LUFF on tour 2010 - Japan

LUFF On Tour Japan happened in April 2010. It was a promo tour with the aim to prepare an hypothetic « extra muros » LUFF does Tokyo edition.

Overload Collapse, En Pire, Tokage and Syndrome WPW were the 4 swiss bands, whose members take part in the organization of the Lausanne’s fest. They plaid in several venues accross Japan and screened a short films’ selection made by Julien Bodivit, head of the LUFF. 

 

Here is the tour’s dates and venues :

12 avril 2010 @ Metal Hole Cool Down 4, LOOP-LINE, Tokyo (live music)

17 avril 2010 @ Sample White Room, Nara (live music)

18 avril 2010 @ Float, Osaka (films screening)

19 avril 2010 @ Kata-Kamuna, Kobe (live music)

21 avril 2010 @ Otemae University, Hyogo (live music+lecture+films screening)

25 avril 2010 @ UPLINK, Tokyo (films screening)

27 avril 2010 @ Urga, Tokyo (live music)

29 avril 2010 @ dEnOISE 2, SuperDeluxe, Tokyo (live music)

 

and the selection of short films :

- Les souffrances d'un oeuf meurtri - by Roland Lethem, Belgium, 1967 [14'19'']

- Thrust in Me  - by Richard Kern & Nick Zedd, USA, 1985 [8'07'']

- TERROR ! - by Ben Rivers, USA, 2007 [23'50'']

- Burn - by Reynold Reynolds & Patrick Jolley, USA, 2002 [10'26'']

- Formal and Informal Mechanisms, Vol. 2 : The Impact of the Concept of Culture on the Concept of Men - by Marco Bowald & Jean-Claude Campell, Switzerland, 2003 [5’15’’]

- Leave All Shiny Objects Behind, You Won't Need Them Where We're Going - by Thierry Kupferschmid, 2007, Switzerland [6’51’’]

- Hanna Krank. Eisessen am Napalmenstrandby Michel Teuber, 2007, Switzerland [13’52’’]

- Formal and Informal Mechanisms, Vol. 3 : Kinesic polymorphisms within internal flows of relatednessby Marco Bowald & Jean-Claude Campell, 2004, Switzerland [5’46’’]

- Yellow Fever  -  byFrédérick Maheux, 2008, Canada [6'00’’]

- Extase de chair brisée – by Pierre-Luc Vaillancourt & Frédérick Maheux, 2005, Canada [16'15’’]

- Formal and Informal Mechanisms, Vol. 6 : Betwixt liminal transition and paracompact convergenceby Marco Bowald & Jean-Claude Campell, 2006, Switzerland [8’55’’]

 

We wish to thank Pro Helvetia and the people who welcomed us during this crucial step.