Archive pour mars, 2018

Posted in Uncategorized on mars 30, 2018 by debloque

Voici la playlist du programme Noisy Crescendo qui fut diffusé sue les ondes de Radio Campus le dimanche 11 février 2018 entre 22h30 et minuit

1/ Domino: PETER PERRETT: « Hard to say no ». How The West Was Won.

2/ Axis: JEFF MILLS: « Mars ». Planets.

3/ Deutsche Grammofon: MASSEBET: « Toute mon âme est là ». Piotr Beczala: The French Collection

4/ Domino: ROYAL TRUX; « Ice cream ». Platinum Tips + Ice Cream.

5/ Superior Waduct: TONY CONRAD: « Ten years alive on the infinite plain, part 2 ». Ten Years Alive On The Infinite.

6/ Weird World: RICHARD DAWSON: « Weaver ». Peasant.

7/ Bureau B: CLUSTER: « Fabrik, Hamburg 1972 ». Konzerte 1972/1977.

8/ Hyperdub: LAUREL HALO: « Buh-bye ». Dust.

9/ Vde-Gallo: KHMOU HÂM: « Chant d’amour ». Laos: Musique des Khmou.

10/ Finistere: ZAMPOGNERIA: « Inno alla madonna di Cannezo/ Fiumerapido/

11/ Ar: MARTIN REV: « Rbl ». Demolition 9.

12/ Ahead Of Our Time: COLDCUT & ON U-SOUND: « Kajra mohobbat Wala ». Outside The Echo Chamber

13/ Roving Crows: ROVING CROWS – Album: Bury Me Naked

Stéphane et Alain


Booking offers

Posted in Uncategorized on mars 27, 2018 by debloque

Dear promoters,

Please find here some artists I am offering you this week.

Let me know if you want to set up a performance/gig/concert for one of them.

Thanks for your time and reading.



HAÏXKICK (Belgium)

Availability: On request
Territory: Europe + UK


Availability: June except June 8, 9, and 14. September 24 – October 01 and Early December (Miki Yui solo) + 10th September and 2nd October (Miki Yui + Carl Stone)
Territory: Europe + UK

TZITZIMIME (Switzerland)

Availability: May: 4-6, 11-13June: 1-3, 15-17, September 1-5, October 19-28
Territory: Europe + UK


Availability: 13th, 28th July + 4th Auust
Territory Belgium

INSINGIZI (Zimbabwe)

Availability; TBA
Territory: Belgium

SEIVA (Portugal)

Availability: On request
Territory: Europe +UK


HaïXkicK is a group of grindcore / power violence from brussels. the band consists of 2 members: 1 drummer / singer and 1 guitarist.
The group’s compositions melt from fast and brutal passages to long and aggressive passages.

Cuspeditions warmly welcomes Japanese artist Miki Yui to the label, with a work delicately crafted from field recordings, synthesizer, solar oscillator and sampler.
Yui is known for the unique nature of her music (apparent also in past collaborations with Rolf Julius, Rie Nakajima and Klaus Dinger), and whilst Mills retains the subtlety and sensuousness of her earlier works, these new coherent and lucid compositions are charged with a narrative tension we’ve not heard before.

Carl Stone (born Carl Joseph Stone, February 10, 1953) is an American composer, primarily working in the field of live electronic music. His works have been performed in the United States, Canada, Europe, Asia, Australia, South America, and the Near East.
Stone utilizes a laptop computer as his primary instrument and his works often feature very slowly developing manipulations of samples of acoustic music, speech, or other sounds. Because of this, as well as his preference for tonal melodic and harmonic materials similar to those used in popular musics, Stone’s work has been associated with the movement known as minimalism.

Tzitzimime, a female duo of Power Electronics injected with Death Metal and Harshnoise, formed by Alessia Mercado (growling, screamings) and Andrea Nucamendi (distorted feedbacked electronics) in Geneva, Switzerland since 2017
The duo is inspired by the Aztec mythology, intend to recreate an apocalypse as female stelar demons

Death in Vegas are an English electronic music group, headed up by Richard Fearless. Influenced by a wide range of musical genres including psychedelic rock, electronica, krautrock, dub and industrial, the band’s sound is constantly changing, moving between live rock sounds, electronica and minimal techno

This extraordinary trio from Bulawayo, Zimbabwe offers uplifting performances filled with harmonious a cappella singing, traditional chants, hand percussion, and superb choreography. Their songs possess a gentleness and honesty that stir the soul, conveying a wide range of challenges facing people today. Insingizi music is filled with hope, optimism and faith.

