Quantic (live)

William Holland is a musician, DJ and record producer fom Bewdley, Worcestershire.He is based in Columbia.

He records under various guises, notably, Quantic, The Quantic Soul Orchestra, and The Limp Twins. His music draws upon elements of cumbia, salsa, bossa nova, soul, funk and jazz. Holland plays guitars, bass, double bass, piano, organ, saxophone, accordion and percussion. Much of his sound is original composition with little in the way of sampling of other artists' material.

Holland also has his own label Magnetic Fields on which he releases heavy soul and funk. He has also taken on remix duties for over 30 songs.

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Débruit is the project of self-described Afro-beat surrealist Xavier Thomas, who mixes dance and hip-hop elements with traditional and contemporary sounds from around the globe. Born and raised in Brittany, Thomas played with recording as a small child and took up the saxophone at age nine, eventually expanding his repertoire to drums, guitar, bass, keyboards, and more as the years passed. Meanwhile, a childhood trip to Senegal helped spark his interest in global music and culture; eventually, after years of playing in bands, Thomas combined all of these passions as Débruit. After self-releasing 2006's To Nartik Kef, he issued his official, flamenco-tinged debut, Coupe Décalé, in 2008 on Musique Large, which was founded by like-minded French talents such as Rekick and Fulgeance. Thomas released another EP, 2009's Clé de Bras, with the imprint before moving to the London-based label Civil Music. Thomas delved into Turkish and Middle Eastern music for 2011's Sis Sürpriz EP and returned to African inspirations in 2012 for his first full-length, From the Horizon, which borrowed from traditional and contemporary styles of West African music. Later that year, the From the Horizon Remixed EP arrived, featuring collaborations with Mwëslee as well as Thomas' old friend Fulgeance. In 2013, Débruit's collaboration with Sudanese singer Alsarah, Al jawal(Traveler), arrived on Soundway.




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dj Kwak

By 1994, dj Kwak started organising concerts and parties and soon enough was programming dj's for the Kafé Kan'h in Brussels. In 2002, he started organising his own Strictly Niceness with teammate Dj Eleven, a monthly funk and soul party with crazy vibes taking place at the Biberium (Ex - Flanagan's).  Kwak is currently displaying his vibes in all and every bar in Brussels ( Roi des Belges, Cafe Dirty @ Dirty Dancing, Belga, Le Tavernier, La Maison du Peuple, …), in Antwerp, in Luxemburg … He is also broadcasting the BACK TO NICENESS RADIOSHOW on Fm Brussel each and every saturdays from 6PM to 7PM. Expect classics and discoveries, rarities and insanities in funk, soul, hip hop, ska, rocksteady and more…


dj TomE

Based in Zadar (Croatia), TomE hosts various shows on 057 radio and provides soundtracks for the best clubs on the Dalmatian coasts. 
Since 2009, TomE frequently collaborates with LDBK radio and mixes the monthly LDBK hotlists but this will be his very first gig in Brussels!