Booking offers (week 47)

Hello,

Please find here the bands and musicians I’m offerin this week.
Please get back to me if you want to set up a concert for one of them.

I will react to any of your emails within 24 hours.

Thanks for you time.

ZU (Italy)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oefETrLkWD4
Availability: Betwen 13th and 20th April 2017
Territory: Belgium

RANGER (Finland)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QBFxJX5iid8&feature=youtu.be
Availabilities: 13th and 14th June
Territory: Belgium

TIM BARNES and JEPH JERMAN (USA)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GDY0dOYTBtw
Availabilities: 17th, 18th, 19th February
Territory: Benelux

ZU
Zu is an Italian extreme instrumental act that has cultivated a cult following over the past 15 years and it’s not without reason. It’s not without reason that they’ve gained a consistent following because while they root their music in metal, influenced by the low, heavy rumble of modern thrashers like High on Fire and Tryptikon as well as the dark, weird ambience of Neurosis. It’s also not without reason that they’ve remained cultish because: a) this music is not so easily labeled as “metal” or even “Avant-garde” and B)it’s far out stuff.

RANGER
Helsinki speed metal quartet Ranger’s 2013 EP Knights of Darkness captured all the classic, leather-clad menace of the pre-thrash early ’80s with a demonic grin on its face. Few younger bands capture just how fucking fun heavy metal can be to listen to, but Ranger take riffs and speed very seriously and little else, which appeals to those wanting a rush without the seriousness of other, more extreme genres. On their full-length debut, Where Evil Dwells, they retain much of what made Knights memorable, while tweaking their sound just slightly to accommodate a longer running time.

TIM BARNES and JEPH JERMAN
Across a dozen years, the duo of Jeph Jerman and Tim Barnes has offered powerful, minimal music rooted in a shared dedication to the creative act of listening. Jerman is a veteran of the creative music scenes in Denver and Seattle, and in more recent years has been thoroughly investigating the sonic possibilities of the desert Southwest where he lives and works. Tim Barnes’s resume as a percussionist, engineer, and curator is studded with all-star collaborators including Tony Conrad, Sonic Youth, Ken Vandermark (who appears here as a guest), Royal Trux, and Tower Recordings. Versatile Ambience is their second record in as many years, making this one of the most productive periods in the duo’s history.

Regards.

Alain


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

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