Seiva started their career in 2014 with the purpose of creating a musical project totally focused on the music of oral tradition from Portugal. Heirs of the now defunct Dazkarieh, Vasco Ribeiro Casais and Joana Negrão brought to Seiva their will to explore more and more the traditional music from Portugal.Their wish was to create a group starting from the premise to look deeply into the less explored portuguese rural heritage, unveiling the portuguese soul present in worksongs, old pilgrimage chants, songs of faith and deep within portuguese traditional instruments such as the adufe, the tambourine, cavaquinho, viola braguesa or portuguese bagpipes alonside their own original songs, mixing it with subtle electronic ambiances with no compuction or purism, giving tradition the center stage wihtin the urban context, renewing ancient traditions, showcasing them to the World.

All the best.


Booking offers…

Posted in Uncategorized on mars 19, 2018 by debloque

Dear promoters,

Here are some bands and artist I am offering you this week.

Feel free to contact me if you want to set up a gig/concert/performance for one of them.


Availability: On request
Territory: Europe + UK

SIMISKINA (Belgium-France)

Availability: Between 22nd and 28th October + between 5th and 11th November
Territory: Europe + UK


Territory; Europe + UK


Availability: October 1-5 and November 8-11
Territoty: Europe + UK


Born in Tyrol, but „re-born to a second life » in 1992 when he bought his first guitar. He participated in a number of experimental rock, jazz and avant-garde projekts. He wrote music for cabaret, theatre and film, acted on the theatre stage and in films, and founded bands performing in a wide variety of styles (from progressiv folk to electronic). (Philadelphy Experience, Pfhouu…, Paint, Philadelphy -Martinek, 6to6 String Dezibel,…..). He´s touring arround europe (austria, Chec. Rep. Russia, Germany, Italy, Poland,…) and Amerika. His music was heard at a number of contemporary festivals in austria, such as Steirischer Herbst, Klangspuren Schwaz.
Martin Philadelphy is Austrians most unique and peculiar music leader of independent jazz, impro, electronic pop and special performances. The Press considered Martin Philadelphy to be Austrians „Frank Zappa » reminded of sly stripped down music of Tom Waits.
His musical career started more than 18 years ago with an bad accident on his bike, intended to give him a boot following his profession and astonishing talent. This moment should be a sign of life. Philadelphy got a guitar and started to perform, sing, compose and produce.

Simsikina is now performing its music on analog synthesizers, electronics and electric bass, and teaming up with french film maker and visual artist Xavier Quérel, known from the audiovisual noise-collective Metamkine. Xavier is included within Simiskina as a sort of third musician, working with images instead of sound. He is using a 16mm film projector, and different techniques to manipulate image and light, to improvise a film which is projected on a small screen, resulting in an intimate screening in dialogue with Simiskina’s music.

The Kawa Brothers are heirs to a musical tradition that has been passed down in the family for seven generations, and which originates in Rajasthan(Gokulpura). Mosin Kawa (tablas), Shahid Kawa (vocals and harmonium) and Yunus Kawa (sarangi) were born in Jaipur, and were trained by their father, Ustad Shabbir Ahmed, and their grandfather, the famous Ustad Bashir Khan. They count in their family of musicians like Ustad Sultan Khan, sarangi player known worldwide with which Yunus also studied. The Kawa Brothers gave many concerts, both in India and in Europe in recent years, Mosin Kawa, artistic director of the group, also has to his credit numerous collaborations with renowned artists from the jazz and world international music scene, as Khaled, Omar Sosa, David Murray, Vincent Segal.

Carl Ludwig Hübsch and Jaap Blonk have been playing together since 2001. In this trio they both use two microphones. The tuba has one at the bell and one near the valves, and Blonk sometimes uses his ‘cheek synthesizer’ techniques, where he sends different sounds from the two corners of his mouth.
So they creatively use the stereo possibilities to make improvised soundscapes.
Michael Zerang and Jaap Blonk’s collaboration goes back even further, to 1996. They played in different European countries and several times in the USA.
All three of them are seasoned improvisers and use their respective instruments in very special and unique ways. Together they make a dynamic and always surprising kind of music.

All the best.


Noisy Crescendo (playlist)

Posted in Uncategorized on mars 12, 2018 by debloque

Voici la playlist du programme Noisy Crescendo qui fut diffusé sur les ondes de Radio Campus le dimanche 28 janvier entre 22h30 et minuit.

