Booking offers (week 24): Slim Vic, Negative Scanner, The Telescopes, Eric Holm, Julian Sartorius, A Sagittariun, Kate Carr, Le Tre Sorella, Howlround, Chuck Johnson

Dear all,

I’m back to you with some offers this week: Slim Vic, Negative Scanner, The Telescopes, Eric Holm, Julian Sartorius, A Sagittariun, Kate Carr, Le Tre Sorella, Howlround, Chuck Johnson

Please get in touch with me if you’re interested in booking a date for one of these bands/artists.

SLIM VIC (Sweden)
Availability: From early March 2017 onwards
Territory: Europe

Availability: Betweeb 10th and 26th November
Territory: Belgium

Availability: 7th, 8th November
Territory: Belgium

Availability: On request
Territory: Belgium

Availability: From mid November onwards
Territory: Europe

Availability: TBA
Territory: Belgium

Availability: TBA
Territory: Europe

Availability: 23rd, 25th, 26th, 27th November
Territory: Europe

Availabiliuty: From mid November onwards
Territory: Europe

Availability: 20th and 21st September
Territory: Belgium

SLIM VIC (Swedenà
Slim Vic is one of Swedens leading innovator of the DJ and turntable culture. With one foot in the urban club music and the other in arts music he combines the different worlds and constantly moving the boundaries of what is technically and musically possible with the traditional and proven context. He is also the person behind the label Lamour.

Negative Scanner have been destroying rooms in Chicago’s vibrant DIY since 2012, earning well-deserved accolades as one of the cities best live bands. Their electrifying debut album finds the band taking on all comers; guitarist/vocalist Rebecca Valeriano-Flores’ guttural howl and lyrics have gained confidence over the course of the band’s previous two singles in 2014. The band (guitarist Matt Revers, bassist Nick Beaudoin, and drummer Tom Cassling) have evolved into a lurching post-punk tornado furiously spinning into near-chaos but never leaving the band’s capable control. The album’s opener “Ivy League Asshole” sets the tone: feral and ragged guitars chug over the rhythm section; Valeriano-Flores’ manic yelp spits out lyrics borne out of confusion, aggression, domination, and submission to life, living, lovers, and beyond. (Trouble in Mind Records)

In the mid-to-late 1980s, Stephen Lawrie and his band The Telescopes, along with The Jesus and Mary Chain, Loop, and Spacemen 3, were at the vanguard of a new sound, which emphasized feedback-drenched guitars and melodic vocal melodies. Their songs “Kick the Wall,” “7th # Disaster,” “The Perfect Needle,” and debut LP, Taste, helped galvanize the nascent “shoegaze movement.” And bands like My Bloody Valentine, Lush, Slowdive, and Ride—just to name a few—are unimaginable without Lawrie and his fellow Telescopes.
The Telescopes went on to release their classic self-titled LP on Creation Records in 1992—and, in the process, Lawrie reinvented himself as a master of song craft and a musician whose creative restlessness wouldn’t allow him to settle on a single style. The Telescopes, in addition to soaring electric guitars, included acoustic guitars, pianos, delicate percussion, lush strings, and introspective and moody lyrics.

Today KALTBLUT is hosting an exclusive trailer for the upcoming release of Eric Holm’s ‘Barotrauma’. The source material for ‘Barotrauma’ was recorded in the Nordic fjords south of Oslo, an adjunct to Eric Holm’s training at the Norwegian School of Commercial diving (Norsk Yrkesdykkerskole). While he was training world oil prices collapsed, so left with an uncertain future Holm decided to record and film his dives, capturing the lonely calm of his isolation in the dark water. Like environments on land, the seabed is populated with machines, industry, and noise. Interference is everywhere. Engines, equipment, drilling: it is a mirror of on-land environmental exploitation. These six tracks were created over the last two years, using the sounds Holm collected from the sea floor and subsea equipment, which he then manipulated and processed, shaping a vision of his time in this underwater environment.

