Nublu 151

Dialekt ft. 

Kash Kale, Max Zt,

Bhrigu Sahni, Rajeev Maddela

Door: 9pm

11pm and 1am

Shitty Shitty Jam band 

 Ticket 

9pm

Brian Charette  Organ Trio

w/ Vic Juris and Jordan Young

Dj Caiwo

Freedom Jazz Dance

Dj Tomas Station

Dj Shawn Dub

TBA

TBA

TBA

9pm

Sophia Urista

 8pm

Sam Himself  

 

Nublu 62

9pm-11pm

Peter Apfelbaum & Sparkler

Natalie Cressman, Jill Ryan

Will Bernard, Kyle Sanna

Charlie Ferguson 

Dj Monofied

11pm-4am

Bodylab, Old school electronic

10pm

Sirintip

9pm

Jess Best

 

10pm-4am

Africainoir

Teleseen, Selecta K7

Peter Matson, Jose or Franco?

10pm-4am

Art Party, Bad, Sex & Breakfast

w/ Patrick Dunn and friends

10pm-4am

Ilhan selects 45's

Midnight-4am

Dodo spins dub

8pm-Midnight

Spheric sound unit, Mumala

Dj Roshni Samla

 




10pm&Midnight

Forro at Nublu w/ Davi Vieira

and Eliano Braz

Dj Greg Caz spins brasil tracks

 




Erik Truffaz Quartet - October 20th - 21st

 

The Erik Truffaz Quartet is first and foremost a collective entity with its own sound and group

dynamic. In 1997, the band, then featuring Marcello Giuliani on bass, Marc Erbetta, drums, and

Patrick Muller, keyboards, released its debut “Out of a dream” on Blue Note. On the follow-ups,

“The dawn” and “Bending new corner”, rapper Nya added a poetic, urban touch; the clip “Yuri’s

choice” went a long way to developing the music’s popularity. The group drew inspiration from

gigs at London’s Blue Note Club, a temple of drum & bass, and did its composing on tour during

sound checks, from fragments of improvisation.

The music springs into life naturally, effortlessly, like painting in the mirror of inspiration. On the

back of these two albums the group acquired an international dimension, touring regularly,

developing a trademark feelgood sound.

The band made its first big change of direction in 2003 with the organic, bubbling rock-inspired

“The walk of the giant turtle”. When sound engineers Corboz and Giuliani added distortion to his

trumpet sound, Truffaz was initially infuriated, but then went on to espouse and develop the

concept.

With the “Arkhangelsk” album, the band came of age, in the company of Ed Harcourt and

Christophe, two singers with two special voices and great tracks.

 

In June 2010 Benoît Corboz, the band’s studio sound engineer since “The Dawn” took over from

Patrick Müller on keyboards. The new line-up wasted no time in going into the studio. The result

was a new sound, kneaded energetically like a dough, then left to rest and ferment before being

worked up into the album "In Between", a celebration of slow tempos, deliberate silence, elastic

space and intimacy. Marcello Giuliani reverted to upright bass and recorded one track on banjo.

Guest singer Sophie Hunger added her wonderful voice on two tracks: “Dirge”, a Bob Dylan

cover, and an original composition entitled “Let me go! ”.

 

They will be at nublu on October 20th - 21st!

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