06 06 2016
[ICAL]

SUNN O)))

Ready Room, St. Louis, USA


http://ticketf.ly/1VkOSJh

photo: Estelle Hanania

07 06 2016
[ICAL]

SUNN O)))

Thalia Hall, Chicago, USA


 

http://tktwb.tw/1PStiLQ

photo: Estelle Hanania

08 06 2016
[ICAL]

SUNN O)))

Grog Shop, Cleveland, USA


http://ticketf.ly/1RxDZEM

photo: Estelle Hanania

09 06 2016
[ICAL]

SUNN O)))

El Club, Detroit, USA


http://ticketf.ly/1QjavLP

photo: Estelle Hanania

10 06 2016
[ICAL]

SUNN O)))

Unsound Toronto @ The Hearn Generating Station, Toronto, Canada

11 06 2016
[ICAL]

SUNN O)))

Suoni Per Il Popolo festival @ Fairmount Theatre, Montreal, Canada

14 06 2016
[ICAL]

SUNN O)))

Paradiso, Amsterdam, Netherlands

15 06 2016
[ICAL]

SUNN O)))

Vooruit, Ghent, Belgium

17 06 2016
[ICAL]

SUNN O)))

Hellfest / Valley stage, Clisson, France

02 07 2016
[ICAL]

Stephen O'Malley (solo)

