Lifting the veil from Brussels' latest pop-synth enigma
On the 25th of April we’re going back to the cultural epicentre of Ghent for a new edition of Subbacultcha at S.M.A.K., number 3 already! After Smerz and Shygirl there’s another powerhouse we’d like you to meet: Planningtorock.
Photos by Goodyn Green
Planningtorock has been blasting out left-field dance gems since 2006 and has shown their ability to combine pop-oriented music with a political message. For Subbacultcha at S.M.A.K. Jam Rostron is preparing a brand new visual show with new music from their Powerhouse album.
Next we have Benjamin Abel Meirhaeghe, performer and contratenor, who confronts his demons on stage in a combination of classical and contemporary arts. Also performing is Bolt Ruin, who paints beautiful landscapes with his brooding tunes and is celebrating his first release. The Vodka Candy girls, seven young female Ghent-based painters, join forces with a spatial intervention.
The show is free for Subbacultcha members. There will be €8 tickets available at the door, but no presale. All attendees will get a free voucher to visit the The Collection (1), Highlights for a Future expo at S.M.A.K. Gent.