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MANOEUVERS, Muziek uit de kosmos

Jonas Reinhardt (US), Rene Hell (US), Elfenbeinturms Tropical Beach Party Band (DE), Stellar Om Source (FR/NL), Innercity (BE), Bear Bones, Lay Low (BE/VZ)
Sun. 05 December 2010
Netwerk / Centre for Contemporary Art, Aalst
doors: 16:00

MANEUVERS, music of the cosmos fills a dark December Sunday with a selection of neo-cosmologists. This new generation of musicians projects the legacy of the Kosmische Musik through an old lens and creates a new vision of synthesizer music. Hot music f

Jonas Reinhardt

The illustrious JONAS REINHARDT mixes motorik beats, analog sound synthesis and atmospheric pulses together in a space trip for the third eye. One could, with a good dose of imagination, call it “a spiritual dialogue between man and machine”. The untit

Rene Hell

Abstractionist RENE HELL: inspired by the Kosmische Musik of Harmonia, Can and Klaus Schulze, uses his analog synthesizers, samplers, tape decks to conjures up a boiling bath of bubbling ambient, resulting in the perfect soundtrack for Sci-fi from a fo

Stellar Om Source

STELLAR OM SOURCE is Christelle Gualdi. Keeper of the new Big Secrets, age of Aquarius musician and translater of deep space. Replaces Jonathan Fitoussi who had to cancel for personal reasons.

Innercity

INNERCITY is the Antwerp Hans Dens, a self-proclaimed anti-musician. With tape loops and broken synths, he makes lo-fi new age that brings hallucinogenic hope for the Apocalypse. This year he released his debut LP Future Life on the Belgian Aguirre Rec

Bear Bones, Lay Low

The Venezuelan Ernesto Gonzalez, a.k.a. BEAR BONES, LAY LOW, was once the young poulain of the Belgian DIY noise scene. His street wise lifestyle and the influence of bad friends (Sylvester Anfang II) led to last year’s highly praised LP Vallée de Dith

ElfenBeinturms Tropical Beach Party Band

ELFENBEINTURM is German for “Ivory Tower”, but also the pseudonym of Pascal Hector, a German astronaut whose glossy 1980’s Star Trek design and an unhealthy lifestyle links to naive analog synth pulses. Expect MacGyver on an analog synth and feel free