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Het Bos
Ankerrui 5-7, Antwerp

Girls go BOOM

Girls go BOOM is a feminist collective who aims to give more women and queer people a space in the music industry since everyone deserves to be heard and to make noise. They do this with the help of DIY tools, a punk attitude and great community.

Maria Iskariot

Maria Iskariot is the saint of mischief. It's Flemish female punk with a pleasurable portion of pseudo-philosophical teenage angst. Hopeful hopelessness in noisy verse, chorus, verse. Love for the unloved, figs after Easter, but above all a bow to the sinners.

The songs are about growing up, not being able to distinguish good from bad, being confused by yourself and the temporary conditions of our time. About wanting things different but not knowing how - eventually realising you too are a well-meaning jerk.


Eiedma grew up as a musician in the Lithuanian punk scene, so although it was supposed to be a pop project, it still turned out to be quite cynical and aggressive at times. Electro pop beats and guitars, noisy synths and brass instruments, vocals going from pop melodies, to rapping, and then to screaming - all of this creates the character of this project: eiedma is loud, whiny and eccentric, she's in your face and isn't afraid to take up her space.


Labasheeda are an art-punk & noiserock band from Amsterdam based around singer/guitarist/violin player Saskia van der Giessen and guitarist Arne Wolfswinkel.

Labasheeda is known for intense and dynamic shows. They are a raw punk rock band sonically interspersed with hypnotic soundscapes. Tying together a decade of adventurous, sound-evolving albums and changing lineups, Labasheeda’s music has a penchant for concise, stripped down melodies, and quick switches from spacious bass lines and drums to heavy, chaotic, and sometimes anthemic guitar driven songs, drawing comparisons to genre-pushing bands such as Sonic Youth and Sebadoh.