STUFF is a 5-headed instrumental cyclops. New album ‘Old Dreams New Planets’, is a cross genre groove, spanning broken hip-hop, electronica and jazz-influenced future funk, bringing forth a completely different and exciting sound.
With fans that include Plaid, Kev Beadle, Kutmah, Lefto and Gilles Peterson, STUFF. began life in 2012 when drummer Lander Gyselinck was asked to play live music in-between DJ sets. Collecting together like-minded musician friends, they would keep the vibe of the room bubbling, with spaced-out jams and improvisation, taking elements of funk, RNB, electronica, jazz and hip-hop, forming their own compositions as a result.
“These guys are brilliant … wide open ideas ...” BBC RADIO 6 MUSIC (Gilles Peterson)
“This is what I imagine Flying Lotus’ band to be like” BBC RADIO 1 (Phil Taggart)
In 2014, STUFF. were invited to perform a Boiler Room session for the prestigious global, online music broadcasting platform, the first European live band to do so.
STUFF. have performed sold out shows across Europe and have gained a growing reputation for their explosive eclectic live sets, playing over 150 shows on such diverse stages as the North Sea Jazz Festival (Netherlands), Pukkelpop (Belgium), Secret Garden Party (UK), Shambala festival (UK), Dimensions (Croatia) and Fusion (Germany). The band were also personally invited by Gilles Peterson to perform at On Blackheath, London.
Accolades in Belgium include two MIA’s (Belgian Music Industry Awards) for ‘Best Musician’ (Lander Gyselinck) and ‘Best Artwork’ (Rinus Van de Velde).
The band are set to perform at Archspace London this Thursday 24th August. Guestlist available on request.