No [more] Pussyfooting
No [more] Pussyfooting brings back to live the classic experimental studio-albums “No Pussyfooting” and “Evening Star” by Brian Eno and Robert Fripp. In these pre-ambient albums from the early '70s Brian Eno blends his tape-loop experiments with Robert Fripp's rock guitar, creating unique layered soundscapes.
Two specific pieces from both albums will be presented: "The Heavenly Music Corporation" (A-side of "No Pussyfooting") and "An Index of Metals" (B-side of "Evening Star"). Both pieces, each taking up an entire side of an LP, beautifully explore the rich sound textures of the electric guitar in combination with tape-loops.
Using contemporary technology in combination with the original “frippertronics” set-up of two reel-to-reel tape-recorders, this project aims at restoring these gems of experimental repertoire, originally created in the studio, and bringing them back to the stage.
Kobe Van Cauwenberghe: guitar, tape-recorders and arrangement
With a background projection of the experimental film "Berlin Horse" by Malcolm Legrice
Here's a link to an article I wrote for the Meakusma Festival Newspaper (English and German):
11/03/2017 try-out at Qo2, Brussels (BE)
25/03/2017 MaerzMusik - The Long Now, Kraftwerk, Berlin (DE)
01/04/2017 Rewire Festival, The Hague (NL)
13/05/2017 Ear To The Ground, deBijloke, Gent (BE)
09/09/2017 Meakusma Festival, Eupen
28/09/2017 Support act to Ictus-ensemble playing "An Index of Metals" by F. Romitelli, Bozar Electronic Arts Festival, Brussels (BE)
20/10/2017 Articulate - Art research days, Royal Conservatory, Antwerp (BE)
20/11/2017 Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival, Huddersfield (UK)
02/12/2017 Muziekcentrum Track, Kortrijk (BE)
For bookings just write me a message here.
With the support of ChampdAction, the Flemish Government and AP Hogeschool Antwerpen
Banner image: Willie Chistie (original cover design for No Pussyfooting)