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From Sweden to Detroit: our 5 music suggestions for Horst

This weekend will flow in Leuven, the Leuven suburbs say, electronics, art and food come together again during the Horstfestival. We would like to give you some hints for the last beatfestijn of the summer.

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Kornel Kovács

Sweden have a patent on the carefree dance music. For anyone who has had with platgeproducete, aviciiaanse tracks has the land of köttbullar Kornel Kovács in the offer. Kovács began as a clumsy, fourteen-year-jungle-deejay ‘who hung around with older guests because they me found funny, but made his name with accessible house direct access to the booty. At Best Kept Secret he led us full of energy the night in, in Holsbeek will be no different.

Le Motel

Although he is on every cover and in every credit equivalent in addition to Roméo Elvis to show off, its hard beatmaker Le Motel regularly overlooked. A pity, because after his hours he puts fine pictures, which it is difficult to dance, but complexloos groove. Who is his latest ep OKA has heard of, has a good idea of his style as platenruiter: a mix of ethnic elements, licks, jazz and dry beats to techno beckon.

Mehmet Aslan

A tasty hotchpotch of Turkish folk music and western disco? Yes baby!!! The musical Jeroen Meus of service is called Mehmet Aslan, seasoned the whole regularly with some techno like the brothers Kalkbrenner between their sandwiches and proves that dance music today, from all directions at the same time should be easy.

Motor City Drum Ensemble

A touch chosen name is spoken: the sound of Motor City Drum Ensemble is indebted to the soul, jazz and techno of Detroit. Danilo Plessow also puts your diesel and oiled your spark plugs volgaarne with disco and house. Incidentally, his remix of Caribou’s Leave House, is a business.

Romare

Cut and paste was the trademark of artist Romare Bearden. He inspired producer Archie Fairhurst to discarded vinyl to dig – he hates Shazam and prosecute itself to bric-à-braccen with German folk, Japanese vocals, and other rarities. Today he sits more in the disco and psychedelics, after excursions into the jazz and blues à la Moby.

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