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October 2016 The Evolution Issue


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Subbacultcha magazine

The Evolution Issue

Evolve. As living creatures populating a living planet, it’s all we can do. And evolution means different things: green becomes yellow and then red, and then brown. Boys turn into girls who turn into cyborgs, and the music from one street builds on the adjacent one to feed and grow into the sound of the future. Because everything is better than yesterday and inferior to tomorrow – at least according to biological logic. But although evolution is natural, you still have to direct it somehow. You have to open your eyes wider, listen harder, immerse yourself in all the things that will help you beat the odds. Because survival of the fittest is also survival of the finest, dear reader. 03


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October Recommendations Artist: Elysia Crampton

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Brooklyn band brings an old fruit crate to their live sets, which when opened reveals a tiny jungle filled with fauna, flora and lights that is magnified and projected onto the walls, enveloping the crowd in an otherworldly glow. Their debut album Islet is out on Home Assembly Records. — soundcloud.com/peptalk_music

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With a challenging near-manifesto spanning geology and complex racial dynamics underpinning her latest works, let’s just say Elysia Crampton isn’t short of artistic ambition. But to place focus Magazine: Zweikommaseiben entirely on the surrounding concept doesn’t do her justice: newly released When we first stumbled across Issue debut full-length American Drift stands #10 of Swiss magazine Zweikomon its own, a mind-blowing, near transmaseiben, we were dumbfounded. cendent masterpiece blending Latin Featuring in-depth interviews with cumbia, Bolivian saya, tribalistic crunk the likes of M.E.S.H., Lena Willikens, and a healthy dose of DatPiff-worthy Vessel, Powell and Torn Hawk, it was ON TOUR: mixtape narration. After19.–21. years ofOKT craftas though we’d found our soulmate. CAMPO NIEUWPOORT ANTWERPEN, BRUSSEL, ing sample-dependent (though Someone somewhere else…in the GENT no less AMSTERDAM, incredible) sonic mosaics under the E+E world knew exactly what we were moniker, she’s finally come into her own, thinking and what we’d want to read. and we’re reaping the benefits. ForBY the 2015 issue,PERFORMER / they’ve A NEW PERFORMANCE A Summer TALENTED YOUNG DANCER / DIYer/ WANNABE ROCKSTAR / SLAM POET. bevy turned their attention to another — soundcloud.com/eande of recent favourites: Beatrice Dillon, Artist: Peptalk TCF, Danse Noir and Oneohtrix Point

Multiverse Louis Vanhaverbeke

Having grown up in Tokyo, Los Angeles and San Juan, Shayna, Mike and Angelica of Peptalk merge their disparate worlds by creating small musical islands of dreamy, exotica-inspired melodies with bird calls, synthesizers and orchestral instruments. The CAMPO KUNSTENCENTRUM GENT

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October Recommendations Contents Artist: Elysia Crampton

Brooklyn band brings an old fruit crate to their live sets, which when opened reveals a tiny jungle filled with fauna, flora and lights that is magnified and projected onto the walls, enveloping the crowd in an otherworldly glow. Their debut album Islet is out on Home Assembly Records. — soundcloud.com/peptalk_music

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With a challenging near-manifesto spanning geology and complex racial dynamics underpinning her latest works, let’s just say Elysia Crampton isn’t short of artistic ambition. But to place focus entirely on the surrounding concept doesn’t do her justice: newly released debut full-length American Drift stands on its own, a mind-blowing, near transcendent masterpiece blending Latin cumbia, Bolivian saya, tribalistic crunk and a healthy dose of DatPiff-worthy mixtape narration. After years of crafting sample-dependent (though no less incredible) sonic mosaics under the E+E moniker, she’s finally come into her own, and we’re reaping the benefits. — soundcloud.com/eande

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When we first stumbled across Issue #10 of Swiss magazine Zweikommaseiben, we were dumbfounded. Featuring in-depth interviews with the likes of M.E.S.H., Lena Willikens, Vessel, Powell and Torn Hawk, it was as though we’d found our soulmate. Someone somewhere else in the world knew exactly what we were thinking and what we’d want to read. For the Summer 2015 issue, they’ve turned their attention to another bevy of recent favourites: Beatrice Dillon, TCF, Danse Noir and Oneohtrix Point

We Visit You 14 Book 34

Featured Artist 36 Style 34

Films 40

Subbacultcha Shows 45

Artist: Peptalk

Having grown up in Tokyo, Los Angeles and San Juan, Shayna, Mike and Angelica of Peptalk merge their disparate worlds by creating small musical islands of dreamy, exotica-inspired melodies with bird calls, synthesizers and orchestral instruments. The

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October Recommendations

Recent finds from our editorial team Kasper Bosmans, Decorations

behind the operation have cooked up something new for la rentrée: Bxl Mon Amourrr will serve as an intermezzo before next summer’s shenanigans crawl into your wellies once more. With ten high calibre DJs, including Carl Craig, Pional and Weval, among others, 29 October sounds like it’s going to be etched in people’s minds as the first time the ‘Doureeeh’ chant was heard in the fall. Un. Miss. Able.

