BOOKING OFFERS: GUERILLA TOSS, ORDRE ETERN, COAGUL

Dear all,

I’m booking some dates for the following bands: ORDRE ETERN + COAGUL, GUERILLA TOSS.

ORDRE ETERN (Spain)


Availability: November 2014
Territory: Europe

COAGUL (Spain)
http://coagul.bandcamp.com/album/janitor
Availability: November 2014
Territory: Europe

GUERILLA TOSS (USA)

Availability: 14th November
Territory: Belgium

ORDRE ETERN
ORDRE ETERN is formed by the members of ex psychedelic noise band
Qa’a, Víctor Hurtado and Yarei Molina. They modify drums and guitar
to ressemble metallic percussions and debris and together with
tímpani and soviet synthesisers create a desolate mechanical
nightmare. The music is guided by visceral vocals sung in Catalan and
Spanish that portray dystopian themes and reflect on the duality of
human nature. The band are touring Europe together with fellow Màgia
Roja artist Coàgul in November to present their first album which
premiered at Sónar festival in Barcelona last June. Hurtado, on his
part, also has projects and has collaborated with artists such
as JOCHEN ARBEIT (EINSTÜRZENDE NEUBAUTEN) and NURSE WITH
WOUND under his solo moniker Huan.

COAGUL
COÀGUL is the musical moniker of visual artist Marc O’Callaghan.
With synth, vocals and bells he creates minimalist industrial music
which at the same time seems medieval, almost rural, with chants and
proclamations of lyrics from dark esoteric poems in Catalan. With an
aesthetic between black metal and DAVID TIBET, his themes are plagued
with ancestral Mediterranean symbology, references to Tarot,
surrealism and old secrets, and through all this he still manages to
sound punk. His live shows are ritualistic and primal combined with
animations of his visual artworks. Coàgul is touring Europe with
fellow Màgia Roja artists Ordre Etern in November to present his
first vinyl LP « La Roda de la Justícia ». He has performed at many
concerts and festivals in Spain including MEM ( Bilbao, 2013), CCCB
(Centre of Contemporary Culture of Barcelona) and Sónar (Barcelona,
2013).

GUERILLA TOSS
Birthed from the depths of the sweaty basements of Boston,
Massachusetts, deranged rock outfit Guerilla Toss is nowadays considered
to be a New England underground staple by the freaks and weirdos that
inhabit the region. The band has churned out numerous cassettes,
records, and CDs in the past two years on on labels such as Feeding Tube
Records, John Zorn’s Tzadik, Sophomore Lounge, and Digitalis Ltd. By
touring relentlessly and providing their audience with an unforgettably
intense live show that demands, and encourages, ravaging physical body
movement of the listener, ‘Gtoss’ has quickly garnered a cult following
of loyal servants. Their newest record, Gay Disco, is an album that
draws influence from new wave and no wave dance music, extreme dementia,
drug problems, and absurdist humor. However, in the midst of the chaos,
it is clear that the compositions are well-crafted and spout from the
minds of educated individuals while avoiding the common esoteric
pitfalls that could be associated with their sound. Kassie Carlson’s
ferocious vocals run the gamut of the human voice, blasting with jet
engine shrieking and boiling over with urgency, while at the same time
presenting a demented and direct spoken narrative with surreal
conversational lyrics. Peter Negroponte’s full force drumming spews
forth alongside her like a tentacled beast, battling off fits of rage
and panicking between four-on-the-floor dance beats and controlled,
pounding trashcan thrash. Guitarists Simon Hanes and Arian Shafiee duel
to the death with angular and jagged riffs ping-ponging between each
other while keeping pace with dancey stabs of clanging string shrapnel.
As messy as it sounds, Hanes’ fuzzed and scuzzed bass jamming still
retains heaps of thick, gooey funk in the purest sense, which perfectly
compliments Shafiee’s masterful axe work that manages to shape-shift
seamlessly between hardcore rawness, jazzy meanderings, and squealing
noise rock pepperings. That glue that binds is Ian Kovac’s synth work,
which adds a healthy dose hyperactive danceability and electronic
flourishing that contributes to the album’s overall doped-up disco
flavor. Gtoss succeeds in using the power of dissonance, aggression, and
disorientation to derail the dancefloor in a record that captures the
essence of a high-energy live band in its loudest, rawest recording to
date.

Thanks for reading.

I hope to hear from you asap.

All the best.

Alain


Some Noise
C/O Alain Bolle
PO BOX 43
1050 Brussels 5
Belgium
info@somenoise.be
https://debloque.wordpress.com

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