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J, Imp

by Llop

Saxophonist Erik Bogaerts (Banjax, Mephiti), guitarist Benjamin Sauzereau (Les Chroniques De L'Inutile) and drummer Jens Bouttery (Jens Maurits Orchestra) play mostly improvised song-like music, often inspired by traditional music (Jazz) but unpredictable
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Erik Bogaerts - saxophone
Benjamin Sauzereau - guitar
Brice Soniano - double bass
Jens Bouttery - drums, voice & electronics

Recording: Jakko Viitala in Harlösa Kyrka
Mixing: Jens Bouttery
Mastering: Uwe Teichert at Electropolis
Lay-out & Design: Laurens Teerlinck
Photography: Erik Bogaerts

Produced by Erik Bogaerts & el NEGOCITO Records

Available on cd

L l o p ( pronounce L j i o p )
Saxophonist Erik Bogaerts (Banjax, Mephiti), guitarist Benjamin Sauzereau (Les Chroniques De L'Inutile) and drummer Jens Bouttery (Jens Maurits Orchestra) form the band 'Llop'. This Belgian based trio play mostly improvised song-like music, often inspired by traditional music (Jazz). Jens plays drums and creates and manipulates music by recording Benjamin and Erik live and then using those sounds through different electronic outputs to give the resulting whole an unpredictability. Llop like to challenge themselves with the musically unexpected.

The album 'Lampke' (el NEGOCITO Records 2015) was the start of a musical process that Llop will took further on a short Scandinavian tour in July 2015. Llop played concerts in Denmark and Sweden and worked "in residence" for one week in Harlösa, where they made a new recording in an ancient church with bassist Brice Soniano.

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