If you find yourself in Rotterdam before the end of the year, head to the Witte de With museum for some Belgian-grown delights. Brussels-based artist Kasper Bosmans has reinvented past endeavours for his latest exhibition, Decorations: murals, painterly interventions and sculptures embody the preoccupations at the heart of Bosmans’ work – namely, social and ecological issues and the creation of a formalised anthropological vocabulary, this time through interventions on the museum’s archival material. Along with an eponymous publication, which is heavily anchored in the Witte de With’s history, it’s hard to imagine a better way for this enigmatic place to end the year. You can check it out until 31 December.

— monamourrr.be Ace & Tate

— wdw.nl We already have enough reasons to love Ace & Tate (two of them being their Home Try-On service and their Creative Fund), but now we have yet another: the affordable Amsterdam eyewear label is crossing borders and opening a store (designed by Amsterdam’s Standard Studio with special

Bxl Mon Amourrr Perhaps you couldn’t make it this year; perhaps you can’t get enough. But for those of you with a mad thirst for all things Dour Festival, you’ll be thrilled to hear that the brains

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October Recommendations illustrations by artist Jordy van den Nieuwedijk) at Steenhouwersvest 15 in Antwerp on October 6th. The concept behind the brand is simple yet strong: by cutting out unnecessary middlemen they’re able to offer highquality, home-designed, handmade frames at fair prices with no hidden costs, starting at €98 with prescription included. Straightforward thinking – that’s the way we like it. And so will you. Get your wish list ready and start spreading the news.

seemingly banal workings of everyday life and exposes them in a way that you can never unsee again. If you can’t be bothered to read the book, there’s a blog, a radio show and even a movie going deep into the hidden economics of the underground. Makes for great dinner party conversation, too. — freakonomics.com Heavy Metal Parking Lot

— aceandtate.nl Freakonomics You don’t have to have a degree in economics to appreciate its metaphorical hand in all walks of life. We can better appreciate this thanks to Stephen Levitt, a self-professed rogue economist, and his research on the application of economic theory in unexpected places. First published in 2005, Freakonomics is a study of incentives: how people go about getting what they want, and the implications and intricacies therein. Whether dealing with the internal hierarchy of drug dealing or the information tactics of the freaking Ku Klux Klan, Freakonomics gives insight into the

When was the last time you went to a show that was so anticipated, so epic, so memorable, that even the moments surrounding it were just as – if not more – electrifying? Back in 1986, indie filmmakers Jeff Krulik and John Heyn captured one such instance in the parking lot of a Judas Priest concert. Gaggles of teenagers loiter about, high on tunes and other such intoxicating substances, and holler whoops and tirades in all their big-haired glory. Sixteen minutes of

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October Recommendations notable quotables (‘Madonna can go to hell as far as I’m concerned, she’s a dick!’) are a prelude to the early MTV days, back when the holy temple of rock’n’roll could still be shamelessly worshipped in on public-access TV. Catch it on YouTube, grab a couple of cold ones, and go preach some noise.

by a symposium – .tiffTALKS – on 7 October, and while the contents are still hush-hush, you can expect it to deliver on its promise of ‘quality, challenging content, diversity, and originality’. Count us charmed.

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Raving Iran

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It can be so easy to forget that what some people take for granted can, in other places, cost others their freedom, and even their lives. German filmmaker Susanne Regina Meures illustrates this in her much-lauded documentary, Raving Iran. In it, she follows two uber-talented, extremely passionate techno DJs, Anoosh and Arash, who stage underground parties despite the very real threat of apprehension by the Tehran authorities. Despite the persecution and the death threats, the boys continue to put their lives and freedom at risk in order to pursue their dream – a dream of joy, of euphoria and communion, of losing oneself in the collective experience of live music. A dream all too dangerous for them, but well worth the peril.

FoMu, Antwerp’s own photo museum, apparently gets so overwhelmed with new and exciting works that their own walls are not big enough to represent them. Luckily, they found a platform through their annual magazine, .tiff. Launched in 2012, .tiff showcases some of the most compelling emerging photographers in Belgium, allowing them to present their work in poster format so it can be experienced as (literally) fully as possible. The 2016 issue will be accompanied

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We Visit You Photo by Catherine Lemblé

Name: Thomas Konings Age: 22 Zodiac: Twins Website: indiestyle.be

and Rabit and Toxe and Nkisi and Elysia Crampton, and the whole SoundCloud world surrounding them. What do you like best about your place? I like the speakers in my bed. They’re not that great but waking up with some MJ through my bed stereo is the best thing ever.

