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On performing first, releasing second with WWWater
The new synth-pop delight Charlotte Adigéry (1990), causing a buzz with her numerous performances, reveals her Cinderalla story and her rather unorthodox working process in music-making and performing.
20 things to do in Belgium this summer, including 11 essential festivals
We're going to be taking a small break from our weekly agenda, and to make up for it we've put together a more concrete summer agenda full of weeklies and festivals.
The Perrier Playlist: 25 essential Belgian prog-rock, cold wave and post-punk tracks
Part three of our collaborative series with Perrier sees us tend to our harsher side and select 25 iconic Belgian prog-rock, cold wave and post-punk cuts.
“Rien ne sert d’epiloguer”: the life and times of Dominique Lawalrée
Composer, musicologist, teacher - national treasure Dominique Lawalrée shares his intimate thoughts and memories from his impressive career spanning over three decades.
15 things to do in Belgium this weekend
B-boy battles in Charleroi, infinite flowers in Antwerp and democratic re-organisation in Ghent.
The 16 favourite Belgian releases of Ben and Bert Verstreken
Whether it's new beat, contemporary electronica or heavy guitar riffs, the two brothers, DJs and radio hosts are sure to set you up with a playlist for the weekend to come.
The 14 favourite Belgian releases of Piano Club singer Anthony Sinatra
The Liège-based Piano Club singer shares his favourite local cuts from both sides of the linguistic divide.
From Bristol to Brighton with Belgian jazz-funk outfit Stuff.
On tour with the Belgian jazz-funk sensations.
For Antwerp-based producer Oval Angle, less is more
We talk early beginnings, recording processes and studio rituals with the Antwerp-based producer.
Listen festival founder Dirk De Ruyck’s 11 Belgian tracks
The founder of Brussels' newest festival select his favourite Belgian cuts for us.
San Soda’s 10 favourite Belgian releases
The Berlin-based Belgian DJ-producer on his pick of prime local cuts.
Exclusive mix 58: Hantrax
With his new album's release party in Antwerp this Friday, the accomplished composer-producer records an exclusive mix for us.
Gilles Helsen and Freek Veys, the musical duo behind SeizoensKlanken, talks to us about the creative process behind recording, their influences and future projects.
That time we…. Profiled the country’s burgeoning punk-rock-noise scene (Part 3)
A one-to-one interview with Brussels based, psychedelic rock band Moaning Cities.
That time we…. Profiled the country’s burgeoning punk-rock-noise scene (Part 4)
Interviews with Umungus, a band with a penchant for psychedelic guitar-driven rock and Scrap Dealers, an emerging group of young punksters from Liège.
Antwerp-based label JJ Funhouse’s 13 favourite Belgian releases
Library music, minimal synth pop and even some latin flavour all combined in this 13-strong list of Belgian tracks.
Elisabeth Ouni lists her top Belgian tracks
Elisabeth Ouni from A Polaroid Story shares a thoughtful and eclectic selection of the Belgian tracks topping her list.
Rick Shiver’s 20 favourite Belgian releases
The nightlife impresario confirms his knack for the eclectic with this 20-strong selection of local gems.
Favourite Belgian releases: Laurent Fintoni
Music and culture writer Laurent Fintoni reveals his five all-time favourite Belgian releases.
Captain Starlight picks 12 of his favourite Belgian releases
Holger's Captain Starlight handpicks his favourite Belgian tracks, spanning percussions, synth pop, oldies and goodies.
Tangram Records selects 10 favourite Belgian releases
The Leuven-based imprint puts its artists to the test and selects 10 iconic Belgian releases.
Faded Weekender’s co-founder Benjamin Beutels
Benjamin Beutels, co-founder of the upcoming Faded Weekender, picks 10 of his favourite Belgian releases.
Record label founder and Brussels-based DJ Aidons Antoine gets behind the decks for the 48th instalment in our exclusive mix series.
The Unknown Reference record label founder reveals 14 of his favourite Belgian releases.
David Menessier's list is a cure for bad taste and chronic Belgian music ignorance.
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