Watch In Velvet, the new concert movie from Nordmann - Music here directly

Watch In Velvet, the new concert movie from Nordmann – Music here directly

Ghent’s Nordmann presents his latest albums In velvet Then at least for the audience. With the help of a movie musical, admittedly, everyone.

Nordman’s third album was released in September. While minimizing In velvet The Ghent quartet ditched its violent jazz and rock jacket forever. Seven months later, however, Nordman was unable to present the album directly. So saxophone player Matthias de Crane hired photographer / director Jeff Bose. With success: Boes, who has already toured with Balthazar and Deus, took the opportunity to support the musicians with a musical thriller.

This isn’t the first time Boes has edited his photos under Nordman’s music. Before he went to the United States to produce a documentary on Donald Trump’s first year at the White House, he watched Nordman at the Ghent Trade Fair. Then the band The king, A second full-length song Boiling land (2017), playedAnd the He knew: This would be the soundtrack for The good president, The documentary will also be named. And this is what happened.

Still image from In Velvet © Jef Boes

But sign in In velvet Do not hold interviews, behind-the-scenes parties, or road shots with drum sets. De Craene says: “We didn’t necessarily want to create a whole world around the movie, but we did want to let our music speak and capture the live feeling, as Radiohead does, for example, in Basement sessions“. In velvet So it became a live recording, in which the mods are an adventure and each song gets a different color, as in Prayers goof Nick How’s new party movie. The movie was shot at Robot Studios in Ghent, where Eefje de Visser also filmed a musical.

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Live or not, it wouldn’t be Nordman’s party if you weren’t quiet at first and then moved aggressively and relentlessly toward the conclusion, Booze says. The director was inspired to record The king, The last song in the group, from the famous saxophone scene Lost highway, Disturbing Neoner David Lynch. Explosion, Strobo Effect, and Powerful Sax Out Missing highway They are all reflected in Nordman’s music.

Matthias de Crane in Jeff Boss's In Velvet
Matthias de Crane in In Velvet © Jef Boes

Boes isn’t the only one connecting quartet to the world of cinema. Mattias De Craene is currently working on their debut solo album with Music Completely Dedicated to the Movie. And at the request of the Ghent De Bijloke Music Center, Nordman wrote an audio clip two years ago mental illnessJohn Parker’s thriller from 1955. For those who ask: Yes, mental illness Bloody, Lynch movies aren’t immediately flashy and you can even say that is the documentary Boes The good president He has a horror character as the main character. But no, Nordman has really nothing to do with horror.

Concertfilm In velvet Fits for Spot On Jazz Online Concert Series. Watch the movie below, or across www.jazz.be.

Nordman’s third album was released in September. With humble In Velvet, the Ghent quartet ditches the stubborn jazz and rock jacket forever. Seven months later, however, Nordman was unable to present the album directly. So saxophone player Matthias de Crane hired photographer / director Jeff Bose. With success: Boes, who had already gone on tour with Balthazar and Deus, took the opportunity to support the musicians with a musical thriller; it wasn’t the first time that Boes had edited his photos under Nordman’s music. Before he went to the United States to produce a documentary on Donald Trump’s first year at the White House, he watched Nordman at the Ghent Trade Fair. When the band played The King, a song from their second movie, The Boiling Ground (2017), he knew that this would be the soundtrack to The Good President, as the documentary would be called. And so it happened, but don’t expect any interviews, behind-the-scenes parties, or footage of the roads pulling drum sets at In Velvet. “We didn’t necessarily want to create a whole world around the movie, but we wanted to let our music speak and capture the live feeling, as Radiohead does in its basement sessions, for example,” says De Craene. So Velvet became a live recording, the adaptations are full of adventure and each song gets a different color, as in Nick Cave’s new Idiot Prayer. The movie was filmed at Robot Studios in Ghent, where Eefje de Visser also filmed a musical, Live or Not Boyz. The director was inspired by recording The King, the last song from the group, on the famous Lost Highway saxophone scene, the disturbing David Lynch neon. The blast, influence of Strobo and the aggressive sax from Lost Highway are reflected in Nordmann’s music. “Boes isn’t the only one connecting quartet to the world of cinema. Mattias De Craene is currently working on his first solo album with“ Music Completely Dedicated to Film. ”At the request of Ghent De Bijloke’s Music Center, Nordman wrote a soundtrack two years ago for dementia, the thriller John Parker of 1955. He could even say that the Boes documentary The Good President has a horror character as the main character, but no, Nordman really has nothing to do with horror.

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