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Can’t wait for Civil Civic next album ? Yes it’s been a while since they released their debut album Rules in 2011. You will need to be a little more patient though … But we have good news ! The budding romance between the legendary D.I.Y. forefather R. Stevie Moore and post-everything artkickers Civil Civic has finally gotten physical and produced a beautiful baby. It will be released digitally on Remote Control Records on September 26th.

“When You Gonna Find Me A Wife?” is the first collaboration for Civil Civic who have been working on their follow up to their much lauded debut LP ‘RULES’. It’s is not however the first collaboration for R Stevie who has collaborated with a slew of respectable artists including Ariel Pink, MGMT, Jad Fair, Jason Falkner and Mike Watt.

With all the CC trademark melodic twists and hammering rhythms with the one and only R Stevie Moore on mic (demanding a glitzy wedding!) it’s a marriage that’s built for thrills, fast nights and possibly a very messy divorce plastered all over the tabloids.

Say “I do”.

Sep 18 DE Berlin – Urban Spree
Oct 18 MA Tanger – Nuits Sonores Tanger
Nov 28 FR Villeneuve d’Ascq – Tour de Chauffe

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Booking contact for Civil Civic :



Late November 2014, Julie Tippex brings back Brian Turner, the musical director of the US radio station WFMU in Europe. Dates will be announced soon. To know more about the previous tour / To book him for talks, DJ sets and more : Drawing : Jim Flora.





La programmation des 10 ans du Festival BBmix vient juste d’être annoncée !

Jeudi 20 novembre  – 19h30 (gratuit sur réservation)
Orchestre Tout Puissant Marcel Duchamp / Radio Minus Senior Sound System / Brian Turner (WFMU) DJ set

Vendredi 21 novembre – 19h30 (10,50 euros)
Faust / La Morte Young / Ghédalia Tazartès / Charles Hayward / Brian Turner (WFMU) DJ set

Samedi 22 novembre – 19h30 (10,50 euros)
Bonnie Prince Billy / Xylouris White / Dave Ferguson / Imaan / Brian Turner (WFMU) DJ set

Dimanche 23 novembre – 18h30 (10,50 euros)
The Intelligence / Trans Am / Turzi / Brian Turner (WFMU) DJ set

Billeterie en ligne / plus d’infos bientôt sur !




Pierre Bastien’s is a french gentleman born 1953 who builds his own machineries, at the cross between music and visual art, that blends live trumpet sounds with screen projections of on-site, mechanical sound sculptures in a very poetic way. His work is described as “a timeless sounding orchestra, both futuristic and slightly dada, conjuring ancient traditions in its surprisingly sensuous music.”

Bastien has been called a “mad musical scientist with a celebrity following” by The Guardian. Collaborating in the past with filmmaker Pierrick Sorin, fashion designer Issey Miyake, singer and composer Robert Wyatt and Aphex Twin (who released three of his albums on his label Rephlex) to name a few, he is one of the most influential experimental musicians working in the field. In 1986 he formed his own self made one man orchestra, Mecanium and made over 20 records over the years.

We’re really proud, at Julie Tippex, to now collaborate with him for his live performances, installations and DJ sets on traditional instruments (video)

More info (streaming, video, press) is available on his artist page
Worldwide booking :

Forthcoming shows :

06 Sep 2014 FR Rivières / Baignade interdite
12 Sep 2014 DK Aarhus / Lydfestival
27 Sep 2014 FR Lormont Biennale Panoramas / Parc des Coteaux
30 Oct 2014 SP Igualda / Hot Blues
01 Nov 2014 SP Huesca Festival Periferias (Phantoms w/ Eddie Ladoire)
02 Nov 2014 SP Valls / Sala Dune i La Pera
03 Nov 2014 SP Barcelona / Flux video de autor / Antic Teatre (Phantoms w/ Eddie Ladoire)
06 Nov 2014 SP Valencia / Sala Octubre
07 Nov 2014 SP Gandia / Teatre del Raval
08 Nov 2014 SP Alcoi / L Escenari
09 Nov 2014 SP Barcelona / Heliogabal
10 Dec 2014 FR Montreuil / Semaine du Bizarre / Theatre Berthelot (Motus w/ Emmanuelle Parrenin)



Glenn Branca
Symphonie n°16 “Orgasm” pour 100 guitares, basses et batterie

100 guitaristes

Glenn Branca, composition, direction

“De la musique symphonique pour des gens qui ont grandi avec le rock” : c’est ainsi que Glenn Branca, icône de la no wave, décrit ses œuvres pour cent guitaristes.

