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This is a tree in the garden surrounding the house of Dent May in Oxford Mississippi, USA. The photo was taken by Glynnis McDaris on a Thursday afternoon when she, upon our invitation, visited Dent in his quiet wooden home (see page 20). The tree started growing a long time ago and it will probably keep growing for quite some time. It will blossom and shed its leaves over and over again. It will always be different yet it is always the same tree. Now here’s the question: If ‘tree’ = ‘song’, when is it the most beautiful? Page 7


Content

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Dent May

Japandroids

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Amen Dunes

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REVIEWS HOROSCOPE AGENDA SUBBACULTCHA! SHOWS OTHER SHOWS FREE STUFF AFTER MIDNIGHT

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If you are reading this any time after 30 September 2012, put it away! This issue has expired. These shows have all come and gone; these bands are yesterday’s news. ’Cause everything expires. And these days it all expires just a little bit faster than before. Especially when it comes to music. I mean, be honest, do you remember what you were listing to, say, two months ago? Three months? A year? Well it’s about time we get to the bottom of this, before our internal hard drives end up being nothing more then a 1000TB trash folder. There’s gotta be something in there that’s worth saving, right? Enjoy! Page 8


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Who we are and what we do Subbacultcha! Magazine is published by Subbacultcha! Ghent Office Karperstraat 26, 9000 Ghent, Belgium www.subbacultcha.be. magazine@subbacultcha.be Amsterdam Office Da Costakade 150, 1053 XC Amsterdam, the Netherlands www.subbacultcha.nl. magazine@subbacultcha.nl

We are Editors: Leon Caren, Bas Morsch and Kasper-Jan Raeman Editorial Assistant: Megan Roberts Design: Bas Morsch Interns: Eden van den Bogaard and Bram Nigten Good Girl: Herlinde Raeman Good Guy: Ruud Van Moorleghem Printing: Drukkerij Gewa, Arendonk Contributors: Carly Blair, Koen van Bommel, Brenda Bosma, Leon Caren, Zofia Ciechowska, Bobby Doherty, Kathrin Klingner, Steven McCarron, Glynnis McDaris, Bas Morsch, Kasper-Jan Raeman, Stine Sampers, Christopher Schreck, Willem Sjoerd van Vliet and David Zilber Distribution: Brussels: Jesse van Pée, Gertjan Rasschaert, Simon Gossiaux, Cécile Farber, Eliott Opdenbosch. Ghent: Bart Bruneel, Loes Deckers, Eline Ceelen, Fernand VanDamme. Antwerp: Antonio Marques, Clara De Ponthière, Livia Schoorel, Egon Parmentier. Leuven: Vincent Baptist. Kortrijk: Sofie Devriendt. Luik: Collectif Jaune Orange Pick up Subbacultcha! Magazine here (among 200 other places): Brussel: AB, Buzz On Your Lips, VK* Concerts, BOZAR Ghent: Democrazy, Vooruit, SMAK, DOK, Music Mania Antwerp: Scheld’apen, Trix, Kavka, American Apparel, Think Twice Kortrijk: De Kreun, The Pits Leuven: STUK, Depot, De Werf Luik: Jaune & Orange If you want your bar, venue, store or business to be on the distribution list, please send us an email. Advertising To advertise in Subbacultcha! Magazine send an email to magazine@subbacultcha.be Memberships Become a member of Subbacultcha!. For only €7 a month you get free access to all Subbacultcha! shows and the monthly magazine sent to your house. Plus, you get a fresh Subbacultcha! bag. Check the website to sign up. Cover: The record collection of Dent May photographed by Glynnis McDaris Page 10


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Exhibition: Stine Sampers

This September, Antwerp based art collective In Aanmaak is hosting an exhibition by our very own photographer Stine Sampers. The exhibition features a collection of powerful portraits, truly some of her finest work to date.

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Song: William Onyeabor - When The Going Is Smooth & Good

It was three in the morning at Subbacultcha’s Travel Party in Ghent, when the DJ played this fantastic song by African synth player William Onyeabor. We all danced like crazy, thinking this is the best song of the summer. Hands down.

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Music: Street Gnar

In a short period of time Street Gnar, aka Case Mahan, has churned out two excellent albums featuring one heartbreaking, sneery, delightful pop song after another. In August, the Kentucky-born guitarist flew over for his first European tour. We saw him play four times and he blew our minds, every time.

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City: Brussels

After promoting great shows in Ghent we’re bringing Subbacultcha! to the capital. Keep an eye on the programme at Madame Moustache or Les Ateliers Claus, because we’ll be presenting some very fine artists. Exciting times, baby!

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Poster: Ward Zwart

The Belgian graphic artist Ward Zwart designed a poster for the Amen Dunes show at De Kreun in Kortrijk. The show is free for members and he’ll be selling this incredible piece of art at the merch table, so come and grab it!

