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AB’s most adventurous and genre-fluid festival is back !
BRDCST is back again. On April 8, 9 and 10, BRDCST showcases the best of avant-garde pop, futuristic hip-hop, grime, African black metal, Chicago footwork, jazz, electronic music, contemporary classical, improv and more.
Tirzah - Circuit des Yeux - Jaimie Branch - Jenny Hval - Jana Rush - FUJI | | | | | | | | | | | TA - Farida Amadou - Catherine Graindorge - Nyege Nyege Tapes - Ecko Bazz - Mc Yallah & Debmaster - Duma - Arsenal - Avalanche Kaito - WU-LU - Bitchin Bajas - Elisabeth Klinck - Lucy Railton - Judith Hamann - ---__--___ and many more...
This edition’s guests of honour are the American jazz trumpeter Jaimie Branch, English singer-songwriter Tirzah, the Norwegian art-pop phenomenon Jenny Hval and Circuit des Yeux, the experimental music project by the American Haley Fohr.
East-African electronica gets a special place on the BRDCST 2022 line-up with a beautifully eclectic programme curated by the Ugandan label Nyege Nyege tapes. BRDCST also allows plenty of room for experimentation, improvisation and contemporary classical in the super-cosy AB Salon and presents musical tributes to the German krautrock band Can and the Afrofuturist jazz god Sun Ra.
The names of the artists on the BRDCST line-up are, if possible, even more mysterious than the genres. Competing for the award for most unique alter ego: --- __--___ and FUJI | | | | | | | | | | | TA. Promising, to put it mildly.
► Discover all the first names here.
Some of these shows are Liveurope concerts:
The first pan-European initiative supporting concert venues in their efforts to promote emerging European music.