Dear all,

I am booking some dates for: SPETTRO FAMILY, LEE NOBLE, NOVELLER.

SPETTRO FAMILY (Italy) [1] [2] [3]
Availabilities: 20th, 21st, 22nd November
Territory: Belgium

Availability: 3rd or 4th November
Territory: Belgium


Availability: 3rd or 4th November
Territory: Belgium

The band’s music is both eerily familiar and strikingly unique, blending together a strange mixture of primitive industrial music that echoes the like of early Coil and Throbbing Gristle, and a wonderfully creepy synthesizer sound that seems to heavily draw from the vintage 80’s horror soundtracks from John Carpenter, Fabio Frizzi and Italian prog-rockers Goblin. You could throw on any of their recordings and be instantly reminded of the surreal nightmares of early 80’s era Argento and Fulci films.
There’s a new “carpentercore” player in town, and his name is Spettro Family (real name: Stefano Iannone). But in addition to wonderfully polished and balanced 80’s-styled synth vignettes, Spettro adds some of the occultism and outer limits mystery which appears to be the staple of Brave Mysteries label.

Lee Noble blends droning lullabies into an artistic stew of eerie, yet inviting melody on his debut vinyl release, Horrorism. Deeply personal and wildly humbling, Horrorism is a vast chasm of introspective churning. Conjuring the spirit of some sort of homegrown and low-pass filtered Radiohead on downers, yet sewn to the hip of modern atmospheric-champions a la Grouper and Sean McCann.
This is entirely its own creature, caressing various spots in the brain; both abysmal and blissful. Noble has crafted a 100% viable album, a true masterpiece in its own world. With Horrorism, Noble brings his compositions to life with class and depth, molding a beautiful, emotional release.

Noveller is the solo electric guitar project of Brooklyn-based composer and filmmaker Sarah Lipstate. Handling the guitar as her muse, Lipstate summons a sonic palette so rich as to challenge the listener to conceive of how it’s housed in a single instrument manipulated by a solitary performer. Her one-woman guitar soundscapes have captured the attention of NPR, The Village Voice, Time Out New York, and The Wall Street Journal.
She released her first two full-length albums on Brooklyn noise label No Fun Productions in 2009. In 2010, Lipstate started her own imprint, Saffron Recordings, as a vehicle for releasing the Noveller full-length ‘Desert Fires’ and a split LP between Noveller and unFact (David Wm.
Sims of the Jesus Lizard) titled ‘Bleached Valentine’. In May 2011, she released the critically acclaimed ‘Glacial Glow’ jointly through Saffron Recordings and Weird Forest. Her newest full-length, ‘No Dreams’, came out on October 22nd , 2013 on Important Records.

I hope to hear from you asap.

All the best.


Some Noise
C/O Alain Bolle
1050 Brussels 5


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