PAREL – Ramses Van den Eede

Parelduiker 6 september 2020 18-20h @Villa Bota, Brugge BE guest: Ramses Van den Eede (original picture by Remco Van Gestel) playlist: Big Jesus Trash Can - The Birthday Party Laughing Song - The Residents The Long Walk Home - Pere Ubu You Might Think He Loves You For Your Money... - Death Grips My Beautiful Leah - PJ Harvey Pease On The Rise - Chad Vangaalen We Don't Care (no more) - Hear, hear! (a cheer) Quiet Like You - Andy Shauf One - Harry Nilsson Isolation - John Lennon One Day - The Child Of Lov (5 secret tombolatracks)


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    Mixtape 25 songs From Bootlicker to Life of agony and along the way Het Zesde metaal (hihihihi), but also with: Peace test, Minor threat, Sial, Warzone, Direct Threat, Inde krig, Drill sergeant, Taqbir, Candy Apple,...

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  • SLOPPY With Maria Blondeel

    Sloppy is a bi-weekly radio program that airs on Tuesdays from 4-5 PM on 106.4 FM in Villa Bota, Bruges. The show revolves around artist discussions, live performances, artist recordings, and music by various artists. This week, we have the talented Maria Blondeel joining us, presenting her remarkable piece 'Borden' from 1989. She has recreated and expanded upon this performance exclusively for the SLOPPY show now called “Continuous Remastering (De Vaatwas)”. “Continuous Remastering (De Vaatwas)” is a captivating work where Maria engages in the act of doing the dishes. We extend our heartfelt gratitude to Maria for being a part of our show, as well as special thanks to 'SoundLab' Bruges for providing top-notch microphones and Neil Haesebrouck for his exceptional recording skills.