Let me know — Opening Party
Let’s get out of our knowledge bubbles and dance together through time and space. Go hard, go gentle, go together.
Bo Meng is a Brussels based Dj and will give you a bouncy navigation between afrobeat, afrohouse and hip hop.
DJ Meko & Timor Litzenberger will shake you up with their coupe décalé & afrobeat rhythms.
VICTOR DE ROO
Victor De Roo is a producer and controversial DJ from Brussels. He co-founded the cassette label Kontakt and is active at the Ostend archiving label STROOM. Under various pseudonyms he produced the first track of ZG, the Vanderschrick single and the Night Poet EP on Knekelhuis. This passionate digger’s sets are as eclectic as it is danceable.
Mogi works from a basement in Ghent and assists with the digital distribution of STROOM, a Ghent-based platform and label founded by Nosedrip. He organises parties in Brussels together with the collective Plein Sud, with whom he also hosts a monthly show on The Word Radio.
Mogi likes to explore a broad spectrum of genres, but it can’t be denied he has a soft spot for the unparalleled music of the 80s. He sees himself as a selector who mixes more on feeling than on beats.
Hailing from the Japanese coastal city of Chiba, Changsie has come to be one of Tokyo’s most sought-after DJs in recent years. Her monthly event Joyride transforms a small reggae club in Shinjuku into a genre-bending party that celebrates underground music. In the past year she’s played in Europe, Australia and Asia, made a series of mixes for Crack and Discwoman, and in doing so introduced her characteristic style to listeners across the globe.
A typical Changsie set is built on the foundations of her keen appreciation of timeless dubstep and UK bass. Inspired by the energy that emanates from her audience, she’s putting her own imaginative and intercultural stamp on the clubbing landscape.