To mark the creation 25 years ago of Brussels as a region, we’re celebrating with a special Brussels anniversary issue set to hit stores on 21st November. Pre-orders are now open and all come with “Bruxelles fait son numéro,” a limited-run photo-book made by artist Gregory Decock. Read on to find out about the many people, places and passions featured in this next edition of ours.

Pre-order The Fourth Quarter Edition here.

Hitting stores on 21st November, here’s a quick preview of what you can expect in our upcoming issue:

  • In and around the city’s Audi factory
  • Brussels’ notorious biker gang The Kamikaze Riders
  • The emergence of the country’s beat scene, featuring
    • Dynooo
    • Le Motel
    • Caoutchou Records
    • Thin Consolation
    • Dynooo
  • Life alongside Belgium’s E40
  • 25 Brussels personalities on the city’s meaning and future, with
    • Albert Baronian, Galerie Baronian
    • Alexandra Lambert, MadBrussels
    • Annie Valentini, Botanique
    • Barbara Cuglietta, La Cambre
    • Coralie Rutten, Delecta/Yag
    • DeparOne, GiveMe5
    • Fred Nicolay
    • Marie Michiels, RTBF/La Premiere
    • Paul Dujardin, Bozar
    • DJ Kwak
    • Virginie Devillez, Middlemarch
  • 25 of the country’s leading creatives make page-perfect tributes to the capital city, with
    • ArtBrussels
    • Base
    • Bellerose
    • Bouchéry
    • Catclub
    • Delvaux
    • Hunting and Collecting
    • Recyclart
    • Subbacultcha
    • Wiels

Without a doubt one of our most ambitious editions to date, pre-order our next edition now to find out who and what defines our capital city today.