Dear all,

I am booking some dates for:


Availability: On request
Territory: Belgium

Availability: Between 12th and 16th April
Territories: The Netherlands + Belgium

IN ZAIRE (Italy)

Availability: 4th, 5th, 6th June
Territory: Belgium

Andy Stott is a Manchester-based producer of dub and techno music[1] who has released four albums with the Modern Love label.[2][3] His debut album was Merciless[4] in 2006, and was followed by Unknown Exception
(2008) and Luxury Problems in 2012.[5][6] In November 2014, Stott released « Faith in Strangers » and also incorporated vocals from his former piano teacher, Alison Skidmore.[7] Stott has undertaken several productions under the moniker Andrea and these works were released on Daphne, a sublabel of Modern Love.[8] Most of this work is in association with MLZ / Pendle Coven’s Miles Whittaker who used the moniker Millie in the recordings[9] and were released as Millie & Andrea.[3] In 2012, Stott collaborated with the Brooklyn duo The Hundred in the Hands remixing Keep It Low [10][11] from their 2012 album, Red Night.[12]

The Third Sound began as a solo project from Hákon Aðalsteinsson, formerly of Icelandic band Singapore Sling. The self titled debut album of dark, fuzzed up psych tinted tracks held together by Hákon’s deep vocals was recorded in Rome.
Hákon soon relocated to Berlin where The Third Sound evolved into a full
5 piece band and began performing live (Hákon Aðalsteinsson, Robin Hughes, Antonio D’Orazio, Gerald Pasqualin & Ambroise Prieur).
The Third Sound debut album was released on ‘a’ Recordings ltd., the label of Brian Jonestown Massacre’s Anton Newcombe, who invited the band to open for BJM on their 2012 European tour.
During a two week session in spring 2012 the band went into the studio to record The Third Sound of Destruction and Creation (released on July 26th 2013 by Fuzz Club Records), a more band focused effort that ranges from hypnotic soundscape ballads to tweaked out high speed fuzz, layering both serene and abrasive guitars over husky vocals and locked in rhythms.

At first it may seem like a sonic foray into well known territory: a guitar, drums and bass driven ride into psychedelic landscapes – colorful and mind-expanding. And if you’re looking for some lysergic adventures this is your ticket! But even though “White Sun Black Sun” is obviously and deeply rooted in the ongoing history of electrified rock-n-roll-to-blow-your-head-off (i.e. from Ash Ra Temple and Hawkwind to Up-Tight) In Zaire reach way beyond this admirable approach and successfully aim for more. The music’s taking cues from electric Blues, the aforementioned LSD-drenched Psychedelia, high-octane Japrock and edgy Post-Punk – there’s even some Funk thrown in for good measurement. So, turn it on and tune in and find yourself immersed in a universe of sound that consists of bizarre tones and beautiful noises circling around like planets – each one unique, different and magnificent.

Thanks for reading.

I hope to hear from you soon.

All the best.


Some Noise / Alain Bolle
1050 Brussels 5 (Wery)


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