Booking offers (week 13 – 2017): Will Guthrie, Arabot, Damily, Von Stroheim, Greg Fox.

Dear all,


Here are the bands/artists I’m proposing you this week so that maybe you can set up a concert for one of them:  Will Guthrie, Arabot, Damily, Von Stroheim, Greg Fox.


Please get back to me asap if you need more info.



I look forward to hearing from you as soon as possible





WILL GUTHRIE (Australia)

Availability: Between 29th and 31st May 2017 Territory; Belgium


ARABROT (Norway)

Availability; Between 16th and 31st October

Territory: Belgium


DAMILY (Madagascar)

Availability: Jult, August and September 2017

Territory: Belgium



Availability: On request after the Summertime

Territory: Europe



Availability: September 2017

Territory: Belgium






Will Guthrie is an Australian drummer / percussionist living in France.

He works in many different settings of music: live performance, improvisation and studio composit

using various combinations of drums, percussion, objects, junk, amplification and electronics.




Cult Norwegian noise rock act Årabrot haven’t had it easy in recent times. The band’s leader Kjetil Nernes was diagnosed with malignant throat cancer when on tour in 2014. The treatment was, he affirmed in an interview with The Quietus, ‘as close to real physical and psychological hell as you can ever go’. Remarkably Nernes was back in action with Årabrot a mere six weeks after completing treatment (doctors has originally suggested a recuperation period of up to six months). Last year the band released the short, sharp mini-album You Bunch of Idiots and now they are back with a full-length in the shape of the comprehensively titled The Gospel.



Who would have thought that in the midst of music from East Africa, South Africa and also Rock’n’Roll, in the South-West of Madagascar, there existed the music of the invincible? There, in Tuléar, a whole region has been living for the last 25 years to the sound of saturated electric guitars and to the energized rhythm of the bass drums of zebu skin.

In a land of music divided into tradition, evangelisation and mainstream pop, the Tsapiky is the enfant terrible: untameable and as furious as it is exhilarated, it took shape on the fringes, inspired in the repertory of local “traditional” music that it intensified with an ultra fast arrangement between the bass-drums-guitar, in which the high melodies and vocals weave together. A drastic remedy to the ambient misery, Tsapiky is everywhere: when people get married, buy a new car, circumcise their son, get depressed, bury their ancestors or exhume them to make merry together…there’s a party! And it is Tsapiky that leads them all into the trance.

Damily and his musicians fell in love with Tsapiky when teenagers, and Tsapiky has rewarded them well: together they have travelled through kilometres of bush with their sound system of fortune, playing for hours, for days and for nights, cut off from the world for over a decade. The group began travelling to Europe in 2006, and avoiding the usual circuits of musical production and formatting, they found a place both in underground parties and on the stages of international festivals, where they are hailed as ambassadors.

Damily, guitars, vocals / Gany-gany, vocals, percussion / Naivo,  Drums / Rakapo, bass / Kolody, vocals




von Stroheim is a cinematic doom band fronted by a female singer with a haunted voice. Their performances are powerful yet refined, their words darkly poetic and inspired by film noir. The trio’s compositions are enriched with film samples, as well as synths and theremin which give their work a truly cinematographic feel. In black and white… with an abundance of black.

We are also available for a live soundtrack on Charles Dekeukeleire’s avant-garde film Impatience (1928).



Greg Fox is a New York City born and bred drummer, multidisciplinary artist, and teacher. He has played on and released over 50 releases since 2008, including his work with Liturgy, Ben Frost, Skeletons, Hieroglyphic Being, Man Forever, as a soloist, and with his projects GDFX and Guardian Alien. Fox has studied drumming with Thurman Barker, Marvin “Bugalu” Smith, Guy Licata, and Milford Graves, has toured worldwide with various groups and collaborations, held multiple international music residencies, and was awarded “Best Drummer in NYC”

by the Village Voice. 2017 will see the release of a few new records (TBA), some touring in Europe and Japan as a solo performer and with Zs, Colin Stetson, Ex Eye, and Guardian Alien, as well as the continuation and expansion of his private and group teaching practice



All the best.









Alain Bolle / Some Noise

84, Rue des Pâquerettes

1030 Brussels



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