Japanese Force over Austria!

Miss Hawaii feat. E‑da (JAP) ///

Fri, June 17 2005, 20:00 /// 
quitch, Unte­re Donau­län­de 10, Linz ///

in coope­ra­ti­on with skug

Live as Miss Hawa, Tepp­ei Oza­wa and E‑da, drum­mer of Bore­doms, are bea­ting Felix Kubin hands down. Unbrid­led mad­ness, dif­fe­ren­tia­ted Japan-Noi­se bet­ween New Wave, NoWa­ve and free rock!

The hot­test act at the Sound­Brid­ges Fes­ti­val. A reve­la­ti­on for the eyes and ears! Tepp­ei Oza­wa, doing croo­ked elec­tro­nics with a Mexi­can hat on his head, was baw­ling his eyes out and thanks to the punk-inspi­red drum exer­ci­ses by E‑da, the who­le thing accrued to a power­ful disco‑, New Wave and Elec­tro­ni­ca-infec­ted Noi­se-No Wave-per­for­mance, which reached the top with an European improv-dimen­si­on by Jyr­gen Hall of Augs­burg Tafel­con­fect. It was sheer lun­a­cy!

Well, E‑da sends his mail regards with “peace and punk!”, that’s why his mail to thank the Sound­Brid­ges-orga­ni­zers skug & fluc_mensa is men­tio­ned here: “Thanks for ever­ything in Vien­na. I enjoy­ed, lots of good beer, good peop­le. I was impres­sed about how many peop­le came to expe­ri­ment gigs, that was real­ly spe­cial. Eng­land has­n’t got it. I want to do a more bet­ter gig next time. This time I could­n’t hear the moni­tor speaker clear­ly and had a micro­pho­ne pro­blem. But I did best. I enjoy­ed it. Did you find any super per­for­man­ces? Here is my address: Upper Eatons Cot­ta­ge Ashurst West­Sus­sex BN443AQ Eng­land. See you next time. I’m loo­king for­ward to come down the­re again.”

(Pho­tos: qujOchÖ)