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Availability: March 2016
Territory: Europe

ZU (Italy)
Availability: 16th, 17th and 20th November
Territories: The Netherlands + Belgium

Availability: 9th November
Territories:  The Netherlands + Belgium

SALONSKI (Slovenia)
Availability: Between 8th and 13th February 2016
Territory: Europe

Availability: On request
Territory: Belgium

dQtc (Switzerland)
Territory: Europe

Availability: Between 7th March and 7th April 2016
Territories= Belgium, Germany, Italy, Spain, Portugal

GONE BALD (The Netherlands)
Availability: From early February 2016 onwards
Territory: Europe

SILK SAW (Belgium)
Availability: From end of February onwards
Territory: Europe

TERRINE (France)
Availabiity: February 2016
Territory: Europe

HEAD OF WANTASTIQUET (USA/DE) is Paul LaBrecque’s (Sunburned Hand of the Man, Astral Blessing) solo shaman body melt unit.
The music is a thoroughly Modern/NOW take on the early minimalist
experiments of John Cale’s Sun Blindness tapes, projected through a prism that refracts into hallucinatory images of Andrew Wyeth and Caspar Friedrich, the temporal finality of Altamont and Kenneth Anger, the bare feet grounded to the soil of Träd Gräs och Stenar, and the beautiful desolation of Doc Boggs’ early 20th century Appalachian hollers.

For over fifteen years, Zu’s modus operandi of straddling and abusing musical genres has resulted in over fifteen unique album releases across labels such as Ipecac, Atavistic and Headz (Japan). Their experimental amalgam of metal, math, no-wave, noise and electronics, led acclaimed composer John Zorn to describe their sound as « a powerful and expressive music that totally blows away what most bands do these days ».
Five years since their last full length on Ipecac, the critically acclaimed Carboniferous, and following a three year hiatus, Zu returned in May 2014 with the release of a brand new EP, Goodnight Civilization (Trost Records) and with a line up change that introduced the mighty Gabe Serbian, best known as the drummer for the legendary Californian band, The Locust.

Charles Gayle – ts / Ksawery Wojcinski – db / Roger Turner – dr
There is no player on the scene today with the emotional wallop of
CHARLES GAYLE. His later discs – particularly Ancient of Days –
manifest a mature improvisational talent that can stand with any
saxophonist’s today. If you are interested in improvised music, you
owe it to yourself to hear him.
A gentle and humble artist, he is clearly one of the greatest
saxophone players in the FreeJazz tradition.  Born and raised in
Buffalo, he was much influenced by the church, where he grew up
singing and playing music, but also deeply affected by the racism that
he experienced in his urban environment.  Christianity is deeply felt
by Mr. Gayle and is integral to his music.  Mr. Gayle is a musician
who excels at whatever instrument he plays, be it sax or piano or
bass, as he will demonstrate so well. Primarily self-taught, he is
tireless in his commitment to the music. He has played music all his
life, be it on the streets where he lived for some time, or in fine
European concert halls where he has been met with great enthusiasm.
Now he is 75, yet he refuses to lay back and rest on his musical
accomplishments, for fear that the music might lose its ability to
move us – Charles Gayle does not play for himself, but to serve.
He has said about his character “Streets” that he dons that
attire so that he can get out of the way to let the Music shine.  His
intention is to move and inspire, and he has dedicated his life to
this goal.

Music inspired by the glorious Garden of Eden. From its creation to paradise lost, this blends of English brass, American doo wop, chasing sheep of Ireland, Slovenian folk, and urban noise will get your ears some unearthly satisfaction.

Owner of Seaghdha – a vinyl only label for his own productions.LTD Owner of the Techno label 100 years.
Lo Shea began his musical life as a guitarist and progressed from bands to the world of electronic music in the 90’s.Starting out as a Drum n Bass artist signed to Formation records ( under a different name at this time )Lo Shea has experimented with many forms of music. A body music fanatic.He also has a deep love of jazz and blues as well as the often abstract world of electronic music. Falling in love with technology, and the uses of it in the hands of a musician. A Dj.Producer , writer, and guitarist as well as club owner and promoter.Lo Shea encompasses many things.He has produced multidisciplinary art projects as well as dance floor house and techno.

As a free noise trio, dQtç play organic improvisation adhering to chaos and its multiple asperities, stubbornly replicates, dissects, and deconstructs them, generating intense music, brutal, primal, like a trance supported by ecstatic rhythms and long feverish progressions.

This is the traditional kologo music from the Upper East Region of Ghana brought with the energy and flavor of the twenty first century. King Ayisoba sings in Frafra, Twi and in English and is a big star in Ghana. There is a whole new scene now starting after King Ayisoba introduced the super catchy kologo beats to the bigger audiences in Ghana and abroad. The kologo is a two string guitar with a calabash gourd resonator, it is rhythmic and melodic at the same time. The King is bringing other musicians and dancers on this tour, dancing the traditional Frafra dia and kologo dances from the area of Bongo in Northern Ghana. The dance consists of very high jumbs and originates from hunting rituals. Aboku Adortanga (dancer and dorgo player) is King Ayisoba’s brother and is a master in playing the « Dorgo », a special horn from Northern Ghana used in the traditional Frafra tradition of music. The sound resembles a lamb calling out loud and was original used by the Frafra people in the forest to gather the village people to come and hunt. Gemeka is an absolute master in playing the guluku, a local drum from Bolgatanga Soko in Northern Ghana. Ayuune Sule plays the sinyaka, a kalebas filled with dry berries that sounds like a giant maracas and is thrown and hit in a magical way!

Gone Bald is a noiserock band that was born in Zagreb (Croatia) in 1994. Shortly after birth, the band hitch-hiked their way to Amsterdam (Netherlands) and that’s where the band still lives, even though guitarist Razorblade Jr. is the only original member still playing in the band.
The band released tapes, cd’s, a 7” single and more on labels like Kekere Aquarium (Croatia), 100% (Netherlands), FBWL (Belgium), Interstellar Records (Austria) and Narrominded (NL). Over the years, Gone Bald has played hundreds of shows in every possible place from squat to highbrow theatre. Gone Bald has toured Holland, Belgium. Luxemburg, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Italy, France, Slovenia, Croatia and Bosnia, and shared the stage with bands like Jesus Lizard, Butthole Surfers, Sebadoh, Ninewood, The Ex, Don Caballero, Flying Luttenbachers, Today Is The Day and Chinese Stars. The noiserock guitarsound has always been the foundation of the music, but there’s also influences from mathrock and grunge to free-jazz, emo and new-wave.

Aſter 9 years of silence, here’s the 11th album from the unclassifiable Brussels-based duo.
With their usual tamping drums  (just mention the two parts of « The Decision to Exist » or « Same Area », led by a ferocious 808), a regular bass guitar hammering, some bare minimum poor voices, threatened violins, skinbound flute and oboe here and there, a distorted furious piano everywhere and finally some tiny cautious optimism (the extra- human guitar in « Enough Slaps »).

Terrine is a French solo punk/industrial. Kind of child full of energy and making fun about ‘rock rude boys’, she shows a certain shade of noise around industrial 80’s music like Big Stick, TG, Club Moral… She try with her Amiens city’s friends to pretending create the nuke from the year ‘quatre-vindus’ (a pun with the french 80’s and indus).

Thank you.

All the best.


— Alain Bolle / Some Noise 84, Rue des Pâquerettes 1030 Brussels Belgium


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