A chat with one of the guys behind Deep in House
Music — this thing that is so much as part of our life as it shapes it. Whether we are going through the perks of early mornings or in search for the perfect catalyst to get a party started: we all have a mental playlist for specific moments and memories. Since here at Subbacultcha music is essential to our existence, we decided that from now on, every month, we’ll ask interesting friends to take some time to reflect on those moments in life and how music completes them.
Stephanie Kevers aka STEFF is a set designer and co-founder of the Heartbroken nights that take place in Brussels. She talks about her favourite wake up song, Madonna and high school.
That’s the track I’ve been listening to the most lately, it’s on repeat on my Itunes and also on Youtube, cause the video is very cute. It’s perfect to get out of the right side of the bed.
Any Aphex ambient work should do it.
Probably the sexiest song ever.
I was playing it at my first gigs, so it remembers me of some good times. I sing it all the time with Liyo.
My favourite non official duo.
It reminds me of being in high school and starting to listen to good music. That’s when I discovered Erykah Badu, she became a good companion in life.
We always ask the Uber driver if we can play that song in the car when on our way to the club. And on the way back from the club too.
I need courage when I’m stressed, and this one helps me to let it out, let it out, let it out…
STEFF and Liyo invited Sega Bodega, Covco and Nevrland to play our 5th anniversary party at Beursschouwburg, Brussels on 28 January. Heartbroken also organizes a Valentine edition with Dinamarca & Ghazal, Orlando Volcano and Nevrland at Universal Club, Brussels on 14 February.