Gros événement à venir. Jeff Mills et son groupe font partie des artistes invités pour l’ouverture pour la nouvelle Seine Musicale
Gros événement à venir. Jeff Mills et son groupe font partie des artistes invités pour l’ouverture pour la nouvelle Seine Musicale
We’re happy to welcome OTTO RIITA on our Roster!
After years approaching each other, yugo solo and Rescue finally team up to create some music under the moniker OTTO RIITA. Rescue is a dj, radio producer and sound artist. She is active within the french underground electronic scene since the early 2000. yugo solo is one of the guitar heroes of the french super band RIEN (RIP) and member of the crazy duo Câlin. Within OTTO RIITA they blend their skills and backgrounds to create an odd yet funky spacey disco vibe that is a real collision of worlds.
The title track ‘Azul Piscina’ is first and is a rugged affair with shooting synths, funky drums and a raw energy that really gets you going. Cosmic melodic explosions and knotted bass guitar riffs brush up with one another and make the whole thing really jump out at you. Next up, the equally interesting ‘Square Dance’ is a deeper affair, with rippling synths and big bass downstrokes taking you far off into the cosmos. It is a musical tune that mixes organic and synthetic sounds with real aplomb.
Belgian-Italo duo Front De Cadeaux step up to remix and rework ‘Azul Piscina’ into a slow and ponderous, chuggy disco prowler with tumbling percussion and loose drums falling away from the groove. It’s playful and curious and makes way for Argentinian drummer and producer Publicist to step up to tackle the same track. His version is much more direct and freaked-out with mad synths bringing a tortured feel, industrial sounds adding energy and slap-funk drums driving the whole thing along.
Arnaud Rebotini > ‘Publicist remix is for me !’
Chloé > ‘love both original tracks !’
Ted Krisko from ATAXIA >‘Talk about a release that cuts through in promo world. Total standout – thank you for the absolute smashers here. Azul Piscina OG & Publicist remix get full support. ‘
Bottin >‘both original are very good. Publicist remix also interesting!’
Bufi / Ritmo Culto (Kitsuné, Correspondant, Record Makers, Turbo) > ‘NICE!’
Gemini Brothers > ‘Defo a great EP! Love ‘Azul Piscina’ orig version! Defo playing and supporting around!’
Tom Findlay from Groove Armada > ‘wicked disco ness – love it’
Severino Panzetta from Horse Meat Disco > ‘Great release Front De Cadeaux is FAB and original too ‘
Timothy Clerkin from Heretic / Eskimo Twins > ‘All amazing!’
Golden Bug > ‘Top F2C and Azul Piscina’
Id!r > ‘Nice pack ! Originals are just Brilliant, love them both.’
Il Est Vilaine > ‘Cool ep’
Alexandre Berly from La Mverte > ‘F2C remix is for me, really good !’
Marco Dos Santos > ‘Great one. ‘
Pulp Disco and The Outcasts (Her Majesty’s Ship, Correspondant, La Dame Noir) > ‘Great release. Love the originals and remixes.’
PSLKTR (Meant Records) > ‘square dance original is sick’
Travis Kirschbaum from Split Secs (Kompakt) > ‘Loving Azul and and the Publicist remix. Very nice!’
Neil Parnell from Tronik Youth > ‘great package’
They’re now available for live and Dj Set !
booking > Etienne AT julietippex.com
Ready for some big news? Barcelona, 13th May, CCCB: Alison Staton will perform with Spike, Stuart Moxham will perform solo. Also a Q&A. Since Young Marble Giants stopped touring last year this is the closest to a band reunion you can get…! (please note that this will only happen in Barcelona, not in Madrid). See you all there!
It has been 100 years since the British composer Gustav Holst introduced his most famous score «The Planets». An elegant musical tour to each one of our Planets in the Solar System, Holst brought forth imaginary visions of space that would survive many generations and decades after. As an important piece to the classical universe,“The Planets“ is regularly played throughout the World every year as it had been the most vivid translation of our cosmic neighborhood until now.
