Kan Mikami

'Mikami is the blues; pure uncut humanity and universal force that don't need no words' (Alan Cummings)

29 nov 2008
29 nov 2008
  • Worm
  • Achterhaven 148, 3024 RC Rotterdam

Kan Mikami's monumentale mojo gaat al meer dan drie decennia mee. Met een achtergrond als grote folk ster in het Japan van de jaren 70, werkt hij op zijn eigen unieke manier door het releasen van platen voor PSF en vaak in samenwerking met Keiji Haino. Net als de vocalen van Haino zullen ze voor altijd gebrand staan in je brein. Dat is de onvergetelijke Japanse blues.


Kan Mikami bij Worm -

En ook met:

Michel Henritzi
Walking in the Shadow
Michel Henritzi was born in Metz, France (1959), where he lives and works. In 1984 he created the cassette label AKT. He also collaborated with American writer Kathy Acker in 1986 on a lecture recording : Acte 3 – Love, Emily. He has written extensively for different independent fanzines (New Wave, Hello Happy Taxpayer), and continues to write for Revue & Corrigée, the dictionary of independant japanese music, and the web-zine, Opprobrium. Since 1988 he has been working with the band, Dustbreeders, complimenting his written work with musical action and running the label, A Bruit Secret.

Michel also became slightly renowned for a cd-r release entitled "Keith Rowe Serves Imperialism" and available for download via Mattin's w.m.o/r label's website!

Mike Majkowski
Mike Majkowski, is a double bass player from Sydney, Australia but currently residing in the Netherlands. Though recently focusing on solo playing he is a member of the large scale Sydney-based electro-acoustic improv group, 'the Splinter Orchestra,' and has worked closely with Jon Rose, Chris Abrahams, Jim Denley, and the nownow improvised music collective.

Op zaterdag 29 november 2008 bij Worm in Rotterdam, deur open @ 21:00u, aanvang @ 21:30 / € 6.