BOOKING OFFER: PASCAL BATTUS/JEAN-PHILIPPE GROSS

Dear all, I’m booking some dates for the duo PASCAL BATTUS/JEAN-PHILIPPE GROSS. They’re available from early June 2012 onwards. Please read these two biographies: PASCAL BATTUS: Pascal Battus started out in music as a teenage rock guitarist, then studied percussion (ENM Le Mans et Noisiel) and finally focused on experimental music and improvisation, shaping his instruments to match his own gestures. He now presents a wide range of sound possibilities and experiences, including the surrounded guitar, acoustic and amplified percussion, acoustic walkman, saz and pick-ups of guitar. He performed all over Europe, Middle-East, Japan, Canada with musicians as diverse as Thierry Madiot, Jean-Luc Guionnet, Thomas Lehn, Martin TÈtreault, Michel Doneda…but also with dancers, visual artists, notably in his duet EYEAR with Kamel Maad (video) and with light artist Christophe Cardoen. He is developing what he calls Graphones, in which he produces sound and drawing on paper with the same gesture and the Sound Massages : low acoustic sounds sourced in everyday objects and tools are produced close to or directly into the listener’s ears. With Thomas Lehn and Michael Johnsen Battus performed at Music Action in Nancy in 2008. Pascal can be seen and heard playing with Bertrand Gauget on You-Tube here more information: http://pbattus.free.fr JEAN-PHILIPPE GROSS More information: http://www.jeanphilippegross.com/ Born in 1979. Before turning to electronic he was playing drum. Since 1998 he plays improvised electronic with a mixing board, cheap microphones, small speakers and with a serge modular synth. His work is primarily focused on feeback. Mostly performaning live, he is also creating sound/music for dance & theater, “We killed a cheerleader 2.2″ (2011) / “We killed a cheerleader 1.1″ with the dancer & choregrapher Marie Cambois (2008), “Radiographie” a theater piece by the company Les Patries Imaginaires (2004). In 2003 his work was part of the exhibition 33 RPM: Ten Hours of Sound from France at the San Francisco’s Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA, USA) curated by Laurent Dailleau. He is collaborating with various musicians, among them with Xavier Charles, Clare Cooper, Jerome Noetinger, Lionel Marchetti, Franz Hautzinger, Axel Doerner, John Hegre, Jean-Marc Montera, Will Guthrie, Ferran Fages, Jean-Luc Guionnet, Arnaud Rivière, eriKm, Pascal Battus, JazKamer Metal line up… From october 2001 to june 2009 he was engaged as a program curator in the association Fragment (Metz, France). I hope to hear from you soon. Regards. Alain Some Noise asbl C/O Alain Bolle PO BOX 43 1050 Brussels 5 Belgium https://debloque.wordpress.com http://www.lesateliersclaus.com info@somenoise.be

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