THU APRIL 7th 2011: STEVE GUNN (US) // EVERY BOLT RUMBLING (NL) // CITY HANDS (NL) @ Croxhapox Gallery

SMERALDINA-RIMA PRESENTS:

Thursday April 7th 2011

STEVE GUNN (US)
EVERY BOLT RUMBLING (NL)
CITY HANDS (NL)

@ Croxhapox Gallery
Lucas Munichstraat 76/82
9000 Ghent

DOORS: 19:00
START: 19:30
SHOWS END @ 22:00!

ENTRANCE: € 7.00

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STEVE GUNN (US):
A member of the band GHQ, he caused a lot of excitement with his solo album Boerum Palace on Three Lobed Recordings just over a year ago. He’s also got an album out soon on Digitalis of his duo with John Trucsinski – the Gunn-Trucsinski Duo album, mastered by Scott Colburn, takes Gunn’s more raga-flavoured guitar and John’s Corsano-esque traps on a transcendental journey that is going to cause a whole lot of listening pleasure in 2011.
http://strangeglue.com/reviews/steve-gunn-boerum-palace
http://cowsarejustfood.wordpress.com/2010/02/12/steve-gunn-boerum-palace-three-lobed/
http://www.threelobed.com/tlr/tlr054.html
http://pitchfork.com/reviews/albums/15003-sand-city/

EVERY BOLT RUMBLING (NL):
Every bolt rumbling is Arvind Ganga, who uses guitar, effects and objects to create a chaotically oscillating mesh,
vibrating with high energy that oozes out in colliding rhythms, frantic melodies and distant slow grooves ………….
all bathing in the rays of a deep red sun.
http://soundcloud.com/everyboltrumbling

CITY HANDS (NL):
Born a punk and raised a rainbow watcher, Manuel Padding aka City Hands has been active as a music citizen and a renown butterfly observer for a few decades now. As a free-minded follower of Gustav Metzger and a reader of early science-fiction free press, M.P. believes in the creative powers of destruction and in the secret forces lying in forgotten languages. His fluid compositions aim to create rich underground communities that would stand against corruption worldwide.
– Professeur X.G.B. Bongo
http://silver-ghosts.blogspot.com/

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