Bookibg offers (week 11 – 2017) Helen Money, Jessica Moss, Noah Kin, Airtists, Fis & Rob Thorne, Kroke, You Got No Jams

Hello everybody,

Please find here the bands and musicians I’m proposing you this week:  Helen Money, Jessica Moss, Noah Kin, Airtists, Fis & Rob Thorne, Kroke, You Got No Jams

Don’t hesitate to get back to me if you want to know more about conditions and availabilities.

Thank you for your time and reading.

YOU GOT NO JAMS (France/Belgium)
Availability: On request
Territory: Europe

Availability: From 19th October onwards
Territory: Benelux

AIRTIST (Hungary/Austria)
Availability: From 19th October onwards
Territory: Benelux

Availability: Septembre + octobre
Territory; Belgium

FIS & ROB THORNE (New Zealand)
Availabilities: Between 21st and 25th + 27th April
Territory: Belgium

Availability: 17th + 23rd + 24th September
Territory: Belgium

KROKE (Poland)
Availability: 28th and 29th November
Territory: Belgium

All the best.


Matthieu Safatly, cello, voice & electronic / Maurice Charles JJ, baryton sax & electronic.
This won’t be a love song… but it is loving sounds and mixtures they put the audience in front of the unexpected. Electric, abrasive, cracked and obsessive, their music cuts in the heart of instruments, voices, samples and loops. An improvised and organic trip.

In fact, it’s hard to find any aspects about Noah Kin that might stand in the way of him finding success—he’s got a good look, a taste for experimental electronic beats that’s pretty much a must-have in rap right now, plus the kind of impossible-to-fake presence that makes it feel like he’s rapping directly at you, even over headphones. – Entertainment Weekly
Another artist that I think is really exciting is a Finnish rapper called Noah Kin. He’s 20 years old but he’s just released his third album. And he is so eloquent and he’s got such clever ideas about – not just about his lyrics, but about the production of his rap music as well. – Francine Gorman on BBC Radio 1 Noah Kin is going to be the next big thing in hip-hop. – Georgina Langford, District MTV.

The band don’t use any electronically produced sound. Only the natural vibration of their AIRfueled instruments is what makes people dance. This music could have been played thousands of years ago the same way.
« These three guys just went up on the stage with nothing that seemed to be an instrument. One of them had a big wooden stick -a didjeridoo in his hand, the other held a little piece of iron between his teeth -probably a Jew’s harp and the third guy had nothing but his voice. But after the first seconds of their concert the audience experienced the most energizing, danceable, ancient party music ever. The whole crowd started dancing within a minute. The incredible sounds produced without any electronic equipment blew our mind and moved our body for the entire concert and after… » – Komlós István

Jessica Moss is best known as violinist, backing vocalist and co-composer with the acclaimed cult chamber-punk band Thee Silver Mt. Zion Memorial Orchestra, the avant-klezmer group Black Ox Orkestar, and for her involvement in multiple records by Carla Bozulich’s Evangelista and two albums by Vic Chesnutt.

The duo of New Zealand-born, Berlin-based producer Ollie Peryman a.k.a. FIS, and New Zealand-based musician and anthropologist Rob Thorne perform  ahead of their debut album release on Subtext this summer. The two artists share a broad theoretical and critical background and both teach or have taught about indigenous musical traditions. They apply their own practices to the reimagining of indigenous musical traditions and the bridging of a gap between long-established and experimental approaches.

Alison Chesley, known also by her stage name Helen Money, is a classically trained cellist who draws her inspiration not only from Pablo Casals and Shostakovich but Jimi Hendrix and The Minutemen.
She began playing the cello at the age of 8 in her hometown of Los Angeles and steered a course towards a career in classical music until she went to Chicago to attend Northwestern University and decided to go full steam ahead in pursuit of a career outside of it. She began a busy period as a solo artist, especially on Chicago’s then thriving studio scene, where she played on over 100 albums including those by Bob Mould, Broken Social Scene, Anthrax, Mono, Russian Circles, Disturbed and Poi Dog Pondering. She began composing music for films, theater and dance including two world premiers with the modernist icon Shirley Mordine.
In 2007, Alison wrote the first Helen Money album and released it on her own label, Cellobird Records. Since then, she’s recorded three additional albums as Helen Money: « In tune », also on her label, « Arriving angels » on Profound Lore Records and her latest « Become Zero » out on Thrill Jockey.
Written after the death of both of her parents, « Become Zero » amplifies Chesley’s musical ferocity with palpable sadness and striking beauty taking us on a journey as she grapples with the concepts and the emotions of life’s end: loss, isolation, sorrow, peace and resolution.
Helen Money is equally at home in the New Music realm as she is in the New Metal realm. She has toured extensively with an incredible array of musicians, including Shellac, Neurosis, Sleep, Russian Circles, Magma, Agalloch, Earth, and Nina Nastasia. Both Portishead and Shellac selected her for their respective All Tomorrow’s Parties festivals.

KROKE (which means Kraków in Yiddish) was formed in 1992 by three friends, graduates of Kraków Academy of Music: Jerzy Bawoł (accordion), Tomasz Kukurba (viola) and Tomasz Lato (double bass). The group members completed all stages of standard music education, including jazz and modern music. KROKE began to play music which was deeply set in Jewish tradition, and strongly influenced by Balkan music, to enrich it later on with Oriental and Indian sounds, elements of jazz and world music, creating their own characteristic style.

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