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08 Jun 07 00:00 |

KC Vooruit,Gent

10 JAAR (K-RAA-K)3

MAHER SHALAL HASH BAZ [jp] DE PORTABLES [be] ES [fin] SILVESTER ANFANG [be] ETNO GROOVE CARNIVAL DJS

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10 YEARS of (K-RAA-K)³! That means 10 years of musical underground adventures! We had to celebrate this, and it will be celebrated with both artists that found a home in (K-RAA-K)3, as well as some big chiefs from international experimental scene. 10 years (K-RAA-K)³ means: party! The first night we present you a free concert evening with special gigs of (K-RAA-K)³ artists, a Japanese cult band, bollywood dj’s and other surprises. A bit of the whole world in Ghent with: Maher Shalal Hash Baz, Mohamed Ahmed Al Sadr, Silvester Anfang, Es, de portables, El hu Jyn Wo,… Party hard! For free! Demons and goats -and maybe also young nude virgins- have to sum up the fetisj of the Maldegemian SILVESTER ANFANG. How do you think their primitive psych and spellbinding drones will sound if they fill it up with etnic vokills? Is there any challenge DE PORTABLES wouldn’t take? These gothfathers of Belgian avant-rock drew their influences from Turkish pop music and Middle-Eastern terrorism before. The band just celebrated their own 10th anniversary. We do not doubt that they are still in a party mood, and will trash (K-RAA-K)³’s own party like we love them to. The Finnish ES produces dreamy music, that ranges from analog droney parts to melodic poppy electronica. He became one of the leading figures of the still flourishing Finnish scene. Japanese dudes and cultbands. It must be one of the most ideal comninations for music nerds. MAHER SHALAL HASH BAZ is one of those bands. Tori Kudo formed the band in the early eighties with some neighbours that had never or hardly touched any instyrument. More than twenty years later Maher Shalal Hash Baz still brings us music in its most simple and spontaneous form. A naive fusion of folk, pop, psychedelia, jazz, and pure experimentation! And YES! The night will be closed with the hottest music from all over the world, spun for you by DJ Islamabad and DJ Mohamed Ahmed Al Sadr and probably also some of their brothers and cousins. Syrian disco beat, Uzbekian jump house and schlagers from Singapore. They will bring all their records to get those stinky old espadrille shoes of your on the dance floor.

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