On navigating nightlife and festivals as Black people
w/ Black History Month
WE 03.03 19:00
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M I M I
An initiation to dissociate from the self and reconnect with nature.
SKY H1 & Patrick Quick
Bridging Ganshoren and Jette
A layered and dreamy reading of sounds, words and places.
PRINS ZONDER CARNAVAL
The prince invites you to his/your parade-of-one, through the streets of this fair city, to reflect on the downs and ups of life.
A story of a global disease.
BOTANICAL GARDEN MEISE
In the twilight we journey together through an otherworldly garden of earthly delights.
Uplifting cherry blossom beats for a neighbourhood walk.
Sometimes you need to take a chill pill and sometimes that means contemplating decay and listening to parrots.
Juddering drums, snarling bass and squealing synths, between a European dys- and utopia.
Meat stone and plants plants plants / VLEES STEEN EN PLANTEN PLANTEN PLANTEN
Canción de cuna para las hojas muertas; lullaby for the dead leaves.
Music for a walk
Looking for a lion in Dudenpark with Belgian bass clarinetist and composer.
BOIS DE LA CAMBRE
Have a sip of nature with the Bolivian Indiana Jones of Brussels.
Sagat & Simon Halsberghe
Welcome to Brussels' netherworld of data emission.
There is a monster living underneath our city.
Behind every dune in the confinement-desert, there is a voice that reminds of home.
on the go
Long-time music lovers and newfound hiking enthusiasts, this one is for you <3
Pak Yan Lau
A flowing line, almost straight, guides you through this musical meditation.
Daisy Darkpark sends you, as a private detective, on a mission through the barracks of Ixelles. Best from dusk onwards.
Ugne & Maria
A multilayered mind map of the Brussels where Ugne & Maria came home.
A wandering walk through guitar compositions, distorted bass compositions from her first solo album and field recording from the park someday in November.
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