Le Guess Who?’s Who 2018: STUFF.

There’s just a few days to go before Le Guess Who? takes over Utrecht. With over 150 artists set to perform, how do we make sense of such a monumental line-up? We made a list of the artists we’re most excited to see and asked them for their recommendations.

STUFF.

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Performing Friday 9th November at De Pastoe Fabriek, curated by Shabaka Hutchings

Belgian instrumental five-piece STUFF. have been purveying their own unique sound, embracing songwriting and improvisation, and blending disparate genres like jazz, hip-hop, funk and electronica into sonically grabbing, dance-oriented tracks. Irresistibly groovy and joyous, the quintet’s second album Old Dreams, New Planets, originally released last year, received a full worldwide reissue this year through Gondwana Records. Raved for bringing a party to the stage every time they play, we just can’t wait to experience it firsthand. And we asked them what other artists they are most looking forward to seeing at Le Guess Who?. Find out below.

RP Boo

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Performing Sunday 11th November at TivoliVredenburg, curated by Moor Mother

“He has some of our favorite footwork beats out there.”

Neneh Cherry

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Performing Saturday 10th November at TivoliVredenburg

“Very curious about her new music/album!”

Colin Stetson

Official Website

Performing Thursday 8th November at Janskerk

“Huge sounds, would love to see him live.”

Photo: Ebru Yildiz

Kelsey Lu

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Performing Saturday 10th November at TivoliVredenburg

“Very intriguing, free-spirited and sensational.”

Photo: Vincent Haycock

Soichi Terada

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Performing Saturday 10th November at WAS.

” A very very cool producer. What would it be like live?”

Serpentwithfeet

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Performing Friday 9th November at TivoliVredenburg

“Some of the most remarkable and deep spiritual voices right now.”

Kadri Gopalnath

Performing Sunday 11th November at TivoliVredenburg

“His distinct alto saxophone sounds so wonderful and sweet. His suprisingly modern take on classic Indian carnatic music is a joy for the ear! I could listen to him all night.”

Le Guess Who? will take place 8-11 November. For the full line-up, tickets and more info visit leguesswho.com. And take a look at other artists we’re excited about picking their own Le Guess Who?’s Who.

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