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Bandler Ching releases debut single 'Pousmousse'

Hailing from Brussels, Bandler Ching is a creation of musical ideas from composer and saxophonist Ambroos De Schepper. De Schepper’s compositions are performed without borders - mischievous, dynamic and unpredictable at the same time. Flawlessly blending contemporary jazz, electronics, hip-hop, noise and global beats, the sound is based around the freedom of expression and improvisation and... Read more September 25 2020

Bandler Ching joins the Sdban family

We are pleased to welcome Bandler Ching to the Sdban family!  Hailing from Brussels, Bandler Ching is a creation of musical ideas from composer and saxophonist Ambroos De Schepper. Flawlessly blending contemporary jazz, electronics, hip-hop, noise and global beats, the sound is based around the freedom of expression and improvisation and performed with dazzling conviction. Their debut EP will be... Read more September 22 2020

Steiger announces new EP with first track 'Malinka'

If And Above All (2017) and Give Space (2018) prove anything, it’s that Steiger is not just a band, but a continuous work-in-progress. Gilles Vandecaveye-Pinoy (keyboards), Kobe Boon (bass) and Simon Raman (drums) eagerly explore the outer margins of jazz and dive into other universes (contemporary music, electronica, pop, free improvisation,…), but basically also remain faithful to the genre’s... Read more September 04 2020

Pre-order the new collaboration album of Compro Oro with Murat and Esma Ertel

The album 'Compro Oro feat. Murat Ertel & Esma Ertel – Simurg' due June 19th on vinyl/digital is now available for pre-order on our Bandcamp: https://sdbanrecords.bandcamp.com/album/compro-oro-feat-murat-ertel-esma-ertel-simurg Sdban Ultra is very pleased to announce a new collaboration album from psychedelic jazz collective Compro Oro with Murat Ertel, co-founder and frontman of Istanbul's... Read more May 11 2020

The new album ‘Reykjavik’ of Glass Museum is out now!

Since 2016, Glass Museum’s raw, sunny energy has been uniting the surgical precision of the best contemporary jazz, à la Gogo Penguin and Badbadnotgood, with the electronic influences of Jon Hopkins or Floating Points. Consisting of Brussels musicians Antoine Flipo (synths) and Martin Grégoire (drums), Glass Museum has risen through the ranks. Having initially won the opportunity to perform at... Read more April 24 2020