Mad duo moves the boundaries between art, theatre and music
A desperate attempt to describe Brik Tu-Tok: Brik Tu-Tok equals Kenji Minogue meets The Residents meets Charlie Chaplin meets The B-52s meets CocoRosie meets Sparks meets Commedia dell'arte. Fact is: this duo takes you on a rollercoaster ride through an alienating parallel universe, where sounds are brought to life with cassettes, household knick-knacks and tinkered objects. Brik Tu-Tok – the brainchild of theatre-makers Maxim Storms and Linde Carijn – emerges as colourful characters. Sometimes grotesque, sometimes humorous, always mysterious and dancing on the boundary between music and theatre. Catchy, absurd, powerful and enchanting. Or as they themselves say, "Too Sushi for my Pony."
Last year, they impressed at Feeërieën as opener for Into The Open by Voetvolk. Now the duo is present with Hot Glue, a brand new album expertly mixed by Dijf Sanders.
Opener will be Daisy Ray. Things couldn't get any stranger.
The evening will be mixed together by Brussels' DJ Mandy Pixel.