‘Psychedelic Night feat. Compro Oro, Balkan Taksim & Monsieur Doumani’

18 Dec.'21

Monsieur Doumani

Contrary to what its name might suggest, Monsieur Doumani is actually a trio. Hailing from Nicosia, its members have all been influenced in different ways by the traditional music of their native Cyprus, which they revisit with a contemporary sound and vibe. Acclaimed by The Guardian, Monsieur Doumani’s music is reminiscent of vintage Greek music and 1970s Turkish psychedelic pop and rock, but never strays from its distinctive colour. After 10 years in the business and countless gigs and festivals all over the world (Womad, Sziget, Paradiso, Mupa...), the band presents Pissoúrin, its new album, with an even more rugged and psychedelic sound, released on the Glitterbeat label. Just awesome!

Demetris Yiasemidis trombone, flute, vocals

Andys Skordis guitar, vocals, electronics

Antonis Antoniou tzouras (bouzouki), vocals, stompbox

Compro Oro feat. Murat Ertel & Esma Ertel (Baba Zula)

The Belgian psychedelic jazz collective Compro Oro reunites two leading figures of Istanbul’s alternative music scene. Murat Ertal, joined here by his wife and singer Esma Ertal, has for years stood out in the iconic Baba Zula group, brilliantly blending Turkish tradition with dub, electronic and psychedelic rock. Compro Oro and their distinguished guests will be presenting their latest album, Simurg (Sdban Ultra, 2020), at the SEE Festival. Beyond its haunting musical dimension, this new concept record takes us on an existential journey of purification and rebirth: a legend in which we follow a myriad of birds through many valleys (of ignorance, love, ego, etc.). Most of them get lost on the way, and only 30 ultimately reach their final destination, the Simurg’s nest on Mount Kaf, where reincarnation into an all-powerful and all-knowing phoenix takes place.

Murat Ertel electric sar, vocals

Esma Ertel vocals

Wim Segers vibraphone, keyboard

Bart Vervaeck guitar, pedal steel guitar

Matthias Debusschere bass

Frederik Van den Berghe drums

Falk Schrauwen percussion

Balkan Taksim

Balkan Taksim is a Romanian band featuring multi-instrumentalist Sașa-Liviu Stoianovici and electronic music producer Alin Zăbrăuțeanu. Together they amaze audiences around the world with electronic and psychedelic music inspired by traditional Balkan and especially Romanian music, revisited by contemporary sounds with powerful rhythms. Their unique repertoire blends traditional Balkan instruments, timeless voices, contemporary musical technologies and futuristic visions. After their sensational singles Zalina, Anadolka and Lunca, they recently released their first album Disko Telegraf, an absolute vortex of emotions drawn from the myriad cultures that make the Balkans so rich. Join us to share in the emotion at this exceptional concert.   

Sașa-Liviu Stoianovici vocals, Romanian cobza, electric saz, synthetizer

Alin Zăbrăuțeanu sampling, synthetizer, arrangements





New release

15 → 19

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Practical information


Hall M

Rue Ravenstein 23 1000 BRUSSELS


Rue Ravenstein 23 1000 BRUSSELS

Sound level

Level 3 ≤ 100 db. Free earplugs



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