Events around Les Ateliers Claus

Zero waste experience - Tous à la guinguette!

Zero waste experience - Tous à la guinguette!

Sunday 14:00 (30 July)
La Guinguette du Parc de Forest, Brussels

atelier fitness-wellness

atelier fitness-wellness

Saturday 09:00 (09 September)
I-fitness Saint Gilles, Saint-Gilles

Period. bootcamp reloaded
Workshop

Period. bootcamp reloaded

Saturday 10:00 (24 June)
Pianofabriek Gemeenschapscentrum, Saint-Gilles

Fête de la Musqiue à Saint Gilles: ToomaÏ des éléphants

Fête de la Musqiue à Saint Gilles: ToomaÏ des éléphants

Sunday 16:00 (25 June)
Maison des Cultures de Saint-Gilles, Saint-Gilles

Silicon tree & MarX

Silicon tree & MarX

Friday 20:00 (30 June)
Maison des Cultures de Saint-Gilles, Saint-Gilles

Darkness and Light Tour - Brussels, Belgium

Darkness and Light Tour - Brussels, Belgium

Thursday 19:00 (05 October)
Bruxelles Forest National, Sint Gillis

Sigur Rós in Brussels

Sigur Rós in Brussels

Sunday 19:00 (01 October)
Bruxelles Forest National, Sint Gillis

Freestyle Lab session (1 July 2017)
Volunteering

Freestyle Lab session (1 July 2017)

Saturday 14:00 (01 July)
Centre Culturel Jacques Franck, Brussels


Moon Duo + Elko Blijweert

Moon Duo + Elko Blijweert


When?

Start time: Tuesday 20:30 (20 June)
End time: Tuesday 23:59 (20 June)

Where?

Les Ateliers Claus
Crickxstraat 15, Brussels

About

A project of Wooden Shjips' Erik ‘Ripley’ Johnson and Sanae Yamada, San Francisco's Moon Duo are a psychedelic Krautrock band with chilly electronic underpinnings and drones inspired by Spacemen 3, Silver Apples, and Suicide. The group formed in 2009 and began issuing releases for Woodsist, Sacred Bones and others.

Meaning all things magick and supernatural the root of the word occult is that which is hidden, concealed, beyond the limits of our minds. If this is occult, then the Occult Architecture of Moon Duo’s fourth album – a psychedelic opus in two separate volumes released in 2017 – is an intricately woven hymn to the invisible structures found in the cycle of seasons and the journey of day into night, dark into light.

Considering Elko Blijweert's been active in the Belgian music scene for about fifteen years now, it comes as quite a surprise that ‘I Bambini Di Basilisco’ is only his first ever solo album. Known mainly for his virtuoso yet ever idiosyncratic guitar playing, Elko B. treats the listener to much more than just that. With the exception of the heavily guitar-driven western pastiche ‘Cochon Torrero’, the emphasis here lies on dark Carpenteresque synthesizer sounds as well as jolly child-friendly melodies. The twelve pleasantly concise songs, mainly based on compositions Blijweert made as soundtrack material for contemporary dance theatre and children's puppet theatre, beautifully blend together into a whole as the listener is presented with a unique glimpse inside the wide-ranging imagery that is Elko B.'s ever-expanding musical world.

This event is a co-production between les ateliers claus & Ancienne Belgique