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Availability and Territories: april 11 - 17 scandinavia
may 17 - 28 in belgium, holland, france or switzerland

Availability: End of September / early October 2016
Territory: Belgium

KETEV (Germany)
Availability: Between mid May and late June 2016
Territory: Belgium

Availability: 26th and 27th April
Territory: Belgium

DINO SALUZZI (Argentina)
Availability: November 2016
Territory: Belgium

Availability: 21st May 2016
Territory: Belgium

Availability: On 27th, 28th
Territory: 27th (Germany, Belgium), 28th (The Netherlands, Germany)

Jarboe (/ˈdʒɑrboʊ/; also known as Jane Jarboe, and the Living Jarboe; born Jarboe La Salle Devereaux) is an American singer-songwriter and keyboardist who came to prominence as a member of the New York City-based band Swans in 1985. Having played the organ since childhood and had years of professional vocal training, she, with founder Michael Gira, were the two constant members of Swans until the group broke up in 1998.
Although she was absent from the group’s lineup when the band reformed in 2010, she contributed background vocals and voice collage for the band’s 2012 album, The Seer.[4] She has released numerous solo albums and collaborations, many of which have been self-published. She also co-composed the soundtrack of a horror game titled The Path.

Father Murphy is the sound of the Catholic sense of Guilt.
A downward spiral aiming at the bottom of the hollow, and then digging even deeper.
Father Murphy over the years became one of the most mysterious and enigmatic musical entities coming out of Italy, part of that community that Simon Reynolds and Julian Cope started to call the new “Italian Occult Psychedelia

Rishin Singh (born 1985, Kuala Lumpur) uses the trombone, text, scores, video and performance to make music that is simultaneously plain and sensual. Some collaborators include Jim Denley, Goh Lee Kwang , Ensemble Offspring , Jason Kahn, Konzert Minimal, Mike Majkowski, Johnny Chang, Catherine Lamb, Bryan Eubanks, Lucio Capece, and Héctor Rey.
He has performed throughout Asia, Australia, New Zealand, Europe and Canada.
He is a former co-director of the NOW now Series and Festival of the Arts, Sydney.
He lives in Berlin.

The infamous blistering noise of Wolf Eyes propelled them from being a dank Ann Arbour, Michigan basement sensation to the finest ranks of Sub Pop without ever losing a shred of credibility. From touring with Sonic Youth and Andrew W.K., Wolf Eyes have crossed  borders into popularity which few other such confrontational units of their ilk have been able to and kept straight and narrow on their blazing path. Originally started as the solo project of former Nautical Almanac member Nate Young, he was soon joined by  Aaron Dilloway in 1998, John Olson in 2000 then Mike Connenlly and now Crazy Jim. They has released over 150 recordings in their relatively short lifespan.

KETEV is a project by the sound artist and composer Yair Elazar Glotman, in which he explores different methods of sound processing. His compositions layer abstract textures, shifting rhythmic patterns, and dogmatic forms, and his practice easily changes contexts between experimental music and sound art, club music and concert experience, and moves between the digital and analog possibilities of repetition and variation. Personal archive recordings and tape loops which shift in and out of beat form the basis for his mantra-like patterns, which float above a deep sound scenery.

In his 32-year relationship with ECM Records, Argentinean bandoneonist Dino Saluzzi has explored many paths—paths upon which he has rarelytraveled more than once, even if there were certain road marks common to them all. A pair of trio recordings with his son, guitarist José Maria Saluzzi, employed two different bassists—Marc Johnson on 1997’s Cité de la Musique and Palle Danielsson on 2003’s Responsorium—their graceful elegance possessing a similar but different intimacy when compared to the bandoneonist’s ongoing duo withcellist Anja Lechner, which first began with Ojos Negros (2007) but then expanded to a trio with the addition of his brother, saxophonist/clarinetist Félix « Cuchara » Saluzzi, together alone on 2011’s Navidad de los Andes, following the trio’s first encounteron El Encuentro (2010), a more sweepingly ambitious orchestral project.

Psychic TV was first born in 1982 at 50 Beck Road, Hackney following the termination of Throbbing Gristle the year before. Six months later the duo completed the nucleus of the new unit with ex-TG’er Peter Christopherson. By that time Genesis had already conceived, named and pioneered the genre “lndustrial Music” with Throbbing Gristle. Along with groups like The Velvet Underground, Throbbing Gristle is and remains one of the most influential rock groups of the last 30 years; if you haven’t heard their music, you will certainly have listened to someone who has. In Throbbing Gristle, Genesis and company synthesized the influences and philosophies of Gen’s close friends and collaborators, including Beat writer William S. Burroughs; Beat poet and painter Brion Gysin; psychedelic shaman Dr Timothy Leary; queer activist film maker Derek Jarman; and those of legendary occultist Austin Osman Spare, theorist John Cage and various seminal underground authors, thinkers, artists and film makers. The group “TG” produced some of the most unsettling and thoughtprovoking music of all time. Their pioneering “Industrial” sound and self-sufficient approach to record distribution has had a profound impact, becoming key elements of underground music production and distribution ever since.

Yves Botz / Michel Henritzi / Thierry Delles or Hélène Stiefel : guitars
“So you want to be a musician? Just take a fucking guitar… and then, what else?
Well, let’s say just a few more things: of past let’s make a tabula rasa, let’s sack History, let’s destroy idols, let’s knock down rock catechism… Let’s clean up the whole thing and make the genuine rock’n’roll expresses its savagery, the one that had been repressed since Jerry Lee Lewis…
Let’s take back things just where the Stooges left them with “L.A. Blues”, when they throwed their eyes towards free jazz and white noise...”

I hope to hear from you as soon as possible.



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

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



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