Punk band Teen Creeps are gearing up for the release of their new album ‘Birthmarks’ on April 6th via PIAS. Bringing forth the video to their second single ‘Mercury’, taken from the upcoming LP, viewers get a glimpse into Joram De Bock’s family footage of his great-grandad’s 40th anniversary party. Considering that the year the gathering was recorded was 1975, you can imagine the attire being worn. There is also a whole heap of dancing taking place throughout the video so clearly Joram’s family knew how to thoroughly enjoy themselves. Have a look.
Belgian trio Teen Creeps will release their debut album ‘Birthmarks’ on April 6th via PIAS. One of the songs featured on the upcoming LP is their power punk-driven cut ‘Sidenote’, which the group have created a video for. What you have hear is a guy frantically dancing and lip-syncing to the cut. We’re quite certain that this only took one take, but never the less, the song itself is quite rocking.
Belgian band ECHO COLLECTIVE have announced news on the release of their new LP ‘Echo Collective Plays Amnesiac’. Reinterpreting Radiohead’s classic album ‘Amnesiac’ by transforming the work through the vehicle of classical compositions, the upcoming record is the first of two signed to 7K!, with the second album featuring original work by the group.
Belgian pair Esther & Fatou make a remarkable debut with their single ‘At Night’. An epic and heroic dream pop cut, rich, soothing vocals are complimented by thunderous, tribal drums and triumphant horns, perfectly fitting for a movie score. Produced by Gaetan Vandewoude, ‘At Night’ is currently out via [PIAS] Belgium. Touching on the song, Esther & Fatou stated: “The track was inspired by a nighttime walk through the city, when we began to wonder about ourselves and other people. In a Read more […]
French superstar Charlotte Gainsbourg has enlisted the Belgian team Soulwax to remix her single ‘Deadly Valentine’. Giving the track a disco makeover, this version is a delicious, hedonistic piece that is not only addicting but should literally be the soundtrack to every weekend forthcoming. Soulwax have definitely created magic with this one! Touching on the remix, Soulwax stated: “We have been Charlotte Gainsbourg’s fans from when she was still a teenager until now, so we were of course Read more […]
Belgium artist Max Colombie aka Oscar & the Wolf exploded in 2014 with his critically acclaimed debut album ‘Entity’. Briding together a sexy and dark styling of electronic pop, Colombie will unleash his forthcoming second LP ‘Infinity’ on September 29th via Play It Again Sam. One of the songs taken from the new work is his steamy single ‘Runaway’. Placing haunting and atmospheric synths over beating 4×4 pushing drums, Colombie continues to expand his hedonistic sonics to international heights.
We will always have a sweet spot for nu-disco and funk, and what better way to satisfy our taste buds then a lush new remix by Swedish producer Blende. Working his magic on the Goose single ‘Call Me’, the song is a sexy, poolside rendition of upbeat, synth-styled funk that will also make you want to shake something on the dance floor.
Belgian vocalist Liz Aku has been prepping for the release of her upcoming album ‘Ankhor’. However, the songstress will be dropping a new single this month entitled ‘Seasons Change’. Produced by Potatohead People, the utterly soulful bit is a crafty presentation of broken beat with jazz whiffs spearheaded by Aku’s incredible vocals. ‘Seasons Change’ will get released on the 24th of February via Sonar Kollectiv. Be on the lookout for the video to ‘Seasons Change’ coming soon.
There is something to be said about a guy jumps on stage and delivers one of the most moving performances of a lifetime, especially when there are only two people in the crowd. This would be the case for the new Warhaus video ‘Machinery’. Directed by fashion photographer Willy Vanderperre, Warhaus aka Maarten Devoldere, sings in a near empty establishment with only Sylvie Kreusch (who also sings on many of the Warhaus album tracks), looking on before making out and dancing in front of some random bloke.
Just like the previous two editions, this year’s Paradise City Festival boasts a healthy mix of both established and up-and-coming DJs and live artists. Spread out over three days and three stages (2 DJ stages and 1 live stage), the festival will once again be a musical journey of discovery in a magical setting.