The world is finally taking notice: a selection of painting by Raoul Sinier will be exhibited for a month starting Jan 21st at the Estace art gallery in Paris. All the info is here, and you should stop by if you happen to be in Paris (all the more for the opening on January 22nd). And of course, we got the music to go with this, here, there and there.
Keep up with the New Year's joy with Ad Noiseam, as not only is the new Sickboy 12"out now, but pre-orders are now taken for the new releases by The Kilimanjaro Darkjazz Ensemble ("Mutations EP", adn105) and Math Head ("Stab City" 12"). Both are coming out in the second half of January (except for the LP version of TKDE's "Mutations", coming in early February).
And if this wasn't enough: pre-orders paid for before the release date of these items are all getting a rebate. To cut a long story short: if you order now, you not only get your items first, but you also get them for cheaper.
Featuring four tracks from the CD (the rest being for the second 12", to be released in Feb / March), This "Time To Play vol. 1" features Emily Hasselhoof and Droon's artwork in much bigger version, a loud, bassy cut, and enough dancefloor goodness to send you raving into the new year.This record will be released right at the end of the year, on December 29th.
An hour-long interview with Nicolas Chevreux (aka your humble servant over here at Ad Noiseam) will be broadcasted on January 13th on the german Byte.fm radio, between 10PM and 11PM during the "Hidden Tracks" show . The interview is in German, but also features a selection of tracks (including some new, unreleased material), so even people who don't understand Goethe's or Schwarzenegger's language should tune in. The whole info is over here .
Who need fireworks when you can have beats?
Your humble servant will be part of a huge NYE 2009 celebration in Gent, Belgium, organized by the good people of Bug Klinik , playing alongside I:Gor, Xanopticon, The Doubtful Guest and others. All the info is in the live section . If you're around the area for new year's, make sure to come and party as you should for the new year.
The video website Schnaps has just published a five minute long interview with Scorn shot at his concert in Berlin in mid July 2008, in which Mick Harris talks about his beats, his drones, happiness, midlife crisis, the river and couscous (and you get to see a little bit of the show).