Festival Échos 2016, Le SAIX, France



Échos 2016

From July 2 evening to July 3 evening, Faï horns playing continuously. Faï horns playing continuously. One night and one day : Échos festival invites you to a 24h-long concert. You’ll be caught on saturday 5 p.m. You’ll be set free on monday morning. YOUR ATTENTIONTo access the festival location, depart from Le Saix village by foot. To reach the village, the nearest train station is VeyneGates open Saturday 2nd july 5pm. Gigs start 9pm. Échos means : You don't listen to live shows. You don't attend concerts. But the echoes of these. Three giants horns as speakers facing a cliff spreading the sound across the valley. Through the peculiar topography and the settings of the horns the perception of the echoes is ever-changing. For this event the artists are granted a week-long residency in order to imagine improvisations that are specific to the place : the tone of the horns as the echo ask for something unique spacewise, soundwise, storywise. History. 1994 : based on designs by Michel Stievenart, a fellowship of acousticians set the medium & treble horns (wooden, red) on a mobile platform, thus allowing to change their orientation.1997 : a truly gigantic horn (steel, concrete) designed for low frequency and created by Jacques Châtaignier is installed with the help of the association “Village des Jeunes”. Tech : Mid & High horns : orientation through hydrolic device / Dim. mid horn : length. 4m, opening 2,4m x 2,4m, 4 speakers / Dim. High horn : length. 4m, opening 1,2m x 1,2m, 4 speakers / Amplification : 2 linear 2-channel amps, 2 power amp 2 x 1250 W / Frequency range : mid horn 180-800 Hz, high horn 800-15000 Hz (a bit less as a matter of fact) // Dim. Low horn : Ø 7,5m, length. 12m, weight 12 tons, 12 38cms-speakers / Amplification : from 1 to 4 amplifiers, max. power 9600 W / frequency range : 16-180 Hz. Échos takes place at the Ferme du Faï, which is also home for the association Villages des Jeunes. It is an alternative and dynamic hosting place, ponctuated with workshops at the initiative of young volunteers and people currently in rehabilitation, and aiming at renovating the local patrimony. All year long, there are several cultural events happening at the Faï ; we are very grateful to be hosted in this unique place for a whole week of residency and the two days festival ! It’s a completely open site, at over 1000 meters of altitude : it offers large listening opportunities that you’re invited to test freely. Gates open Saturday 2nd july 5pm. Gigs start 9pm. Gigs ends Sunday 3rd july at night. Gates close Monday 4th july 12am. The horns are continually roaring. Between every concert, a mantra, semi-repetitive patterns feinting a punctual recurrence of the same instant. STEPHEN O’MALLEY is widely considered as the father of drone doom, a subgenre of doom metal. He created or had a role in many drone doom or experimental music bands. He plays in Sun O))), Ginnungagap, KTL, Lotus Eaters, Khanate, Burning Witch..His huge sonic structures, full of distortions and interferences, are made with a taste for dreadfull and restless ambiances. THOMAS TILLY uses mainly microphone and loudspeaker as instruments. His work is focused on the study — musical or scientific — of sonic environment. The act of listening prevails over all forms and kinds of representation, the research on the sound over the aesthetics; the displaying of the sonic wave is the key. The commitment on the physical field is a crucial part of this process which involves different stages : listening, observation, and then recording; from this perspective, the relationship to space, architecture, urbanism becomes essential, and it often goes beyond the mere recording of sounds. SOURDURE = Ernest Bergez = one half of Kaumwald. Ernest Bergez plays a kind of electronic live music combinig the manners of musique concrète with the techniques of jamaican dub and the onslaughts of noise music. The raw electronic tones play alongside sound from the everyday, songs unborn or music not composed, as to link music to daily life. The recorded sounds act as a distorting mirror, a gate to the complexity of human emotions. PÔM BOUVIER B - Les Mondes : Accumulation - cycles - stretching process - matter displayed in sonic layers - improvisation upon loupspeakers vibrations - feedback - motion - errand. Matching the sonic material with the place. Working with the spreading of sound into the open space. Working with the mark the gesture leaves in the landscape. PIOTR KUREK comes from Warsaw. The music he plays is synthetic, mysterious, populated by catchy melodies, eerie, often harmonic, rhythmic — and loud. DUO MAUREL DESAILLY - Uilleann pipes, motorized hurdy-gurdy, bodhran... These instruments produce unusual and peculiar-sounding drones which complete and merge. This duet also plays with microtonality; the different pitches slightly vary over time thus creating new dynamics. From harmonic frictions rise rhythm, loops are created, in the fashion of american minimalism. And so, rhythm and melody live and die in the drone. Resonant Valley by Joaquim Brissaud: Ambiance, recorded sounds, acoustic feedback system, temporal loops. JEAN BENDER experiments with DIY and misused instruments. His work is directed toward noise, space and its dynamics. Music is approached through repetitions, sonic layers and the work on frequencies thus creating soundscapes that are raw albeit full of details. Self-taught, he discovered experimental music in 2009, being part of the HAK lofi RECORD collective. He also worked on a device based around the abuse of CMOS chips as well as incertainty, which is a constant thematic inside his work. Frédéric Bernier aka HOMNIMAL works within the field of vocal techniques, from bel canto to growling, gathering them inside installations, rites or scenic mash-ups. Live, his music is a trip inside a soundscape where intimacy & fragility go hand to hand with raw, dirty materials. GOLEM MÉCANIQUE will work around Dante (Chant IV), will make use of the landscape, the cliff, the horns, the acoustic setting to recreate the trip of Virgil and Dante. Mixing recorded voices on tapes, electro-accoustic devices, and the live use of his voice, this work constantly evolves depending on where it’s performed. The morphing of voice and sound is at the core of the Golem Mécanique project; what is given to hear comes from his personnal synthesis of various myths, recordings, natural sounds, feedback, fragmented voice, electroacoustic devices or string instruments. Recently this project focuses on a more minimalist setting as to prompt the playing to be precise, the voice essential, the sound a celebration of mystical beliefs. BEAR BONES, LAY LOW - Hailing from Venezuela and based in Belgium since 2003, Bear Bones, Lay Low is the moniker Ernesto González uses to explore shifting psychedelic moods in electronic sound. Active since a teenager in the Belgian noise underground, González’s music has evolved from spontaneous bedroom noise/drone jams to colorful synthesizer tunes where library-esque vibes meet entrancing rhythms, dubby use of effects and plenty of freak outs. He has also been part of psychedelic jam band Silvester Anfang / Sylvester Anfang II since 2006 and is involved in numerous projects including Tav Exotic, a beat driven electronic duo with fellow synth tripper Weird Dust. Having released music in various formats and labels such as Sloow Tapes, Troglosound, Full Of Nothing and KRAAK, Bear Bones, Lay Low takes you on an energetic trip through the most warped zones of the cartoon world hidden in your mind! DUO DE ASIS VAZQUEZ - Words on prepared guitar, sound poetry. Clara de Asìs is an electroacoustic composer and experimental guitar player. Through improvisation on prepared guitar she sets up listening and sonic-generating processes, allowing her to develop experimentations around gesture, material, variations, unperdictabilty. Laura Vazquez, a poet from Marseille, writes, gives performance-readings, and runs the journal “Muscle”. From July 2 evening to July 3 evening, Faï horns playing continuously. Faï horns playing continuously. One night and one day : Échos festival invites you to a 24h-long concert. You’ll be caught on saturday 5 p.m. You’ll be set free on monday morning. YOUR ATTENTION PLEASE THIS YEAR PRE-SALE IS REQUIRED TO ACCESS THE FESTIVAL OMG.To access the festival location, depart from Le Saix village by foot. To reach the village, the nearest train station is Veynes, 10Km away. Either walk or hitchhik to Le Saix. If you come by car, please consider carpooling. When approaching le Saix there is a parking. Well, park here. If you came from the south (Serres, Chabestan) the parking would be on your right, 400m before the village facing a lovely orchard ; if you came from Veynes, turn right just before entering the village - stick to the D49 road – and then again turn slightly on your right. After 300m the Parking you long for would be on your left, still facing the orchard. Once you're parked from now on you have to go by foot. Yes, that's right, you must walk, no cars are allowed further down the road. A small bus will take care of your belongings and will carry them to Le Faï, at regular intervals. No passengers allowed in this bus, sorry. You just walk, we tell you. So, you just go straight ahead. You pass the “LE SAIX” signboard, and then the “Ville fleurie” signboard and lo ! you've reach Le Saix village, which you will now cross (notice the road narrow from there), passing by a church on your right hand, and you still moving forward and now the road slightly goes down and then you will see a small bridge and the road goes up again and now you should not be worried for the way is marked you will be safe and shall not be lost. And then after walking still in the same direction, still straight ahead you'll see the road turning gently (sometimes not so gently) as it enters the valley, and as you move down the road you will witness another signboard which reads : “Attention Route Non Revêtue” which means Beware! Bare Road. You will not beware that much and proceed on your way to the festival. Now cross the bridge (after the bridge should stand a green mailbox on your right) and after that the road is not a road anymore but shape itself into a sentry as it goes deeper into the canyon – proceed and now you're surrounded by the cliffs and a small stream, its bubbling water should accompany you a bit on your left and now the road is steeper, after that there is two verry narrow turns on the road, and after these the road is steeper still. Maybe you are tired, maybe your legs hurt, probably you're sweating hard, but hey. Anyway after that you will see a turn on the road toward your left hand, well go there. The way is marked and everything will be fine. And now the slope is softening, the way rocky, and maybe you'll be intruduced with stranges animals made of wood but just keep on walking or half-crawling should you be bold enough to try the shortcuts that you may see, another sharp turn, and then 5 minutes more of walking. And then... Here you are. Well done, you should see us, waiting for you. SLEEPING ? FOR REAL ? The valley is a huge and wild environment where you can freely set your camp (make sure to bring tents, sleeping bags and warm outfits). This freedom requires some kind of independence, we cannot guarantee access to showers for instance. However the river is just downhill, available for a welcoming fresh up with “green” soap. Ferme du Faï offers accommodation within the limits of available places. Booking only by phone at +33 492580707. FOOD and DRINKS ? Feel free to bring your own rations. Apart from that, you will find food at eating hours and if you’re thirsty the bar will serve beer, wine and soft throughout the festival.

