|Mar / 2020||•||EP release gig||Café Central/Brussels|
|Mar / 2022||•||Grace release party & exhibition||Brussels|
|Oct / 2020||•||Big Brave||Magasin 4, Brussels, BE|
|Apr / 2020||•||Searching for Grace tour||Liquium/lille|
|Mar / 2020||•||Papa Jos (solo show)||Antwerp|
|Label / Release||Type||Year|
|Brussels (Remix by Pierre Vervloesem)||Single||2017|
|The Red Robe||Album||2014|
|Dominique Van Cappellen-Waldock|
|Searching for Grace||Single||2020|
Body and soul of the project, the guitar player, Dominique Van Cappellen-Waldock, grew up between London and the European capital. Music lover and avid record collector, she did the rounds of the hard rock circuit as well as the great bastions of punk such as the famous London Marquee Club.
One evening at a concert, she crossed paths with Ronnie James Dio, the emblematic voice of Rainbow and heavy metal culture hero, who was temporarily touring with Black Sabbath. He listened to her first demo tape and encouraged her to keep singing.
With her voice firmly entrenched in Baby Fire's compositions, the artist began to shape her universe through contacts with personalities she met at venues in her own country and abroad. Laetitia Shériff, Michael Moya (Godspeed You! Black Emperor), G.W. Sok (The Ex, King Champion Sounds) and Eugene Robinson (Oxbow) are among some of the artists who have participated in collaborations with Baby Fire, as have Eve Libertine and Penny Rimbaud of Crass. In 2014 'The Red Robe' album came into being in the heart of Dial House, mythic headquarters of the British punk collective.
Baby Fire are close to the aesthetic defended by artists such as P. J. Harvey , Shannon Wright or Carla Bozulich.
Grace, their fifth studio album, is to be eleased in May 2022. It will be accompanied by an exhibition in Brussels devised and put together by Dominique Van Cappellen-Waldock. For this occasion, the musician will shine the spotlight on women's work in culture, through media as diverse as photography, painting, drawing, textile art and collage.