1/ Terp: FENDIKA: « Anbessa ». Birabiro.

2/ Cobalt: DANYEL WARO: « Karinm ». Monmon.

3/ Mavens Music: KAIA KATER: « Harlem’s little blackbird ». Nine Pin.

4/ Glitter Beat: TAMIKREST: « Manhouy »? Kidal.

5/ Offshore: ERWAN KERAVEC: « Run ». Sonneurs.

6/ Zeitkratzer: ZEITKRATZER: « V strom ». Kraftwerk and Kraftwerk 2.

7/ Cherry Red: THE RESIDENTS: « Horrors of the night ». The Ghost Of Hope.

8/ Sub Rosa: OISEAUX-TEMPÊTE: « Electroniqie résistance ». Al-an.

9/ From Here: PETA WEBB & KEN HALL: « Just a note/wild wild whoskey ». Various-From Here English Folkds Field Recordings.

10/ Caldo Verde: JESU AND KIL MOON: « A dream of Winter ». 30 Seconds To The Decline Of Planet Earth.

11/ No Quarter: ENDLESS BOOGIE: « Vibe killer ». Vibe Killer.

12/ Nubenegra: MARIEM HASSAN: « Naaraf Leila ». The Indomitable Voice.

13/ Glass: RELIGIOUS OVERDOSE: Album: Glass hymnbook (1980-19887)

Stéphane et Alain

Booking offers

Posted in Uncategorized on mars 7, 2018 by debloque

Dear promoters,

Please here some bands and artists I alm offerring this week.

Feel free to get back if yiu want to set up a gig/performance/concert for one of them.


Availability: From 7th November backwards and from 25th November onwards
Territory: Belgium


Availability: Between mid April and mid May 2018
Territory: Belgium

SUSANNA (Norway)

Availability: 20th, 21st, 22nd, 30th September
Territories: Belgium, The Netherlands, Swizerland


Availability: Between 29th Septemnber and 3rd October
Territory: Belgium


Availability: June 2018
Territory: Europe + UK

Alvin Youngblood Hart (born Gregory Edward Hart), a self-taught guitarist, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist, helped lead a younger generation of creative blues artists during the 1990s. Similar to artists such as Keb’ Mo’ and Corey Harris, the free-spirited, Memphis-based musician with a solid foundation in the blues wrote and performed songs personalized with his own insights and experiences. Moreover, Hart’s musical influences extended beyond the confines of the blues, as did those of blues veteran Taj Mahal, who viewed the blues as a world music rather than an American genre. Borrowing techniques from an array of artists such as rock guitarist Jimi Hendrix to alternative bluesman Captain Beefheart, Hart developed an eclectic blues style that included elements of western swing, pop, reggae, and rock.

Unlimited by musical genre and the confines of musicality itself,Lanthier’s sound operates through contrasts: from subtle to
textured, from structured to fluid, from symphonic to dissonant, comic to tragic, from minimal to intricate, his works are at once present, futuristic and imtemporal. He creates hybrids of languages through the use of current technologies and techniques, maintaining a taste for intens ty as a tool for immersive engagement.

It’s an eclectic lineup, although Wallumrød’s unwavering approach to her source material means that the differences between post-punk Manchester, 1970s New York, and Elizabethan England are rendered largely moot. Taken individually, her bare renditions of “Cold Song,” “The Willow Song,” and “Lilac Wine” are beguiling. But the sparse instrumentation puts too much responsibility on Wallumrød’s vocals, whose crystal-clear tone, evoking icy rivers and Nico’s doomed romanticism, feels one-dimensional over the course of an album. It is telling that the one song where she sings with a smidgen more warmth and energy, a gently rolling cover of Elizabeth Cotten’s “Freight Train,” proves to be one of the most engaging.

Chadbourne is a great songwriter and a true banjo virtuoso. His inclination to experimentation draws on his love of traditional country and bluegrass. The way he can scoop up techniques and then have them resurface in unexpected guises is part of what made his performance so engaging.

Baba Sissoko (born 8 March 1963) is a Malian musician (tamani, ngoni, kamale ngoni, bala, calabass) and vocalist. Sissoko is a master of the talking drums (the tamani).
Born and raised in Timbuktu,[1] from childhood, he played tamani, often accompanying the traditional female griot during wedding and other traditional ceremonies.

Thanks for reading.

I hope to hear from you.