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Jeugdbrand // Siamese Dream (Team) LP

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Belgian poet from AntwerpJeugdbrand, the duo of Dennis Tyfus and percussionist Jeroen Stevens, will release their debut record in March 2023.

Can this really be called music?Comes with insert and DL code.

Below is a commentary by the label.

Jeugdbrand is Antwerp's voice (Dennis Tyfus) and beats (Jeroen Stevens).They perform a scintillating drama, a theatrical tragedy, colored with Antwerp's classic anarchic sense of humor.Recorded at Joris Caluwaerts' Finster Studios, a landmark in the Belgian music world.

Dennis' work includes pencil drawings of various sizes.In these drawings the writer finds himself in many tragic situations.Like he vomits on the way home after a long night in a bar.It's like making right-wing idiots drink boiling water. Like telling a sweet lie on your Tinder profile.Or like taking out the trash on Sunday evening.That's horrible.These seemingly sealed pencil drawings show a simpler world where there is no cheating.But a little more understanding of what's really going on behind the colorful mask often leaves a bitter aftertaste.

As for the music, in contrast to the aforementioned drawing,Dennis paints a more fragmented picture.His recordings and performances often give the impression of stitching together excerpts.Strange sentences and funny statements fly and intersect.Musical symbols are casually thrown on the table.Instead of a clear picture, he gets the feeling that he is looking at a bunch of different graffiti.I sometimes feel how unfocused and sketchy Dennis' music is compared to how focused he is on his paintings.We are just thrown from feeling to feeling.From laughter to tears.it is a rocking one.

I,I'd like to imagine that Dennis is always taking notes of snippets of conversation he picks up on his regular walks in the center of Antwerp. In the R. Murray Schafer way,Dennis takes every sentence very arbitrary...and that's the soundscape.Dramatic, normal, boastful, ridiculous, urgency...

Here comes Jeroen Stevens.Antwerp percussionist.Listing all his bands in this article would be a real waste of data and printers. Jeroen is a school-educated session musician epic talent.But he wants to thank the white improvisation.He's also sweet and creative. Jeugdbrand will be participating in the Edições CN catalog for the second time, following the percussive fragment in the LP "KAGIROI" (2021) with Ken Sugai.

Recently, he has performed Satie's "Vexation" on midi instruments, played Christmas music, and performed the famous project "De Stoeltjes" covering Stooges songs on a camping chair. It is long and correct playing.Even Iggy himself is confused.This may sound like a joke, but I have to admit that Stevens' adventurous music is very rewarding.

Jeugdbrand's music is a bit reminiscent of the music of the late Ghédalia Tazartès - especially when it comes to reinterpreting and combining musical idioms - but it falls a little short when trying to refer directly to this album.Most importantly, this is music.has a strong personality.It's like a piecemeal beam for an evocative temple.Let's shake it up a little... "They told us They told her She told everyone"

Labels and other worksplease use this form. ///Click here to see more E dições CN releases available at Tobira. 

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Includes DL code. Edition of 300. 

Tracklist:
A. What seems like forever ago/We mogen het toch vragen? 16:50
B. Do you want to move in with all of us?/We had a hard time 16:50

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Text by Edições CN:

"Jeugdbrand is the voice (Dennis Tyfus) and the beat (Jeroen Stevens) of Antwerp. They perform a sparkling drama, a theatrical tragedy, marinated in our classic Antwerp anarchic sense of humor. Recorded at Joris Caluwaerts' Finster Studios - a landmark in Belgian music.

Inside the multiverse that is Dennis Tyfus' oeuvre there exists this body of detailed pencil drawings of various sizes. In these drawings the artist puts himself in many tragic situations. Like vomiting on his way home after a long night at the bar. Boiling right wing idiots. Telling sweet little lies on your Tinder profile. Or, you know, taking out the garbage on a Sunday evening. The horror. These seemingly hermetic pencil drawings show a deceivingly simple world. you understand a bit more what is actually happening behind the colorful masque.