The Electronic Music artist and producer Jeff Mills, pays tribute to this century of incredible musical production. He embarks to compose a sonic journey to re-discover our neighboring planets in a 18 piece suite that explores the nine planets, including the portions of space in between the Planets,the nine regions Mills calls LoopTransits.
Deeply inhabited by science-fiction, Jeff Mills adopts its ideas, concepts, stories and esthetics from the outset. For him, Space is an obsession and his music almost becomes a musical science-fiction. Conquering space, his music embodies the future while both respecting the past and remaining well into the present. Mills takes the rotating principle of the solar system as aesthetics, concept and model for creativity. From the beginning, his first releases explore futuristic and science fiction topics and continue to do so to this day. For Jeff Mills, the future is a powerful creative drive which explains the artist’s ceaseless activity.
Since its creation and like the intention of Holst, each track is musically imagined to invoke the psychological affect, emotions and ideas of each planet. But unlike in the year 1918, when the score was first publicly heard on the last week of World War I, 100 years later, we now have a more accurate knowledge about what each Planet is made of and what they look like.The piece should bring the audience closer to confronting each planet in ways that audiences in 1918 could only dream of.
With the French composer Sylvain Griotto, the arranger of Planets and Mills’ previous work on the album and classical score about the NASA astronaut and doctor Mamoru Morhi’s space journey in 1992 and 2000 from the album “Where Light Ends“, Mills has created an electronic music album that have been translated for symphonic and philharmonic orchestras and will accompany them in their live debut and all performances. Starting to conceptualize and produce music for it dating back to 2005, Mills constantly worked on the project over the years to bring it to fruition.
In July 2016 Jeff Mills has completed the last production stages of the Planets album at the world famous Abbey Road Studios in London. Recorded and will be released in 5.1 surround on the Blue Ray digital format, the soundtrack needed a particular high level of expertise that could only be attended to at hands of the renowned senior studio engineer Jonathan Allen. The expertise and quality associated with the legendary Abbey Road Studios is recognized globally and undeniably the most famous studio in theWorld.It is with acclaim from the Beatles,Pink Floyd,or more recently Radiohead before him, that Jeff Mills will bring Planets at this legendary music institution. The mastering sessions occurred on August 2016 with the acclaimed Mastering engineer Darcy Proper in Holland.
Mills regularly performs with symphonic orchestras around the world, always to sold-out venues.
PLANETS is available for concerts with symphonic orchestras. Please contact pascal [a] julietippex.com
Booking > Etienne at Julietippex.com
La Machine du Moulin Rouge & Julie Tippex présentent
~ dans le cadre des 10 ans de Julie Tippex ~
ZOMBIE JAMBOREE FESTIVAL PAR ZOMBIE ZOMBIE
10 – 11 – 12 MAI 2017 – LA MACHINE DU MOULIN ROUGE
CONCERTS – CLUB – CINEMA – SHOP
Zombie Jamboree festival est créé et co-programmé par le groupe Zombie Zombie et La Machine du Moulin Rouge.
Pendant 3 jours explorez l’univers mirifique de Zombie Zombie, chaque soirée mettra respectivement à l’honneur la musique live, le cinéma et la musique club. #ZombieJamboree
A l’aube de sa 7ème année, celle de la maturité, La Machine du Moulin Rouge s’affirme comme lieu de vie & de création pluridisciplinaire, foisonnant et ouvert de jour comme de nuit. Elle défend une vision décloisonnée de la culture, travaillant aussi bien avec des artistes confirmés que des collectifs indépendants et avant-gardistes. A la fois, espace ludique et terre d’accueil propice aux dialogues, La Machine se laisse guider par la notion de plaisir dans tous ses projets, qu’elle souhaite innovants, chaleureux et exigeants.