Pas deux, ni dix, ni même quinze mais cent ! Cent guitares ! Depuis plus de trente ans, Glenn Branca s’est fait le leader de cette horde sauvage de six cordes, sculpteur de symphonies électriques totalement uniques en leur genre. “De la musique symphonique pour des gens qui ont grandi avec le rock” : c’est ainsi que Glenn Branca, icône de la scène no wave new-yorkaise vénérée par Thurston Moore et Lee Ranaldo de Sonic Youth, Michael Gira des Swans et Page Hamilton d’Helmet, décrit ses œuvres pour cent guitaristes, comme cette seizième symphonie, sous-titrée Orgasm. Evidemment, sous le chaos et les entrelacs de riffs et d’accords plaqués, un océan s’agite. Une mer musicale fascinante, plus héritière d’avant-gardistes comme Steve Reich, La Monte Young ou Charlemagne Palestine que d’acteurs de la scène rock, et qui prend en concert une ampleur logiquement décuplée.

Préparation à la participation au concert
Mardi 17, mercredi 18 et jeudi 19 février de 13h30 à 20h30 (participation gratuite sur inscription)

Si vous êtes guitariste ou bassiste et que vous savez lire une partition, Glenn Branca vous propose de vivre une expérience musicale autour de sa symphonie n°16 “Orgasm”. Pour vous inscrire à ce projet, écrivez à l’adresse en précisant vos coordonnées.


WF web resTim Presley aka White Fence is back with a new album on Drag City.

For the Recently Found Innocent is many things — the 5th White Fence album, the 1st White Fence album to be recorded outside the bedroom fence (with live drumming!), the 1st White Fence record to be produced for Drag City. Plus also, a sophomore pump: the 2nd time that Tim Presley and Ty Segall have met to record music (does anyone remember Hair?), this time pure and simply committed in the name of White Fence. Inevitably, the collision at the intersection of all these winding roads is a beautiful pileup of deep impacts, graceful lines and open space embodied in sound, White on White, compacted for your eyes and ears to believe.

Mark your calendar! White Fence will be on tour January 2015 including 5 dates in France. 21 Marseille, Grim / 22 Bordeaux Rock Festival / 23 Nantes, Stéréolux / 24 Rennes, Ubu / 25 Paris (venue TBA).

Facebook  / Label / Video premiere on Noisey


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YMG play Colossal Youth
19 Oct 2014 Manchester Dancehouse
20 Oct 2014 Glasgow Stereo
Support for both these shows from our friends from Glasgow: Haight Ashbury


Psychedelic meets electronic. Sunday June 22nd 2014 saw a new version of THE TRIP, the first collaboration of Jeff Mills with Androide Light show, a veteran from the psychedelic 70s. They played to a packed Royal Festival Hall in London, during James Lavelle’s Meltdown festival.

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Composer, guitarist and electronics innovator Richard Pinhas is recognized as one of France’s major experimental musicians. A pivotal figure in the international development of electronic rock music, Pinhas’ stature in France is analogous to Tangerine Dream’s in Germany: the father figure of an entire musical movement.

The pioneering, aggressive music produced by his band Heldon during the 1970s, fusing electronics, guitar and rock, heralded the industrial and techno to come and remains today vital and unsurpassed. The ‘Father’ of electronic music in France is also recognized as a world-class guitarist whose “diabolical guitar work” (Progression) earns comparisons with Robert Fripp.