When it comes to his music - and in contrast to the aforementioned drawings - Dennis pencils a more piecemeal picture. His recordings and performances often feel like spliced ​​excerpts. Strange sentences and funny remarks waiver by and interconnect. Musical symbols are casually thrown on the table. Instead of a clear picture, we now have the feeling of looking at a bunch of different doodles. Like... sometimes I have the feeling compared to how focused Dennis works on his drawings, how unfocussed and sketchy he treats his music. simply thrown from emotion to emotion. From laughter to tears. It's a bumpy ride.

I'd like to imagine that Dennis constantly notates all the shards of conversation he picks up during his regular walks in the center of Antwerp - a wormhole congested with characters, the one more tragic than the other. In a kind of R. Murray Schafer way, Dennis takes in every sentence very un-arbitrary... and that's the soundscape. Dramatic, normal, boasted, silly, urgent...

Enter Jeroen Stevens. Antwerp's number one percussionist. If I would have to list all the bands he performs in this text, well, we would be truly wasting data and printers. Jeroen is the grand gift of the well-schooled session musician. the heavens of white improv, he is also sweet and creative. Jeugdbrand is his second entry in the Edições CN catalog, after taking care of some of the percussive fragments on the “KAGIROI” LP with Sugai Ken (2021).

Recently Jeroen has been performing very lengthy - thus correct - performances of Satie's Vexations for midi instrumentation; Christmas music; and his famed De Stoeltjes project, where he covers Stooges songs on a camping chair. Apparently much to the confusion of Iggy himself. all feel like a big joke to you, but when you dare to listen, you will have to admit that Steven's adventurous music is very rewarding.

The music of Jeugdbrand reminds me a bit of the music of the late Ghédalia Tazartès - especially when it comes to reinterpreting and combining musical idioms - but trying to put a direct reference on this album does it a bit short. how it could be: incomprehensible, hilarious, serious, ludicrous, well crafted, sloppy, non-genre. With a strong sense of personality. You know, a fragmented beam for your own overstimulated temple. “They told us, they told her.

The albums come with a drawing by German artist Albert Oehlen and with a text by Angela Sawyer of Weirdo Records, Boston."

Artist : Jeugdbrand 

Label: Label: E dições CN

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Belgian poet from AntwerpJeugdbrand, the duo of Dennis Tyfus and percussionist Jeroen Stevens, will release their debut record in March 2023.

Can this really be called music?Comes with insert and DL code.

Below is a commentary by the label.

Jeugdbrand is Antwerp's voice (Dennis Tyfus) and beats (Jeroen Stevens).They perform a scintillating drama, a theatrical tragedy, colored with Antwerp's classic anarchic sense of humor.Recorded at Joris Caluwaerts' Finster Studios, a landmark in the Belgian music world.

Dennis' work includes pencil drawings of various sizes.In these drawings the writer finds himself in many tragic situations.Like he vomits on the way home after a long night in a bar.It's like making right-wing idiots drink boiling water. Like telling a sweet lie on your Tinder profile.Or like taking out the trash on Sunday evening.That's horrible.These seemingly sealed pencil drawings show a simpler world where there is no cheating.But a little more understanding of what's really going on behind the colorful mask often leaves a bitter aftertaste.

As for the music, in contrast to the aforementioned drawing,Dennis paints a more fragmented picture.His recordings and performances often give the impression of stitching together excerpts.Strange sentences and funny statements fly and intersect.Musical symbols are casually thrown on the table.Instead of a clear picture, he gets the feeling that he is looking at a bunch of different graffiti.I sometimes feel how unfocused and sketchy Dennis' music is compared to how focused he is on his paintings.We are just thrown from feeling to feeling.From laughter to tears.it is a rocking one.

I,I'd like to imagine that Dennis is always taking notes of snippets of conversation he picks up on his regular walks in the center of Antwerp. In the R. Murray Schafer way,Dennis takes every sentence very arbitrary...and that's the soundscape.Dramatic, normal, boastful, ridiculous, urgency...

Here comes Jeroen Stevens.Antwerp percussionist.Listing all his bands in this article would be a real waste of data and printers. Jeroen is a school-educated session musician epic talent.But he wants to thank the white improvisation.He's also sweet and creative. Jeugdbrand will be participating in the Edições CN catalog for the second time, following the percussive fragment in the LP "KAGIROI" (2021) with Ken Sugai.