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MERCREDI 10 MAI / CONCERTS / 16€-18€
~Central / 20h-23h
ZOMBIE ZOMBIE live
Tharsis Dome Lightshow
~Bar à Bulles / 23h-1h / AFTERSHOW
Tristesse Contemporaine DJSET
JEUDI 11 MAI / CINEMA / GRATUIT
~Central / 20h-00h
Carte Blanche à POTEMKINE
DEAD SLOW AHEAG par MAURO HERCE
THE MAGIC LANTERN CYCLE par KENNETH ANGER
~Bar à Bulles / 20h-00h
PROJECTION EN SUPER 8
LA NUIT DES MORTS VIVANTS de GEORGE A. ROMERO (version ralentie)
VENDREDI 12 MAI / CLUB / 12€-15€
~Chaufferie / 00h-6h
VERSATILE night curated by Zombie Zombie
TOLOUSE LOW TRAX
ETIENNE JAUMET live
~ artwork par SPH OZR
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MERCREDI 10 MAI / CONCERTS
~ 16€ (prévente) – 18€ (sur place)
JEUDI 11 MAI / CINEMA
~ Entrée libre
VENDREDI 12 MAI / CLUB
~ 12€ (prévente) -15€ (sur place)
PASS ZOMBIE – 3 JOURS
~ 25€ (prévente uniquement)
Digitick : https://goo.gl/5QVyO5
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Pour toutes informations (demande de partenariat, jeux concours, référencements et agenda, informations supplémentaires) vous pouvez nous joindre par mail aux adresses suivantes :
The meeting of the two super-stars is available for festivals. Booking by pascal [a] julietippex.com
ETIENNE JAUMET meets ROMAIN TURZI
2 hours Electronic Live Performance
+ DJ Set Cosmic Neman
We’re happy to announce that Memphis No Wavo Girl Band NOTS will be back in Europe/UK for a 2 weeks tour including Primavera Festival (2 shows) and B-Sides Festival.
They’ll also release a new EP before the tour starts on Goner Record! more soon on this!
Thur 1-Jun SP BARCELONA – PRIMAVERA FESTIVAL / Tickets
Fri 2-Jun SP BARCELONA – PRIMAVERA FESTIVAL FREE SHOW IN TOWN / Tickets
Sat 3-Jun FR PARIS – POINT FMR / Tickets
Sun 4-Jun UK BRIGHTON – GREEN DOOR STORE / Tickets
Mon 5-Jun UK LEEDS – BRUDENELL SOCIAL CLUB / Tickets
tues 6-Jun UK HEBDEN BRIDGE – TRADES CLUB / Tickets
wed 7-Jun UK LONDON – CAFE OTO / Tickets
Thur 8-Jun FR LILLE – ANTRE 2
Sat 10-Jun NL AMSTERDAM – BITTERZOET / Tickets
Sun 11-Jun DE HAMBURG – Ms HEDI / Tickets / FB
Mon 12-Jun DE BERLIN – URBAN SPREE / Tickets
tues 13-Jun DE COLOGNE – KING GEORG / Tickets
wed 14-Jun FR STRASBOURG – MUDD CLUB / FB
Thur 15-Jun DE SCHORNDORF – MANUFAKTUR / Tickets
Fri 16-Jun CH FRIBOURG – LE NOUVEAU MONDE / Tickets / FB
sat 17-Jun CH LUZERN – B-SIDES FESTIVAL / Tickets / FB
Booking -> Etienne AT Julitippex.com
Beginning in the 1990s in Paris’ club scene Chloé steadily gained a following that today reaches far beyond France.
Her extensive discography includes EPs released on Karat, BPitch Control, My Favorite Robot, Throne of Blood… Among her releases are also remixes (Alain Chamfort, Miss Kittin, Troy Pierce…), and 2 albums The Waiting Room & One in Other released in 2007 and 2010 on Kill the Dj records.
This last album went on to be nominated for France’s most prestigious music award, Les Victoires de la Musique.