Tell us, what do you do in life? I’m the editor-in-chief of Indiestyle, a website that focuses on new and exciting bands and artists and tries to be an independent and critical voice in the Belgian music scene. We’re aiming to reach people who are constantly searching for new stuff. I’m also still studying, I’m writing a thesis for a master’s in international relations and diplomacy.

What’s your favourite pastime? I’m sorry for the predictable answer but going to a concert is my favourite pastime. It’s an escape from reality, I like that. Any guilty pleasures? I don’t feel ashamed of anything I like. No one should! Actually, I really hate these two words: it’s 2016, your ‘guilty pleasure’ is probably a thousand times more interesting than the next new alternative band.

What inspires you? People inspire me. I’m always glad when my phone battery is empty and I’ve got kind of an excuse to talk to strangers on the train. I feel so stupid for not doing that more often, because it always makes me so so happy.

Which future Subbacultcha show are you looking forward to? Elysia Crampton: she’s such a visionary artist with a unique sound and an important message. Her album American Drift had a huge impact on me.

What kind of music are you listening to at the moment? There are a lot of interesting electronic musicians out there right now who are blending art forms, who are trying to find themselves and who are challenging our emotionless mainstream. I’m thinking of Arca

Every month we visit a Subbacultcha member’s place. If you want us to visit you, please send an email to magazine@ subbacultcha.be

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Interview

Mild High Club

Interview by Alexander Ermakov Photos by Miranda Lehman, shot in Portland, Oregon, USA

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Mild High Club Jazz Business. Alex Bretting, the man behind psychedelic pop project Mild High Club, has been recording for several years now. Once a solo project, Bretting took a new approach for his sophomore offering by collaborating with his amigos. The result is a jazzy record that invites you to chill. Really. Hard. Skiptracing retains the attitude of Bretting’s debut, but refines the production and takes the music in ever-more mind-expanding directions. To find out more about what goes on inside the mind of a Mild High member, we called him up to discuss the drama of being 15, the state of psych music today and how his approach to listening to music has changed. What was the first song you wrote for the new album? It was ‘Skiptracing’. It was something that I would play on guitar, just a sort of progression that I liked, and then I think ‘Homage’ was something that I was working on, but I hadn’t fully fleshed it out. So I think both of those were around the same time. The rest of the songs came in order. Is that because you knew what the story arc was going to be for the album? Not quite, the narrative came later. But it was more I wanted to connect

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Interview the end of one song to the beginning of the next and sort of create a longform piece. That was my initial goal with the first six songs: to create this one big song. Like a movement or something. What made you want to cut it up instead of creating one continuous song? I wanted to basically go through the different areas of what was inspiring me. My inspirations aren’t narrowed down to one specific genre, so I wanted to be able to change the fidelity, song to song, that kind of represented the sounds that I wanted in the best way for each song. So for instance, the difference between the song ‘Carry Me Back’ and ‘Tessellation’ is like the difference between, um… like, the Beach Boys and Steely Dan. Doing it as one song would’ve been a logistical nightmare, because there was a lot more information that went into this album than the first one (I think!). What was Alex like at 15 years old? I thought I could rip jazz guitar, thought I was really gonna be good at jazz. There was this local band I saw play called Blue Funk Infidelity and I really looked up to one of the dudes in the band (the keyboard player). They were kind of like Phish, sort of jam band guys. And that just inspired me to play guitar. ’Cause up until that point I could play the blues, and I sort of listened to music. But it was then that I started to hear awesome harmony, and I just became obsessed with trying to figure it out. And I thought I could be good at guitar. That was me at 15, pretty chill. Do you think the way you listen to music has changed since then? I think going to music school, and doing exercises that force you to analyze what you’re hearing, forces you to create sort of mental techniques. It’s almost unavoidable for me to not analyze or attempt to analyze. What draws me to complex music is I can’t immediately know how to play it or some-

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‘I thought I could be good at guitar. That was me at 15, pretty chill’ thing. I can’t immediately sing it back. But it’s still memorable, it’s still able to be something that can play back in your head. Does it take the pleasure out of music a little bit if you’re always analyzing it? No, it doesn’t. Sometimes it does make certain things boring. But it’s not that I can’t appreciate boring. It’s hard to say. I just want a challenge when I’m listening to stuff. Some stuff is too predictable for me. I don’t like to have predictable; I wanna be surprised. It doesn’t take the enjoyment away, but I do like to be surprised. In what way would you say psychedelic music has changed since the ’60s? Technology has allowed it to become such a widespread, multifaceted blanket term for pretty much any sort of music that’s produced today in high-functioning environments. You could call anything from Tame Impala to what Rihanna does to even country music psychedelic. Technology has allowed us to use yesterday’s stuff to the extreme and today’s stuff in ways that we couldn’t do even two or three years ago. It’s all about messing with the mind, I guess. It’s sweet. You could do much more now that you couldn’t back then. It just always seems to come back to using technology to really distort the perception of what you’re hearing. Psychedelic music today is so expansive. It’s almost hard to use that term. It’s like pop. Mild High Club plays Madame Moustache, Brussels on 19 October. The show is free for members.