Pinhas returned to music with a vengeance in the 1990s after spending much of the 1980s away. Beginning with DWW (1992) on Cuneiform Records, his numerous releases included projects with Peter Frohmader, John Livengood, Scanner, Pascal Comelade, Etienne Jaumet, Oren Ambarchi, Lasse Marhaug, Noel Akchote, Eric Borelva, and his son, Duncan Nilsson as well as solo works. He also resumed performing.

Since the ’90s, Pinhas began developing a system of electronic processing to use in performing live solo guitar concerts. Experimenting with tape loops and infinite delays, he expanded, transformed and even transcended the “Frippertronics” technique his friend Fripp used in his work with Eno, and “developed a set of personal parameters that stand on their own legs, his looping strata giving birth to interlocking patterns, chordal waves and even harmonic movements…” [Touching Extremes].

Richard is back from a 2 week tour in the US. He will soon be touring again in Japan. He is available for shows and festivals in Europe

Web pages:

Richard is available for solo shows or with his band.

Please send offers to: pascal [a]



We recently asked Stuart Moxham if Young Marble Giants ever played in Manchester and Glasgow back in the early 80′s:  “We played Manchester – at The Hacienda – but not Glasgow. We were supported by the Thompson Twins in Edinburgh and Stirling.”

So here is – at last – your chance to attend 2 historic shows:

YMG play Colossal Youth
19 Oct 2014 Manchester Dancehouse
20 Oct 2014 Glasgow Stereo
Support for both these shows from our friends from Glasgow: Haight Ashbury

These are 2 Julie Tippex shows




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We are super happy to share the new ‘aMAZing’ video of Trans Am feat. Nathan of Trans Am drinking water..


“This week, Trans Am released their tenth album, appropriately titled Volume X in the U.S., Japan and Australia – get hold of it at their label Thrill Jockey’s website here. For UK and European fans, the record will be out on August 11 – but fear not, the Maryland trio haven’t neglected us: today, they’ve announced a European tour, starting up in November, and marked the news with the video for ‘I’ll Never’, a crystalline chunk of mirrorball melancholy, which includes some of the finest drinking of water committed to celluloid we’ve seen. Cast your eyes over director Adam Heathcott’s handiwork above, take a look at the tour dates below and get details of their American shows, which continue at The Black Cat in Washington, D.C. tonight, at the label’s website..”

taken out from the Quietus.

Sat 8 – Electrowerkz, London
Sun 9 – Belgrave Music Hall, Leeds
Mon 10 – Ruby Lounge, Manchester
Tue 11 – Green Door Store, Brighton
Wed 12 – De Kreun, Kortrijk, Belgium
Thu 13 – Le 106, Rouen, France
Fri 14 – Le Romandie, Lausanne, Switzerland
Sat 15 – Les Trinitaires, Metz, France
Mon 17 – Hafenklang, Hamburg, Germany
Tue 18 – Baustelle Schauspiel, Leipzig, Germany
Wed 19 – Berghain Kantine, Berlin, Germany
Sat 22 – Beursschouwburg, Brussels, Belgium
Sun 23 – Paris, France

Booking >> Etienne AT



Call for Papers International Symposium
Disorder: Towards a social history of punk and post-punk

University of Paris Diderot
With University of Chicago Paris Center, University of Versailles Saint-Quentin, New York University Paris
Friday 3 – Saturday 4 April 2015

Punk and Post-Punk: two movements that emerged in the mid to late seventies, the latter supposedly born from the ashes of the former, with the golden age of Post-Punk lasting till about 1984. The sheer number of new bands was staggering, and hundreds upon hundreds have made a name for themselves (Sex Pistols, Siouxsie and the Banshees, PIL, Gang of Four, Slits, The Pop Group, Père Ubu, Lydia Lunch, Einstürzende Neubauten, Dead Kennedys, Kas Product, Die Form, Magazine, Joy Division, John Foxx, Virgin Prunes, Bauhaus, UK Decay…). The degree of experimentation was likewise bewildering. All the arts were impacted, perhaps more especially in Britain. There were themes that had not been aired before in the music industry.