Hallo Joasihno! We are happy to welcome the band Joasihno from Cico Beck, also member of The Notwist and Aloa Input. The two musicians play face to face on the ground, with marimbas, synthesizers, percussions and accompanied by some self-made robot musicians. Check this amazing live-session to get an idea.
Joasihno’s music evolves between minimalist music, electronica and pop music. By listening to their last album “Meshes”, some parallels with early works from Four Tet, but also influences from likes of Moondog, Nils Frahm, Steve Reich, Philipp Glass and Raymond Scott pop in mind.
The band is available in France from March 28th to April 4th 2017 and worldwide (teaming up with the agencies Clubzwei for Germany and Pentagon Booking for Italy) the whole year for festivals and special events. Don’t hesitate to get in touch for more infos. Booking contact: jeremie AT julietippex.com
We’re super happy to add the Japanese quatuor GOAT to our Roster for Germany. (The band remains booked europe-wise by Florian at ZooBook Agency).
Guitar, saxophone, bass and drums. Disregarding the musical scale of instruments as much as possible, the band creates songs that consist of noise and muted sounds that are produced when sound is emitted. The trance and fatigue brought about from relentless repetition and the melody-like sounds that comprise harmonics outside the twelve-tone are both urban and tribal at the same time.
We must say we’ve been truly blowed away from their live performance during their past 2016 tour. They’ll be back in July and will play a couple of german shows! get in touche.
Booking > Etienne AT julietippex.com
“Trans Am remain one of America’s most inventive bands.” – Prog
“The band’s assured musicianship and feats of imagination are second to none.” – Rock-A-Rolla
“Trans Am are a band who, in a quarter century together, have never shown any sign that they’re happy to keep ploughing the same furrow.” – Drowned In Sound
In a career spanning over 25 years, Maryland’s Trans Am have mastered the art of the unexpected. Deftly juggling anything from kosmische rock to futuristic speed metal to robo-balladry, the band’s ability to manoeuvre bold stylistic and aesthetic shifts has earned them a reputation as one of post-rock’s most adventurous innovators.
Refusing to rest on this legacy, Nathan Means, Philip Manley and Sebastian Thomson continue to break down established modes of songwriting to brain-melting effect. Trans Am bring their genre-bending live show to Europe in 2017, with a spate of dates across the UK, France, Belgium and the Netherlands.
Full dates and ticket links are listed below,
as well as on Trans Am’s Thrill Jockey artist page
Full Tour Dates
Booking > Etienne AT julietippex.com
One family band : Vulfpeck – extract : Dean town (Vulf records, 2016)
One track : Joasihno – Bell games (Alien Transistor / Morr Music, 2016)
One album : Nicholas Desamory –You Only Need To Know How It Feels To Believe (Staubgold, 2016)
An other album : Borja Flames – Nacer Blanco (Marxophone Records / Le Saule, 2016)
One concert : Zeitkratzer, Svetlana Spajić & Friends (HKW, Berlin, January 2016)
One earworm : Kraus – Dear Giulietta (self-released CDR, 2004)
One anthem : Lew Davies And His Orchestra – Hold me (Enoch Light / Patterns in sound, 1966)
One French record : Jac Berrocal – Hôtel Hôtel (Nato, 1986). Extracts : Minuit La Nuit, Azur
One Soundcloud : Hassle Hound (Glasgow)
One playlist : Jean-Jacques Palix – Méta-musique pour poussières célibataires (Collection Morel, 2015)
One exhibition : Collection Morel – Les machines célibataires (Le lieu unique, Nantes, 2016)
One program : The Fantom Cinema (The Old Hairdresser, Glasgow, April 2016)
One artist book : Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster – 1887–Splendide Hotel (Onestar Press, 2014)
One anthology : Richard Brautigan – C’est tout ce que j’ai à déclarer (complete poetry, Le Castor Astral, 2016)
One place and neighbourood : Fonoteca Nacional de México, Mexico DF
One hell of adventure : Moscow, June 2016 / Telex – Moscow Disco (Hansa International, 1979)
One hidden place : Casa Almiral, Barcelona
A German hit : Ideal – Schöne Frau Mit Geld (Eitel Optimal, 1982)
A weirdo disco treat : Jean-Pierre Massiera – The Last Tourment (Mucho Gusto Records, 2008, rerelease)
One photo : Love Supreme Jazz Festival, Brighton
With thanks to Constance Legeay for our year of work together !
