Summer festival season is over, but no need for tears. We present you the real life aftermovie: Autumn Falls. More than 40 artists will be performing in more than 20 inspirational locations in the whole of Belgium. The festival brings you alternative indie by international and local artists until the end of December. These are the acts you should not miss:
Death Grips (USA)
Ancienne Belgique – 31/10
Most celebrated American export product of aggressive hip hop. Their latest album ‘Bottomless Pit’ was received by the press with high ratings and an abundance of stars. You have to see them perform live to understand the impact they have on your body.
Girl Band (IE)
Het Bos – 23/11
Loud, intense and full of energy. Their music is not apt for little girls’ ears.
Dijf Sanders (BE)
De Snuffel – 22/10
Inventor of instruments and producer of jazz à la electronica, this unique Belgian talent is a must-see. He will take you on an experimental trip through the exotic heights of Middle Eastern flutes and melancholic beats.
De Studio – 26/10
Only 22 years old and already one of the most acclaimed beatmakers of the moment. He has supported acts of big artists like MØ and will now bring 4 hours of dry beats, synth washes and copy/pasted vocals that conjure echoes of both dubstep and atmospheric ambient. Don’t know what that all means? Go check him out!
De Kreun – 20/11
Gold record status band that harmonizes raw human emotion with progressive technology in their music. They opened for international bands like Yeasayer and Vampire Weekend. This summer they played at major Belgian festivals like Rock Werchter and Pukkelpop.
That night upcoming Belgian band A/T/O/S (A Taste Of Struggle) will also be playing at the same venue. Their music is comparable to Massive Attack and Portishead, check it out…
Lubomyr Melnyk (UA)
Botanique – 12/12
A truly innovative pianist whose sound is based on a continuous, unbroken stream of sound. He is known as one of the world’s fastest concert pianists.
Maurits Pauwels groep (BE)
Ancienne Belgique – 16/10
New project of Mauro Pawlowski. Where he used to produce in English, he has now made the long awaited switch to Dutch music. In the past he has already written songs for important Belgian groups as De Kreuners.