Electronic music is a part of Belgian heritage. Like Germany, Belgium is often viewed as the birthplace of all things electronic.
Sadly, there has been far too little documentation about the Belgian club scene over the past thirty years. That's why we set out to create a thorough and in-depth record of Belgian nightlife in the months (and years) ahead. From Telex, Front 242 and Outlander to New Beat, CJ Bolland and Soulwax. Or from 55, Boccaccio and Carat to Fuse, Zillion and Culture Club. And even from R&S, USA Import and Bonzai to Lowlands, N.E.W.S. and Eskimo Recordings.
Unfortunately, a lot of clubs never kept an archive of flyers or posters. There are also loads of record covers that cannot be found anywhere on the net. To say nothing of recordings or even videos of legendary DJ sets and concerts. So if you still got an invitation hidden in a cupboard somewhere for the opening of La Rocca in ’88, let us know! Or maybe you still have a lot of Dirty Dancing flyer lying around? How about posters or videos? Some stickers, DJ sets, a vintage photo of you and your girlfriend in Café d’Anvers? Boccaccio? Cherry Moon? Decadance? Or at Free the Funk? Kozzmozz? House Torhout? 10 Days of Techno in the Bowling Alley near the Gravensteen?
Before all these precious memorabilia end up in the rubbish bin and are lost to us forever, get in touch with us and add your own piece of history to this encyclopedia about Belgian nightlife.