Doors:
20:00
Start:
20:30
End:
23:30
De Pastoe Fabriek
Rotsoord 3A
Sat 10 Nov '18 - Festival

WORM – Le Mini Who Away Day

Farewell to the Avantgardistic State!!
20:30
De Pastoe Fabriek

Expect hours of mild abandon, righteous grooving and belly dancing, religious observance, Dutch-Russian entente and quietly raving elegies at WORM’s Away Day on Le Mini Who.

WORM says farewell to the Avantgardistic State in true style with a specially composed elegy to mark its passing in December 2018. The piece – entitled ‘Requiem for the Avant-Gardistic State’ – is written by Michiel Klein, known to many in Dutch Underground circles as guitarist in Bonne Apart, Adept, and co-mastermind behind Eklin (Samling records). Currently Michiel shreds his lead guitar to great effect in Rotterdam’s Lewsberg. Spiritual and intellectual support to Michiel’s piece will be given by Jacco Weener, volksartist extraordinaire and a leading light in the current Rotterdam Underground Baroque Opera revival. This support will take the form of a special introduction. WORM is on tenterhooks.

Other splend’rous musicke is provided by Difficult: A Rotterdam-Irish-Glasgow riot of post-punk attitudes; and a trio who constantly investigate that difficult process of unlearning and transcending genres. An example of Rotterdamse-Amsterdamse-Freundschaft is provided by Ethiopian genius in Amsterdam, Afework Nigussie ; masenko player sans pareil. Last but not least, the ladies from Roffa’s MorethanbassX will bring dnb, dubstep, bass, uk bass and a lot more to a backdrop a belly dancing display, feat. Sinem

Furthermore; WORM’s multidisciplinary muscle will well and truly be pulled courtesy of a screening of 16mm films from our very own analogue film maker space, Filmwerkplaats. There will be a Pirate Bay Narrowcast where anything could happen. Expect – or not – recordings of shambolic glory, deep insight and accidental learning experiences, or on-the-spot creative bonds forged with friends from Russia: you name it. It may not happen. Or probably all of it. Why not?