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Elysia Crampton In the midst of huayños and R&B, cumbia and crunk, the landscape of Elysia Crampton’s music is a mountainous one. Its sheer rolling mass tells numerous tales, from collages of already storied samples to her own South and Central American and indigenous history. At the same time, oscillating between rocky, unstable points of reference, her music is equally mountainous in its formation, as of shifting plates highlighting the temporal nature of our selves. Demon City, released this summer, is a set of collaborative tracks featuring Chino Amobi, Why Be, Rabit and Lexxi. This ‘epic poem’, as she calls it, proves Crampton’s ability to evolve musically by incorporating sounds linked to her indigenous origins and inviting friends to create a more textured and danceable electronic environment.

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Elysia Crampton plays at Vooruit, Ghent on 22 October. The show is free for members.


Featured Artist Nestled in Ghent’s oasis of tranquillity, the beguinage, is the atelier of Dutch artist Tessa Groenewoud. A collector of images, she selects

Tessa Groenewoud those that make her wonder about the world we live in and explores their relationship with language and reality. With the sound of church bells in the background, we met for tea and biscuits and chatted about Tessa’s quest to unravel the meaning of everyday imagery. Interview by Valerie Steenhaut Photos shot by Tiny Geeroms in the artist’s studio in Ghent

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Tessa Groenewoud Your work seems like you’re questioning the narure of photography and the pictures we make. Am I correct? Yes. Vilém Flusser once wrote people need images to understand and accept reality. They seem to offer us a window through which we see the world, but actually the images stand in between us and that reality. Photographs especially are deceptive, as they are seemingly transparent but in fact they are very artificial.

out as a painter, believing it was the art form to use in order to express an image. Soon it became clear that the medium alone was far too limited, which enabled me to start incorporating various other art forms into my work, like photography. I’m not a photographer, though. I study the medium rather than the outcome, and often focus on how images come into existence and rework and question them rather than adding to the existing body of images out there.

This idea is interesting, especially when you look at images online. I see a world saturated with images, wherein photography has a huge share. Nowadays everyone can make pictures; photography has become an evident part of life. The internet has created a new reality online through its images that comprise of data, information, algorithms… a lot of questions come to mind when thinking about this. Who is considered the maker of these online images? When typing in a word into a search engine, the word evokes a code that generates images made by other people in the past, turning the searcher into the maker of the image as well.

Where does this fascination with images come from? I grew up in a small town in the south of the Netherlands where Catholicism was very present. I was raised a Catholic and we went to church sometimes. I loved the images there; paintings of Jesus and Mary, the relics on the altar... Opposite from our church there was a sober Protestant church in which the depiction of the godly was forbidden. I learned that, for some people, being surrounded by images isn’t as self-evident as we’d like to believe. Already as a child I was fascinated by this dichotomy and I think the idea lingered on. Selected by BLANCO tessagroenewoud.nl

How have you evolved as an artist? I never stop(ped) evolving. I started

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Books Text and artwork by Gabriela Gonzalez

The Illuminatus! Trilogy By Robert Anton Wilson & Robert Shea Some months ago I reviewed Robert Anton Wilson’s personal rendition of a self-help book, Prometheus Rising – which in all fairness should start its own genre (brain-rewiring books? Domesticated ape guides?). Still high from that kick, I decided to tackle his monument of a novel, The Illuminatus! Trilogy. That was back in January, and I’m still about two-thirds through. Yet this book is the kind of trip you want to prolong and ride out as long as you can. It’s not like it makes much sense anyway. Written with Robert Shea, a science-fiction writer worthy of his own cult, Illuminatus! was first published in 1975, starting with The Eye in the Pyramid and quickly succeeded by The Golden Apple and Leviathan. Any version you’ll find today will appear in omnibus edition, which makes it a daunting 800-page challenge to take on. But really: do it! A semi-conventional detective story about a missing persons case goes far beyond any semblance of a coherent plot. Burroughsian narrative devices and golden submarines plunge you into a world of Discordian anarchy, telepathic dolphins, next-level hallucinogens and enough contradicting plots and schemes to make you forget your own name. Treated with enough humour to go a step above the meta, and still managing to touch upon the metaphysical, this book was clearly written to make you question your own sanity and your so-called reality. A work of fiction – but is it really? Or is it just your mind splattering on the pages?

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Films by Sabzian

Figures of Dissent: Cinema of Politics / Politics of Cinema by Stoffel Debuysere

How can the relationship between cinema and politics be conceived today? This question was the starting point for Figures of Dissent, an extensive series of discussions, dialogues and screenings organised by Stoffel Debuysere over the course of the last four years. Some of the thoughts and doubts that simmered as a result of these encounters were expressed in the form of letters. This manuscript assembles six of those letters, addressed to fellow filmmakers, artists, producers and theorists. They are six tentative forms of study that blend various impressions, associations and digressions in an attempt to make sense of this conundrum that has been haunting the past century: how does the art of moving shadows pertain to the realities of political struggle? Besides being a driving spirit behind the Courtisane Festival in Ghent, Stoffel Debuysere is a researcher, curator and writer working in the field of cinema and audiovisual arts. You can order the book on the website of the publishing house MER. Paper Kunsthalle: merpaperkunsthalle.org.

