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Tuesday
03
APR

Guili Guili Goulag & Futuroscope Live

20:00
23:00
The Old Abbey Taphouse
Event organized by The Old Abbey Taphouse

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Two French and Belgian live bands :

GUILI GUILI GOULAG :
"Guili Guili Goulag is some strings that hit, hypnotic rhythm and a voice coming out from the floor. It tickles you as much as it makes you hysterical. It is like listening though rusty pipes to the psychedelic incantations of the members of an ancient tribe, trapped between different times and seekin to communicate with each other. A Voodoo Mass, a strange cult where a fetish with an unlikely language will be incarnated by the sick complicity of a drum, bass guitar and a celtic harp. Thus, our legs and arms begin to dance around them. The ego crumbles, leaving a credulous animal horde which is henchman of futur sordid rituals under our eyes conquered and trembling with frenzy !"
Adam Whisper (Guilis' rites, London, 1840)

Video :
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wMmQF1it4uE
https://vimeo.com/225940091
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Baq90ST9IBs

2nd LP :
https://guiliguiligoulag.bandcamp.com/album/saint-arnoult-3018


FUTUROSCOPE :
F.U.T.U.R.OS.C.O.P.E is a trio before any, relaxing. Julien Nicolaï plays bass, Jean-Baptiste Geoffroy (the drummer of wierd french band PNEU) plays drums and Antoine Serreau plays trumpet.

They will be delighted to play during your local initiatives such as "finding your inner light while looking through minerals". They can also help you to looking for your way out of the cosmos. Do not listen this LP moments of full moon nights and/or facing to East. Do not drink water within 30 minutes after the session.

New LP :
https://kythibong.bandcamp.com/album/utilisation-non-autoris-e

other recordings :
https://futuroscope.bandcamp.com/

Press :
https://le-drone.com/ecouter/exclusivit%C3%A9s/futuroscope-moon/-u6712
http://gonzai.com/futuroscope-hum-le-disque-qui-ne-fait-pas-les-choses-a-poitiers/


suggested donation : £3