SINGLE IN THE SPOTLIGHT
This new single by Buscemi was released in 2016, together with the track Chop Choy Boogie. It is a catchy and poppy dubstep track with female vocals. This track will be included on Buscemi's upcoming album, which will be released later this year.
The most notable source of inspiration for Quentin Dujardin’s newest album is the relationship between man and nature. Dujardin experiences a sacred dynamic in this relationship, which he tried to capture in his songs.
In the course of years Dujardin created a very personal musical style. His compositions combine influences from classical music, jazz and world music. His experience as a film and television composer add a subtle cinematographic dynamic.
Nite People is Buscemi’s 6th solo-album, without any doubt a very diverse album and probably Buscemi’s most pop-related album. Joined by Portugese co-producer Henrique Marques, Dirk composed 12 tracks dedicated to nite life.
In the past 15 years Buscemi became a real nighthawk as most of his work as producer, musician and dj happened at night. So it might not come as a surprise that night life is the main inspiration for this album.
The composer and pianist Pierre Anckaert (°1980) studied piano at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels. During a stay in Havana, Cuba, in 2003, he specializes into afro-cuban music.
In November 2009, Pierre Anckaert releases his second album ‘Strings Attached’ on Prova Records. Strings Attached offers an intriguing mix of jazz, classical music and latin influences. On this album Anckaert adds the brussels chamber orchestra to his basic quintet, which helps creating a warm and almost cinematographic atmosphere.
Damascus is the debut album of Radical Slave. Their album Damascus contains 8 raw no-wave songs, influenced by the sound of the New York underground scene in the 1970’s.
Radical Slave is a side-project of Dirk Swartenbroekx (Buscemi), Mauro Pawlowski (Deus) and Remo Perrotti. They inspired by bands such as Glenn Branca, Teenage Jesus And The Jerks, Lydia Lunch, Butthole Surfers, The Fall.