STUK and Het Depot present Artefact music festival, a three-day festival during the final weekend of the Artefact Festival. After a first concert in STUK on the opening night of Artefact, STUK and Het Depot join forces for a series of cutting edge concerts by (inter)national producers, across all areas of electronic music. We start off with pitch-dark post-dubstep and techno, followed by a weekend with a transcendental beats, atmospheric eletronica in all shapes and forms and a grand finale that is intimate and intense at the same time. Three days, two venues, one city: welcome to Artefact music festival 2014.
Creating a different and unique sound for each album while staying true to their very personal sound is key for Gregory Frateur and Nicolas Rombouts, the creative core of Dez Mona.
If all that jazz music has got your feet itching to move, then you should mark the STUK cafe with a big ‘X’ on your map.
As a phonetic transcription of ‘little boy’, Lidlboj typifies a child’s curiosity and desire to constantly explore new territory and go one step further. Appropriately, you get a band that’s constantly reinventing itself.
This movie shows us one day in Berlin, the rhythm of that time, starting at the earliest morning and ends in the deepest night. (IMDb)
Stop. Sit down and listen. When Angel Olsen starts to sing, audiences stop talking, jaws drop and bartenders can take a break. Just like in a movie.
A U R O R A is the fifth album by Australian producer Ben Frost. More than just a musician, Frost is a pioneer in the field of sound art.
Brussels-based band Recorders don't do things the usual way. First they impressed crowds in London, Manchester and Leeds as a support act for the Fratelli's, now they take on their home country.
American Pat Grossi's Active Child surfs on the wave of dream pop that already brought us gems like How To Dress Well and James Blake.
TRANSIT gives a stage to new music of the 21st century. Talented musicians from Belgium and abroad compose, interpret and make music. In Belgium, Transit received the first Klara in the category Music event of the year.
With their second album Patterns, The Antler King take a huge leap forwards. The band of Esther Lybeert and Maarten Flamand create sober, acoustic folk-pop with a rough little edge.
Bert Dockx is on fire: just a year after his album Twist and only a couple of months since releasing Dans Dans’ I/II, Flying Horseman returns with City Same City, th
The tradition of folk storytelling was a main influence for Fain, the new album by British psychedelic rock band Wolf People. The lively quartet digs into the dark history of England's magical countryside.
As one of the godfathers of the Leuven singer songwriters, Anton Walgrave has been a regular guest on the STUK stage.
|20:15 - 21:00||Red Stars over Tokyo|
|21:15 - ...||Holly Herndon|
After a beautiful concert in our Labozaal last March, Adrian Crowley returns to Leuven for a second time this year. Those present last time know they can expect a special night, that will undoubtedly see the Irish singer-songwriter turn the STUKcafé into a haven of musical bliss.
|20:15 - 21:00||Rape Blossoms|
|21:15 - ...||Madensuyu|
|20:00 - 21:00||Nosedrip (dj)|
|21:00 - 22:00||Raime|
|22:05 - 23:05||Emptyset|
|23:05 - 00:30||Nosedrip (dj)|
SILENCED visits clubSTUK during Artefact
♫♪ FUTURE BASS MUSIC ♪♫
*:･ﾟ✧ LIVE VISUALS *:･ﾟ✧
|20:00 - 21:00||Moodprint|
|21:00 - 22:00||Koreless|
|22:00 - 23:00||The Field|
|23:00 - 0:00||Moodprint (dj)|
|19:15 - 20:15||delvaux.|
|20:30 - 21:30||Vuurwerk|
|22:00 - 23:00||Laurel Halo|
|23:00 - 0:00||The Range (dj)|
The concert by Fennesz with Lillevan visuals + Yves De Mey on Sunday 23/2, the closing concert of Artefact music festival, has been moved from Het Depot to STUK.