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09.11.2019 20:30

Album presentation + Dogpeople

Pay what you can

Mathieu Serruys:
Skin/Glove

The time has come: 'Skin/Glove' by Mathieu Serruys will be released on record! We are celebrating this with a concert in the Kunsthal Gent cinema.

Mathieu Serruys made his debut in 2014 with 'On Germaine Dulac', a record characterized by cinematic and scenic tape loops and eroded synth parts. Five years later, his musical journey has crystallized into 'Skin/Glove', the long-awaited successor that will again be released on B.A.A.D.M..

Skin/Glove' builds on the physical intensity, grainy tape textures and emotional melodies of his debut. It forms a mature concept album that not only evokes his musical, but also his personal quest for self-realization in a poignant way.

Dogpeople is the band of Floris Hoorelbeke and Filip Brans. Classic kick-in-the-teeth noise for the enthusiasts!

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