// PROG 2016 //

 

Après pas mal de suspense de notre côté comme du vôtre, voici la prog de cette année !! 24 heures de concert, les trompes joueront en continu du samedi soir au dimanche soir.

 

Attention attention c'est du sérieux !

 

Duo de Asís - Vazquez
Bear Bones, Lay Low
Golem Mécanique
Homnimal
Jean Bender
Joaquim Brissaud
Duo Maurel - Desailly
Piotr Kurek
Pôm Bouvier B
Sourdure
Stephen O'Malley
Thomas Tilly

Tous les détails plus ou moins clairs là : 

http://festivalechos.fr/

 

03 07 2016
[ICAL]

Stephen O'Malley (solo)

Festival Échos 2016, Le SAIX, France



Échos 2016

From July 2 evening to July 3 evening, Faï horns playing continuously. Faï horns playing continuously. One night and one day : Échos festival invites you to a 24h-long concert. You’ll be caught on saturday 5 p.m. You’ll be set free on monday morning. YOUR ATTENTIONTo access the festival location, depart from Le Saix village by foot. To reach the village, the nearest train station is VeyneGates open Saturday 2nd july 5pm. Gigs start 9pm. Échos means : You don't listen to live shows. You don't attend concerts. But the echoes of these. Three giants horns as speakers facing a cliff spreading the sound across the valley. Through the peculiar topography and the settings of the horns the perception of the echoes is ever-changing. For this event the artists are granted a week-long residency in order to imagine improvisations that are specific to the place : the tone of the horns as the echo ask for something unique spacewise, soundwise, storywise. History. 1994 : based on designs by Michel Stievenart, a fellowship of acousticians set the medium & treble horns (wooden, red) on a mobile platform, thus allowing to change their orientation.1997 : a truly gigantic horn (steel, concrete) designed for low frequency and created by Jacques Châtaignier is installed with the help of the association “Village des Jeunes”. Tech : Mid & High horns : orientation through hydrolic device / Dim. mid horn : length. 4m, opening 2,4m x 2,4m, 4 speakers / Dim. High horn : length. 4m, opening 1,2m x 1,2m, 4 speakers / Amplification : 2 linear 2-channel amps, 2 power amp 2 x 1250 W / Frequency range : mid horn 180-800 Hz, high horn 800-15000 Hz (a bit less as a matter of fact) // Dim. Low horn : Ø 7,5m, length. 12m, weight 12 tons, 12 38cms-speakers / Amplification : from 1 to 4 amplifiers, max. power 9600 W / frequency range : 16-180 Hz. Échos takes place at the Ferme du Faï, which is also home for the association Villages des Jeunes. It is an alternative and dynamic hosting place, ponctuated with workshops at the initiative of young volunteers and people currently in rehabilitation, and aiming at renovating the local patrimony. All year long, there are several cultural events happening at the Faï ; we are very grateful to be hosted in this unique place for a whole week of residency and the two days festival ! It’s a completely open site, at over 1000 meters of altitude : it offers large listening opportunities that you’re invited to test freely. Gates open Saturday 2nd july 5pm. Gigs start 9pm. Gigs ends Sunday 3rd july at night. Gates close Monday 4th july 12am. The horns are continually roaring. Between every concert, a mantra, semi-repetitive patterns feinting a punctual recurrence of the same instant. STEPHEN O’MALLEY is widely considered as the father of drone doom, a subgenre of doom metal. He created or had a role in many drone doom or experimental music bands. He plays in Sun O))), Ginnungagap, KTL, Lotus Eaters, Khanate, Burning Witch..His huge sonic structures, full of distortions and interferences, are made with a taste for dreadfull and restless ambiances. THOMAS TILLY uses mainly microphone and loudspeaker as instruments. His work is focused on the study — musical or scientific — of sonic environment. The act of listening prevails over all forms and kinds of representation, the research on the sound over the aesthetics; the displaying of the sonic wave is the key. The commitment on the physical field is a crucial part of this process which involves different stages : listening, observation, and then recording; from this perspective, the relationship to space, architecture, urbanism becomes essential, and it often goes beyond the mere recording of sounds. SOURDURE = Ernest Bergez = one half of Kaumwald. Ernest Bergez plays a kind of electronic live music combinig the manners of musique concrète with the techniques of jamaican dub and the onslaughts of noise music. The raw electronic tones play alongside sound from the everyday, songs unborn or music not composed, as to link music to daily life. The recorded sounds act as a distorting mirror, a gate to the complexity of human emotions. PÔM BOUVIER B - Les Mondes : Accumulation - cycles - stretching process - matter displayed in sonic layers - improvisation upon loupspeakers vibrations - feedback - motion - errand. Matching the sonic material with the place. Working with the spreading of sound into the open space. Working with the mark the gesture leaves in the landscape. PIOTR KUREK comes from Warsaw. The music he plays is synthetic, mysterious, populated by catchy melodies, eerie, often harmonic, rhythmic — and loud. DUO MAUREL DESAILLY - Uilleann pipes, motorized hurdy-gurdy, bodhran... These instruments produce unusual and peculiar-sounding drones which complete and merge. This duet also plays with microtonality; the different pitches slightly vary over time thus creating new dynamics. From harmonic frictions rise rhythm, loops are created, in the fashion of american minimalism. And so, rhythm and melody live and die in the drone. Resonant Valley by Joaquim Brissaud: Ambiance, recorded sounds, acoustic feedback system, temporal loops. JEAN BENDER experiments with DIY and misused instruments. His work is directed toward noise, space and its dynamics. Music is approached through repetitions, sonic layers and the work on frequencies thus creating soundscapes that are raw albeit full of details. Self-taught, he discovered experimental music in 2009, being part of the HAK lofi RECORD collective. He also worked on a device based around the abuse of CMOS chips as well as incertainty, which