La Nouvelle Harmonie Bruxelloise d'Accordéons: musical company for the vernissage for the solo-expo D-Bloq by Dominique Mys at Zinnema, Anderlecht. Pictures 1-7 by Blaise Turikumwe, Pictures 8-9 by Norma Prendergast.
An excellent article awarding 4 stars to Mec Yek’s new album: "Taisa", by Tom Newel in the English magazine Songlines !
Read the full article by clicking on the link on the right!
La Nouvelle Harmonie Bruxelloise d'Accordéons, musical company for suit nr. 1083 (postal code of Brussels commune of Ganshoren) for Manneken Pis, Brussels. Big thanks to Gerben for making pictures with the phone of Kathleen!
Jaune Toujours releases the live clip Ska-Man from the album Europeana (2018/2019), kicking off the Belgian Music Week
Recorded for Wereldfeest Leuven online, behind the closed doors of the Stadsschouwburg, in that famous year 2020 (remember?)
Ska Ska Ska!
A great 3-star review of Mec Yek's new album Taisa by Simon Roxland in the English RnR Magazine!
Read the full review by clicking the link on the right.
Chuffed to announce that you can watch our YANA - short film online and for free as part of the KIDS FIRST FILM FESTIVAL in Hawai'i on Friday 18. February at 11 AM (CET)
See the festival guide HERE
The 2022 virtual UH KIDS FIRST! Film Festival – now in its 14th year in Hawaiʻi – presents creative and insightful animated and live-action shorts, features, and documentaries by student, indie, and seasoned filmmakers worldwide. Films focus on climate change and the environment, space and technology, social justice and tolerance, arts and culture...and just plain silliness and fun!
The New Year brings good news, as Sarah Baur's YANA - short film made it to Semi-Finalist at the San Francisco Indie Short Festival.
After making it's debut in the Transglobal World Music Charts at #34 Mec Yek's new album Taisa has risen to #25!
Thanks for celebrating with us and keeping our music alive!
You can see the full chart by clicking HERE
Sarah Baur's full documentary 'CLMT SHIFT ART' is now available with English subtitles!
On the occasion of the climate summit in November, Sarah Baur interviewed artists Benjamin Verdonck and Jerome Bel on their search for a more ecological way of living and making art.
Many thanks to the art magazine rekto:verso for hosting the documentary.
There's no better way to wish u well for the New Year than to send this free documentary to someone you think might find it interesting or - if you haven't already - to watch it yourself.
It's meant to be food for thought, so don't hold back just because there's one sentence in it you don't agree with.
We really need to start talking about climate again.
The versions with French and Dutch subtitles are also still available on the website of Rekto Verso.