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Porcelain id

Rwandan artist Porcelain id, aka Hubert Tuyishime, burst onto the scene in 2020 with a unique blend of raw vocals and emotional depth. They effortlessly switch between Dutch and English, crafting lyrics about identity, gender, and racism. Influenced by artists like Destroyer, Bon Iver, and Daniel Johnston, their music has made them a standout talent in Belgium. While their debut ‘Mango’ was a concept EP about queerness, police brutality and identity, follow-up ‘Reprise’ is an intimate and poetic state of affairs. It’s highlight? Vlaanderen, a heartfelt gospel song sung in Porcelain id’s Flemish accent and a poignant ode to life’s struggles, echoing their own childhood challenges as a black and queer individual. Their debut album Bibi:1 (2024) is an eclectic infusion of inspired folk with raw soul and edgy electronica, and already acclaimed as utterly unique and ahead of its time. The kind of record people later make documentaries about, so make sure to not miss this live.



August 30 (Fri)



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