did you hear the mixtape #18 from Keven Lareau from the Migs? Not yet? So now is the moment to play it loud.
By the way find more Migs’ sound on the links below:
Make sure you check Anonymous Press - a great project by Karolis Kosas and generate your own zine by writing just simple a word or sentense on the website. It’s really fun, and if you do a masterpiece, you can order a physical copy for only 3$. Here is what we did: http://www.anonymous-press.com/index.php?id=publications&publication=201302262236bbw
Dudes! Its is again time for our podcast series.. Our number 16 is a very special person - a musician currently living in Milan but also working as a dj all over Europe; part of the Tomboys Don`t Cry collective - which we really love and that supported us a lot in the last year. If you happen in Milan, you can catch the crew every saturday at Mono Bar, which is one of the most crowded gay bars in the area.
His music is a mixture of different electronic styles like techno, synthwave and electro. So guess who?
Ladies and Gents, we are happy to present you our friend S/HE.
Cheers from Nebraska, to Nebraska.
The latest edition of Blood Becomes Water - Catastrophe was presented with an exhibition for just one night. There were displayed posters with works by artists included in the publication:
ANGELA DALINGER - ROSIE EISOR - JASPER ELINGS - CACHETE JACK - IRINA KARAKEHAYOVA - NICHOLAS LOCKYER - RAYA RAYAX - VLADIMIR STANKOVIC - DELTA LOVE
photo: Mihail Novakov / video: Ivo Stoyadinov
I met Noel for the very first time the day I found myself in front of a Sic Alps gig. That evening is still among the best times I had during my stay in Berlin. I remember we were all still up drinking at the venue they played, untill we were thrown out but then we moved with the band’s VAN to another place to continue drinking. Good memories!
So who exactly is Noel V. Harmonson?
You better listen to the mix!!!
We know it has been a long time since the concert we’ve seen but it still keeps us thinking of that night. After the Full Moon Saloon fest in Milan we’ve been part of and the gossips that only a week before on TY concert there was big fun with crazy pogo dancers and kicks in the head, we got on the plane back to Brussels with impatience.
The gig was Sold Out but fortunately we’ve had bought our tickets weeks in advance, and not only: as the BBW old tradition says: Martini and orange juice for a great night like the good old days.
So, we’ve got a lil tipsy, then took the tram and went to the concert place, without even being sure we can make it easily and safty back. When we arrived, the first group had already started to play but we missed it in beers at the bar. In fact, that was just when we noticed Ty staying close to the merchandise, talking with friends and fans. Suddenly after, we found ourselves in front of the stage listening to Tim Presley’s band White Fence. We like them since Rosie found their music in the early 2011 - when we started being interested into more psychedelic sounds.
During the break Rosie jumped to take some more drinks but unfortunately a jErk overturned the glasses over us, but probably better because we’ve been already drunk enough. Later, Ty Segall appeared on stage with his Crew: Mikal Cronin – which Rosie likes a lot (and with her drunkenness she disturbed him a little bit as she usually does) Charles Moothart - BTW hot news are that he and Ty formed a new band named Fuzz; and Emily Rose - a sexy chick drummer that makes us want to play on drums.
We love Brussels because always after the concerts, there come the after parties! Our friend Olivier Donnet (you can find his BBW’s profile here) as usual took care of us by keeping a place in somebody’s car in order to get straight to the center. Together we went to Cafe Centraal where the official party was, but instead, Ty & Co and White Fence were chilling at the DNA, where we ended up our party night.
So we’ll stop here. We can only say that Rosie do not remember how we got back home but for sure we had big fun out together.
Time for some music with great beatmaker and producer Richard Colvaen, part of Bretzel Zoo crew, that we strongly recommend. Check out some of his releases on soundcloud, and stay tuned for more info and an interview with him on our blog.