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Saturday 1 February
8:30PM
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Full-price admission: 19€ / 12€ (Sons d’hiver members and discounted admission) / 8€ (Under 25)
Fontenay-sous-Bois
Salle Jacques Brel
164, Boulevard Gallieni - 94120 FONTENAY-SOUS-BOIS
phone
+33 (0) 1 71 33 53 35
http://www.fontenayenscenes.fr

RER A, towards Torcy-Chessy/Marne-La-Vallée, stop Val-de-Fontenay. Or towards Boissy-Saint-Léger, stop Fontenay-sous-Bois then bus line 124, stop Hôtel de Ville.
RER E, towards Villiers-sur-Marne Tournan, stop Val-de-Fontenay, then bus line 124, stop Hôtel de Ville.

By car: At Porte de Bagnolet, take the A3 towards Charles de Gaulle-Lille, then A86, towards Fontenay-sous-Bois. At exit 19, head towards Fontenay centre. 
FREE UNDERGROUND CAR PARK (Hotel de Ville)

Bus: more info # + 33 1 46 87 31 31

JAMIE SAFT "NEW ZION" TRIO

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Jamie Saft - keybaords | Bradley Jones - electric bass | Hamid Drake - drums

+ Christian Castagno - live dubs

It’s a one-of-a-kind thing. Jamie Saft, the high priest of acoustic groove and heir to Sun Ra’s spatial explorations, who also reigns over microtonal metal and maybe even rock-minded syncopation, is known for his unique, unwavering creative impulse. His New Zion Trio steps into misty reggae territory, where dancehall rhythms, full of soft jolts and Caribbean torpor, nudge complex structures and streamlined soul music. Here, the spell he casts is made up of African-American blues, hypnotic 1970s spirit jazz, dub-inspired reverb and the interplay of a jazz trio. With this trio, Saft brings together Great Black Music and King Tubby’s polished productions thanks to Christian Castagno, invited as a guest livedubber for a set which will win you over with its flow and its depth.

New Zion Trio - Lost Dub (Fight Against Babylon)
 

BILL LASWELL'S METHOD OF DEFIANCE

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Bill Laswell - bass | Dr. Israel - vocals, electronics | DJ Logic - turntables | Graham Haynes - cornet | Peter Apfelbaum - saxophone, keyboards | Josh Werner - bass, keyboards | Dorian Cheah - electric violin | Guy Licata - drums

Is there truly a method of defiance, a formula for skepticism? Yes! Huge-sounding bass-hero and far-sighted reverb admirer Bill Laswell sets out his theory, his very own Method Of Defiance. And it comes with a soundtrack. The bassist has always made his own rules before he agreed to play. Here he admits to having had electric, fast-paced, loud — very fast, and very loud — Dub music-hall in mind. In mind…. ind…. Laswell has a thing for echoes. The echoes of bold and daring musical gestures, bringing together Graham Haynes’s cornet and DJ Logic and Dr. Israël’s electronic experiments. The echoes of eight like-minded musicians seeking to create instantaneous, ever-changing music. Play it again, Bill, and play it loud!

Method of Defiance - Patterns of War (Jahbulon)
 
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