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This month’s recommendations

New Music

Sasha Go Hard

www.twitter.com/SASHA_DARAPPER

Sasha Go Hard’s raps are the hottest thing to blast from the speakers of your gold-plated Blackberry at the back of the bus. Alternatively, you’re encouraged to pump them from your Ford Fiesta with platinum rims, ensuring that you make your neighbours’ windows jitter madly. Fresh like a cut from the up-and-coming Chicago rap scene, G Hard’s lyrics are unapologetically curt but catchy, beats cracking like a whip. There’s no nonsense with this girl with all her pouting, posing, hitting up the mall and hanging out in fast-food joints. Who the fuck is Azealia Banks again?

Sawi Lieu

www.soundcloud.com/wahana Sawi Lieu is a young Indonesian dude who makes extremely unusual but extremely beautiful synth music. It’s drone-y, it’s noisy and it’s dreamy. Hey, I’m almost tempted to call it a ‘punk version of new-age music’ or ‘Fuck Buttons on Quaaludes’. But just for the record, I’m not saying either of those things. Although I can’t deny it, there’s something about Lieu’s lush, blissful synth epics that does make me wanna get my meditation on. Close your eyes... Imagine you’re on a beach... Relax... You get me. Page 15


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Supreme Cuts

www.soundcloud.com/supremecuts Chicago producer duo Supreme Cuts, or separately known as Mike Perry and Austin Keultjes, dropped their LP Whispers in the Dark on Dovecote Records this summer and it’s sending us some deep, heavy vibezzzzz. The guys say you can even make up your own lyrics to it if you fancy (we might do that after a few beers and a swig of cough syrup) but for the moment we’re just going to bask in the supersonic drum loops and muscled bass of this trippy R&B hip-hop cauldron of bubbling beats. Think Clams Casino but in hypnotised double vision. Supreme Cuts have also teamed up with rapper-on-the-rise Haleek Maul. Be sure to check out their lovechild Chrome Lips, as well.

Rick Rab

www.soundcloud.com/rick-rab

I don’t know what the hell is wrong with Baltimore, but for some reason everything that comes from there always seems to sound like it has just teleported into my ears from an alternate universe. Like many of that city’s residents, Rick Rab, aka DJ Rick Rab, aka Nick Rivetti, produces utterly unique and totally insane musical art. In Rick Rab’s case, Baltimore’s infectious madness manifests itself in the form of squelchy, disjointed and deeply deranged club music. Sorta like a more hyperactive version of CoLa, or a more abstract version of some of Matthewdavid’s stuff. Okay, enough stupid comparisons. Just listen. Page 16


New Music

Howse

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I would imagine Tri Angle Records’ Nathaniel Oak would wash down a kilogramme of Skittles with at least three cans of Red Bull while jumping on a pogo-stick before mixing his hyperactive rhythms, which just never seem to stop jittering and jolting. Howse’s music pumps with layered orgasmic gasps and ambient ravey beats that seem to be pounding from a faraway jungle and not Providence, Rhode Island. By the way things sound, I would even say that he can melt vinyl with his laser-ray vision. His Lay Hollow EP came out earlier this year. Check it out.

Ana Caprix

www.soundcloud.com/caprix It’s been a while since this column strayed into the ambient moody ghostlike realm of the post-witch house offshoot genre, but I’m taking a leap of faith with Ana Caprix, otherwise known as Tom Ensom from London, and his trippy spacey internet-y mixes. Tired of having to listen to the constant screaming of your parent/boyfriend/girlfriend/ child/neighbour? Pull out your earplugs and give this man’s music a shot with its dark, soft waves of immersive synth and cosmic glow. ‘Control’ is probably his best track, but I have a good hunch that there are more to come very, very soon. Page 17


We Saw You

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Spotted at Subbacultcha!

Photo by Stine Sampers


What is your favourite song at the moment and for how long will it stay your favourite song? ‘Lady’ by Chromatics. It’s extremely sexy and addictive. For how long I don’t know. Normally I play a favourite song until I get really sick of it but I am trying to change that. I treat it with care. I only let myself listen to it once a day.

Charlotte de Bruyne., spotted at the Nite Jewel show on 20 July at Charlatan in Ghent

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Features

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Dent May

Dent May is known for his amazing ukelele skills, his witty songs and his suave vocal performances. He also listens to R Kelly and plans on making a futuristic R&B album, as soon as he figures out how to do it. ’Cause according to Dent it’s all about combining the past, the present and the future into one thing that no one’s heard yet. ‘I never want to be one of those grouchy record nerds bitching that music isn’t what it used to be.’ Interview by Koen van Bommel Photos shot by Glynnis McDaris at Dent’s home in Oxford, Mississipi, USA

Hi Dent! We’re talking about the ‘best before date’ in music. What’s the best time to consume music? Any time is best to consume music, but the time of day does dictate what I’m listening to. I wake up to songs that pump me up for the day, then I fall asleep to calm ambient music. Page 20

Do you listen to the same stuff over and over, or are you done with an album after a few listens? I’m trying to discover new stuff every day, but there’s tons of albums that I’ve played hundreds if not thousands of times. Then there’s albums like Brandy’s debut from 1994. That was one of the first CDs I ever