These movements have been written about in specialised or general-interest publications (Simon Reynolds, Rip It Up and Start Again: Postpunk 1978-1984—these dates can of course be debated), but they have not been the subject of very much academic research.
The time is ripe to reflect upon these “expressive moments” in relation to the socio-political climate in which they emerged. The social sciences provide methodologies and tools: ethnography of the audience, the writing of social history, studies of artist/media relations, quantitative and qualitative studies of economic exchange, such as indie labels, distribution networks, advertising and communication strategies, etc.
The Punk/Post-Punk movements were steeped in the socio-political environment, especially because their audience was young, and their formulas (lyrics and “attitude”) are to be observed in relation to the social sphere. Their impact, if impact there was, needs to be complexified. We need to deconstruct all these notions before we can reassess any impact, image, or history. What reading can be given of these movements looking back at them? Was/were the movement(s) homogeneous? Do the chronological accounts stand up to scrutiny? Did the participants really have “agency”? Or are we, in retrospect, faced with a history in fragments, a series of isolated responses to economic situations, and individual political reactions to the social order? Was there radical change or continuity in either of the movements, musically or otherwise? Finally, is the temporality inherent in the term “Post-Punk” useful, or should other denominations prevail?

The conferences and discussion panels will concentrate on three main themes (the topics listed below are not exhaustive):

- The media and spheres of influence: who says what is Punk/Post-Punk?
- Commitment and provocation: Politics or posing?
- Recuperation
- The real impact on society (then and now)
- Art-school punk vs. street punk

- Aesthetics and politics of Punk/Post-Punk identities in contrast to established norms
- Expressions and production of marginality: sexuality, gender, race, ethnicity, social class
- Case studies of fan movements (fragmentation of the periods, of the public, etc.)
- Self-made fan-identity vs. the identities fabricated by the Majors: fashion, artifice and commerce of Punk/Post-Punk image making
- Importance of the home-made/hand-made in the construction of identities
- The effects of financial success

- Punk, Post-Punk and aesthetics: contemporary art (Throbbing Gristle, Test Dept, etc.)
- Punk/Post-Punk: nostalgia and posterity (1990-2015)
- Why the “Post-” in “Post-Punk”?

No limits will be placed either chronological or geographical.
Languages: conference papers and discussions may be in English or French.

Proposals to be submitted before 15 September 2014 and sent to

Submissions to be no more than one page long, and to include between three and five bibliographical references as well as a CV/résumé.
Papers must be original and unpublished.
Those papers selected for publication must be sent on or before 31 March 2015.
Conferences will be 20 minutes long, followed by 10 minutes of discussion.

Organizers: Paul Edwards, Élodie Grossi, Paul Schor.

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Chicago band DISAPPEARS will be back for a short Euro tour next week starting in Orléans (FR) on May 27. they’ll play a couple of nice shows with: Slint, Nisennenmondai, Lee Ranaldo & The Dust..

do NOT miss them! and also check their last LIVE ON KEXP   !


27/05/2014 FR Orléans – Astrolab
28/05/2014 FR Tours – Temps Machine w/ Nisennenmondai
29/05/2014 LU Luxembourg – Exit07 w/ Nisennenmondai
30/05/2014 FR Strasbourg – Le Troc Café
31/05/2014 FR Lyon – Festival / Nuits Sonores w/ Lee Ranaldo & the Dust, Wooden Shjips
01/06/2014 IT Milan – Bloom w/ Slint
02/06/2014 IT Padova – Festival / Summer student festival / Je t’aime
03/06/2014 IT Ravenna – Festival / Beaches Brew w/ Lee Ranaldo & The Dust
04/06/2014 CH Lausanne – Le Romandie
05/06/2014 NL Utrecht – Tivoli w/ Slint
06/06/2014 NL Amsterdam – Paradiso
07/06/2014 NL Eindhoven – Psych Fest w/ Nisennenmondai


Booking >> Etienne at Julietippex . com