Zombie Zombie meet Sonic Boom at Villette Sonique; Zombie Zombie live in Xavier Veilhan’s workshop.
La Monte Young Tribute at Levitation.
Thurston Moore’s residency at Le Louvre featuring Stefen O’Malley and Irmin Schmidt.
Nuit NY at 104.
Jeff Mills and Emile Parisien’s tribute to John Coltrane for Variations serie.
Matmos perform Robert Ashley’s Perfect Life at Beaubourg.
Zombie Zombie, Slow Futur
Skeletons, Am I Home?
Yeti Lane, L’Aurore
Martha Fiennes’ Nativity.
Kevin Coyne’s paintings in Vilseck, Germany.
Jack Kerouac’s scroll at Beaubourg.
Notre France by Raphaël Glucksmann.
Re-reading CF Ramuz.
Game of Thrones, Season 6, episode 9.
Best bar :
L’Incognito, Paris 20e (Hello Hector).
Top of the Tops :
Moving in a house with a garden…
Live Music : This is Not This Heat at Cafe Oto; Steve Reich Quartet at Royal Festival Hall; Oren Ambarchi + Will Guthrie at Cafe Oto; Pikacyu-Makoto tour; Housewives live; Milhoes De Festa; Supernormal Festival.
Recorded Music : Arch Waves by Jaleh Negari; Everywhere At The End Of Time by The Caretaker; Chora(s)san Time-Court Mirage Live At Issue Project Room; Blackstar by David Bowie; Deepak Verbera by Botany; Under The Sun by Mark Pritchard.
Books : The Moons At Your Door edited by David Tibet; Before The Feast by Sasa Stanisic; The Vegetarian by Han Kang; Underground Railroad by Colson Whitehead; Into The Maelstrom by David Toop; The Evenings By Gerard Reve.
Shows : Housewives, Gugayage, Helena Hauff @ Confort Moderne, Poitiers (+ Distopark
exhibition) / Pharcyde, Venetian Snares, Èlg, Damien Schultz, Eric Copeland in Rouen / Wolf Eyes, B-Ball Joints, Evil Moisture, Ghedalia Tazartès, Hailu Mergia @ Instants Chavirés / Sleaford Mods @ Villette Sonique & Route du Rock / Not Waving @ Soy Festival / Omar Di Bongo @ Musiques Volantes
Books : Equinoctial by John Varley, Shop Class as Soulcraft: An Inquiry Into the Value of Work by Matthew B. Crawford, Die Wahlverwandschaften by Goethe
Highlights : Recovering from tough moments with old friends in the basque country. Looking for Krampus in the Dolomite mountains. Horse riding in Normandy. Still being able to try and focus on good things that happened in 2016.
Shows : Fenster at Alinae Lumr and Volksbühne, Soft Grid at Handstand und Moral, Klaus Johann Grobe at Jenseits von Millionen, White Wine at Immergut Festival, Batsch at Antje Oeklesund and in Coventry, Gurr at Westgermany, Deerhoof at Bi Nuu, Angel Olsen at Columbia Theater, Bounty Island at Tutti Frutti Fest, More Eats in Lugano and at Schokoladen, Civil Civic at The Victoria, Zombie Zombie at Urban Spree, Jerry Paper in New York City.
