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EMS 2011: Jeoren Visser & Lukas Simonis (ZH / Amsterdam)

http://www.121234.net
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lukassimonis ein Projekt mit Soundcylinders. Das Projekt könnte premieren bei Lora. Ganz global ist ein eine Idee einen neuen Adaptation zu machen von den Klangzylindern von Edison. Und damit einen Live Performance zu machen. Playing in Ultra-band Flank (‘80-‘83), keyboard player Jeroen Visser was mostly influenced by the roaring 80-ies scene in Amsterdam. This resulted in a long time collaboration with dutch the Ex (going on to the day), for which he did mainly sound work. At the same time he kept an interest in electronic music and soundscapes, and after his studies of Sonology at the Utrecht University, he was working at the Electronic Music Studio of the Sweelinck Conservatory as music technologist. In 1993 he made the move from AMS->ZRH, and recorded and played with musicians like Amy Denio, Eugene Chadbourne, Mich Gerber, Fredi Flükiger (with whom he made a cd called Serendip-O-Matic), Julien Baillod, Bill Gilonis, Luigi Archetti, Jason Kahn & Christian Weber (with whom he newly formed the trio Tetras), Endris Hassen, Getachew Mekuria, Mesele Asmamaw & Fabien Duscombs (with whom he formed the Trio Kazanchis) and many others. Since 1999 he took on playing the Baritone Saxophone. After the Millennium he opened a sound- studio in Zürich called F.ishing B.akery L.abs, with this creating his own workshop and specializing on mobile multitrack recordings. Customers include the Alliance Ethio-Française, the Goethe Institute, DRS2, the Taktlos Festival, the Ex, Buda Musique, and the Imperial Tiger Orchestra to name a few. In 2004 a project with Julien Baillod was started under the name of ./morFrom/. to investigate the gray area between sound and music, using soundscapes and instrumental improvisation. To the day two CD’s (here&there-2005, around the corner-2008) have been made documenting the process so far. Since his introduction in 2006 to Ethiopian music by the Ex he can be found regularly in Ethiopia. In January 2011 he was touring there with his Trio Kazanchis (formed in 2009), and in March 2011 he made a double sound exhibition called ‘12&12’ in Addis Ababa, documenting a day in the life of an African Metropole in sound. Lukas Simonis has his roots as an instrumentalist and musical 'activist' in the industrial music and noise rock of the Eighties ( Throbbing Gristle, the Residents, Pere Ubu, Sonic Youth and beyond).Being a part of the Rotterdam jazzbunker scene (a collective that consisted of heavy drug induced punk rockers, freejazzers, early electronic musicians and pre-postrock combo's) he discovered the delimited world of improvisation. In the meantime he played in bands like Dull Schicksal, Trespassers W, Morzelpronk, AA Kismet, Liana Flu Winks, VRIL and Coolhaven. At the same time he was organizing concerts, events and films, first at the Jazzbunker in Rotterdam later on the Dissonanten festival, the Dissidenten festival, Popifilm, Dodorama and finally WORM, a multimedia centre for experimentel art. Nowadays he collaborates with lots of people from different backgrounds. For instance; Apricot My Lady (with Ann La Berge and theBohman Brothers), Vril (with Bob Drake and Chris Cutler), Goh Lee Kwang (Kuala Lumpur), Jim Whelton (London). Pierre Bastien(Paris/Rotterdam), Dave Brown (Melbourne, Australia), The static Tics (with Henk Bakker and Steve Beresford), Eugene Chadbourne (usa), and lots of other people. He still involved with WORM, mostly working in the elctronic studio and making radiophonic pieces. It’s only since appr. 3 or 4 years that Simonis started to play solo-concerts, after (and before) the release of his first solo album, STOTS, which got a good reception.

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EMS 2011: Jeoren Visser & Lukas Simonis (ZH / Amsterdam)

http://www.121234.net
www.myspace.com/
lukassimonis ein Projekt mit Soundcylinders. Das Projekt könnte premieren bei Lora. Ganz global ist ein eine Idee einen neuen Adaptation zu machen von den Klangzylindern von Edison. Und damit einen Live Performance zu machen. Playing in Ultra-band Flank (‘80-‘83), keyboard player Jeroen Visser was mostly influenced by the roaring 80-ies scene in Amsterdam. This resulted in a long time collaboration with dutch the Ex (going on to the day), for which he did mainly sound work. At the same time he kept an interest in electronic music and soundscapes, and after his studies of Sonology at the Utrecht University, he was working at the Electronic Music Studio of the Sweelinck Conservatory as music technologist. In 1993 he made the move from AMS->ZRH, and recorded and played with musicians like Amy Denio, Eugene Chadbourne, Mich Gerber, Fredi Flükiger (with whom he made a cd called Serendip-O-Matic), Julien Baillod, Bill Gilonis, Luigi Archetti, Jason Kahn & Christian Weber (with whom he newly formed the trio Tetras), Endris Hassen, Getachew Mekuria, Mesele Asmamaw & Fabien Duscombs (with whom he formed the Trio Kazanchis) and many others. Since 1999 he took on playing the Baritone Saxophone. After the Millennium he opened a sound- studio in Zürich called F.ishing B.akery L.abs, with this creating his own workshop and specializing on mobile multitrack recordings. Customers include the Alliance Ethio-Française, the Goethe Institute, DRS2, the Taktlos Festival, the Ex, Buda Musique, and the Imperial Tiger Orchestra to name a few. In 2004 a project with Julien Baillod was started under the name of ./morFrom/. to investigate the gray area between sound and music, using soundscapes and instrumental improvisation. To the day two CD’s (here&there-2005, around the corner-2008) have been made documenting the process so far. Since his introduction in 2006 to Ethiopian music by the Ex he can be found regularly in Ethiopia. In January 2011 he was touring there with his Trio Kazanchis (formed in 2009), and in March 2011 he made a double sound exhibition called ‘12&12’ in Addis Ababa, documenting a day in the life of an African Metropole in sound. Lukas Simonis has his roots as an instrumentalist and musical 'activist' in the industrial music and noise rock of the Eighties ( Throbbing Gristle, the Residents, Pere Ubu, Sonic Youth and beyond).Being a part of the Rotterdam jazzbunker scene (a collective that consisted of heavy drug induced punk rockers, freejazzers, early electronic musicians and pre-postrock combo's) he discovered the delimited world of improvisation. In the meantime he played in bands like Dull Schicksal, Trespassers W, Morzelpronk, AA Kismet, Liana Flu Winks, VRIL and Coolhaven. At the same time he was organizing concerts, events and films, first at the Jazzbunker in Rotterdam later on the Dissonanten festival, the Dissidenten festival, Popifilm, Dodorama and finally WORM, a multimedia centre for experimentel art. Nowadays he collaborates with lots of people from different backgrounds. For instance; Apricot My Lady (with Ann La Berge and theBohman Brothers), Vril (with Bob Drake and Chris Cutler), Goh Lee Kwang (Kuala Lumpur), Jim Whelton (London). Pierre Bastien(Paris/Rotterdam), Dave Brown (Melbourne, Australia), The static Tics (with Henk Bakker and Steve Beresford), Eugene Chadbourne (usa), and lots of other people. He still involved with WORM, mostly working in the elctronic studio and making radiophonic pieces. It’s only since appr. 3 or 4 years that Simonis started to play solo-concerts, after (and before) the release of his first solo album, STOTS, which got a good reception.

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