During the summer of 2022, radio Klara came to my workshop at KASK to have a chat about making strings as a musician, working with sound at the core, when it’s still tangible. Listen to the reportage here (sorry again Dutch… )
Seppe Gebruers, Nils Vermeulen & Paul Lytton
Playing with Standards Trio, last year on Summer Bummer Festival (Antwerp)
Quarter tone piano trio
JUKWAA latest endeavor ‘ADAPT’ -> to be released this fall !
.18.03.2022 Releasing’Pair, Paire’ a duo recording of Elisabeth Klinck and myself. Violin and double bass merging sounds. Out on Blickwinkel (limited edition on cassette)
check out the music here:
While knowing each other for a longer period, on Pair, Paire we hear the duo coming together for the very first time. On a Friday somewhere in last years’ October, Klinck & Vermeulen entered the stage without any prior rehearsals or arrangements. Improvisation in its purest form, you could say. Using their primary instruments, respectively violin and double bass, they slowly weaved together their sonic language until it comes at a point where it is almost impossible to disentangle their individuality.
Elisabeth Klinck: Violin
Nils Vermeulen: Bass
Recorded by Koen Vandenhoudt at Oorstof / De Studio, Antwerp October 15th 2021 Live sound by Zeno De Bruyn Mixed and Mastered by Christophe Albertijn, Brussels 2021 Live concert produced by Sound in Motion / Oorstof – soundinmotion.be Cover: detail from ‘La Moissonneuse à la faucille, Jean-Baptiste Corot, 1838’ Sleeve design by Jelle Martens
.18.11.2021 Releasing my very first album where I don’t play one single note of bass
Check out my avant folk country banjo loving solo project called ‘Smolikas’
Released on bwaa as a split LP w/ on the other side Thijs Troch his solo music.