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“I try to not reproduce what I’ve already done in the past, even if that’s easier said than done.” Cabasa on his versatile production technique
We speak to prolific London-based producer Cabasa about everything from childhood memories of junglist relatives in Namur to venturing for the bright lights of London.
Five reasons not to miss Nuits Sonores & European Lab Brussels 2018
With so much to cover, we distil five essential points to keep in mind for Nuits Sonores & European Lab Brussels’ second impressive feast on all things electronica.
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
In a rare interview, we talk name changes, music industry strife and record fetishism with the famously media-wary Frederic Mergam of WéMè record label.
Five reasons not to miss BOZAR’s March Electronic Series
Carrying on the torch with their second BOZAR Electronic Series night of the year, we dissect five reasons to not miss out on the upcoming soirée this Saturday.
15 things to do in Belgium this weekend
A corporal mini film fest in Ghent, bebop jazz interpretations in Brussels, and the faces of humanity in Liège. Go do the right thing.
Exclusive mix 99: schiev Festival 2017
schiev curator (and our office brotha' from another muva) Guillaume has compiled for us this teaser of a mix to get us all excited for the weekend.
Exclusive mix 98: Cabasa
Always exploring the boundaries within electronic music between the danceable and undanceable, Cabasa's outdone himself on his Exclusive Mix for us.
15 things to do in Belgium this weekend
Thought-provoking dance performances in Brussels, late-night exhibitions in Ghent and local heroes in Eupen. Go do the right thing.
Bold is the night part 6: Charlotte de Witte on Belgian techno’s big player status (Video)
For part six, Ghent's heavy-hitting Charlotte de Witte discusses Belgium' long-standing legacy of electronic music, and it's vital influence on the rest of the world.
Five reasons not to miss this year’s BOZAR Electronic Arts Festival
Out of an already fine selection, we've hand-picked five of our not-to-be-missed events in prep for the opening night tomorrow Thursday.
Bold is the night part 4: HORST’s Jochem Daelman on the platforms that make a difference (Video)
We talk the pertinence of creative platforms with Horst's Jochem Daelman
“We have never been big, but we still exist”: AGE’s 40 years of journeys, trips and adventures in Belgian ambient synthesizer music
An outfit that distinguished itself as much by its early use of gearas well as by its adoption of a 360 degree image, AGE’s decade-long career remains as relevant today as it ever was.
The Perrier Playlist: 25 necessary Belgian electronic tracks
We've planned a trip around Belgium’s contemporary electronic scene, picking up some of the most recent releases from all the different genre corners along the way.
Bold is the night part 1: Dour’s Mathieu Fonsny on the genesis of Belgian clubbing culture (Video)
The first instalment of our six-part series of videos in collaboration with Bulldog sees the Dour organiser discuss the genesis of the country's clubbing culture.
Exclusive mix 94: Köhn
Minimal and ambient relaxation courtesy of electro-wizard Köhn, with an astonishing two decades worth of experience under his belt.
Exclusive mix 91: DC Salas
Brussel's wunderkind DC Salas hand-crafted an exclusive mix for us, full of the finest local sounds.
15 things to do in Belgium this weekend
Contemporary art marathons in Antwerp, live LP premieres in Brussels, and touching dance operas in Charleroi.
12 events not to miss at Listen Festival this week
We're handing out a handful of tickets for the weekend-long affair, and hand-picked 12 events and evenings to help you navigate the three-day marathon.
Exclusive mix 84: Roger 3000’s wintertime slumber
The Brussels-based painter and producer provides an hour-long picturesque epoch of wintertime, best enjoyed in front of a crackling open fire somewhere far removed from civilisation.
Exclusive mix 83: Chris Ferreira’s contemporary acoustics
An hour-long adventure in sonic explorations by the Brussels-based DJ and sound engineer.
The 15 favourite Belgian releases of Brice Deloose (BEM)
Co-founder of Brussels Electronic Marathon reveals his favourite Belgian releases.
Around Eupen with Mea Kusma’s Michael Kreitz
In anticipation of the three full days of experimental electronica that is Meakusma festival, its founder Michaël Kreitz shows us around his hometown Eupen and its rural surroundings.
Exclusive mix 75: BEAF’s Pierre De Muelenaere
An introduction to the upcoming Bozar Electronic Arts Festival in the shape of an exclusive mix.
Exclusive mix 68: Dreamy electronica with Milan W.
The Antwerp-based producer contributes a dreamy mix for slow summer nights.
The Brussels-based producer talks early influences, acting out, and studio habits.
Antwerp-based record label Ekster
We talk early beginnings, physical vs digital releases and losing money on their first release with the cult electronic imprint.
French-born, Brussels-based electronic producer Jardin
The prolific producer talks family, philosophy and being dirty.
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.
Rick Shiver’s 20 favourite Belgian releases
The nightlife impresario confirms his knack for the eclectic with this 20-strong selection of local gems.
Meteor Musik’s 11 favourite Belgian releases
Rare library music, obscure soundtracks, cosmic funk classics and just plain weird ass stuff selected by Meteor Musik.
On bpost Vs. indie record labels
Vlek co-founder Julien Fournier lets loose on the Belgian post's steep charges.
Beats in Belgium outtake #4: DYNOOO
Beat veteran DYNOOO on the Belgium Beat scene, stopping to listen music and having an Instagram account to see beautiful women.
Beats in Belgium outtake #1: Le Motel
Get a glimpse of the Beat Music in Belgium with our series of interviews, starting with one of our favourite young gun: Le Motel.
On-Point teams up with Brussels Philharmonic
We talk to On-Point Records about its recent partnering up with Brussels Philharmonic as the Belgium Trombone Quartet.
To mark their appearance in our Beats in Belgium feature, Ghent-based Caoutchou Records deliver exclusive mix 24.
Antwerp-based producer Hiele records an exclusive mix for us to mark the upcoming release of our new edition.
Beats in Belgium: video teaser
A small video about Beats in Belgium, a special feature on the country's beat scene set to be published in our upcoming issue.
Our picks of Belgian beat acts at this year’s summer festivals
We select some of the Belgian beat acts making the rounds at this year's summer festivals.
Exclusive mix number 21 comes courtesy of Kasset, founder of independent label DRLR Records.
Three reasons Belgium stood proud in 2013
Three homegrown projects which did more for Belgium in 2013 than any Stromae radio hit ever could.
The 11 most interesting Belgian electronic music releases of 2013
Eleven of the most noteworthy Belgian electronic music releases of 2013 and three producers to watch in 2014.
The Word at BRASS, Brussels
Our new edition hits Belgian stores this week with a brand-new, 'Only for Belgium' €10 cover price. Party!
An interview with Gold Panda at Dour
We get in depth with Peckham boy and electro beatmaker about first albums, first nixers and stupid fucking festivals.
A very exclusive melange of baby makers, juke tunes, UK garage and voodoo by homeboy Fabien Leclercq
Glory holes, GLBT benefit parties and water closet art.
Ten things to do over the weekend, from the release party of our latest edition tonight to Catclub and Friends tomorrow night.
The best of Antwerp’s future sound
Bart Sibiel chronicles a stream of solid Belgian beats, attracting attention one new sound at a time.
The music bundle
VIP treatment at the country's best parties and festivals as well as tons of records, CDs and other kinds of merc'. Yours for 250 dollars.
MS MR, S O H N, Atoms for Peace
Thom Yorke is back with a new project, MS MR create a new genre with their so-called 'Tumblr Glitch Pop' and S O H N is the newest shooting star on the bedroom producer horizon.
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