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‘It’s been a big thing with my own music. I realise that a lot of my stuff sounds kind of retro, but that’s something I want to get away from.’ bought. A few days ago I sort of rediscovered it on Spotify. It’s been on pretty much all week. What’s the latest thing you’ve discovered? Not necessarily 2012 new. It’s usually something from the past that I hadn’t gotten around to checking out. There’s actually this guy James Taylor, not the famous one, a different guy. He put out a private-press synth boogie funk LP called No Way Out in the ’80s. He’s actually from Mississippi, where I’m from, so that’s exciting. I’m always looking for weird stuff from down here, because most people think of the blues, which isn’t really my thing. I like a lot of homemade pop music, but I also like expensive pop music that time sort of forgot. Like this album called Cheers 2 U by Playa. It was produced by Timbaland in the late ’90s. I guess it was kinda big at the time, but I didn’t know about it. Would you say that older music has a more timeless quality than some of the new stuff that’s coming out? Page 22

Actually, no. I always think the coolest shit is in the present and in the future. I never want to be one of those grouchy record nerds bitching that music isn’t what it used to be. The most interesting sounds to me are those that haven’t been made yet. I listen to a ton of current music too, especially rap and R&B and dance music. It’s been a big thing with my own music. I realise that a lot of my stuff sounds kind of retro, but that’s something I want to get away from. As a songwriter and producer I feel like I’m just exploring the possibilities of music, and I have a long way to go. Your next album will be a futuristic R&B record? I’d like to hear that. I definitely want to push things in that direction, but who knows how it will turn out. I’d like to buy some contemporary keyboards and workstations, rather than use vintage synths on the next album. But I do want to use real instruments; pianos, guitars, horns and whatnot. The truth is, I don’t really know how to make futuristic-sounding


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R&B music at the moment. I’m just doing things the best I can. I try to turn my critical thinking brain off, search inside myself and naturally channel my interests, my emotions, my influences... And just see what happens. Would you rather collaborate with someone like Drake, or a veteran player like R Kelly? R Kelly is a personal hero, so he might be at the top of my list. I really want to work with some current producers like Hit-Boy or Danja, but I Page 24

don’t have any money to spend on it. Doing everything myself just makes the most sense at the moment, but a boy can dream. Have you heard R Kelly’s new album? Not yet, but I was disappointed to learn that his ‘Love Letter Cruise’ was cancelled. I would love to have been on that boat if the plans had worked out. Something else, the press release of your latest album said something about it being Pet Sounds for the Smirnoff Ice Generation. Do you like Smirnoff Ice?


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I don’t care for the way it tastes, but I did enjoy that one summer when everyone was ‘icing’ each other. I guess that phrase, ‘Pet Sounds for the Smirnoff Ice Generation’, kind of describes what I was talking about. I want to combine the past, the present and the future into one thing that no one’s heard yet, but still taps into those basic human emotions like Brian Wilson was able to do. And have a lot of fun while I’m doing it. There’s also a song called ‘Fun’ on the album. What do you think is funny?

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The funniest thing I’ve seen this week is Hedo Rick (youtu.be/YV tEX1J7tXQ). It’s an old one, but I watch it often to remind me what’s important in life. Wow. He sure can dance. Can you dance like that? Yes. Dent May plays on 21 September at Botanique in Brussels. The show is promoted in collaboration with Urban Outfitters and entrance is free for Subbacultcha! Members. Page 25


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Japandroids

When garage punk duo Brian King and David Prowse, aka Japandroids, are not out there playing their loud and relentless rock ’n’ roll music at dark and sweaty underground venues, they like to take it easy in their hometown of Vancouver. Photographer David Zilber caught up with them there, right before they embarked on an epic four-month-long tour featuring 81 shows in 24 different countries and took some wonderful photos as they wandered around the city’s harbour. If you look closely, you can almost hear the silence. Like the calm before the storm. Read the interview we did with Japandroids on our website. Photos shot by David Zilber in Vancouver, Canada

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Amen Dunes is Damon McMahon, an American who lived in Beijing, but moved back to New York to pursue a career in music. On his latest album, Through Donkey Jaw, the crooner mixes folk, psychedelia and atmospherics with a bit of Chinese life seeping into its soothing, melodic mantras and hypnotic undercurrent. We discussed slow life. Read about making ripples, stuffing marijuana in your shoes and timelessness. Interview by Brenda Bosma Photos shot by Christopher Schreck in New York, USA

Does your mom like your music? Actually, my mother does not. It makes her feel uncomfortable even. Do you think moms are a good indicator for the quality or relevance of music? I wonder what Weird Al Yankovic’s mother thinks about that. I don’t know why my music makes my mother uncomfortable. It’s fine though. I take great pleasure from my music. She surely must love your band name. Well, she must. It looks great on paper. Also I like the feeling of sand slipping through your fingers, the mu-

sic sounds like that too. ‘Amen’ is in itself super beautiful, of course. It has a mysterious and gothic thing to it. Is there Chinese poetry in your music? There’s this one song that has all these voices in the background, they are all speaking Chinese. They are slandering me. Is that why you left Beijing? Yeah, because everyone was talking shit about me. No, actually my ex-girlfriend wrote something nasty about me. The song is about that. Does time in China move fast or Page 33