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Films War Is Over Over the next two months (until 02 November) Cinema Nova in Brussels organises a programme on the aftermath of recent and past wars. It deploys an arsenal of films and events that each in their own way deal with the psychological, territorial and social outcome of the (self-) proclaimed post-war periods. Don’t miss the harrowing Homeland: Iraq Year Zero (Abbas Fahdel, 2015) and the magisterial The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp (Michael Powell & Emeric Pressburger, 1943). nova-cinema.org

Cinephile pilgrimage Every year the Flemish-Dutch House deBuren invites a dozen young writers for a residency in Paris. Film critic Ruben Demasure seized the opportunity to go on a cinephile pilgrimage in the French capital. You can find the Dutch text on our website: “Mijn verhaal is een persoonlijke pelgrimage en filmviering. Een grand tour langs filmhistorisch en bouwkundig erfgoed in de stad waar 120 jaar geleden het concept van de publieke filmvertoning ontstond. Art et essai: een essay in acht scènes.” Image from Le diable probablement (Robert Bresson, 1977)

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All My Life: The Films of Bruce Baillie (L’âge d’or Festival)

Taking its cue from Luis Buñuel’s film, the L’âge d’or Prize was conceived by the founder of the Royal Belgian Film Archive, Jacques Ledoux, to support the production of poetic, subversive and innovative films. In 2014, it became the L’âge d’or Festival and is today, in compliance with the initial objectives, a bold annual film programme aiming to deconstruct and criticise conformism in both cinema and society. This year, this marvellous festival runs from 06 to 11 October at CINEMATEK in Brussels and introduces, among others, the work of the Lebanese artist duo Joana Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige and the work of Peter Gidal, a key figure of the independent cinema and the academia in Great Britain. In 1966 he helped to establish the prolific London Film-makers’ Co-op. In addition the festival focuses on Asian experimental cinema and the avant-garde of the American West Coast of the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s. Check our selection on sabzian.be

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Part of this latter programme is a retrospective of the magical work of Bruce Baillie. ‘A poetry in light… an alchemist… a tender anarchist. Bruce Baillie makes me see more colours in the world.’ ‘I was lucky to see his films in 16 mm. This was such a religious experience, almost, because the way he controls the lights and colours is so organic. Later, I found out that he sometimes developed his films himself or that he sent specific instructions to the lab, and that’s so admirable. Especially now that everything is automatic. I would call watching his films “religious” because they are so profound and it’s like watching the wonder of nature.’ (Apichatpong Weerasethakul on Bruce Baillie) The second quote stems from Bjorn Gabriels’ interview with Apichatpong Weerasethakul for Sabzian Image from All My Life (Bruce Baillie, 1966) Sabzian is a collection of online reflections on cinema, and maps cinephile events in Belgium and its surroundings. Articles are written in Dutch, English and French - sabzian.be

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Film: Eau Zoo

02 October - Cinema Zuid, Antwerp 18.00 | â‚Ź5 | Free for members

landscapes beaten by the wind, the movie flirts with a certain anticipation cinema, proves to be a Shakespearean drama and becomes a captivating, peculiar tale.

Emilie Verhamme is a promising young director. Her first full-length

Things to do this month — October 2016

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Subbacultcha Events. Free for members Sign up for €8 per month at subbacultcha.be

On the following pages you’ll find all of this month’s Subbacultcha events. You can buy a ticket at the door or become a Subbacultcha member and enter for free. Join at subbacultcha.be core and always wanted to cross over to electronica, this might just be your night.

Youth Code + Trepaneringsritualen + Onmens 07 Oct - Het Bos, Antwerp 20.00 I €11 | Free for members

Film: L’âge d’Or Festival - Focus on Peter Gidal

Headlining this dark and intense night are LA-based Youth Code, often described with EBM and industrial sounds having similarities with early Wax Trax! Records. The duo, founded by Ryan William George and Sara Taylor back in 2012, also incorporates hardcore in the music, which has been more prominent in the most recent records. Het Bos also welcomes Swedish noise project Trepaneringsritualen for an exploration of religion, magick and the occult realms of consciousness. Finally, the homegrown and familiar Onmens join the roster with their post-punk riffs merged with spooky electronics. If you like metal or hard-

07 Oct - Cinematek, Brussels 21.00 I €6 | Free for members Peter Gidal’s body of experimental films challenge the viewer, often focusing on the formal structure of editing, grain, duration and tempo. While not the easiest films to digest, his works stand the test of time as unique art pieces, and have been screened in some of the most renowned venues around the world. After winning the prestigious ‘Age d’Or’ prize for his latest film, Not For All, Gidal returns to Cinematek this month with a collection of movies that are bound to challenge and expand viewers’ perceptions of what cinema can be.

