Booking Offers (week 50)

Dear all,



Please find my offers of the week: Royal Trux, Ayub Ogada, Liberez, Radian, Pekko Kappi, Nadja


If you want to set up a gig for one of them please feel free to contact me. I will answer back within 24 hours maximum.




Availability: From mid May onwards into the Summer

Territory: Europe



Availability: June 2017

Territory: Belgium


LIBEREZ (UK)…/…/02/liberez-all-tense-now-lax/…/liberez-419-chop-your-from-all

Availability: Between mid May and late June 2016

Territory: Europe


RADIAN (Austria)

Availability: Between 3rd and 6th April

Territories: France, Germany, Luxemburg, Belgium



Availability: 6th, 8th, 13th and 15th May 2017

Territory: Europe


NADJA (Canada)

Availability: in 2017

Territory: Europe




Today Ayub Ogada is regarded as one of the greatest Kenyan artists of

all time. He was born in 1956 in Mombassa as Job Seda, a descendant of

the proud Luo people of western Kenya. At six, his parents took him to

Chicago, where his father studied medicine. Ayub recalls meeting

Muhammad Ali (then Cassius Clay), and experiencing the aftermath of

American segregation, even as his parents toured college campuses

performing Luo music at a time when the term ‘world music’ was unkown in

commercial circles.




ROYAL TRUX from Washington DC, like LOOP are indebted to classic garage

and psych, at least instrumentally. Vocally, Jennifer Herrema’s voice is

akin to Betty Davis which acts as counterpoint to Neil Michael Hagerty’s

which lies somewhere between Beefheart and Johnny Thunders.



Based in main orchestrator John Hannon’s remote studio No Recordings in

Rayleigh, England, Liberez have expanded their palette from previous

outings on Alter to produce a perfectly engineered machine that consumes

the beholder. A tense, gut-wrenching listen wrought with carefully

considered space, the range of techniques and the depth of atmosphere is

staggering. All Tense Now Lax never settles on a simple depiction of

dread, foreboding or anxiety but layers textures upon rhythms to produce

towering minarets of conflicting emotion



Vienna is the home of Radian, Martin Brandlmayr (drums, electronics),

John Norman (bass), and Martin Siewert (guitars, electronics), who have

been influenced by and shaped the city’s vivid scene of electronica in

the early 2000s. Vienna is currently a wide open creative home to many

new music composers.

The juxtaposition of extremes (on/off) is present in Radian’s work: the

contrast between light and darkness; and in musical terms, sound and

silence and brightness/darkness of timbre.



I, Pekko, am a player of Jouhikko – the ancient Finnish-Karelian bowed

lyre. My music has been described like this: « In his hands the rough

sound of weaved horsehair strings are swaying between the foul and

lovely – dirty and pure. The old songs of unwritten tradition, timeless

and dark stories mediates in his mouth.



Nadja is a duo of Aidan Baker & Leah Buckareff making music that

encompasses experimental/drone, ambient, shoegazer, & doom metal.












Alain Bolle / Some Noise

84, Rue des Pâquerettes

1030 Brussels




Alain Bolle / Some Noise

84, Rue des Pâquerettes

1030 Brussels




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