Celebrate 10 Years of Subba with Emma DJ

loka 5, 2022 | 2022, Events


Subbacultcha is hitting double digits this year! A platform where emerging artists and true fans connect, Subbacultcha members get access to a curated selection of performances, music, theatre and cinema in Belgium. To celebrate the past 10 years, the anniversary party will bring together favourite DJs, promoters and artists that have worked alongside Subba during this journey.”Joining us in Brussels for our 10th-anniversary celebration will be Finnish native, Emma DJ. The Paris-based producer has established a unique signature sound that travels through different limits of experimental and electronic music. Emma DJ appears on different labels such as Collapsing Market, L.I.E.S, BFDM and High Digital. His style is known for being layered with different textures and flavours, combining an ambience of intricate, coarse melodies but also a club-ready rhythm.” Lobna Morsi from the Subbacultcha Team

To read the full article about Emma DJ and for more information about the event head to the Subbacultcha website.

Practical Info:

Emma DJ

10 Years of Subba

Venue: C12, Rue du Marché Aux Herbes 116, 1000 Bruxelles

When: 7 October,  23:00 CET onwards

Tickets: €8, Free for members

Accessibility: A toilet accessible for wheelchairs is available in the club. Please contact a staff member at the help desk to be guided towards it.

10 Years of Subba is organized with the support of The Finnish Cultural Institute for the Benelux.

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