16, 17, 18 november 2018
beursschouwburg brussels

a simple music festival
featuring concerts, talks & a label market

📣🚨Hey schievekes, it is with a HUGE excitement that we finally reveal our full line-up ! As usual, this edition of schiev will confront different vibes and styles: from harsh techno to fuzzy ambient, from electroacoustic to nerve wrenching electronic experiments, there’s probably a thing of two you’re going to hate, and hopefully some more you’ll be desperate to see live. Brace yourselves and make sure to get your ticket before it’s too late ⏱🤗

&apos (be)
annelies monséré (be)
bear bones, lay low (be)
bérangère maximin
december (fr)
eod (no)
fiesta en el vacío (fr)
gan gah (ma)
golin (jp/us)
jung an tagen (at)
mika oki (jp/fr)
nkisi (uk)
obsequies (be)
offshore § (be)
oklou and casey mq: for the beasts (fr/ca)
otto lindholm (be)
sourdure (fr)
ZULI (eg)

👉🏽 Our tickets are here 🎟

👉🏽 facebook / twitter / instagram / radio / newsletter

Graphic design by Lucile Martin & Lucien Pik

Whether electronic or acoustic, traditional or futuristic, schiev offers a broad vision of avant-garde pop music. Diversity and discovery are the essence of our artistic programme. We want the widest possible audience to have access to Belgian and international projects that are aiming to overcome the boundaries of their genre, or push it to its limits. We present what gives our name its meaning, the most ‘schiev’ artists out there: those who seek, innovate and freely experiment with textures, influences, rhythms and composition.

Why The Eye © Miko Studio, 2017

We put special emphasis on presenting an eclectic line-up, with the conviction that experiencing certain music genres outside their usual contexts can generate a different perception and experience for the audience. Eclecticism is another way in which we try to give the audience the opportunity of discovering something new, or of perceiving something they already knew in a new light.

Machine Woman © Eva Donckers, 2017

In the context of the international music scene and with so many overrated mainstream acts, schiev focuses on emerging talents and gives special importance to the inclusion of Belgian artist as a way to support the local music scene and to promote those which are usually under-exposed.

Label Market © Miko Studio, 2017

facebook / twitter / instagram / radio / newsletter

schiev is a member of SHAPE, a Creative Europe-funded platform comprising 16 European festivals and art centres. 

Website design & development by Variable