Archive for the ‘Simon Lenski’ Category

What’s going on?

Sunday, March 9th, 2008

It’s been a while, but here’s a little update on what’s going on.

Some time ago i finished my part of the soundtrack for “Linkeroever” by Pieter Van Hees, soon in a movie theater near you.

Other music for that movie was done by Simon Lenski, and in the meantime he and i started talking about getting some more work done together.

Right now i’m working on the score for a dance solo by Antoine Effroy and Anne Rudelbach, performed by Catherine Jodoin, premiering at the end of the month at Kampnagel – Hamburg.

I’m thinking about and hoping to release that score, but i still didn’t figure out where and how.

I’m also making a bit of music for a new dance solo by Claudio Bernardo, soon to be premiered too.

And it seems i found the right energy again to spend (even) more time in the studio, working on some new solo stuff and i recently enjoyed being in the studio again with Peter Van Hoesen.

Soon i’ll start working on a new piece by Inne Goris/Zeven. Still not really clear about what exactly i’m going to do…

The Time Code Matter 2 performance with Audiostore turned out to be successful too. A good crowd, a nice venue with nice people and a superb programming.

In between all this i’ve been enjoying the latest Autechre and “Film”, Stefan Németh’s solo-album.

That’s basically it for now, thanks for reading!

Left Bank soundtrack

Friday, January 11th, 2008

I’ve just completed the soundtrack for Left Bank, the first feature length film by belgian director Pieter Van Hees, produced by Caviar. For the more orchestral parts, Simon Lenski did some great work. You can watch the trailer right here.

Lenski + Eavesdropper

Sunday, December 16th, 2007

A small souvenir of our gig at Ancienne Belgique some time ago. Thanks to Tomme for the picture.