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BOOKING OFFERS: ANTOINE LANG, DAVID SHEA, LA HELL GANG, SAMBA TOURE
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Dear all,

I am booking some dates for: ANTOINE LANG, DAVID SHEA, LA HELL GANG, SAMBA TOURE

ANTOINE LÄNG (Switzerland)

Availability: Between mid May and mid june
Territory: Europe

DAVID SHEA (Australia)

Availability: between 2nd week November and 3rd week December
Territory: Europe

LA HELL GANG (Chile)

Availability: 19th April
Territory: Belgium

SAMBA TOURE (Mali)






Availability: Between 21st and 26th March + from April 6th onwards
Territory: Europe

ANTOINE LÄNG
Antoine Läng’s (vocals+electronics) taste for hybridization and experimentation leads him to use electronic devices as a means of voice processing to extend its range. Initiated in rock, metal or jazz bands, this process is ongoing and increasingly directed toward experimental and improvised music, in regular projects (dQtç, Léon trio, Atomic Paracelze, InsubMetaOrchestra) or solo. Fascinated by the plasticity of the human voice and the multiple roles it can play in electroacoustic and experimental music, his approach to the instrument extends to several registers – spoken, sung, noise, abstract sound textures. His improvisational work revolves mainly around the peripheral sounds and noise, leading to the production of organic and abstract textures or turning into singing, and includes some unique vocal techniques combining lyrical sophistication and brute animality.

DAVID SHEA
Born December 8th 1965 in Springfield Massachusetts. At the age of about five he moved to Indianapolis, Indiana where he began playing clarinet around the age of ten as well as anything else he could get his hands on, in local blues, punk, rap, gospel, folk, and jazz groups through his teenage years. A strong interest in records and films led to hundreds of hours lost in libraries and a developing fascination with avant -garde art and composition. From 82-84 he studied music at the School of Performing Arts in Indianapolis though most of the compositional studies and early record collages were self-taught explorations. This led to a year at the Oberlin Conservatory where fanatical studying and a heavy dose of Duchamp, Cage, Fluxus, Xenakis with introductions to computer music produced a mass of pieces soon to be lost after leaving what he felt was a closed and cynical environment.
“These pieces have been recorded over the last five years; combining ensembles of acoustic and electronic instruments, samples, and field recordings made in Australia and composed during my time living in Melbourne. In this period I have immersed myself in traditional ritual music centred on Buddhist and Taoist traditions as well as the work of Luc Ferrari and Giacinto Scelsi. The Rituals here are influenced by ceremonial rituals as well as internal and personal ones and pieces, which have combined the oldest and newest technologies.

LA HELL GANG
Earning high praise from their debut, 2010′s _Just What Is Real_, La
Hell Gang have traded in the cleaner, ’60s-indebted sonics which
populated that record with something more complex, a murkier palate
that instills these eight songs with languid mystery. _Thru Me Again_
wades through these danger-infested waters with otherworldly grace,
hanging back in the frame while their brand of laced blues wander
fills the room with an unassailable vibe of concentrated lust.
Providing a counterpart to the sounds of fellow travelers in their
homebase of Santiago, such as Watchout! and Föllakzoid, _Thru Me
Again_ is the product of a band mastering its own language, and
learning that the tender moments of their music can go as deep as
their proverbial paint-peelers. You might be visiting this new world,
but La Hell Gang lives there, knows every crater, all the flora and
fauna, and have generously offered to take you on a journey of their
architected existence. You would be wise to follow.

SAMBA TOURE
Samba Touré’s previous album ‘Albala’ was recorded during the fear-laden atmosphere of 2012, when northern Mali (including his ancestral village of Diré) had succumbed to sharia law and radical Islamist control and Bamako, his adopted home, still reeled in the chaos of the recent military coup. The album received widespread acclaim and was rightfully recognized not only as the best album of Samba’s career but also as an undeniable musical statement about the human toll of war and political crisis.
‘Albala’ was co-produced by Philippe Sanmiguel and Chris Eckman (the Walkabouts, Dirtmusic..) with guest guitarist Hugo Race (Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, Dirtmusic, Fatalist…)Samba had spent years honing his artistry (including stints playing with Malian blues master Ali Farka Touré and Kora genius Toumani Diabate) and ‘Albala’ signposted a mature artist, full of sonic imagination and narrative fire.

Thank you for reading.

I hope to hear from you as soon as possible.

Regards

Alain


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