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‘I don’t know why my music makes my mother uncomfortable. It’s fine though.’

slow? In Chinese poetry it’s like it’s not passing at all, focusing on the stream and the wind. China moves really fast on the surface, but underneath it’s very slow. I loved it, but I left because I wanted to try Amen Dunes. My record label wanted me to play live, so I moved back to New York. If they didn’t like my music, I would have stayed in China and just lived life wonderfully. I would buy fresh fruit from the market every day and read a lot of books. That kind of slow life. Are you the type of person to throw rocks in a pond when the water is still? No way, I like the pond to be still. You don’t like to make ripples? No, not at all. You don’t like to be heard? Page 36

I don’t need to be heard. Why do you make what you make? Because it makes me feel really good. To me it’s beautiful, so I want to share it, but I like to share it quietly. I like the rocks to be dancing on the water. The work of performance artist Marina Abramović is often about endurance and the passing of time. She had this performance piece where she walks the Great Wall of China and after three months gets reunited with her lover, Ulay, who walked the Wall from the other end. Did you walk the Great Wall of China? I did with my brother once and we bumped into marijuana plants. We collected some and stuffed the leaves in our shoes. I don’t know how long


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‘I want to share it, but I like to share it quietly. I like the rocks to be dancing on the water.’

we were on the bridge. Could’ve been a long time. [Laughs] If you could add an element of timelessness to your music what would it be? I’d probably take a lot of things away. I’ll have it just be me and a guitar. No big message, just little ones that people can interpret for themselves. I really care about lyrics, even though they sound a bit muffled on the recordings. Blame that on my bad equipment. The songs often have nonsensical lyrics, like codes or mantras. ‘Baba Yaga’ is totally a mantra to me. But you should never give away your mantra. I know, but I can’t help it. That song is my mantra. In bars time takes on this surreal qual-

ity; you sort of forget about it, you waste it (but maybe that’s also because of the alcohol). Also the music in bars never really changes. It’s always the same song. What’s the best surrounding for your music to be heard in? I think when you’re walking around it works best. I love to walk with my headphones on, living a bit of slow life. The music also has that wandering quality. It’s a great marriage. But you can probably also listen to it in a bar when you’ve had too much to drink. Amen Dunes play on 17 September at De Kreun in Kortrijk and on 06 October at Les Ateliers Claus in Brussels. Both shows are free for Subbacultcha! members.

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Art

Featured artist

Bruno van den Berghe

Bruno van den Berghe is an artist living and working in Ghent. He works in a range of media, including drawing, silkscreen and sound. His work is strongly influenced by (alternative) music notation and is all about the visual representation of abstract concepts and entities. In his mathematical works Van den Berghe tries to materialise sound, emotions, spirituality and improvisation resulting in amazing layered compositions which radiate calculated randomness and touch on the complex, sometimes distorted, systematics that drive us. Artist selected, liked and approved by Ladda & Topo Copy.

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Music Reviews

New releases worth your while

By Carly Blair

Animal Collective Centipede Hz

Dan Deacon America

While preparing the follow-up to their landmark 2009 album, Merriweather Post Pavilion, vocalist Panda Bear says, ‘We were throwing around the idea that there could be this alien band hearing bits of sound coming from the Earth, and then thinking about what sounds an alien band would make.’ In realising this concept on Centipede Hz, Avey Tare and Panda Bear take on the role of the alien vocalists, their joyous harmonies imposing some extraterrestrial sense of order to scrambled and smashed sounds lovingly collected from the ether. Every time I hear a new Animal Collective album, my brain has to relearn how to experience music, and Centipede Hz affirms that like the universe to which their music is transmitted, the lessons Animal Collective have to teach my ears are seemingly infinite.

Equally adept at composing Steve Reich-channelling contemporary classical music as multicoloured, spastic 8-bit symphonies to God, Baltimore’s Dan Deacon certainly has to be one of the most fun musicians to ever play Carnegie Hall. In the face of socio-economic turmoil in the US, he set out to make an album contemplating the Land of the Free and the Home of the Brave as it stands today. America, in all its chaotic beauty and furore, represents not only the most seamless fusion of his classical and electronic work, but also a redemptive and pretty magnificent tribute to the flawed grandeur of the American landscape and to the power of people united in their quest for a more perfect union.

(Domino)

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Music Reviews

Matthew Dear Beams

Wild Nothing Nocturne

Matthew Dear is a man of many facets: founder of Ghostly International, DJ and producer/performer under no less than four distinct aliases. Dear has said, ‘I’m about four to five different people at any given time. By allowing all of those different personalities to exist... the most pure and direct self can come through in the music.’ This statement serves as a perfect reference when approaching his fourth full-length. Ranging from funk to driving dance punk to thoughtful meditations, it could easily be the work of four to five different people. But rather than coming off as schizophrenic, Beams acts as a sort of prism through which one person’s myriad self is refracted into a varied and delightful rainbow of ideas, moods and desires.

