Goethe-Institut & meakusma at Brigittines

Petite rue des Brigittines 1
1000 Bruxelles

Presale via Fnac & RA: 10€ + fee
At the door: 13€
Combiticket (Brigittines and Recyclart) via Fnac: 18,50€ + fee

Goethe-Institut & meakusma at Brigittines



  • Mark Ernestus presents Jeri-Jeri (Ndagga, Kaolack / Dakar / Berlin)
  • Tapes Live (Jahtari, Meeuw Musak, Selah Wadada)
  • Mark Ernestus DJ set (Rhythm & Sound, Basic Channel, Hard Wax)
  • Sensu (Testtoon, Discontent, Black Wigwam)
Joining forces for the fourth time, the Goethe Institut Brussels and meakusma are proud to present another round of daring and cutting edge electronic music. The Brigittines Art Center will host the first night, featuring performances by Mark Ernestus and Jeri Jeri, Tapes, a Mark Ernestus DJ Set and a set by Sensu afterwards. Recyclart will host the second night, featuring a live performance by the legendary Porter Ricks, a live set by Ekoclef, a live set by Mix Mup and DJ sets by Tolouse Low Trax and Lena Willikens.
Recyclart, February 14.
Jeri Jeri is the latest project of legendary Basic Channel and Rhythm & Sound member Mark Ernestus. Featuring some of the finest modern-day instrumentalists in Senegal, Ernestus has found a way to translate and edit a quintessential African way of dealing with groove to a global ear. Jeri Jeri is a masterful, complexly grooving and unmerciful poly-rhythmic experience. Hyper-modern and at the same time drenched in tradition, with Jeri Jeri, Mark Ernestus manages to do to African music what he did to reggae and dub with Rhythm & Sound, delving deep into what makes a groove and unromantically stating the timeless nature of a music before almost unheard. Mark Ernestus will also open the night with a special DJ set.
Tapes is the project of London based recording artist and DJ Jackson Bailey. He performs with two tape decks, a mixer and a delay unit, mixing up dub, library music and everything psychedelic that ever saw the light of day into a highly charged, original and differently grooving amalgam of wayward sounds and rhythms. Without boundaries or bias, Tapes produces a modern take on psychedelic music that uses today’s musical possibilities to its fullest.
Closing off in the bar of Brigittines, Sensu will play some of his characteristic sounds. Eclectic and different, Sensu has for years been a different voice on the Belgian electronic music circuit, not bound by rules or generalizations. Sensu’s sets are entertaining and challenging and comprise some of the most out-there music produced today and yesterday.

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