To do this weekend: OdeGand By Night

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Head over to the beautiful city of Ghent, Belgium this weekend to witness a set by Derrick May, one of the pioneers of the techno that hailed from Detroit and took the world by storm. Together with the sound architects of the Flemish Symphonic Orchestra, May will add new layers to his club compositions – all set in the historic Saint-Anne Church.

The whole night through visitors are invited to the five other locations, where Sysmo & DJ Grazzhoppa, KEDA, the threesome Khalifé-Schumacher-Tristano, Pnut & István Várdai, and Nacht und Traüme will offer a unique music experience.

Tickets are €27 each and are available at


Sabato Visconti’s Glitch Photography

Sabato_Visconti_Glitch_Photography_01 Visual artist and photographer Sabato Visconti transforms images into unexpected glitches, resulting in an odd, disarranged aesthetic. He creates these dizzying patterns with the use of readily available apps such as Pixel Drifter although sometimes he sorts out the pixels himself through a time-consuming coding process: “You get an idea more or less of what you’re going to get, but you can’t really predict it. And that’s part of the charm  –  you don’t have control over what you’re doing.” – Sabato Visconti Read More »

Music, Video

Music video: SBTRKT – New York, New Dorp ft. Ezra Koenig


British producer SBTRKT has dropped the official music video for his collab with Vampire Weekend’s Ezra Koenig. The song is called “New Dorp. New York” and will be part of his upcoming sophomore album ‘Wonder Where We Land’. The video was shot by Fons Schiedon and follows the SBTRKT mask-wearing animal roaming the streets of a surreal and shadow-filled American metropolis. The new LP is set for release in a few weeks, with features from Jessie Ware, Raury, Sampha, and A$AP Ferg.


Twins by Alma Haser


Photographer Alma Haser‘s series ‘Twins’ consists of two parts with the second coming out in November. This first release features two women mirroring each other in every move, aiming to become one: “I have always been fascinated by twins and their closeness in looks and attributes. Jess and Mona are of course not twins, and didn’t even know each other before the shoot, but they now call each other Afro sisters.” – Alma HaserAlma_Haser_twins_08 Alma_Haser_twins_07 Alma_Haser_twins_06 Alma_Haser_twins_05 Alma_Haser_twins_04 Alma_Haser_twins_03 Alma_Haser_twins_02

Art, Music

Bozar Electronic Arts Festival: 25 – 27 September

Head over to Brussels this week for the BOZAR Electronic Arts Festival, which invites artists from all over the world who use the latest technological developments to shape their ideas. The unique setting of the Palace of Fine Arts in Brussels blends music, performances, installations, workshops and conferences into an exciting whole. Thursday 25th September is the first day of the festival and is free of charge. During this first day you can discover Cod.act, a performance by Michel & André Décosterd and installations by Luc Deleu, Quayola, and Jean-Michel Albert & Ashley Fure’s Tripwire – which remain to be seen during the rest of the festival.

Friday, the second day of the festival, offers musical performances by Kiasmos (aka Ólafur Arnalds & Janus Rasmussen), Nils Frahm‘s project ‘Erased Tapes’, Mondkopf, Tim Hecker, BenFrost, andPowell. The last day of the festival offers music by Robert Henke (Monolake), Max Cooper, Fuck Buttons, Vasulka, Ictus & Cédric Dambrain, Lumisokea, Thomas Ankersmit & Phill Niblock, and Young Echo.

Day tickets cost €18 each, or €30 for a festival pass.

More info here.