Jack Tatum’s 2010 debut, Gemini, was very well received in spite of being heavily indebted to C-86 bands, partly because of the timeliness of Tatum’s nostalgia, but more importantly because of his preternatural gift for memorable melodies. A nocturne is a musical composition that is inspired by, or evocative of, the night, and the collection of nocturnal transmissions on his sophomore album is dreamy indeed. Tatum has said that this album represents ‘what pop music would be in my ideal world’, and since in practice that means timelesssounding pop filled with graceful guitar melodies, Tatum’s is a world I’m glad to occupy, if only for the length of an album.

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Teen In Limbo (Carpark)

Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti Mature Themes (4AD)

Brooklyn’s Teeny Lieberson left her main gig with Here We Go Magic to form Teen along with her sisters Katherine and Lizzy and their longtime friend Jane Herships. There’s a glut of all-girl groups out there, most channeling Phil Spector groups like the Ronettes, but while Teen do draw inspiration from the ’60s it’s more in the form of psychedelia; take production by Spacemen3’s Sonic Boom as evidence. When these ladies get into a hypnotic, uptempo groove, the results can be pretty spectacular. In Limbo has some pimples, but Teen are precocious enough to have me wondering what kind of band they’ll grow up into.

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Ariel Pink’s 2010 breakout album, Before Today, possessed many of the bizarre elements that earned him a devoted cult following in the first place, but was cleanly produced and accessible enough to introduce his music to a much broader audience. Mature Themes doesn’t present too big a departure, although the songwriting process was apparently more collaborative than ever this time around. Maybe Pink slipped the sonic equivalent of GHB into my ears with Before Today in preparation for this moment; I find myself feeling oblivious to the smug irony that irritated me with his previous work. Or maybe Mature Themes is simply the best thing he’s done yet. Try asking me again tomorrow morning.


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Family oF the year (03.09) • crocodiles (06.09) • Graham coxon (21.09) • dent may (21.09) • Best coast (22.09) • We have Band (22.09) • lemonade (23.09) • GaGGle (23.09) • dan deacon + deep time (24.09) • cold specks (30.09) • van she (02.10) • islands (07.10) • a place to Bury stranGers (08.10) • the hundred in the hands (10.10) • teitur (19.10) …

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Horoscope LIBRA

23 Sept–22 Oct

You seek refuge in the fridge. You know you’re not a carton of milk, right? Not that you won’t expire eventually. It’s a fridge. It cannot help you in your quest for warmth.

SCORPIO

23 Oct–21 Nov

Your sexuality isn’t defined by big butts in hot pants any more. We think it is broke. Unfortunately it’s not a question of putting in some AAA batteries. Maybe you should start cuddling for a change?

SAGITTARIUS

22 Nov–21 Dec

You’re dancing like those waving canes in fifth-century Chinese poetry from the Song Dynasty. You are very very very dwunk.

CAPRICORN

22 Dec–20 Jan

Of course your turmoil doesn’t amuse us. Guess we thought you were approaching it with more sarcasm than this miserable kind of laughing at your own pain. No, we don’t think you are a sad clown at all. We love you, corndog!

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By Brenda Bosma

AQUARIUS

21 Jan-19 Feb

Life is temporary and so is the internet. You can tweet and ‘like’ all you want, but it’ll all fall into oblivion. Yes, we know: crazy shit.

PISCES

20 Feb–20 March

We worry and are scared shitless. We wonder why the cosmos can go on ignoring us like that. Are we not on its top priority list? Move your flippers, little fish, you are the priority list.

ARIES

21 March­–20 April

You have a glazed look in your eyes, there’s drool dripping from the corner of your mouth and your jumpsuit is on the floor. It’s as if you’re knee deep in your own puddle of testosterone, but you’re standing in a supermarket holding a packet of Cocoa Puffs. Oh my, this person has a rather strange effect on you.

TAURUS

21 April–21 May

Being dragged behind a speedboat is not your typical idea of fun. We agree it’s a world away from drinking iced cappuccino and playing Wordfeud while hunkering down for some crackers and cheese on the coffee table. We say: ‘Hold on tight to the rope, Rusty!’


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Horoscope

GEMINI

22 May–21 June

Oh, how you would go vegan, Fairtrade, local organic for this person, but you know you just cannot resist a juicy Whopper every once in a while. You’d be thinking of bacon every time you kissed. And you know The Vegan will know. Thoughts are not all we have.

VIRGO

23 August–22 September

CANCER

22 June–22 July

You are moved intensely by the flickering of the low-energy light bulb. It pops on ever so gently and then all of a sudden there is light. It is shining ever so softly, but there is light. A tear falls from your eye.

You just hate it when you’ve finally downloaded that obscure B-side and you realise it’s a FLAC file. Yet again you waste time figuring out how to convert the FLAC into an mp3 and inLEO stalling the associated software. 23 July–22 Aug The first five times you don’t We’re going to spend succeed due to the fucked-upa lot of our lives alone in rooms. Sometimes you will chat with the ness of the universe and just the UPS delivery man; sometimes you sky being rigor-mortis blue. The will chat with your reflection in the sixth time you ask someone else mirror. Chats are all we have. But to do it. Life is what happens to Leos know the chats will always you while you’re busy unpacking come to them. FLAC files.

