PORTRON PORTRON LOPEZ (FR) + OlOlOlOP (JP) + Arakawa Atushi (JP) + YODEL QUEEN

Thursday, 29 September

PORTRON PORTRON LOPEZ (FR) + OlOlOlOP (JP) + Arakawa Atushi (JP) + YODEL QUEEN

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30 YRS SCREEMING AT A WALL ~ OCCii [1992-2022] DAY I: PORTRON PORTRON LOPEZ (FR) + OlOlOlOP + Arakawa Atushi (JP) + YODEL QUEEN (AMS)

PORTRON PORTRON LOPEZ (France)
Springboard Rock

Strange in a positive way, fantastic, pretty, pleasant : curious shapes and distorted forms - something unique that simultaneously invokes in an audience a feeling of privileged status as well as sympathetic blush. It’s a powerful magnet grabbing everybody’s attention.
Incisive chords, surreal blues, beautiful people. SMILES. Notes trying to strike a balance between art-and-precision conceptual melodies away from traditional structures.

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Portron Portron Lopez was created in 2011. Their music could be described as springboard rock.

What they do have is the audacity of youth and solid musical talent that stirs up a crowd. People aren’t headbanging, instead, Portron Portron Lopez’s music prompts the horizontal moves of shaking hips. What else can happen with the frenzied tempo of afrobeat topped with some insane rock and wild drumming?

Two of the three musicians are guitarists driving the music like two race cars up a mountain road trying to overtake one another, even on bends. Their records sounds like every speed possible on a low-visibility drive along a cliffside. Overall, it is an invitation to dance and laugh.

“Ice Cream Soufi” is the name of their fourth album; the titles of each track sum up the offbeat nature of this whole thing. Between ‘Comment Vas-Tu Rossignol’ and ‘Tayau’ lies a whole world of choppy tambourines and fret buzz galore born out of the trio’s symbiosis. They only take things seriously with their music as a whole. Their sound is solid but not
rigid, exceptional but not boastful and their prowess with their instruments shines in every piece. The guitar sounds can paint the picture of a cutter-shredded masterpiece just as skillfully as the serene landscape of sunset.

Live videos
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eAhvpCPRc1U&list=PL1Jp4veXvA2VWKfNWF...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gze1Tsb5_8g&ab_channel=JulieCaty
[www.facebook.com/portronportronlopez]
[www.instagram.com/portronportronlopez/?hl=fr]
https://portronportronlopez.bandcamp.com/

Arakawa Atushi
He's one of the favorite musicians based on Fukushima. As a solo guitarist, he collaborated with lots of musians like Yoshihide Otomo and so on. These days he's focursing on electric music by using a sAmpler and acoustic music duo "Jumps". He also manages a label called "ASC" and a music studio in FukusHima. Big support for Japanese underground music scenes.

It's his new song.
https://tissueboxasc.bandcamp.com/album/narrow

This is his latest performance.
https://youtu.be/rWbWCN4CyvE?t=2237

Olololop
Olololop is a rhythm oriented rock band from Sapporo Hokkaido. Their album was once taken as DEERHOOF's one of the favorite albums in Vice Portugal.

https://vice.com/pt/article/ezdngn/discos-olololop-mc
https://louderthanwar.com/deerhoof-top-10-favourite-albums-number-4/

This is their newest song.
https://youtu.be/evhawt6rU5U

Yodel Queen
With their post-yodel wordy punk, Yodel Queen brings recognizable yet off-road reflections on daily life to the stage. They will also be releasing their first single, with the songs "Latte" and "Cute".
Live session from covid times (spoiler alert!): https://youtu.be/OD6HUr7pGJs

 

Date & Time: 

Thursday, 29 September, 2022 - 20:00 to 23:30

Topics: 

  • music
OCCII
Amstelveenseweg 134
1075 XL Amsterdam
Netherlands

Squat: 

Former squat, now legalised

OCCII has a long history of existing as a self-sustainable and autonomous independent venue. OCCII not only provides a stage for underground and radical music acts – it is also run almost entirely by volunteers. Every OCCII volunteer helps the venue in one way or another.

categories: 

  • bar/cafe / children's activity / course/workshop / exhibition / film / meeting / music/concert / party / work space/diy

opening times: 

Everyday, time depending on programme