Booking offers (week 15)


Here are my offers and suggestions this week:

LAU NAU (Finland)
Availability: September and October 2016
Territory: Europe

Availability: from 8th October onwards
Territory: Europe

KEIJUT (Finland)
Availability: First two weeks of September + October
Territory: Europe

AKI ONDA (Japan)
Availability: September 2016 + from 22nd October onwards
Territory; Europe

PRAED (Switzerland)
Availability: From early October to mid November
Territory/ Europe

HALF GIRL (Germany)
Availabiliy: 19.9. – – 12.10, 24.11. – 27.11 + 28.12. – 31.12 + January 2017
Territory: TBC

Avaiability: all week-end between late August abd lare December 2016
Territory: Belgium

Laura Naukkarinen, aka Lau Nau is one of the more interesting names in the Finnish music scene – a singer-songwriter, producer and film music composer. Her songs are imbued with a cinematic breadth of vision and her idiosyncratic, finely honed soundworld builds on fragile, spectral otherness.

Lydia Lunch is passionate, confrontational and bold. Whether attacking the patriarchy and their pornographic war mongering, turning the sexual into the political or whispering a love song to the broken hearted, her fierce energy and rapid fire delivery lend testament to her warrior nature.
Queen of No Wave, muse of The Cinema of Transgression, writer, musician, poet, spoken word artist and photographer, she has released too many musical projects to tally, has been on tour for decades, has published dozens of articles, half a dozen books and simply refuses to just shut up.
Weasel Walter (first name, last name) is a Brooklyn, New York based multi-instrumentalist, composer and improviser best known for leading the seminal punk-jazz/no-wave/brutal-prog band The Flying Luttenbachers between 1991 and 2007 on 16 full-length releases.

KEIJUT (Finland) is a trio of expanded cinema consisting of Roope Eronen, Antti Tolvi and Tero Niskanen. Their psychedelic show, in 4 or 5D, seeks to unlock the doors to fairy universum.

Aki Onda is an electronic musician, composer, and visual artist. He is particularly known for his Cassette Memories project – works compiled from a “sound diary” of field-recordings collected by Onda over a span of two decades. Onda’s musical instrument of choice is the cassette Walkman. Not only does he capture field recordings with the Walkman, he also physically manipulates multiple Walkmans with electronics in his performances. In another of his projects, Cinemage, Onda shows slide projections of still photo images, shot by himself, as a performance or installation. Onda has collaborated with artists such as Michael Snow, Ken Jacobs, Paul Clipson, Alan Licht, Loren Connors, MV Carbon, Oren Ambarchi, Noël Akchoté, Jean-François Pauvros, Jac Berrocal, Lionel Marchetti, Linda Sharrock, and Blixa Bargeld.

Founded by Raed Yassin and Paed Conca in 2006, “Praed” is a band whose musical oeuvre can be described as a mixture of Arabic popular music, free jazz, and electronics. In the same year, the band made its first public appearance in Al Maslakh festival in Switzerland, immediately followed by a concert at the Irtijal festival in Beirut. Since then, the band has frequented numerous international music festivals and toured intensively world-wide, spanning Japan, Europe and Canada. Through these endeavors, the band has created a large global network with other renowned musicians as musical collaborators.
The band consists of two regular members: Raed Yassin playing keyboards, laptop, electronics and vocals; and Paed Concaon clarinet, electric bass, and electronics.

HALF GIRL* is an All-Girl-Super-Group consisting of *Julie Miess *(Mutter, Britta), *Vera Kropf* (Luise Pop), *Anna-Leena Lutz* (Die Heiterkeit) and *Gwendolin Tägert *(Mondo Fumatore). September 2016 marks the release of their Debut-Album „All Tomorrow’s Monsters“ via Siluh Records / Cargo. Produced b Schneider TM & Chris von Rautenkranz.
Children of the night expect some glorious songs about Monsters, Broken Hearts and Werewolves. 60ties Melodies meets Sing-a-Long Punkrock. Sheer Heartwarming!

Michael Speers is a musician from Northern Ireland, currently based in London. He uses feedback as the basis for most of his practice, taking influence from noise and electronic music, instrumental improv and drone. Amplified percussion is bowed, struck or made to resonate and layered amongst field recordings, no-input feedback and test equipment sounds. The resultant soundscape ultimately exploits the inherent negative beauty of typical noise sources.

Thanks for reading.

Please get back to me if you want to set up a concert for one of these artists/bands.

I hope to hear from you soon.

All the best.


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