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Subbacultcha! concerts, totally free for members Page 50

Other shows Page 55 Free tickets Page 60

This is Dan Deacon. He plays on 24 September at Botanique in Brussels. Don’t miss.

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Japandroids

14 September - La Chocolaterie (VK* Concerts), Brussels 19.30 | €12 | Free for Subbacultcha! members

After self-releasing two EPs and recording their debut full-length, PostNothing, also slated for self-release, this Vancouver rock duo had every intention of packing it up and calling it quits, frustrated by the lukewarm response they were receiving in their hometown. Just as their young hearts’ fire was dying out, Pitchfork tossed a Molotov cocktail into the embers in the form of a ‘Best New Music’ nod. The sudden recognition led to relentless touring, and in May of this year their sophomore album, Celebration Rock. With the energy and reckless abandon to match their debut and the epic, high-density thrills to supercede it, it ranks among the rock most worth celebrating so far this century.

Fawn Spots

14 September - JC Eglantier, Antwerp 20.00 | €5 | Free for Subbacultcha! members

There’s nothing Bambi-ish about this upcoming DIY crew from York, England, who walk a tight line between atonal post-punk and harmonious indie-pop – albeit indie-pop detached from reality by a thick layer of distortion. On stage it’s a punk ethos and lo-fi aesthetics, whipping crowds up into a frenzy in precisely the same way that the sorely-missed Women used to be so fantastic at. Page 50


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Amen Dunes + Cult of Youth

17 September - De Kreun, Kortrijk 20.00 | €10 | Free for Subbacultcha! members Damon McMahon’s first album under the moniker Amen Dunes was recorded in a cabin and then promptly shelved, a druggy and claustrophobic collection meant for McMahon’s ears alone. He then moved to Beijing for a few years and basically stopped making music. Those early recordings were eventually released as his debut full-length in 2009, and wellreceived enough to inspire him to return to the US and form a band. The full-length that resulted, Through Donkey Jaw, finds the skeletons of ideas from his debut fleshing out into beautiful, benumbing lo-fi pop. Also on the bill tonight are Americana-tinged apocalyptic neo-folk/punk outfit Cult of Youth, who just released their new album on Sacred Bones.

The Men + King Tuff

17 September - Trix, Antwerp 20.00 | €11 | Free for Subbacultcha! members

Brooklyn four-piece The Men are as virile and no-frills as their name implies, playing hardcore post-punk that’s melodic, distorted and LOUD. They come off as the kind of dudes that would shove you in the pit but immediately pick you back up if you fell, foaming beers in hand, faces flushed and beaming all the while. Vermont native and LA transplant Kyle Thomas aka King Tuff makes guileless garage-pop so jam-packed with stadium guitar riffs and ridiculously catchy melodies, you’ll want to play it on repeat at a house party you don’t have to clean up after. Page 51

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Hare Akedod III

ft. Ancient Ocean, Sunny Dunes, Expo 70 19 September - Scheld’apen, Antwerp 20.00 | TBA | Free for Subbacultcha! members Masters of contemporary psychedelia collide in this latest Hare Akedod special. Ancient Ocean and Expo 70 are both exciting exemplars of drone, improv and Eastern-inspired soundscapes. Expo 70 in particular have released some beautiful and mesmeric 12 inches in recent times. Then there’s French act Sunny Dunes, adding dreamy soundscapes and more lightly melodic drones.

Dent May

21 September - Botanique, Brussels 19.30 | €9 | Free for Subbacultcha! members

The ‘softest boy in Mississippi’ was discovered by Animal Collective while they were down in Oxford recording Merriweather Post Pavilion and signed him to their Paw Tracks label shortly thereafter. He’s an odd duck on their roster, sonically speaking, but I suspect they recognised a bit of their own sweetness in him. May, you see, specialises in ‘good feeling music’ that Page 52


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has earned him comparisons to the likes of Jens Lekman and Jonathan Richman. Back then he was crooning charmingly cheesy lounge-pop songs whilst strumming on his magnificent ukulele, but on his latest album, Do Things, he’s swapped the uke for synths, acoustic guitars and hints of psychedelia, giving his cheese a funkier flavour. The show is promoted in collaboration with Urban Outfitters.

Nzca/Lines

28 September - DOK (Ladda), Gent 20.00 | €7 | Free for Subbacultcha! members

The Nazca Lines are a series of ancient geoglyphs created by the Nazca people thousands of years ago in the desert in southern Peru. Though the lines are shallow, made by simply removing the surface’s reddish pebbles to uncover the whitish ground beneath, they have been preserved for thousands of years because the plateau on which they are etched is dry, windless and geographically isolated. Likewise Michael Lovett’s work as Nzca/ Lines is similarly indelible in spite of its seemingly delicate and superficial nature, his falsetto vocals tracing out lyrical shapes across a roseate and peaceful plain of lush arrangements and synth-pop melodies. Page 53

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Shows in September

Telepathe play at Leffingeleuren Festival (14-16 September - Leffinge)

Crocodiles 06 September - Botanique, Brussels Old-wave noise pop all the way from San Diego, wrapping up the pop sensibilities of Orange Juice in the fuzz and volume of The Jesus and Mary Chain. On the one hand, the overall atmosphere of new disc Endless Flowers isn’t going to change the world; but on the other, there’s no denying that it’s loaded with enough energy and character to lift your mood.