is a constant thematic inside his work. Frédéric Bernier aka HOMNIMAL works within the field of vocal techniques, from bel canto to growling, gathering them inside installations, rites or scenic mash-ups. Live, his music is a trip inside a soundscape where intimacy & fragility go hand to hand with raw, dirty materials. GOLEM MÉCANIQUE will work around Dante (Chant IV), will make use of the landscape, the cliff, the horns, the acoustic setting to recreate the trip of Virgil and Dante. Mixing recorded voices on tapes, electro-accoustic devices, and the live use of his voice, this work constantly evolves depending on where it’s performed. The morphing of voice and sound is at the core of the Golem Mécanique project; what is given to hear comes from his personnal synthesis of various myths, recordings, natural sounds, feedback, fragmented voice, electroacoustic devices or string instruments. Recently this project focuses on a more minimalist setting as to prompt the playing to be precise, the voice essential, the sound a celebration of mystical beliefs. BEAR BONES, LAY LOW - Hailing from Venezuela and based in Belgium since 2003, Bear Bones, Lay Low is the moniker Ernesto González uses to explore shifting psychedelic moods in electronic sound. Active since a teenager in the Belgian noise underground, González’s music has evolved from spontaneous bedroom noise/drone jams to colorful synthesizer tunes where library-esque vibes meet entrancing rhythms, dubby use of effects and plenty of freak outs. He has also been part of psychedelic jam band Silvester Anfang / Sylvester Anfang II since 2006 and is involved in numerous projects including Tav Exotic, a beat driven electronic duo with fellow synth tripper Weird Dust. Having released music in various formats and labels such as Sloow Tapes, Troglosound, Full Of Nothing and KRAAK, Bear Bones, Lay Low takes you on an energetic trip through the most warped zones of the cartoon world hidden in your mind! DUO DE ASIS VAZQUEZ - Words on prepared guitar, sound poetry. Clara de Asìs is an electroacoustic composer and experimental guitar player. Through improvisation on prepared guitar she sets up listening and sonic-generating processes, allowing her to develop experimentations around gesture, material, variations, unperdictabilty. Laura Vazquez, a poet from Marseille, writes, gives performance-readings, and runs the journal “Muscle”. From July 2 evening to July 3 evening, Faï horns playing continuously. Faï horns playing continuously. One night and one day : Échos festival invites you to a 24h-long concert. You’ll be caught on saturday 5 p.m. You’ll be set free on monday morning. YOUR ATTENTION PLEASE THIS YEAR PRE-SALE IS REQUIRED TO ACCESS THE FESTIVAL OMG.To access the festival location, depart from Le Saix village by foot. To reach the village, the nearest train station is Veynes, 10Km away. Either walk or hitchhik to Le Saix. If you come by car, please consider carpooling. When approaching le Saix there is a parking. Well, park here. If you came from the south (Serres, Chabestan) the parking would be on your right, 400m before the village facing a lovely orchard ; if you came from Veynes, turn right just before entering the village - stick to the D49 road – and then again turn slightly on your right. After 300m the Parking you long for would be on your left, still facing the orchard. Once you're parked from now on you have to go by foot. Yes, that's right, you must walk, no cars are allowed further down the road. A small bus will take care of your belongings and will carry them to Le Faï, at regular intervals. No passengers allowed in this bus, sorry. You just walk, we tell you. So, you just go straight ahead. You pass the “LE SAIX” signboard, and then the “Ville fleurie” signboard and lo ! you've reach Le Saix village, which you will now cross (notice the road narrow from there), passing by a church on your right hand, and you still moving forward and now the road slightly goes down and then you will see a small bridge and the road goes up again and now you should not be worried for the way is marked you will be safe and shall not be lost. And then after walking still in the same direction, still straight ahead you'll see the road turning gently (sometimes not so gently) as it enters the valley, and as you move down the road you will witness another signboard which reads : “Attention Route Non Revêtue” which means Beware! Bare Road. You will not beware that much and proceed on your way to the festival. Now cross the bridge (after the bridge should stand a green mailbox on your right) and after that the road is not a road anymore but shape itself into a sentry as it goes deeper into the canyon – proceed and now you're surrounded by the cliffs and a small stream, its bubbling water should accompany you a bit on your left and now the road is steeper, after that there is two verry narrow turns on the road, and after these the road is steeper still. Maybe you are tired, maybe your legs hurt, probably you're sweating hard, but hey. Anyway after that you will see a turn on the road toward your left hand, well go there. The way is marked and everything will be fine. And now the slope is softening, the way rocky, and maybe you'll be intruduced with stranges animals made of wood but just keep on walking or half-crawling should you be bold enough to try the shortcuts that you may see, another sharp turn, and then 5 minutes more of walking. And then... Here you are. Well done, you should see us, waiting for you. SLEEPING ? FOR REAL ? The valley is a huge and wild environment where you can freely set your camp (make sure to bring tents, sleeping bags and warm outfits). This freedom requires some kind of independence, we cannot guarantee access to showers for instance. However the river is just downhill, available for a welcoming fresh up with “green” soap. Ferme du Faï offers accommodation within the limits of available places. Booking only by phone at +33 492580707. FOOD and DRINKS ? Feel free to bring your own rations. Apart from that, you will find food at eating hours and if you’re thirsty the bar will serve beer, wine and soft throughout the festival.

