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Ghom : A Debate About A Lobster

As you may know, we regulary host performance arts at Home of Art. On May 12 you're welcome to join us to 2 concerts in art gallery Home of Art Den Haag; Sahil Bahl and Ghom.

Ghom released a new album not too long ago; "A Debate About A Lobster". To get a small impression of their music, have a look at this video:

Recorded in November 2017 @ Lab Of Plastic Electric, Amsterdam
by Madhav Agarwal & Rengert Eggink,
Assistant recording: Weronika Wrzosek
Mixed and mastered at Slow Down Studio by Madhav Agarwal & Rengert Eggink
Directed by Clara Davies and Ghom
Runner: Sahil Bahl

GHOM is:
Rob Talin: guitars, vocals,
Maya Felixbrodt: viola, vocals,
Ali Çağlar Erdoğan: percussions ,
Synth and backing vocals by David Gould,
(Additional double-bass by Shaya Feldman)

"Experimental-folk / Alternative-rock combo, blending many different sounds from Israel, Italy, UK and Turkey. Viola, Guitar, Loop, Synth & Cajon our gears. GHOM embraces dream pop and experimental vibes with Eastern music, layering loops & girl /guy voice.

Maya Felixbrodt & Rob Talin met in Istanbul by playing Viola and Guitar in the indie folk-pop project MavaRoz. Maya comes from the experimental music scene of The Netherlands and Rob from the noise-grunge scene of North of Italy. In 2017 the duo relocated to Amsterdam and established the new sound of Ghom together with Ali Çağlar Erdoğan (percussion) who brought his Turkish background and Indian music influences.

Last year Ghom performed all around Amsterdam: Home of Art, Zaal 100, OT301, Vrankrijk, Checkpoint Charlie, De Ruimte, Plantage Dok and more and in summer 17' toured in Sicily. They also organise the "FREAKS OUT!" Festival @ the Vondelbunker. Their music project involves a guy and girl voice, colorful percussive sounds, loops, many sound effects and some personal lyrics. Spacing from alternative rock to instrumental sounds, from country tunes to Turkish folk rhythms, all with an experimental touch.
In November 2017 David Gould from the UK joined the band by playing synth and backing vocals."

Are you looking forward to hearing them live? Join us on May 12! More info HERE.

 

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