Recently, he has performed Satie's "Vexation" on midi instruments, played Christmas music, and performed the famous project "De Stoeltjes" covering Stooges songs on a camping chair. It is long and correct playing.Even Iggy himself is confused.This may sound like a joke, but I have to admit that Stevens' adventurous music is very rewarding.

Jeugdbrand's music is a bit reminiscent of the music of the late Ghédalia Tazartès - especially when it comes to reinterpreting and combining musical idioms - but it falls a little short when trying to refer directly to this album.Most importantly, this is music.has a strong personality.It's like a piecemeal beam for an evocative temple.Let's shake it up a little... "They told us They told her She told everyone"

Labels and other worksplease use this form. ///Click here to see more E dições CN releases available at Tobira. 

--------------------------------

Includes DL code. Edition of 300. 

Tracklist:
A. What seems like forever ago/We mogen het toch vragen? 16:50
B. Do you want to move in with all of us?/We had a hard time 16:50

++

Text by Edições CN:

"Jeugdbrand is the voice (Dennis Tyfus) and the beat (Jeroen Stevens) of Antwerp. They perform a sparkling drama, a theatrical tragedy, marinated in our classic Antwerp anarchic sense of humor. Recorded at Joris Caluwaerts' Finster Studios - a landmark in Belgian music.

Inside the multiverse that is Dennis Tyfus' oeuvre there exists this body of detailed pencil drawings of various sizes. In these drawings the artist puts himself in many tragic situations. Like vomiting on his way home after a long night at the bar. Boiling right wing idiots. Telling sweet little lies on your Tinder profile. Or, you know, taking out the garbage on a Sunday evening. The horror. These seemingly hermetic pencil drawings show a deceivingly simple world. you understand a bit more what is actually happening behind the colorful masque.

When it comes to his music - and in contrast to the aforementioned drawings - Dennis pencils a more piecemeal picture. His recordings and performances often feel like spliced ​​excerpts. Strange sentences and funny remarks waiver by and interconnect. Musical symbols are casually thrown on the table. Instead of a clear picture, we now have the feeling of looking at a bunch of different doodles. Like... sometimes I have the feeling compared to how focused Dennis works on his drawings, how unfocussed and sketchy he treats his music. simply thrown from emotion to emotion. From laughter to tears. It's a bumpy ride.

I'd like to imagine that Dennis constantly notates all the shards of conversation he picks up during his regular walks in the center of Antwerp - a wormhole congested with characters, the one more tragic than the other. In a kind of R. Murray Schafer way, Dennis takes in every sentence very un-arbitrary... and that's the soundscape. Dramatic, normal, boasted, silly, urgent...

Enter Jeroen Stevens. Antwerp's number one percussionist. If I would have to list all the bands he performs in this text, well, we would be truly wasting data and printers. Jeroen is the grand gift of the well-schooled session musician. the heavens of white improv, he is also sweet and creative. Jeugdbrand is his second entry in the Edições CN catalog, after taking care of some of the percussive fragments on the “KAGIROI” LP with Sugai Ken (2021).

Recently Jeroen has been performing very lengthy - thus correct - performances of Satie's Vexations for midi instrumentation; Christmas music; and his famed De Stoeltjes project, where he covers Stooges songs on a camping chair. Apparently much to the confusion of Iggy himself. all feel like a big joke to you, but when you dare to listen, you will have to admit that Steven's adventurous music is very rewarding.

The music of Jeugdbrand reminds me a bit of the music of the late Ghédalia Tazartès - especially when it comes to reinterpreting and combining musical idioms - but trying to put a direct reference on this album does it a bit short. how it could be: incomprehensible, hilarious, serious, ludicrous, well crafted, sloppy, non-genre. With a strong sense of personality. You know, a fragmented beam for your own overstimulated temple. “They told us, they told her.

The albums come with a drawing by German artist Albert Oehlen and with a text by Angela Sawyer of Weirdo Records, Boston."

Artist : Jeugdbrand 

Label: Label: E dições CN