List of Upcoming Events.
Zad Kokar & Les Combi Beyas (FR/CAN) + Taimashoe (CH)
Zad Kokar & Les Combi Beyas Dada weird no-wave collides with hip-hop! For fans of chicken toys, bright colors and patterns, THE RESIDENTS, Mark Beyer, HALF JAPANESE, and DNA!
Taimashoe is codeine pop experimental noise
- in Back hall; 20h
DIE TO LIVE
Arvínd Ganga hendrix●shit
- in Back hall; 21h
LIVE ELECTRONIC MUSIC
3 artists. 3 musical live performances. 3 opportunities to be happy with your auditory functions.
Come skinny dip your ears in homebrewed pools of soundwaves.
Come quench your Friday-night-thirst with craft beers and fine ales.
Jerom Goldstein will serve a sonic tonic with hand-picked textures, fizzy bass bubbles, and a healthy dose of noisyness. A sampler, an analog synthesizer, digital effects, the occasional bits of poetry: eat your ears out
The Midnight Tantrum brings along an array of apparature to handcraft some highly loveable, loopy lo-fi. His mixture of beats, bits, hazyness, hits, murky melodies and pondersome pads is sure to tickle your listening organs.
Garçon Taupe will dig into your hearing canals, all the way through to your moving body. He shall spread funky scented aroma's of analog acid, thou shalt sniff it up. With his oldskool machines, he's sure to finish our part of your Friday night with an uplifting umtss and umtss
- in Back hall; 20.30h
Hélène Barbier & Kristian North (Montréal)
Hélène Barbier and Kristian North are on tour in Europe and stop at The Butcher's Tears. They come all the way from Canada, which is very far, but still we all know there is a lot of good bad-ass music coming from there.
Kristian North For Friends of long hair, Alex Cameron and slight touches of David Nance, Kristian North was made. When he is not making beautiful ceramic singleton bongs and pipes, he's releasing music with a "hi-fi, poppy, singer-songwriter approach, closer in proximity to '80s releases from Iggy Pop or Lou Reed than the bands they had previously fronted
Hélène Barbier used to play in the (late) post-punk / pop lo-fi bands Moss Lime and Phern before going solo, with the desire to make something under her own name, (almost) alone, surrounded by a small bunch of cherished contributors and friends. Her first album Have You Met Elliott? will be released on July 12, 2019 in Canada via Michel Records as well as under Emotional Response in the United States and Caballito Records in Europe.
- in Back hall; 21h
1971, Directed by Henry Jaglom
This free-floating 70s flick is about a young woman (Tuesday Weld) who is struggling to break on through to the other side. It's partly about a dead-end reality vs. magic. A dreamy, emotional, experimental, intuitive movie with Jack Nicholson and Orson Welles.
- in Backhall; 20.30h