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De Koer and Democrazy presents:
Aksak Maboul is no doubt one of the most fascinating bands in our country. The experimental avant-rock band was founded in 1977 by Marc Hollander. Later Vincent Kenis, Chris Joris and Marc Moulin (Placebo, Telex) also joined. The debut album Onze Danses Pour Combattre La Migraine (recently re-released on Crammed Discs) is one for the ages.
After three albums, the band called it a day in the mid-80s. But since Figures (2020), the first new release in years, Aksak Maboul is back on the scene.
Singer Laetitia Sadier will forever be associated with Stereolab, the very special band she formed in '90 with former partner Tim Gane. Typified as "one of the most fiercely independent and original groups of the Nineties," Stereolab was one of the first bands to be given the term "post-rock.
Aya Suzuki is a Japanese percussionist living in Belgium. She has played with ensembles such as the ictus Spectra ensemble and has performed solo at De Bijloke, deSingel, STUK, QO-2, Concertgebouw Brugge, Handelsbeurs, etc.