Festivaaalllaalla 06 - 23 September - Scheld’apen, Antwerp During the first three weeks of September, Scheld’apen is hosting their annual multidisciplinary festival Festivaaalllaalla. The line-up offers a cutting edge selection of contemporary music, film, art and theatre as well as a conference about sustainable housing. Highlights include an art installation by Rudy Trouvé and a perfor-

mance by Brussels-based audio-visual artist Je Suis Le Petit Chevalier. To top it off, Scheld’apen’s very own quality kitchen will be serving up some delicious food.

Holger Tracks ft. Morgan Geist 07 September - Bazaar, Brussels Helping to celebrate the grand reopening of Bazaar, Holger Tracks returns with the best, newest and weirdest dance and electronic sounds from around the world. Special guest is American producer/DJ/mixer/experimentalist Morgan Geist.

Dirty Beaches 09 September - Les Ateliers Claus (Buzz On Your Lips), Brussels Alex Zhang Hungtai is back in Europe with his lo-fi rockabilly project Dirty Beaches. Expect more of his trademark reverbdrenched crooning, dark romantic melodies and distorted grooves. Page 55


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Shows in September

Daniel Bachman 11 September - Piramuide, Gent This Philadelphia-based artist has a wickedly fast right hand that would make any teenage boy jealous. For such a young man, Bachman – who previously performed under the name Sacred Harp – utilises a rapid and accurate old-time Americana fingerpicking style, recalling the purity of country music and the more psychedelic drones of sitar ragas.

Perfume Genius 11 September - Ancienne Belgique, Brussels Seattle singer-songwriter Mike Hadreas is known for his gut-wrenchingly honest tales of misplaced lust and confusion sung atop gorgeous piano ballads. He has said, ‘Being emotional might not be innovative, but it’s definitely not wimpy.’ This is empowerment for the fragile in musical form.

A Winged Victory for the Sullen + Nils Frahm

the collective underground. For this latest edition, that means enticing sets from the acoustic-guitar slaying Bill Orcutt, the psychedelia and folk of MV & EE, the cosmic jams of Expo 70 and Nashville improv from Ancient Ocean.

Fawn Spots 14 September - JC Eglantier, Antwerp Harmonious indie-pop detached from reality by a thick layer of distortion. Read more on page 50.

Japandroids 14 September - La Chocolaterie (VK* Concerts), Brussels 15 September - Leffingeleuren Festival, Leffinge This Vancouver duo’s latest album ranks among the rock most worth celebrating so far this century. Read more on page 50.

Leffingeleuren Festival ft. Beirut, Japandroids, Telepathe, Wolf People

12 September - DOK (Democrazy), Ghent This collaboration between ex-Sparklehorse and Stars of the Lid musician Adam Wiltzie and composer Dustin O’Halloran beautifully mixes the droning soundscapes and melancholy post-classical piano compositions of their respective solo endeavours. Their wonderful self-titled debut album came out last year and sounds like a modern-day soundtrack to Twin Peaks.

14-16 September - Leffinge Set against the scenic backdrop of the steeple-laden skyline of Leffinge, festival season may be drawing to a close, but there are still some good bands on the circuit. Some shit ones too, but outweighing those are the likes of Telepathe, Beirut, The Subways, Japandroids and Staff Benda Bilili.

Graag Traag Festival #3 ft. Bill Orcut, MV & EE and the Comfort Sound System

15 September - Ancienne Belgique, Brussels 02 October - De Kreun, Kortijk For those still pining for the dance-punk grooves of LCD Soundsystem, the rougher and rawer boys of Black Dice (also DFA alumni) are more than capable of plugging

14 September - Kunstencentrum, Hasselt Under the guiding hand of the Sloow Tapes label, Graag Traag is an adventurous festival with a passion for surprising music from

Black Dice

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the gap. Never ones to settle for average or for purely recreating records, performance is everything so you’re sure to receive a pretty vibrant reimagining of their sixth studio album, Mr. Impossible – and beyond.

Bruismelk Festival 15 September - Scheld’apen, Antwerp Bruismelk is the annual festival organised by visual artist, musician and radio host Dennis Tyfus, aka Ultra Eczema. Expect uncompromising live performances by Ashley Paul, Coolhaven, Eli Keszler and lots more.

Amen Dunes 17 September - De Kreun, Kortrijk 07 October - Les Ateliers Claus, Brussels Beautiful, benumbing lo-fi pop. Read more on page 51.

The Men 17 September - Trix, Antwerp 18 September - VK, Brussels Hardcore post-punk that’s melodic, distorted and LOUD. Read more on page 51.

Cosmic Night ft. Ancient Ocean, Köhn, Expo 70 18 September - Les Ateliers Claus, Brussels If you’re a fan of psychedelia and can’t make it to Hasselt for Graag Traag, Cosmic Night is a more than suitable replacement. Ancient Ocean and Expo 70 are both exciting exemplars of drone, improv and Eastern-inspired soundscapes. Then there’s Köhn, specialising in electro arpeggios like a calmer Emeralds.

