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Stoof nu de peer! (bevel)

Traditionally, here's our list of personal highlights of 2019, in random order.

  1. Michèle Bernstein on my answerring machine.
  2. Oren Ambarchi's Simian Angel LP on Editions Mego
  3. Vitalski at the public library in Antwerp
  4. Benjamin Verdonck's 'Aren' at Bourlaschouwburg
  5. The failed and "destroyed" recordings of Kreemer
  6. Max Eilbacher at 'Présences électronique' festival in Paris
  7. Theater Artemis' "De Man Die Alles Weet" at De Studio
  8. Stephen Neville visiting
  9. Jan Matthé reading his poetry at the public library in antwerp
  10. Joe Mcphee, Graham Lambkin, Oliver Lambkin & Charlie Mcphee : Live In the Batcave LP (Black Truffle)
  11. Jérome Noetinger at Coos in Brighton as well as Beyt Al Tapes at the same fest!
  12. Jon Doe One LP on Entr'acte
  13. Wojciech Rusin : The Funnel, LP (Akashic Records)
  14. Francis Plagne at Table Dance
  15. Pierre Elitair (and Daniel)'s Acid set at De Nor
  16. Frank Hurricane's new lp on Feeding Tube and his gig at De Nor
  17. Joris De Rycke exhibition at Forbidden City
  18. Roman Hiele & Kris Vanderstraeten during Free Jazz Middelheim
  19. Charline Tyberghein at Sofie Van De Velde Gallery
  20. Vaast Colson at Plus 1 gallery
  21. Life Lines (book) by Heidi Diehl
  22. Bill Nace in general
  23. Tala Madani's exhibition at Secession in Vienna
  24. Willy Organ at Het Schaambos
  25. 40 courses at Table Dance
  26. Aline Bouvy at Kunstlerhaus Bethanien in Berlin
  27. Carla Arocha & Stéphane Schraenen's insane work for Hantrax' record release show at De Studio in Antwerp
  28. To hear we can stay at Ercola for three more years and the feast after hearing so.
  29. The incredible energy of Suzy Beirnaert
  30. Miaux on top of a table at Table Dance
  31. Meara O'Riley's 'Hockets For Two Voices' LP
Sadly these folks left us in 2019: Laetitia Yalon, De Lids, Suzy Beirnaert, Daniel Johnston, Walter Geertsen, Jan Dequeecker, Jules Deelder and Panamarenko, RIP
I quite enjoyed seeing the film 'Reunion' by Sebastian Buerkner, last Friday during the Ten Slotte film festival at Het Bos. A dislocating film that blends a episode of the fantastic detective tv serie Colombo with Buerkner's favorite artist films..
I have also enjoyed listening to the German band Brannten Schnüre lately, they somehow remind me a lot of HNAS. My all time favorite German band!


Happy Neu year!

posted on 29 Dec 2019 by dennis tyfus

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