Rue des Ursulines 25
At the door: 8€
Cultuurwaardebonnen are accepted!
meakusma at Recyclart
- Newworldaquarium (NWAQ, Delsin, Planet E – NL)
- Tin Man LIVE (Global A Record, Keys Of Life – USA)
- Roger 23 (Swayzak Soundsystem, Playhouse – GER)
- Joost de Lijser (Surreal Sound, Nature Records – BE)
- zuper! VJ (zuper! – BE)
On Saturday 14 March 2009, meakusma returns to Recyclart, presenting their uncompromising take on electronic music. Amsterdam based Newworldaquarium stands for grooves without end, slowly changing colour and shape, sneaking their way into your head. His 2008 “The Dead Bears” was hailed as a landmark album by top DJ’s, producers and journalists alike. Newworldaquarium uses the Detroit legacy and gently twists it around, using records, samples, loops and beats to conjure up a low-tempo, deep and subtle Disco-like groove.
Of Finnish descent, but born and raised in California, Tin Man has two major musical passions: fragile, deep Electronica and Acid House. With acclaimed releases on the Finnish record label Sähkö/Keys of Life, Cheap Records from Vienna and Global A (his own imprint) his most recent “Wasteland” EP is his most bold so far, fusing chicago House with an opiated version of European Electronica and Indietronica. This is his first set in Belgium, not to be missed.
For the second time, Swayzak Soundsystem’s renowned DJ, producer and musical magician Roger 23 comes to Recyclart with his sophisticated, spontaneous and energetic mix of Electro, House, Techno and futuristic ear candy. His magic touch will, yet again, transform the dancefloor into an intergalactic musical adventure.
Last but not least, Brussels’ finest & first Electro DJ, Surreal Sound founder, producer for labels such as Nature & Roulette and a resident at the Fuse club’s first season, Joost de Lijser will warm up the night with a 3 hour set of rare Acid House records.
Visuals by rüts DVD contributors Zuper! and Kris Klijsters.
Be there and be early!
Note: we will make sure there’s a photographer around, covering the event with a set of pictures. These will be made available through our website. Contrary to today’s trend of posting pictures on Facebook and other networking websites, we would like to ask you not to bother taking too many pictures and just enjoy the party. Posting pictures on Facebook has the averse effect of people being afraid of an embarrassing picture showing up somewhere. A party can be like a cocoon, protected from the outside, drowned, for a couple of hours, in futuristic music, not futuristic gadgets. Let’s party!