Hare Akedod III ft. Sunny Dunes, Ancient Ocean 19 September - Scheld’apen, Antwerp Page 58

And yet more psychedelia. Like Cosmic Night, but with French act Sunny Dunes adding dreamy soundscapes and melodic drones to the renowned sounds of Ancient Ocean and Expo 70. Read more on page 52.

Venetian Snares 20 September - Fuse (Buzz On Your Lips), Brussels Kentucky Fried Beats from the grandmaster of electro fuckery. Canadian producer Aaron Funk mixes and mangles everything from grindcore to disco. Controversial, enthralling and occasionally even soothing. Earlier this year he returned as Venetian Snares with Affectionate, a glitchcore EP equivalent to a love story. Or maybe just soft porn.

Bozar Electronic Arts Festival ft. Hype Williams, Gold Panda, Forest Swords 20-22 September - Bozar, Brussels The cutting edge of experimental electronics, pop, dance and ambience. On the opening night the masterful Australian noisemonger Ben Frost will team up with Daniel Bjarnason and Sinfonietta Cracovia to soundtrack Andrei Tarkovski’s Solaris. But spread across four days, this festival is an exciting feature of the international musical calendar, let alone Brussels, so none of it will disappoint.

The Wedding Present 21 September - Charlatan, Ghent God bless ’im, David Gedge still refuses to give up the ghost. This unmistakable project was born in the mid-’80s, survived the ’90s and was then reborn in the ’00s. The song doesn’t remain the same, but this old Yorkshire songwriter and John Peel fave is still capable of picking out a tune or two.


Agenda

Shows in September

Gold Panda (Bozar Electronic Arts Festival)

Dent May 21 September - Botanique, Brussels The ‘softest boy in Mississippi’ specialises in ‘good feeling music’ that has earned him comparisons to the likes of Jens Lekman and Jonathan Richman. Read more on page 52.

EL-P 21 September - VK, Brussels Dense and superbly aggressive hip hop from Brooklyn’s maestro rapper. Earlier this year he returned with Cancer 4 Cure, a challenging piece that simply refuses to play by the hip hop rules.

Best Coast 22 September - Botanique, Brussels Much of the media attention Bethany Cosentino gets nowadays has to do with her being a corporate shill, her relationship with Nathan from Wavves, weed, her cat Snacks, her Twitter or her cat Snacks’ Twitter. Nevertheless, she and her band do occasionally make lo-fi pop songs featuring Bobb Bruno’s guitar chops and Cosentino’s big, beautiful voice.

Lemonade 23 September - Botanique, Brussels While the dance pop this Brooklyn-by-wayof-San Francisco group served up on their self-titled 2008 debut was as sunshiney

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and sweat-inducing as the days on which their eponymous beverage is served, lately they’ve put their sound on ice, favouring sensitive vocals and glossier production.

Dan Deacon 24 September - Botanique, Brussels Equally adept at composing Steve Reichchannelling contemporary classical music as multi-coloured, spastic 8-bit symphonies to God, Deacon certainly has to be one of the most fun musicians to ever play Carnegie Hall. His upcoming album, grandly entitled America, represents the most seamless fusion of his classical and electronic work, and his highly interactive live shows are the stuff of legend. This one’s a must see!

Nzca/Lines 28 September - DOK, Ghent Michael Lovett’s work as Nzca/Lines etches out memorable vocals across a peaceful plain of lush arrangements and synth pop melodies. Read more on page 53.

White Hills 28 September - Muziekcentrum Trix, Antwerp New York’s White HiIls make space rock for 21st-century musical astronauts, and their blend of massive guitar riffs with fuzzy psychedelia and explosive live performances has earned them a devoted following. Page 59


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06 September Botanique, Brussels

09 September Les Ateliers Claus, Brussels

12 September DOK (Democrazy), Ghent

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20 September FUSE, Brussels

21 September Vaartkapoen, Brussels

28 September Trix, Antwerp

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Overview of all Subbacultcha shows in September

14 September

21 September

JC Eglantier, Antwerp 20.00 | €5 | Free for members

(promoted in collaboration with Urban Outfitters) Botanique, Brussels 19.30| €9 | Free for members

Fawn Spots

Dent May

14 September

Japandroids

28 September

La Chocolaterie (VK*Concerts), Brussels 19.30 | €12 | Free for members

Nzca/Lines

DOK (Ladda), Ghent 20.00 | €7 | Free for members

17 September

The Men + King Tuff Trix, Antwerp 19.30 | €11 | Free for members

2 October

Black Dice

De Kreun, Kortrijk 20.00 | €10 | Free for members

17 September

6 October

Amen Dunes + Cult of Youth

Amen Dunes + Rangda

De Kreun, Kortrijk 20.00 | €10 | Free for members

Les Ateliers Claus, Brussels 20.00 | €11 | Free for members

19 September

Hare Akedod III

ft. Ancient Ocean, Sunny Dunes, Scheld’apen, Antwerp 20.00 | TBA | Free for members

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