Noaccordion’s Latest Collaborators add new musical tastes

Introducing noaccordion’s Latest Collaborators

Noaccordion is currently working on 10 new tracks that will be released this Summer 2016.

Past collaborators are being re-featured and new collaborators are joining in.

Welcome first time noaccordion contributors Eenor, Sunru & Delwin G

Welcome back returning collaborators Chatterbox and Mastah Lock

Here’s a bit about each one of them:

EENOR

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Eenor is a many dimensional multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, producer, and performer who has been received enthusiastically by audiences all over Europe and America. he’s enjoyed many musical adventures from touring Europe with Plainfield (an infamous S.F.punk band) , to studying with Indian Sarod master Ali Akbar Khan, to rocking the nation with Les Claypool’s Frog Brigade.  You’ve heard his guitar on the soundtrack of comedy central’s Southpark for years.  Eenor also recently toured worldwide for many years with The Yard Dog Road Show… an innovative cabaret cartoon ride through America’s past and future.

Eenors Website

SUNRU

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Sunru has lived 20 yrs in Oakland delivering a pure 333 vocal channel, unique fashion and handmade wearable art.  He is also the co founder of Town Futurist, which creates future forward change using Music, Art, Dance & Media as a vehicle to heighten the senses of the people & the culture. Sunru is currently on Tour on Asia.

Town Futurist Website

 

DELWIN G

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Delwin G is an urban Latin Poet, whose repertoire includes elements of Hip-Hop, R&B, Latin groves and Reggaeton. His innovative music and international appeal respond to today’s multicultural urbanites with a new sound for the global age – one that is true to urban hip-hop and cuts across ages, races and cultures. Delwin G boast an extensive artistic resume and brings something unique to the table.

Delwin G’s sound and performance is as dynamic as his energy, a wild reflection of rhythms, cultures, harmonies and flows. It would be foolish of the industry to sleep on this rare M C, one where all the elements are perceptible yet inseparable.

MASTAH LOCK

 

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Louie Lock is Music. Bringing fluid, body moving rhythms that get people to their feet and onto the dance floor. With meticulous technical metronome timing and the improvisational skills he has earned as a seasoned drummer, hand-percussionist, and mouth-percussionist, (Beat Box) Louie Lock is a walking Drum Machine with marathon stamina and breath control, mids, highs, to lows. He demonstrates devastating delivery and precise, crowd-pleasing powerhouse output. Louie (aka “Mastah Lock” or “BeatZ”) is literally a Living, Beat-Dropping Instrument, bringing syncopated variation to lift spirits in celebration

Mama Crow’s Website

 

CHATTERBOX

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Sirraum Nash aka Chatterbox was born and raised in the South Bay Peninsula of the San Francisco Bay Area in CA. He developed a knack for writing & composition at a very young age beginning to write words in rhyme and poetry at age 7. At age 13, he began to hone his lyrical improvisation skills. In the early 2000’s he became a founding member of Jazz Funk Hiphop band, Precise Device. Since 2009 he has been an integral member of  Big Tadoo Puppet Crew & The PuppetPlex, based out of Berkeley, CA. He currently uses beat boxing, singing, character voice acting and Emcee skills for environmental activism, food and social justice issues, Self expression & Composition for adult and children’s entertainment. He has traveled extensively across the USA with the Big Tadoo Puppet Crew and Sustainable Living Road Show.

 

Behind the Scenes at the MFLS MUSIC VIDEO SHOOT

These are snaps of behind the scenes during the MFLS 12 hour video shoot. It took a production crew of 6 to make this happen with most people volunteering their time. Oliver de Lantsheere and I produced this music video.We brainstormed a week before the shoot and a couple of days before the shoot I collected 50 vases, 2 wedding dresses, copious amounts of white fabric/lace, tables and chairs while Oliver filmed, crushed, froze, burned flowers I had gifted him. The night before we set up most of the backdrop at the Super Natural Factory in West Oakland. On Friday Feb 6 we began to unload at 3 pm. The party started with mimosas and snacks. Jalua and Donna spent hours on my make up and hair while Max, Noah and Oliver finished the set dressing. Max stepped in to finish off my recycled wedding dress and head piece  and then at 8 pm I was ready to go on set. We began to discuss and improvise what I would do up there.  We began rehearsing while Oliver continued to projection map and experiment with new images. Around 1 am, after many rehearsals, we began filming live takes.  I was allowed to do everything except break the vases so I had to pretend that until the last take. At 330 am, hours later, excited, blistered and exhausted, we opened the last bottle of champagne, toasted to the fun and insanity that comes with being creative and then took the last take. This time I was allowed to break glass which was exhilarating except I kicked my shoe off half way through the take and the floor was covered in broken class so I had to hop on one foot for the dancing scene.  We ended up prefering the last take, no edits, and chose it for the music video.  Thanks to Oliver de Lantsheere, Jalua Dell, Max Neuman, Donna Wood and Noizy Ark for helping me make this happen!!!IMG_8967 IMG_8980 IMG_8992 IMG_9013 IMG_9028 IMG_9054 IMG_9068 IMG_9083 IMG_9106 IMG_9107 IMG_9126 IMG_9130  IMG_9174 IMG_9180 IMG_9199 IMG_9253

 

Noaccordion is currently working on a new music instrumental EP that is inspired by the works of 19th century French Composer Eric Satie focusing on his Gnossienes and Gymnopedies

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Noaccordion in the art alley at how weird st fair in san franciso this sunday 12-8pm so come by and listen to music.

join us in the art alley this sunday, we will be playing off and on all day

1920562_695936433762240_2129174156_nTIME: May 4, 2014 at Noon
DESTINATION: A new way of thinking and living.
INFORMATION: https://HowWeird.org/
INSTRUCTIONS: Have Fun!

LOCATION: HOWARD & 2ND STREETS – 37°47’12.4″ N, 122°23’53.7″ W
DOWNTOWN SAN FRANCISCO, EARTH, SOL, MILKY WAY, UNIVERSE

Boarding commences at High Noon on May the Fourth.
Arrive early so that you do not miss any of the voyage.

Maximum fun can be achieved through acceptance and discovery of new and diverse things, as well as respect and appreciation for the unlimited creativity of the universe. In other words, be weird.

Fine tuned art and sound technology will be deployed to stimulate your mind, body, and soul. Music spanning the range of electronic music styles will provide an epic soundtrack for your dance through the cosmos.

How Weird is proud to host some of the best music and DJs on the planet for our journey into Outer Space. This year will feature 13 stages by Enchanted Forest, Muti Music, World Famous Productions, Symbiosis Gathering, Opel, Opulent Temple, Urge Productions, Space Monkeys, Pink Mammoth, SF House Music, Temple Nightclub, Pulse SF, Party Babas, Red Marines Festival, THINK YOU CAN DJ Game Show, The Boomtown Revue, Underground Nomads, Hookahdome, National Dance Week, SomaFM, and more. Come dance to the vibrations of peace!

Art Alley is in a new location this year, with expanded space and more art. Tehama Street, off of 2nd Street, will be filled with creativity and artistic delights, including live painting, exhibits, and interactive art murals.

noaccordion plays new music at clownsnotbombs fun(d) raiser tomorrow

join us tomorrow and help these talented funny folks keep doing what they are so good at, BRINGING LAUGHTER TO THE WORLD

noaccordion’s set is 1050-1130 pm and features MC Chatter

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