The INTERNATIONAL NOISE & DOOM TOUR features international noisers: TAMAGAWA (Saint Etienne, France), OLDINE (Paris, France) and B°TONG (Basel, Switzerland); on their fourth tour together in the United States…
They will be touring thru GA, FL, AL, LA, MS, TN, VA, SC, NC with the doom/noiser band RAT BABIES (Athens GA, USA). Below is the compete schedule of the tour, and more information and links for each other the band/projects on this tour.
FEB TOUR SCHEDULE
Sat 4 – Atlanta, GA @ XXXXXXXXXXXXX
Sun 5 – Macon, GA @ Fresh Produce Music Hall
Mon 6 – Valdosta, GA @ Red Door Records
Tue 7 – Panama City, FL @ A&M Theater
Wed 8 – Dothan, AL @ XXXXXXXXXXXXX
Thu 9 – New Orleans, LA @ The Mudlark Public Theatre
Fri 10 – Shreveport, LA @ Minicine
Sat 11 – Cleveland, MS @ XXXXXXXXXXXXX
Sun 12 – Birmingham, AL @ Desert Island Supply Co.
Mon 13 – Murfreesboro, TN @ XXXXXXXXXXXXX
Tue 14 – Seymour, TN @ XXXXXXXXXXXXX
Wed 15 – Roanoke, VA @ XXXXXXXXXXXXX
Thu 16 – Columbia, SC @ Tapp’s Arts Center
Fri 17 – Wilmington, NC @ XXXXXXXXXXXXX
***NOTE: Due to issues the DIY community has recently been having to deal with, like the surge of house shows getting shut down, we have decided to remove the names of some of the venues on our tour schedule. If you are in one of these areas you probably already know where to go, if not then ask a friend and figure it out… we’re bringing you an awesome show, so… we’ll see you there!!! PLEASE Support your DIY Non-commercial and Not For Profit Art Spaces EVERYWHERE!!!***
MORE INFORMATION & LINKS
Facebook Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1792681297656426
TAMAGAWA (from Saint Etienne, France)
A solo project influenced by krautrock, hyptonik blues and psychedelic musik… he used guitar and delay pedal. a lot of tours in europa, usa, canada…300 gigs this day!! fews lps, cds and tapes on european, brazilians labels (no echo, mayonnaise records, boom boom recorkz, basses féquences…)
B°TONG (from Basel, Switzerland)
Hostile soundscapes (Switzerland / Silken Tofu & Greytone) Chris Sigdell is an experimental electronic musician. He developed a soft spot for early industrial textures and pioneering ambient soundscapes while cutting his teeth in cult industrial band NID (1995-2005). He builds an interesting body of work that moves in various directions at the same time. From dealings with ambient and isolationism on one hand and experimental music, ranging from the soft microsound end to the more engaging noise end, in a clever combination of ideas… Since 2005 he has performed at more than 200 venues in Europe, Russia, Canada and the USA, and has appeared at various experimental and industrial festivals such as: Norberg Festivalen (S), Temple Of Silence (PL), PNEM (NL), Støy På Landet (N), Monsters Of Rot (IRL), Destroy All Artifacts (UK), Unser Industrie (DE), Ausklang (DE), Shift (CH), Lab30 (DE), Kildemose Festivalen (DK), Zeit Für Lärm (DE), Sinus Series (CH). B°tong has released over 10 albums on labels like Drone Records (DE), Zoharum (PL), Attenuation Circuit (DE), Noecho Records (UK) and Gears Of Sand (USA). Nowadays he is signed to Greytone (“Hostile Environments” CD) and Silken Tofu (“Prostration Before Infinity” LP).
OLDINE (from Paris, France)
Creates a psychedelic atmosphere, melancholic smoothness interfered by feedback, resonances and other digital distorsions… somewhere between John Fahey and spacemen 3.
RAT BABIES (from Athens GA, USA)
A doom / psychedelic / noise (heavy, slow, hard, noisy, think the Melvins meets Neurosis) two piece from Athens GA. Rat Babies has been touring the south-eastern US for over ten years.
Press: “The EP is named Mumbles, and the lead single is “Anchor.” The song is slow-churning, anxiously abrasive and easily among the most fully realized things Rat Babies has ever recorded. The band is self-described as “psychedelic-doom-noise,” and that’s pretty accurate, although I’d argue there’s a solid sense of melody in most of their stuff, even if it’s not laying right there on the surface.” [Gordon Lamb, Flagpole Magazine, www.flagpole.com/music/threats-promises/2016/06/08/four-eyes-new-album-is-a-wonderful-thing];
“massively heavy” [ Ben Braunstein, CL ATL, http://clatl.com/cribnotes/archives/2016/05/31/the-a-list-new-music-from-promise-keeper-rat-babies-gone-is-gone-and-more]