I will be performing live this Friday night in Montreal, Canada. The event is officially called “The Horrorist – présenté par F.U.B.A.R. – le 11 octobre”. The venue is Le Belmont (4483 Boulevard St-Laurent, Montreal, Quebec H2W 1Z8). In the early 2000s I performed often in Montreal and I also had a chance to play the first Festival Kinetik. I will be spending a few days there and watchful eyes can expect some surprises. The promoter has and empty private apartment for me in a nice neighborhood and I am spending a few days there. I will also spend some time with my Graphic Designer Maurice Roy. If you come to the show be sure to say hello in person if you can!
“F.U.B.A.R. Prods en collaboration avec Deadna Prod. présentent: The Horrorist live! Après 5 ans d’absence le conteur, Oliver Chesler, est de retour à Montréal. Le spectacle est appuyé par nos talents locaux ::: The Horrorist: Based in New York City, artist Oliver Chesler is a producer and vocalist, as well as the founder of Things To Come Records. He is the brain behind such tracks as One Night In New York City, Hard Step Future Force, Flesh Is The Fever, Mission Ecstasy, and many more! His last appearance in Montreal dates back to the first Kinetik Fest held in 2008, preceded by his performance at Hitched in 2007.” – facebook.com/events/610785738953351″>F.U.B.A.R.
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One of the best records in my collection is the Nettwerk Sound Sampler Volume Two. For a long time I was one of the few people I knew who owned the music on it. Today you can find all the tracks on YouTube. While I’m no longer so special it’s good you can all hear the Dog House Mix of Skinny Puppy’s Addiction. Great strings and a wild vocal performance get paired with a clear Roland TR-808 taking what could never be a dance track exactly to the dancefloor. This is one of my favorite pieces of music for many reasons. Desperate, deranged, talking in my sleep again.
“best ever (and.. 808 ridden!) rendition of the track by Skinny Puppy released in 1988 on the second Nettwerk sampler “A Food for Thought”" – states1024
For more info: discogs.com/Various-Nettwerk-Sound-Sampler…
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