The Economy Edition
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  • Issue #14
  • April-May 2018
  • 100 Pages
  • On the many evolutions of Antwerp’s diamond cutting industry, by Danny Meylemans
  • On subsidy cuts to the local cinema scene, by Gwen Brees
  • On being an in-betweener kind of art fair, by Amélie Quillet & Niekolaas Johannes Lekkerkerk
  • On riots’ potential in bringing about real economic change, by Dimokritos Kavadias
  • On blockchain’s potential for creative industries, by Dimitri De Jonghe
  • “I don’t trust anyone who says they don’t like pop music!” Inne Eysermans on new adventures in sound art
  • What lies ahead for Brussels’ post-midnight economy
  • “I have my own way of doing things.” How the uncompromisingly cerebral direction of Zones Sensibles is paying off
  • Mais ouais! The baffling story of the Brussels-based label, unheard of to local audiences save for the enlightened few, that went on to release some of the most daring electronic music to be found
  • “I was respected in Charleroi because not other girl had the balls to do what I had done.” Sarah Lowie’s vivid new realism
  • “My studio is more intimate than my bedroom, almost an extension of my own body.” Inside the studio of Hannelore Van Dijck
  • “My music was synchronised with Pamela Anderson’s boobs and that’s something not many people can say!” Jean-Marc Lederman’s long-winded adventures through the music business’ tricky and treacherous waters
  • All that jazz
  • “I like to think I have around 99% of all Belgian New Beat label catalogue releases our there.” Serial collector Steven Keimi on the work of a lifetime
  • “Cycling really should break free from the ‘leisure’ category.”
  • Do the right thing
  • The short haul
  • The Word turns ten