After the babypause, we re playing at the Fête de la musique in Châlons-en?-Champagne, France. More infos coming shortly.
Thorunn after being stuck for 6 hours in the snow on the night of her release on December 8th. We will spare you the pictures of the other 8 musicians and technicians that were equally bruised after the snow odyssee.
The release concert has been rescheduled to this Sunday, December 12th - Doors open 20:30, free wine & champagne at 21:00, followed by the big show.
Want to be on the guest list? Just write an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and get in for free. We hope to see you there!
We would like to thank a number of people and organizations for the tremedous effort they made to make our release concert a unique experience:
Ministère de la Culture (special thanks to Mme Octavie Modert and Marco Battistella)
Rockhal (for their professional assistance and for providing the hall with the best acoustics in Luxembourg)
Banque de Luxembourg (for helping us getting our music out there - thank you Pierre Ahlborn)
Caves Krier (for providing exquisite wine and champagne on out release - thank you Marc Krier)
Viva (for quenching our thirst - thank you Mireille Pissinger)
Georg Feltes (thanks to the best sound engineer we have met to date!)
Nathalie Dondelinger and Marc Hoffmann (for their protective advice and their decorative talent)
Johannes Neumann (for his expertise in motion design and all things moving)
Ron Tuffel, Eternal Tango, Mandy Minella, Benoit Joachim, Mike Koedinger, Metro and Dan Spogen (for their spare time and their acting skills)
And last but not least:
Runa & Greg (for helping us create the world that is “the Jar”)
As we don’t like to blog about ourselves, what you will find here in the future are posts about stuff we like and things that we think are far more exciting than news about how we feel, what we are eating or how often we brush our teeth.
This, to give you a taste, is the latest appearance of brilliant Slavoj Zizek on the pan-arabian News-Network Al-Djazeera. Take your time and give it a listen. You won’t regret it.