Friday 20 Nov @ Piec Smakov festival(Five Flavours Asian film festival) at the closing party in the Pies Czy Suka bar. From 22h30 SebCat will play a vintage South Asian pop & rock set, twisting tunes from Cambodia to Thailand, Indonesia, Singapore and more. All info here.
Saturday 21 Nov @ Radio Multi Kulti,Sen Pszczoly club. A global party with our friends Duze Pe & Bartosz(Global Diggers crew) + PTFM (Play That Funky Music) with some nice global bass and banging ethnic tunes all night long. All info here.
yeah, it’s no hoax or joke; Rebel Up! is divided in three equal parts to go and play at 3 parties on the same night, at the same time!
This never happened before, so it’s a funny fact to remember. so hope you can choose the party closest and to your liking 😉
first up, our special fundraiser night @ de Vinger in Den Haag, where we will have the mighty awesome Orchestre du Mont-Plaistant (FR/UK) playing their global funk and jazz psychedelica. The night will be hosted by Rebel Up! Palm M who will bring on his best heat 🙂
You’ll get to jive on this four-guy combo from London. They bring back a bit of soundtrack psychedelia from the 60’s and 70’s, with them you’ll also get into some nifty African and Latino sounds. Rebel Up! DJs will wrap it all up to let you bounce some more.
Benefits at the entrance will go for a great cause, the Stahili Foundation, fighting to give a normal life for Kenyan orphans. So every extra cent is worth it.
Then at the same moment, Rebel Up! Leblanc will be fronting @ de Charlatan in Gent at the Unhail & Trillers night by Klanxong Nights. Expect a good dose of cumbia, tribal, electro afro beats, kwaito house, turkish folk, maroccan chaabi and chaoui, global bass, trap and much more! The line up further includes a good flurry of dj’s; Thom ∆ DJ-set (Alt-J) , TLP, Latomski and Biggy & Smalls.
and finally, also at the same moment but in Greenwich mean time; Rebel Up! SebCat will be spinning global sounds @ the Canteen in Bristol during the Wormex night. Main band of the night is Bengali-Cuban-British afrolatindian outfit Lokkhi Terra, hosted by Wormfood. Our busy man SebCat will replace Kosta Kostov who could not make it and will do his best to replace him well.
It’s free in, so lucky you if you are in Bristol!