Books : “When Watched” by Leopoldine Core – “The Girls” by Emma Cline – “Pocket Atlas of Remote Islands” by Judith Schalansky – “The Thing Around Your Neck” by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
Highlights : Ezera Skanas Festival in Latvia, where Fenster played on a floating stage in the middle of a lake at sunrise. The festival takes place between 3am and 7am and people get by the stages on canoes and boats.
Keeping our free music magazine / concert calendar “The Chop” alive by organizing concerts and karaoke nights.
Thanks to everybody for keeping it real and releasing so many great records /// BadBadNotGood, Demdike Stare, Exploded View, Brian Case, Heliocentrics, Raime, Boss Hog, Biosphere, Babyfather, Group A, Kid Congo, Tomaga, Grischa Lichtenberger, Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith, Caretaker, Mica Levi, Joke Lanz and to many others, apologies.
best of gigs /// Nots – Boschbar Zürich, Group A – UH fest Budapest, The Oscillation – The Lexington London, The Oblivians – Binic Folks Blues Festival, Holly Herndon – Resonate Festival Belgrade, The Coathangers – Moth Club London, Acid Mothers Temple – Tvornica Zagreb, Babyfather – Menza pK Ljubljana, Pierre Bastien – Studio M Novi Sad, Eric Copeland – Cafe Oto London, Raime – Saint Ghetto festival Bern, Beak> & Tomaga – Palace St.Gallen
special memories on /// Bad Bonn Song book launch at Rough Trade East + Imoto Kilbi Festival at Cafe Oto London.. the Jugoton exhibition in Belgrade.. Resonate Festival.. Pierre Bastien at Studio M in Novi Sad.. †Prince†.. Roedelius.. Roy & JSBX tour .. NMH at Boschbar.
Lover Cover: Biospheres Departed Glories (August 2016, Smalltown Supersound)
Marian Lenhard, Ur Deutsch
Albums I listened a lot :
Hyperculte – Hyperculte (2016)
Sourdure – La Virée (2015)
Pauwels – U.P. (2016)
Piotr Kurek – Edena (2012)
Konono n°1 – Konono n°1 meets Batida (2016)
Mammane Sani – Unreleased Tapes 1981-1984 (2015)
Le Cercle des Mallissimalistes – Bélibaste De Cocagne – Le Moire (2015)
Senyawa – Menjadi (2015)
Tanz Mein Herz – Territory (2015)
Selvhenter – Motions Of Large Bodies (2014)
Sourdure @ Festival Échos, Le Saix
Pierre Bastien @ Z-Bau Jubiläum, Nürnberg
The Greatest Show On Earth @ Kammerspiele, München
Baptiste Brunello @ October Tone Parties, Strasbourg
Opening week-end @ TAPE, Aarhus
Kenneth Frampton: L’Architecture moderne, une histoire critique
Rodčenko @ LAC, Lugano
Vitra Design Museum, Weil-am-Rhein
Starting exciting new projects: two concert series (Verlust und Verschwendung @ Z-Bau, Nürnberg and SOG – innovative Musik @ Bamberg) and Franz e.V. (co-working space and culture association @ Bamberg). Working more and more with Julie Tippex. DIY-renovation of an old parquet floor.
4 shows :
Christian Zanési & Guy Reibel, Festival Présences Electronique @ le 104, Paris
Tuxedomoon @ La Maroquinerie, Paris
The Oscillation @ La Maroquinerie, Paris
The Chap @ Le Badaboum, Paris (my first time finally!)
One exhibition : Run Run Run, Les 20 ans de La Station, with L’Espace d’En Bas @ La Villa Arson
One book : Les villes invisibles, Italo Calvino, 1972
One documentary : Don Pauvros De La Manche, Guy Girard @ BBmix
Last song of 2016 : Demnächst Mon Amour, Catalogue (Pénétration, 1982)
First song of 2017 : Meilleurs Voeux, Les Amazones de Guinée (Wamato, 2008)
Best highlight : Birth of my amazing little boy Vadim!
