This Friday I’m gonna play a show in Heerlen at Theater Lexor where I’ll share the stage with Dutch minimalist composer and lute player Jozef van Wissem, as part of the (h)ear Experimental Audio Research program. Looking forward to it quite a bit. Last time I was about to share the stage with Jozef was back in 2008 at the Sonic Circuits festival in Washington DC, but for some unclear reasons he didn’t show up. I think on Friday he will.
And last Friday I played a nice show in Arnhem together with Wouter Jaspers and BelchSingerSongGrinder. That was at the monthly Bosch Acousmatic night in Arnhem in a former squat turned fancy place. The dinner was unforgettable and so was our waiter (ask Wouter about that one). Some pictures of that night:
Wouter played a nice set with lots of dynamics and of course he took some time to show off the qualities of his newest baby: the KOMA BD101.
I started off with a bunch of my homegrown tapeloops and ended in a noisy feedback mayhem…. it felt good. It was because of the waiter I was told later. The real apocalyptic purification was brought upon by BelchSingerSongGrinder. I guess the name describes it well… it was loud and fierce.