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Sendai at Resonance Ghent this Saturday and more…

Wednesday, April 4th, 2012

This Saturday, April 7, Sendai will bring their Geotope A/V set to Ghent.  The good Resonance peeps took a short break, but they’re back in full effect.

We’re very happy to share the stage with fellow belgian Oubys and Raster Noton’s top artist Kangding Ray.  It’s extremely exciting for us to do the Geotope show more than 2 months after Berghain, as we’re not exactly planning to do the same thing twice.

It’s kind of stating the obvious when i say it would be good to see you there.  For full details, the only thing you should do is click here!

Speaking of festivals: Sendai is invited for a show at the most exciting festival in Canada: Mutek.  So we’ll be out of office on June 1.

Last but not least: Sendai was invited to come up with the 300th episode of the incredible and still going strong Modyfier mix series.  An honor and a pleasure!

That’s it for now.  More news soon.

 

 

A small Sendai round-up

Monday, March 19th, 2012

On March 26 2012, Time to Express will release Sendai‘s Geotope.  Sendai is Peter Van Hoesen and Yves De Mey.

In the meantime, please go to the Geotope microsite.  You can subscribe to our mailing list and enter a Geotope competition.

As of today, you can get an idea of what we do visually by visiting the T2X YouTube channel.

There’s also an album preview (pre-listen rather…)

 

 

And some time ago we premiered our Geotope live set at Berghain (Berlin) for Club Transmediale.  Here’s an excerpt of that gig:

 

We’re totally chaotically funky on our proper website right here as well.

 

Last but not least, on April 7 2012, we’ll be doing our Geotope live mayhem at Resonance Ghent.  We’re sharing stage with Oubys and Kangding Ray.  For more info, please go to the Resonance website.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Post Resonance blues

Monday, March 2nd, 2009

There’s a review of the Resonance Festival on their website.  Unfortunately only in dutch…

And some pictures online at Resident Advisor.

I had a great time, meeting tons of people, listening to hours of superb music in a very enthusiastic and stimulating environment.

Thanks again to the Resonance people for having me there, and a big thanks to Peter Van Hoesen for all kinds of support, as well as Carsten Nicolai for the occasional fiddling with the master fader.