Dimanche Bordel at Madame Moustache in Brussels: 1st Edition


I rarely visit Brussels carrying my house records and even less my vinyl house classics. Well, this is changing this Sunday Oct. 23rd when I am playing in Madame Moustache in Brussels. After the live set from Collogne there are Alex Play, Caspar, Don Cabron and Lawrenzo on the decks as well as me from 1h till 2.30h. I am extremely looking forward to bust out my good old Food classics out once more. 

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RAOULween Going ‘Zombie’ in Chicago Friday Oct. 28th


Hahaaa, isn’t this the funniest thing you have ever seen? From left to right: Gene Farris, myself & Diz as zombies! This is the event flyer for the gig I am spinning Friday October 28th in Chicago. The event location is not announced yet so keep an eye on the 

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Austin, TX Porcelain Tour Date Announced


Having played already at 37 cities across the US ocassionally I get the honour to still add a ‘debut gig’ to that halucinating list. Austin in Texas never crossed my path buth on Sunday Oct. 30th it will. Catch me on my Porcelain Tour at Lanai. I do know a few Austin-peepz already from several WMC-encounters so it will be great to see you all back! Opening set by Mexican From Mars.

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Food Tune #14 – Free Download


It looks like our dear friend Crispin J Glover is going to release quite a few of his golden nuggets digitally for free like this 1995 all time Food Club classic Tranquil Elephantizer ‘Zombie Dawn’ on Matrix Records. This track really represents the sound of Food Club when it opened in 1996 at Silo. No wonder he made his Belgian debut here in December 1996.


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The Littlemen ‘Tell Me’ > Raoul Belmans Remix Out Now


The Littlemen – who used to release also on my previous imprint Aroma Recordings – just released ‘Retro Resources’ celebrating 10 years since the first release by this Nottingham house duo. The 18 track album, released on their own Mobile Trax imprint today, sees nine of their classic tracks dusted off and given a fresh lease of life, as well as brand new remixes by a who’s who of international underground house stars. LawnChair Generals, Justin Harris (Music For Freaks), Ken ECB (East Coast Boogiemen) and yours truly Raoul Belmans (Swirl People) all appear, alongside East Midlands house stalwarts Larry Fives (Inland Knights), Kinky Movement and Special Interest.

You can buy my remix and other great tracks/remixes from this album at