Holy Oysters, who make pop & neo-psychedelic music with a touch of R&B, will support hanni el khatib at Botanique. They’ll play tracks from their recent “Egonomy EP” and you won’t be able to resist their freshness.
As nights are getting longer and colder, it’s time to warm up our bodies with great parties and as we’re not guilty to be pop music addicts, we recommend you this new edition of PØP THE GLØCK at Vooruit. You can expect the coolness of Alex Turner, the horny basses of Kendrick and Flume, and the sexiness of Beyoncé and Rihanna.
Is it still useful to introduce you to those two Belgian talents? Balthazar’s co-frontman J. BERNARDT successfully continues his solo project and we highly recommend his synth beats and elegant R&B touches. GLINTS, who was Red Bull Elektropedia Award’s Most Promising Artist of 2015, will also be present with the fresh hip-hop sounds of his eponymous EP.
A French pop music wave will invade Charleroi’s Eden. The two guys of Paradis mix house music à la French Touch and chansons and the result is classy, sensual and hauntingly beautiful. If you don’t know them yet, it is time to give a spin to their LP “Recto Verso”.
Cold Specks is 23-year-old Al Spx from Etobicoke, Canada, who now lives in London. Describing her sound as ‘Doom Soul’, Cold Specks’ music is steeped in the musical traditions of the Deep South. There will also be a special guest: Candian producer LA TIMPA. Good news, we have some free tickets for you!
British electronic music group consisting of Adam Blake, Johnny Blake and Stuart Price, ZOOT WOMAN will bring their electro-clash and 80s influences on the stage of Botanique where they will present the songs of their latest album “Absence”.
Belgian dream-pop and indie trio Pale Grey recently announced their debut album “Waves” and this is with a lot of pleasure that we will discover this brand new album on the Ancienne Belgique‘s stage.
It’s impossible to sum up this electronic music festival as it will last 3 days and will take place in more than 30 venues across Brussels. DJs, Producers, Workshops… There will be events for everyone’s taste so check the program and make your choices for this new edition of Brussels Electronic Marathon!
Lucky you! It’s not one but two amazing bands that will be playing the same night at Ancienne Belgique. In 2017, no need to tell you who Grizzly Bear are. The Brooklyn’s band fronted by Ed Droste will play some tracks from their amazing new album “Painted Ruins”. They will be supported by Danish quartet LIIMA and we are curious to hear the tracks taken from their new album “1982” due to be released on November 3 via City Slang.
Forest’s cultural centre continues their concept of Tripartite (imagine a music threesome) this year and this month, they invite Belgian post-punk and rock quartet EMPEREUR who will share the stage with synth-pop and electronica duo P.∆.N.T.H.E.R and with the newcomers of TURQUOISE. One established Belgian band and two rising discoveries, we can’t miss that!
Mammút is an Icelandic rock band based in Reykjavík started in 2013 as an all-female trio. Now they’re 5 and they will play the songs of their new album “Kinder Versions”. Maybe they will also interpret their cover of Cher‘s super-hit “Believe”. Who knows? We have some free tickets to give away so no excuses to miss the show!
Belgian indie pop trio ULYSSE are on the rise and represent one of the most promising acts of the current Belgian scene. Their latest single, “Acid“, with Romeo Elvis was super hot and we can’t wait to see them on the stage of Liège’s Reflektor.
WWWATER is the moniker of Charlotte Adigéry‘s electronica-pop project. Her new Ep “La Falaise”, which notably features the amazing “WWWATER” and “Pink Letters“, is a real gem and she’s even greater on stage.
With music that’s part acoustic, part electronic and completely captivating, Hundred Waters‘ music always received much critical praise. The band, who is signed to Skrillex‘s label OWSLA, will captivate the Botanique’s stage for sure. We have free tickets for this upcoming show so don’t lose your chance to see this marvellous American band.