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Film: Always and Never at Home, Selected Works by Esther Johnson

of being in a space, the rhythm and flow of visitors to a place and the importance of design for everyday street furniture.

Expo: Step Up! Belgian Dance and Performance on Camera 1970-2000 Chapter 1

09-16 Oct - Argos, Brussels 11.00-18.00 I €4 | Free for members

09 Oct-18 Dec - Argos, Brussels 11.00-18.00 I €6 | Free for members

Esther Johnson is a UK-based artist and filmmaker whose research practice explores documentary portraiture through moving image, audio and photography. POINT AND SHOOT (2006) is a short animation in an ongoing series of formal experiments that take instruction procedures and mechanical apparatus manuals as source material. In Tune In (2006), meanwhile, Johnson explores themes like tradition, folklore and regeneration. Her more recent work, Alone Together, The Social Life of Benches (2015) highlights themes such as the feeling

Comprising over 50 films and videos, the evolving group exhibition STEP UP! presents an exciting selection of Belgian works at the intersection of dance, performance and visual arts from the period 1970-2000. While older contributions from the likes of Jacques-Louis Nyst and Jacques Lennep are of a more conceptual nature, iconic figures such as Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker, Wim Vandekeybus and Alain Platel bring a breath of fresh air. They – and many others – join forces with artists/filmmak-

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ers such as Thierry De Mey and Sven Augustijnen. While dance and camera experience an intense love affair, artists including Joëlle Tuerlinckx and Edith Dekyndt deliver groundbreaking video art performances.

brings a laid-back, guitar-lead rock of bucolic soundscapes that conjures up classic Americana of the Sixties and Seventies.

Peder Mannerfelt

Ultimate Painting

13 Oct - STUK, Leuven 20.00 I €14 | Free for members 11 Oct - Botanique, Brussels 20.00 I €14 | Free for members

Having produced for the likes of Fever Ray, Glasser and Blonde Redhead, Swede Peder Mannerfelt has now started releasing music under his own name. In contrast to his previous explorations of house music (as The Subliminal Kid) and ambient (as part of duo Roll the Dice), Mannerfelt’s latest work is characterised by cut-up vocals, looping feedback and abstractly resonating percussion. Featuring on the 2016 roster of the pan-European SHAPE platform, Manner-

Less than a year after they last visited us on their promotional tour for Green Lanes, the Londonbased boys Ultimate Painting are back with a third LP in their bags. Dusk, released in early October, was recorded entirely in James’s home studio with the intention to produce something that would be closer to how the band plays live. Far from being a pastiche of Velvet Underground – to whom they are endlessly compared – the duo

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felt is coming to Belgium for the first time. At STUK he will present his newest album, Controlling Body, an inquiry into topics like artificial intelligence, through a combination of dystopian soundscapes of electrical hum and industrial noise structures.

Zürich, when things begin to fall apart. The memory cards containing recorded fragments were smuggled out of Iran in Meures’s bra – and it was a risk worth taking, because the resulting documentary, Raving Iran, sheds new light on the rave scene in the country of ayatollahs. Members need to collect their free ticket at the Film Fest Gent box office next to Kinepolis.

Film: Film Fest Gent Presents Raving Iran

Theatre: Malcolm X

18 Oct - KVS, Brussels 18.00 | €17 | Free for members The most talked-about play at KVS this year must be Malcolm X. Intrigued at how the legendary Malcolm X would react while wandering the streets of Brussels, Junior Mthombeni, Fikry El Azzouzi and Cesar Janssens put together a confronting show that will make you critically reflect on today’s society. With over 20 performers, actors, musicians, slammers and dancers, this multilingual (Dutch, French, Arabic, English…) play, supported by sultry live music, is not to be missed.

14 Oct - Kinepolis, Ghent 22.30 | €13 | Free for members (please pick up your ticket at the infodesk) In a country where Western techno music is forbidden, Iranian DJs Anoosh and Arash defy the government by organising underground raves. Director Susanne Regina Meures follows the musician-activists in the buildup to their first international performance at the Lethargy Festival in

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decides to become a worthwhile person. While evolving in wondrous sceneries and a series of wholeheartedly simple life events, the teenager asks her greatest idols for advice. Among them: primatologist Jane Goodall, Archbishop Desmond Tutu and Kiwi teen pop star Lorde. Through mouthy interventions and innocent spiritual statements taken from her oneway letter exchanges, Maxine figures out for herself how to enact her resolutions.

