Alright, here it is, bet you didn’t expect this one to turn up; Different Class is really happening this year. Nope, not a dream, the Subba-team has been busy roasting a little homegrown line-up of five familiar faces (yep, it’s a bubble!) to bring some joy for our last days of summer. So grab your masks and head down to the docks for a day of music, hydroalcoholic gels and some good distancing.
Capacity is limited to 200 Subbacultcha Members. To avoid no-shows, you will be charged €10. This registration fee will be 100% refunded at the venue.
19/09/2020 – 14h00 at Bar Bricolage Ghent (BE)
A little quiet during the last 2 years, singer-producer-dancer Golin is giving us the utmost pleasure and excitment to see her back in action with her cinematic dancing performances over soundscapes of Japanese pop.
Michul Kuun, aka the Philly sound alchemist, will perform his famous blend of programmed drums with heavily manipulated samples taking root in jazz, punk and noise.
Around in the early days of Subba with his (already-then-vogue) band Le Colisée, David has not been far from idle since then; he’s joined Nicolas Godin (Air) in the studio, jammed with Flavien Berger and shared stages around the globe with Charlotte Gainsbourg. Difficult to place him in a specific music genre, David sings pop lullabies that will get you hooked for ever and ever.
Ghent-based event organiser and DJ, Nikomba will keep your feet in action as she carefully progress through her various selections of hip-hop, funk, soul, afrobeat and house. Photo by Mayli Sterkendries.
Top Cash Boys Ent. (TCBE) are the latest hip hop sensation from Leuven. BBJ, Gapi, Jorgen, Puss99, Shona and TaylorBeatzz will bring their catchy rap saus to Ghent for their first Subba show ever. So we’re extremely excited!
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