// PROG 2016 //

 

Après pas mal de suspense de notre côté comme du vôtre, voici la prog de cette année !! 24 heures de concert, les trompes joueront en continu du samedi soir au dimanche soir.

 

Attention attention c'est du sérieux !

 

Duo de Asís - Vazquez
Bear Bones, Lay Low
Golem Mécanique
Homnimal
Jean Bender
Joaquim Brissaud
Duo Maurel - Desailly
Piotr Kurek
Pôm Bouvier B
Sourdure
Stephen O'Malley
Thomas Tilly

Tous les détails plus ou moins clairs là : 

http://festivalechos.fr/

03 09 2016
[ICAL]

SUNN O)))

Ruhrtriennale / Turbinenhalle at Jahrhunderthalle, Bochum, Germany


SUNN O))) has been invited to perform at the Ruhrtriennale under the artistic direction of the Dutch director Johan Simons. We will perform in the Turbinenhalle at an old power plant called Jahrhunderthalle Bochum. The theme of Mr. Simons' programme is “Seid umschlungen” (be embraced) – a gesture of social, political and geographical embracement.

website: https://goo.gl/EqGarj

ticketing: http://goo.gl/mRQsC6
 

Festival announcement in English.

Sunn O))) turn sound into a physical experience. The leading American drone or doom metal band made their name with their exaggerated use of drones, low frequency sounds of extended duration. The band position themselves between the first Western drone compositions of American composer La Monte Young and a heavy metal aesthetic, which they subvert with the extremely slow tempo of their playing. Their focus on extreme bass frequencies creates an extraordinary physical experience for the listener.  Sunn O)))’s music can be just as intensely felt as heard. Their concerts are well known for being staged in a ritualistic atmosphere.   
Last year the band caused an international sensation by collaborating with The Walker Brothers’ singer Scott Walker. Their joint album ‘Soused’ gained worldwide acclaim. This year the band will present their new album ‘Kannon’ at the Ruhrtriennale. While Sunn O)))’s previous work has been characterized by abstract and atmospherically orientated approaches, ‘Kannon’ references religious concepts of Asian origin: ‘Kannon’ is one aspect of the Buddha, personified as the Goddess of Mercy, and can be understood to hear the sounds or cries of the world.

:::::

SUNN O))) will join several other EU dates in early-mid September, including a very special concert at “Labirinto della Masone” (Masone Labyrinth) opened in Fontanellato, near Parma in the northern region of Emilia-Romagna. More news soon on all of that.

Thank you for your attention, belief, interest and support. 

SUNN O)))

14 12 2016
[ICAL]

KINDERTOTENLIEDER (directed by Gisèle Vienne, live music KTL)

hTh, Montpellier, France

15 12 2016
[ICAL]

KINDERTOTENLIEDER (directed by Gisèle Vienne, live music KTL)

hTh, Montpellier, France

16 12 2016
[ICAL]

KINDERTOTENLIEDER (directed by Gisèle Vienne, live music KTL)

hTh, Montpellier, France

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[THIS MONTH]

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  • 03/05/2016 — SUNN O))) @ Sisters, Albuquerque, USA
  • 04/05/2016 — SUNN O))) @ The Rialto, Tuscon, USA
  • 06/05/2016 — SUNN O))) @ Regent Theatre, Los Angeles, USA
  • 07/05/2016 — SUNN O))) @ Metro, Oakland, USA
  • 21/05/2016 — SUNN O))) @ Moogfest, Durham, NC, USA
  • 28/05/2016 — Stephen O'MALLEY (solo) @ Kunstenfestivaldesarts / Chapelle @ Les Brigittines, Brussels, Belgium

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