Sound Song

Sound. Safe and sound. I only feel safe when there's sound around.
Sound. Safe and sound. It makes me feel less lonely.
Which is why, I always leave the radio on,
and listen on and on and on...
To the news, the news, and some terrible commercial, 
to more news, more news, and a few pop/rock mega hits
to more news, more news, then a comedy show 
then back to news, news, news...
And it is so scary, it makes me feel lonely, it makes me feel weary of others.
And it is so scary, the world's too much for me and I will never leave the house
I crave some silence... but I need sound. Safe and sound. I only feel safe when there's sound around.

via Daily Prompt: Sound

Uživati — Play/Stop

A video from last week’s concerts at the Samaritaine in Brussels. A new tune by Alessio Campanozzi: Play/Stop. Thanks to Lucas Hoyois for filming this whilst taking care of the gig’s sound and lights!

Play/Stop by Uživati (composition: Alessio Campanozzi)


A series of workshops developed in late 2015 with Les Sentiers de la Communication, around 6 small portraits by French artist Franz Dostal.

An English trailer for “Sur les traces…”

An English version of our last show’s trailer: Sur les traces…, a musical show inspired by the real-life story of Ben & Adam, two Australian friends who discovered that they each had a great uncle who died in the Somme Valley during World War One… but on opposite sides.

A story of war and friendship, of loss and hopes, with beautiful music by Hadi El Gammal.

Naragonia, 10 years: the video!

About two years ago, I was lucky enough to replace Philippe Laloy on stage for Naragonia‘s 10th anniversary. A great concert with fantastic musicians such as Andy Cutting and Grégory Jolivet.

I just discovered that there was a video of this fantastic gig, so here it is:

Gig with Dyna B (2013)

Fun gig with Dyna B at L’Espace Delvaux a little while ago. Can’t quite see me? I’m the dark shape with the golden “clarinet”, to Dyna’s right.

By the way, do you know the difference between soul and jazz musicians? Soul musicians play three chords to a thousand people… and jazz musicians play a thousand chords to 3 people.