Devil’s Pie – D’Angelo

16 May - De Balie, Amsterdam

An intimate, moving and quizzical portrait of one of the most mysterious figures in the contemporary music scene: D’Angelo, who achieved an unrivalled status with albums Brown Sugar (1995) and Voodoo (2000) during the neo-soul movement. Directed by legendary Dutch filmmaker Carine Bijlsma, the documentary was shot during the Black Messiah tour following D’Angelo’s fourteen-year hiatus. A confrontational series of interviews with Questlove, Pino Palladino, Alan Leeds (former tour manager of Prince and James Brown) and never before seen archive material delve into the wreckage of emotional and spiritual crisis in the years leading up to his disappearance from the public limelight.

All screenings for Devil’s Pie – D’Angelo  at De Balie are free for Subbacultcha members – more dates TBA! There are limited spots so please call the box office from De Balie to reserve a ticket (020 5535 100) (up to 30 mins before the starts time).

Don’t forget to bring your Subbacultcha membership pass along!

Devil’s Pie – D’Angelo