This edition is dedicated to music crossing far remote influences, roots and origins – both in time and space. Combining a pair of different bits produces an endless variety of unique elements, exactly explaining the spirit of binair01. It is also the idea behind Radio Taxi on Urgent.fm, turning it into the perfect partner in music crime. This edition celebrates 10 years of broadcasting these legendary free journeys through the world of music.These mutual influences lead more than perhaps to new music trends and evolutions with interesting music-technical features and fresh rhythm variations. The bands and dj's performing tonight are all following this philosophy.
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3 LIVE BANDS || 3 DJ'S || playing:
balkangrooves ✦ afrolatinovibes ✦ gypsydoodles ✦ swingelectrics ✦ rumbarhythms ✦ reggaetónrhymes ✦ cumbiamaniacs ✦ klezmerwhirls ✦ flamenco nuevo ✦ etceteratango
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◕ 23:30 - 00:30 Projekt Rakija (NL/BOSNIA || balkan.sevdalinje.rock)
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PARTY 00:30 - 4:30
A stunning afterparty celebrating 10 years of Radio Taxi at Urgent.fm
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Imam Baildi (ιμάμ μπαϊλντί) is a traditional Ottoman-Turkish dish blending a rich variety of tasteful ingredients. The band Imam Baildi mixes Greek authentic rebetiko with contemporary rhythms and different types of music. The result is surprising and yet strangely familiar. The unique sound of a gentle bouzouki melody on solid electronic trip-hop, hip-hop raps on a rumba percussion, electric swing shivers combined with some irresistible balkan brass section instruments – nothing seems quite like it, but in the meantime it all perfectly blends in.
The band not only crosses genres, but also borders. They collaborated with the LA hip-hoppers from Delinquent Habits, members of flamenco nuevo icon Ojos de Brujo, and joined the inclusive journey of Shantel’s Greek adventure with two songs on his latest album Viva Diaspora.
The layered yet easy-to-dance music of Imam Baildi is a product of an innovative, creative drive of crossing influences, instruments and dance rhythms exactly where they fit best. Perfectly matching the philosophy of binair01, we are very proud to present this marvelous band on our stage after they won over beautiful festivals like Lowlands, Roskilde, Balkan Trafik and Sziget.
Lysandros Falireas - drums
Orestis Falireas - DJ / bass
Ilias Arapatsakos - bouzouki
MC Yinka - MC / vocals
Lambis Kountourogiannis - guitar
Rena Morfi - vocals
Giannis Diskos - sax
② Les Cerveaux Lents
The members from Les Cerveaux Lents share their common passion for klezmer and gipsy music since 2002, but until now deliberately kept the band in the intimate pleasure background of their other musical projects like Absynthe Minded and Va Fan Fahre. We all know what happened to those two, so Les Cerveaux Lents is back in the game.
And how! Their first full album “Heiβ und fürchterlich”, which was released a few months ago, is a fresh and joyful combination of klezmer with influences going from Arabian to African sounds with a hint of jazzy Django swing guitar.
Don’t be mistaken though: the tunes are catchy, the rhythms infectious enough to have your legs badly shaken.
Michael De Schryver - accordion
Adriaan Verwée - clarinet
Renaud Ghilbert - violin
Sergej Van Bouwel - double bass
Eduardo Vega - guitar
Jakob Nachtergaele - drums
Bosnia is where the roots of Projekt Rakija lie. Frontman Igor Sekulović fled from his birth country to the Netherlands as a child during the 90’s war, and started a big band some 15 years later. Consisting of 10 musicians, a cartoonist and a graphic designer, Projekt Rakija finds a refreshing recipe for renewing the traditional Bosnian blues, sevdalinje, by crossing genres, bringing together artistic disciplines, and adding non-traditional sounds and instruments. The authentic balkan dance music is combined with very energetic rhythms, a rock attitude, bass drums and brass kicks.
Watch their final song closing the Sziget festival, where legendary balkan bands play balkan music in the middle of the balkans, and you’ll realize Dutch insanity added to the true spirit of a hardcore balkan feast is a guarantee for getting completely nuts at the end of the night. Right at the moment it’s time for the party, with resident dj’s from binair01 and Radio Taxi.
Igor Sekulović – guitar, vocals
Harm Timmermans – vocals
Anne Simkens – vocals
Josefien Terburg – vocals
Dmitri Tsvetkov – drums
Kai Liebrand – bass, bass synth
Peter Schütz – keys, beats, bass synth
Robert de Kok – altsaxophone
Ron Antens – trombone
Gon Mevis – trumpet
Niels van den Berge – drawings
Maurice Baltissen – graphic art