01/07/2015 - 15:15
Lieve festivalorganisatoren, boeken die handel en rap een beetje!

Belgian music magazine RifRaf got their hands on a copy of SuperDiverCity and published a nice review (in Dutch).

01/06/2015 - 15:30
Te veel mensen verstoppen zich in de grijze massa

Recently, Mec Yek and Jaune Toujours frontman Piet Maris was interviewed about his roots, youth and more by De Standaard.

You can read the interview (in Dutch) on their website (behind a paywall).

01/06/2015 - 14:30
Ik vind dat er altijd een boodschap moet zitten in wat je doet. Dat komt doordat ik geloof dat ik een verschil kan maken.

Recently, Jaune Toujours frontman Piet Maris was interviewed about his roots, youth and more by De Standaard (Belgian newspaper).

26/05/2015 - 15:45

Piet Maris was interviewed by Metro (Belgian paper), talking about his biggest influences, first album he bought and his favorite concerts.

20/05/2015 - 15:45
Katia en Milka Pohlodkova zijn moderne vertolksters die ver voorbij hun traditie durven te gaan

De Standaard gave Super Diver City four stars today, as well as naming it album of the week!

You can read the full review on their website.

23/04/2015 - 16:00
Samenwerken met mensen met verschillende achtergronden om iets nieuws te creëren: dat is voor ons de meerwaarde

Brussel Deze Week (now Bruzz) interviewed Mec Yek about their newest album SuperDiverCity and their views on the multicultural society.


30/01/2014 - 16:15
One feels that Jaune Toujours are more confident than ever

Another awesome review by Howard Male for Songlines UK!

30/01/2014 - 16:00

Once again an awesome review from Germany, this time by In Music.

15/01/2014 - 16:15
Global fusion bands tend to ghettoise: playing a couple of ska tracks, adding a dash of dub, throwing in a blast of Balkan brass and so on. This long-established Belgium outfit are the exception to this rule and end up with a uniquely characterful sound.

Another great review from Howard Male for The Independent on Sunday!

13/01/2014 - 16:00
Follow the yellow brick route

Another awesome review!
This time by Howard Male for Songlines UK.