï singles from the Maghreb K7 Club, Sarera & Blanc Manioc and their Mayotte island bass, Insula and their La Reunion maloya deep bass and finishing with RS Produçoes from Lisboa and their batida bass.
Tune in below!!
and in case you had missed, our #101 December show with a lot of great sounds. Songs of the day by Alicia Edelweiss and Ezra Collective on folky and afro funk vibes. 11 Albums of the month by Senegalese-Swedish group Wau Wau Collectif, desert psyche folk by Ak’Chamel, Kutiman with chill exotica soul & grooves, Guts with a powerful lineup of african & latin musicians, latin psychedelica vibes by Lola’s Dice, an anthology 2LP from Sao Tomé & Principe on Pedro Lima’s life and music and the religious electropop by Ghanaian singer Linda Ayupuka. Followed by female empowerment by Persian-Israeli singer Liraz, Al-Qasar and their urban arabic desert rock, French-Moroccan duo Alix Pilot & Ghizlane Melih and their arabic electrodub vibes and finishing with Iranian female producer Maral and her dark cut up electronics.