A nice interview in Bruzz about the beginning of Ik en den Theo / Moi et le Théo and the ideas behind it.
You can read the interview (in Dutch) on the Bruzz website.
An announcement for the Jaune Toujours concert at the Förde Festival in Norway, comparing Jaune Toujours to Kaizers Orchestra, Norway's most famous gypsy-rock band!
Building up to our Choux-Fest  | VK on April 4th (get your tickets!), we'll be sharing from our vast archive of experiences in the weeks to come.
Today a series of pictures of Mec Yek, taken by Sarah Baur in 2002. As you can see, in the early formation Katarina Pohlodkova was not yet joined by her sister Milka Pohlodkova on leading vocals, but by her friend Luba Macova, who decided after a while that a singing career was not her thing.
Luckily Milka was able and happy to join the band and is still one of two front women on this day.
Other musicians in the picture are Piet Maris, Mathieu Verkaeren and Mattias Laga in a younger version.
Come listen to Mec Yek at Choux-Fest!
20 years of Choux de Bruxelles - artist collective, that makes for quite an archive of experiences in music, theatre, film and photography.
Building up to our birthday bash Choux-Fest  | VK (get your tickets!), it's our pleasure to share some of them here in the weeks to come.
Today, we look back in black and white on a gig by Jaune Toujours in June 2001 in the port of Brussels called "Musette au fil de l'eau". Little did we know that we would install our headquarters across the water a few years later.
Bert Bernaerts was still a member of the band back then. He moved on to perform in youth theatre with Zonzo Compagnie and directs the marching band HOP FROG Fanfare.
Pictures by Marianna Ellis
Today in our throwback series we present you the original newsletter announcing the birth of Choux de Bruxelles artist collective.
What a beautiful summer it was with shows at Gentse Feesten, Dranouter Festival, Marktrock Leuven and many more!
Today in our Choux de Bruxelles throwback series a "shower of decibels'' with Jaune Toujours in May 1999 at caf’conc at the M.C.L. Gerardmer for only 60 Belgian Franks ( more or less 1.50 euros).