Five days – more than fifty artists – more than 7000 visitors.
From artist talks to screenings to avant-premières and midnight concerts. From Danish female black metal to South African gqom and from agitated Chicagoan footwork to brilliant Bulgarian vocals: the third edition of BRDCST was definitely boundless and groundbreaking.
The entire AB Team wants to thank you, our fantastic audience, for making it an unforgettable festival.
Be sure to note in your diary: the not-to-be-missed fourth edition of BRDCST from 3 to 7 April 2019. See you next year!
RELIVE BRDCST VIA BRDCST TV
Relive the entire concerts of Sleaford Mods, Le Mystère des Voix Bulgares, The Lowest Form, Steve Ignorant, Monnik, Otto Lindholm, MDC III, Nachthexen, Ammar 808 & The Maghreb Unit and watch the exclusive interviews with BaBa ZuLa, Aaron Roche, BARST, Niels Van Heertum and Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein (Stranger Things).
BRDCST THROUGH THE LENS OF OUR IN-HOUSE PHOTOGRAPHER
AB in-house photographer Francis Vanhee wandered around for five days at BRDCST. This is what he saw.
“BaBa ZuLa was one of the greatest gigs I’ve seen in a long time. I only discovered three quarters into the concert that they didn’t have a bass player because the drums were doing so much. It really made you want to move!” – Michael Stein (Stranger Things)
“Thank you BRDCST. What a festival …” – MDC III
“There is more rapprochement between different cultures again. (…) The BRDCST festival is a good example of this. There are Moroccan, Turkish and Bulgarian artists on the same stage as white European and black American artists, musicians from all over the world who separately develop the same ideas and want to convey the same feelings. That sharing of knowledge and ideas makes the world flat, without contradictions. The ideal antidote for paranoia, hysteria and bubbles.” – James Holden in BRUZZ
“EPITAPH gathering was truly mesmerizing. Foremost thank you to my fellow kindred spirits for joining me on this path. (…) And THANK YOU ALL for coming down (too many to list here) but you know who you are. Gratitude all around.” – Dirk Serries
“Le Mystère des Voix Bulgares was a very unique experience.” – Kyle Dixon (Stranger Things)