19 Oct - Madame Moustache, Brussels 20.00 | €8 | Free for members Psychedelic music articulated in its smoothest expression. Allying what makes the genre musically so hypnotising with the groove and offhandedness of his Los Angeles vibes, Mild High Club honours those enjoyably, lazy moments when the mind wanders away in vaporous ways. The solo project of Alex Brettin – one of Mac DeMarco’s tour mates – Mild High Club makes nonchalance and casualness the cornerstones of his compositions. Along with low-key, dreamy and upbeat melodies, the artist reveals an irresistible sensitivity to gracefulness.

Theatre: Multiverse

20-21 Oct - Nieuwpoort (Campo), Ghent 20.30 | €13 | Free for members

Film: Dear Lorde

19-23 Oct - Argos, Brussels 11.00-18.00 I €6 | Free for members

Louis Vanhaverbeke, known for exploring the clash between subcultures and lifestyles, will perform Multiverse, wherein his voice and everyday furniture become instruments for the production

Maxine Rose collects bones and will soon turn 15 on 1 January. For this turning point of her life and the beginning of a new year, she

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of experimental sounds. Prepare yourself to see multifunctional Vanhaverbeke DJ with a bucket, frisbee, funnel and a disco ball (to name but a few) while reciting words and expressions.

melodic structures and rhythmic choices irradiate with political and identity-driven statements. Taking her inspiration from South American traditional music, hiphop codes and ’90s-like sonorities, Crampton constructs fables lead by speechless voices that, rather than telling a tale, build an emotional fundament. Preceding those mythical works, the narration of storyteller and soundscaper Inne Eysermans (vocalist with Amatorski) should guide the evening towards a dazzling apotheosis.

Jenny Hval

21 Oct - Ancienne Belgique, Brussels 20.00 | €15 | Free for members Norwegian singer, composer and writer Jenny Hval is on a mission to assess gender identities and unspoken subjects. The result of this quest; six avant-garde albums exploring themes ranging from internet porn to fragile male ego and most recently menstruation with Blood Bitch.

Film: Grease Evening 24 Oct - Art Cinema OFFoff, Ghent 20.00 | €7 | Free for members

Take a trip musical trip into the 1950s, reimagined in the ’70s, remixed by three separate filmmakers. That’s right. Everyone’s favourite campy musical is back. Sort of. Join OFFoff cinema this month for an innovative collection of three separate filmmakers’ commentaries on Grease, and the way that we perceive mainstream culture.

Elysia Crampton + Inne Eysermans 22 Oct - Vooruit, Ghent 20.00 | €10 | Free for members In Bolivian-American electronic artist Elysia Crampton’s work, the intensity and surrealism of the

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Film: Yojimbo

and-white story with cool-as-ice Toshiro Mifune playing the titular role, this cinematic experience will ensnare you and keep you intrigued till the final credits roll. Whether you’re a Kurosawa veteran or a newcomer curious to see what all the fuss is about, this movie is guaranteed to provide you with a fantastic experience on the big screen.

25 Oct - Cinematek, Brussels 19.00 | €4 | Free for members

Film: The Overnight

Legendary filmmaker Akira Kurosawa stands the test of time as one of the most influential and visionary filmmakers of the 20th century. His oeuvre is so vast and so plentiful that determining where to begin with a vast filmography comprising over 30 works can be a daunting prospect. If you’re new to his work and would like to dive in, look no further than the 35mm screening of Yojimbo at Cinematek this month. The story of a lone samurai hired by rival families in a small town to do their dirty bidding has influenced countless filmmakers across generations, from Leone to George Lucas. With a gorgeously shot black-

26 Oct - KASK Cinema, Ghent 22.30 I €5 | Free for members Basking in the glory of unanimous praise at Sundance, The Overnight is a film that is at once as darkly funny as it is deeply insightful. Taking two polar opposite couples living in Los Angeles and putting them in one house for a friendly dinner, the film proceeds to examine these relationships in a way that most mainstream films would shy away from. The film twists and turns in unexpected ways, but never loses its audience thanks to a formidable cast that helps ground the crazy hijinks of the night in a sense of

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realism. A genuine surprise every step of the way, the film eschews relationship movie cliches for a rawer, truer examination of middle-age couples in crisis.

ital in isolation and the rest of the country. Interesting stuff that makes you think – not your average movie night.

Ben Vida

Film: Le Barbier de Tunis

26 Oct - Argos, Brussels 18.30 I €6 | Free for members 27 Oct - STUK, Leuven tba | tba | Free for members

One year after the fall of Ben Ali, Benoît Eugène and Bernard Mulliez started making a traveller’s diary about Tunisia in full transition. With portraits of people on both sides of the political spectrum, the film shows Tunisians exploring democracy and freedom of expression. As the interviews unfold, the traditional vision on the Arab Revolution starts to crumble and we see a complex struggle between a cap-

New Yorker Ben Vida is not your average musician. Having released on Pan Records and Shelter Press in the past, he’s primarily known for investigating sonic illusions and acoustic sensations. For his latest project, concrete poetry was transformed into vocal performance, speech patterns and sound vibrations. He captures the paus-

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Film: Aferim!

es, stammers and disfluencies of human conversations: all the spoken artefacts usually absent in transcripts. With Vida’s support show for Tim Hecker two years ago in mind, this is an avant-garde act that you need to witness live.