A song : The Rap – Millie Jackson (Caught Up, Ace Records 1974)
An album : Borrowed Floors – The Lithics (Water Wing, 2016)
A reissue : Jungle Nausea – Jungle Nausea (Water Wing, 2016)
A podcast : International Women’s Day Lady Hip Hop Mix, Dope Folk Records
A show : The Downtown Boys @ La Mécanique Ondulatoire, June 2016
A book : G.P.O. v G.P-O: A chronicle of Mail Art on Trial, Genesis Breyer P-Orridge (Primary Information, 2013)
A novel : Mémoires d’une jeune fille (Annie Ernaux, 2016)
A video-clip : Ja Sam Radosna – Boye (1983)
A zine : Soromance #1 : Groupies, (March 2016)
A video game : New Super Mario Bros. Wii, 2009
A movie : Kids Return, Takeshi Kitano, 1996
A documentary : Don Pauvros De La Manche, Guy Girard (Screened at BBmix)
Highlights : Working on Collection Morel’s exhibition Les machines célibataires with Marie-Pierre (Le lieu unique, Nantes, 2016), celebrating my 30th birthday with my friends last summer, Festival Visions at Plougouvelin with Rosa Vertov, being able to broadcast and speak about early awesome female post-punk band on national french radio France Culture, spending all the year digging more and more awesome old school hip hop female records, working on “Fifteen Su Tissue” a collaborative fan art fanzine about the leader of Suburban Lawns Su Tissue.
Things I’m looking forward to on 2017 : Travelling in Japan !
SPIRAL DELUXE is an Electronic Jazz Fusion one alongside established musicians with extensive background: the legendary keyboardist Gerald Mitchell (UR/ Los Hermanos), the Japanese rocker Yumiko Ohno (Buffalo Daughter/ Cornelius) handling Moog synthesizer and the Japanese bassist, new-yorker by adoption, Kenji “Jino” Hino who is none other than Terumasa Hino ‘s son, the worlwide famous Jazz trumpeter.
Spiral Deluxe was a special improvisational performance created by Jeff for the Exhibitionist 2 DVD project. With a limited amount of preparation and rehearsal time, the objective of the band was to create, shape and perform compositions in front of a live audience setting. Debuting in Tokyo, Sept 18 2015 at Terrada Warehouse during TodaysArt JP, a live recordings was captured in Kobe, Japan the following night on September 19th 2015 at Kobe Art Village Center.
With this first vinyl called “Kobe Session“, Jeff planed to launch the “Axis Audiophile Series”, a series of high- quality recordings: this will be some vinyls of 180g, delivering a sound encoded in 32-bit/48kHz.!
The band toured in October 2016:
18 Oct – Flow, Paris
19 Oct – La Belle Electrique, Grenoble
20 Oct – Teatro Politeama, Naples
21 Oct – Le Silo, Marseille
Audio extract here: https://vimeo.com/189224
Please send offers to pascal [a] julietippex.com
Seminal band from the French 1970s is back.
Heldon is a French electronic rock band created in 1974. The name of the band was taken from the 1972 novel The Iron Dream by Norman Spinrad. Like its predecessor Schizo, it is above all the group of guitarist Richard Pinhas who released a large number of albums under his own name. Among others heard on Heldon releases are synth player Patrick Gauthier and drummer François Auger. He has worked with numerous collaborators, including musicians of the band Magma as well as philosophers such as Gilles Deleuze (of whom he was a student) and writers such as Norman Spinrad and the essayist and novelist Maurice Dantec (the Schizotrope project). Influenced by the work of Robert Fripp and Brian Eno, the music of Richard Pinhas and Heldon is sui generis and innovative and has in its turn greatly influenced the field of electronic rock. The first releases under the name Schizo, and later Heldon, were self-produced and self-distributed.
Richard Pinhas will record a new HELDON album in 2017 and tour in 2018. Booking by pascal [a] julietippex.com