The beat has always driven momentum in the life of Julian Sartorius. Born 1981 in Thun (Switzerland), he began his first drum
lessons at the age of five. With his rhythms pushing the boundaries of new music, hip-hop and a unique form of abstract electronica,
Sartorius reveals the endless possibilities and range of his instruments. He often prepares his drums, works with unusual,
unprocessed acoustic sounds and develops beat by beat, a sound world previously unheard. He has collaborated with Matthew Herbert, Shahzad Ismaily, Sylvie Courvoisier, Merz, Dimlite, Fred Frith, Sophie Hunger, Rhys Chatham and many others

The music of Bristol’s A Sagittariun might evoke misty-eyed memories of the early ’90s UK dance scene, if you were there. And if you weren’t, then its relation to the era’s prime ambient and techno cuts, to monumental records by Aphex Twin, LFO or The Orb will make you wish you had been. But for all their rave era signifiers and sonic intertextuality, the way this mysterious artist’s tracks most relate to that epoch is in their non-conformity. A Sagittariun wishes to remain anonymous, wanting his tracks to speak for themselves.

Kate Carr has been investigating the intersections between sound, place, and emotionality both as an artist and a curator since 2010. Her work has taken her from the Arctic circle to the borderlands of South Africa, with stops in rural Thailand, fishing villages in Iceland, and rainforests in Mexico, along with extensive explorations of western Europe, Ireland and the British Isles.
She has been released by labels in the USA, Hungary, France, Australia and the United Kingdom, and included in gallery based installation shows in Sydney, New York, London and Washington State and her pieces have received radio play nationally in Australia via the ABC, the BBC in the UK as well as radio play throughout europe and North America. Recently she was included in sound retrospectives via London’s GV Arts Gallery and Artisphere in Arlington, Virginia.
She runs the Flaming Pines label and is based in London.

Our name is  « Le Tre Sorelle » (The three sisters), actually two cousins and a good friend sharing the same love for traditional music of South Italy.
We started playing for fun during parties and dinners in the family, getting more and more passionate to the folk genre. In 2012 we dicided to get serious and since then we have played on many stages and festivals in Italy and abroad.
Our trio’s speciality is singing polyphonic chants, a cappella or accompanied by traditional musical instruments, such as frame drums, diatonic and piano accordions, lyra, battente guitar, violin and minor percussions.
The music we play is the result of an ongoing study, made possible by the publications on the field, and mainly by the encounter with players and researchers we luckily get to meet on our journey.
What we really want to share with you is our love for this wonderful music genre, moving you with slow and heartfelt pieces, as well as making you dance to the rhythm of pizzica pizzica and tarantellas, letting you experience the same genuine passion we feel while playing.
Alessia Cravero: voice, piano accordion, diatonic accordion, battente guitar, calabrian lyra, violin, frame drums
Giulia Provenzano: voice, battente guitar, cane flutes, frame drums, percussions
Valeria Quarta: voice, battente guitar frame drums, percussions

Hello. My name is Robin The Fog and I am a sound artist and radio producer based in London. My work largely falls under the broad term ‘Radiophonics’ and includes Field recording, radiophonic composition and documentary – it being my belief that the best work for radio encompasses and blurs the boundaries between these things.
Over the past couple of years, my production work has included bespoke sound designs for several BBC Radio 4 dramas, numerous broadcast packages for Radio 4 and BBC World Service, as well as contributions to Radio 3’s Between The Ears, Deutsche Welle, ABC Australia, Monocle, Resonance FM and many more.

Master of finger pickingsolo guitar in the vein of John Fahey sound and CHUCK JOHNSON [1] find him self sharing the avant folk scene with artist like Steve Gunn, Daniel Bachman among others.
He recently released a new album on Trouble In Mind Records where he develops his sound for a FULL ELECTRIC LINE UP . Country and americana finger picking guitar mixes with kraut and psychedelic rock. Something really amazing!

I look forward to hearing from you asap.

All the best.


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


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