Booking offers


To whom it may concern,

I am proposing you these bands and artists this week: Larsen,
Tisiphone, Judy Dunaway and Charlemagne Palestine & Grumblinf Fur
Time Machine Orchestra.

Please feel free to contact me if you’re interested in setting up a
concert for one of them


Availability: Before and after 26th October
Territory; Europe + UK


Availability: From 20th December backwards
Territory: Europe + UK


Availability: 8th, 9th and 10th September
Territory: Europe


Availability: 23rd and 25th November
Territory: Belgium



After two albums deeply marked by the smoky voice of singer Little
Annie, Of Grog Vim is the first fully instrumental album to be
released by the band since they started 20 years ago and features
special guest multi-instrumentalist Thor Harris (Swans) on trombone
on two pieces.
Indeed there is, among these eight fully instrumental pieces, a
rational aplomb that rearranges, combines and exalts the almost
(chamber?) orchestra approach underlying so much music of the last
decade (by generalization: minimalism/maximalism, post rock, raga
oriented drones, heavy rock). Here the aim is that of a sound beyond
the scenic effect and the instruments punching the listeners in the
face, to which Larsen prefer a rare solidity, infused with a twisted
stillness and ecstasy. Somehow common territories for the band, but
more passionate and straight to the point than ever.

Tisiphone is a french band of cold-rock-tribal-mystic.
Multi-instruments players combined into one organ, TISIPHONE is a
chimera producing a luminous yet confused sound. With its mix of
tribal rhythms, cold guitars, bass no wave, and a soaring, screaming
and singing voice, TISIPHONE defies all genres and plunges us into a
mesmerizing dimension.
During two years, they have played a lot in France – with Jeanne
Added, Algiers, Motorama, Frustration, Qujaku and many others , and
Europe – Berlin, Portugal, Swiss
Our first album (L.P.) has been released at the beginning of the
year 2016 by Automate Records.

Judy Dunaway is an avant-garde composer, free improvisor, conceptual
sound artist, transmission artist and creator of sound installations
who is primarily known for her sound works for latex balloons. Since
1990 she has created over forty works for balloons as sound conduits
and has also made this her main instrument for improvisation.

Charlemagne Palestine, the shamanic world-maker and sacred toy
emissary associated with the New York 60’s minimalist scene joins
Grumbling Fur Time Machine Orchestra, or the extended drone arm of
London based multi-disciplinary artists Daniel O’Sullivan and
Alexander Tucker’s experimental avant-pop conception.
The signature strumming of Palestine’s piano augmented by Tucker and
O’Sullivan’s earthware electronics and processed strings create
seamless sonic ripples in a constant state of unfolding. This is
perhaps the most demonstrative document of Palestine’s powerful
vocal delivery – an alien hybrid of sacred music drawing deep from
the well of the cantorial synagogue and Hindustani classical styles
in a bid to channel inter-dimensional beings from ancient cultures.
In some respects this could be thought of as Charlemagne in dub as
Grumbling Fur carefully twist and mangle their palette of
electrified harp, viola, bowed mandolin, percussion, tapes and voice
transformers through chains of loopers resulting in a slowly
dilating vapour.

Thank you for reading.

All the best.


Some Noise • 84, Rue des Pâquerettes – 1030 Brussels, Belgium


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