Neustrasse 86
4700 Eupen

Start: 20.00
At the door: 7€




On November 1, Foyer is proud to welcome Lord Tang, Floris Vanhoof and Tim Berresheim, once again in the Junglingshaus in Eupen. Lord Tang cherishes the proverbial ghost in the machine. Under the tutelage of Gordon Mumma and Peter Elsea at the University of California, he developed an interest in hazy, ambient like stretches of sound, dubs and abstracted hiphop influence. His quirky release history has seen him tackle whimsical, surreal sample-based noise music, free improvisation and his current take on dub and electronics laying bare and deconstructing traditional song structures and beats. Together with Jared Blum he runs the Gigante Sound label and he has collaborated with Faith No More founder and bass player Bill Gould as The Talking Book, successfully touring South America. He adopted his Lord Tang moniker in 2012 and has started a partnership with the German label Alarm to release a 3 EP series.

Floris Vanhoof is one of Belgium’s most original producers and performers. Ever since his official debut album on Ultra Eczema in 2010, he has earned himself a reputation as a consummate performer, informed by experimental electronic music from past and present. His live shows mix his intense musical vision with a loopy, trancey visual accompaniment which is also manipulated live. He has released another solo album on (K-RAA-K)³ and an acclaimed collaboration with Keith Fullerton Whitman on Sheltered Press. He has also collaborated with Dolphins Into the Future.Vanhoof’s live performances are an experience that touch upon many senses on many different levels and conjure up an intense feeling of undeniable beauty and inspiration.

Tim Berresheim will play records before, between and after. Although mostly known as a visual artist, he also runs the New Amerika label and produces music together with fellow artist Jonathan Meese. At the moment he has an exhibition in the Kunstverein für die Rheinlande und Westfalen in Düsseldorf called “Auge und Welt” which offers the most comprehensive look at his visual work so far.


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