Theatre: NO43 Filth

27 Oct - KVS, Brussels 20.00 | €22 | Free for members 28 Oct - Cinema Zuid, Antwerp 18.00 I €5 | Free for members

There are those who consider the contemporary world to be the biggest invention of mankind. And there are those who think that today everything is reduced to individual existence. In NO43 Filth there are nine people on stage. They have been there since the beginning. The absurdity and the burden of life as predestined and yet totally serendipitous, slowly starts to sink in. Relationships develop that are filled with tension, rage, emptiness and debris created by the human soul. People are pushed into mud and looking up, see nothing but the gleaming eyes of other humans, full of rage.

Aferim! is a must-see black-andwhite beauty about Constandin and his son going through Wallachia (Romania) in search of an escaped slave. En route, they meet all kinds of people with different backgrounds and religions. Although the movie is set in the year 1935, it’s a perfect projection of contemporary society and gives us a lot to think about. Although this all sounds very heavy, Rade Jude tells his story in a fun and quirky way. Check out the trailer and you’ll see what we mean.

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Theatre: Multiverse / Go Away Sorrow Of The World

Alex Cameron

29 Oct - Charlatan (Democrazy), Ghent 20.00 I €15 | Free for members It’s no surprise that Alex Cameron is playing two shows at Autumn Falls, as his debut on Secretly Canadian is filled with great music. After leaving electronic outfit seekae, Cameron teamed up with Roy Mollow and made gems like ‘She’s Mine’ and ‘Take Care Of Business’ (both on repeat here!). These two singles should be enough to convince you to attend this show. Need more? Jonathan Rado of Foxygen described an Alex Cameron show as the best and most intriguing thing he ever saw.

29 Oct - Beursschouwburg, Brussels 20.30 I €9 | Free for members You’re in luck friends: this month we’ve got a double bill at Beursschouwburg for you! On one side, Louis Vanhaverbeke, listed above in our Campo show; on the other you’ll find the Frank&Robbert duo who travel the world with their homecrafted wooden suitcases that unfold (the unfolding is the performance!) into surprising structures.

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Youth Code + more

Jenny Hval

Film: L’âge d’Or Festival Focus on Peter Gidal

Elysia Crampton

07 Oct - Het Bos, Antwerp 20.00 I €11 | Free for members

21 Oct - Ancienne Belgique, Brussels 20.00 | €15 | Free for members

07 Oct - Cinematek, Brussels 21.00 I €6 | Free for members

22 Oct - Vooruit, Ghent 20.00 | €10 | Free for members

Film: Always and Never at Home, Selected Works by Esther Johnson

24 Oct - Art Cinema OFFoff, Ghent 20.00 | €7 | Free for members

09-16 Oct - Argos, Brussels 11.00-18.00 I €4 | Free for members

Expo: Step Up!

09 Oct-18 Dec - Argos, Brussels 11.00-18.00 I €6 | Free for members

Ultimate Painting

11 Oct - Botanique, Brussels 20.00 I €14 | Free for members

Peder Mannerfelt

13 Oct - STUK, Leuven 20.00 I €14 | Free for members

Film: Film Fest Gent presents Raving Iran 14 Oct - Kinepolis, Ghent 22.30 | €13 | Free for members

Film: Grease Evening Film: Yojimbo

25 Oct - Cinematek, Brussels 19.00 | €4 | Free for members

Film: The Overnight 26 Oct - KASK Cinema, Ghent 22.30 I €5 | Free for members

Film: Le Barbier de Tunis 26 Oct - Argos, Brussels 18.30 I €6 | Free for members

Ben Vida

27 Oct - STUK, Leuven TBA | TBA | Free for members

Theatre: NO43 Filth 27 Oct - KVS, Brussels 20.00 | €22 | Free for members

Theatre: Malcolm X

Film: Aferim!

Mild High Club

Theatre: Multiverse / Go Away Sorrow Of The World

18 Oct - KVS, Brussels 18.00 | €17 | Free for members

19 Oct - Madame Moustache, Brussels 20.00 | €8 | Free for members

Film: Dear Lorde

19-23 Oct - Argos, Brussels 11.00-18.00 I €6 | Free for members

Theatre: Multiverse

28 Oct - Cinema Zuid, Antwerp 18.00 I €5 | Free for members

29 Oct - Beursschouwburg, Brussels 20.30 I €9 | Free for members

Alex Cameron

29 Oct - Charlatan (Democrazy), Ghent 20.00 I €15 | Free for members

20-21 Oct - Nieuwpoort (Campo), Ghent 20.30 | €13 | Free for members

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