Posts tagged with "ramzi"

Week in Review #73

June 20, 2015

Week in Review #73 #1 – 6.15.2015 – Weird Canada shared a mixtape of “weird-noise and soft-tones” for 2015’s Suoni Per Il Popolo Festival, a diffuse summer experimental festival spread out across a variety of venues and months, ranging from the instrumental Casa del Popolo and (a reminder... 

Week in Review #55

February 14, 2015

Week in Review #55 Happy Valentine’s Day! Hope you’ve been hugged. Whether you have or haven’t, I thought I’d open this week’s review by pointing toward a warm and entertaining live performance from John Fernandes of Cloud Recordings on clarinet and compadre Alec Livaditis on cello at The... 

RAMZi – Bébites

August 15, 2014

RAMZi – Bébites Tonight Montreal-based producer Phoebé Guillemot begins a late-summer tour as Ramzi, performing at an Arbutus/Ad Hoc show hosted by Palisades in New York  alongside DJ sets from Blue Hawaii and Doldrums, among others. For those lucky enough to attend, she’ll also be slinging copies of Bébites,... 

2013: Beware of Crocodiles

January 15, 2014

2013: Beware of Crocodiles In 2013, my favourite song had a simple, catchy melody and the following lyrics: Row, row, row your boat Gently down the stream; If you see a crocodile Don’t forget to SCREAM! This past year was my first full year of fatherhood, with all the associated glories and challenges, and by far the most... 

Ramzi – “Pou Nouvo Mond”

November 4, 2013

Ramzi – “Pou Nouvo Mond” No matter how subtle Los Discos Enfantasmes‘ stream of forty-ish cassettes, an LP and a CD has been, it has become impossible to ignore the Montreal label’s indelible presence in the scene today. As a formative outpost for left-field synth ambiance (see Ben Vida & Greg Davis’... 

Ramzi – “Ashiko”

June 5, 2013

Ramzi – “Ashiko” In this week’s edition of “Who’s gonna be the next Montréalite to completely change the game?” we have a gal called Phoebé Guillemot (which, first of all, terrific name) who goes by Ramzi in the musical world. Her mind-warping blitzkrieg of dive-bombing electronics is enough...