Gigs, dance, art

April 22nd, 2011: TG

@bouillon belge

I managed to get there from Fred Frith’ show just in time to catch most of TG‘s set. So that made for two good gigs in a single day, as it was another keeper, and again different from the other times I’d heard him. Yes, it still featured beats, as in the most recent shows, but with a melodic side that went closer to pop than I remember hearing from him; I may have been drunk — I had just come in, so that’s not likely — but it reminded me a little of YMO at the time, though I can’t figure out why right now. All I can say is that the only reason he’s no longer one of the most interesting musicians around Paris is his moving to Brussels.


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