Hier findet ihr die Künstler/Bands.


  • 01. Boa Boa
    02. Gouzier
    03. Maw
    04. Shkrn
    05. Psaha
    06. Sekpah
    07. NNN
    08. Tang
    09. Capicci
    10. Koridasan



    [engl] Two atonally lurching and wobbling basses intertwine, overloaded with distortion. Drums and vocals, combined in one person, beat around wildly and jump courageously into the deep bass frequencies. Absurd noise between joy of playing, hysteria, invitation to a deadly duel and fits of laughter. The trio LE SINGE BLANC from Metz is ready to jump in your face with “bouncy psyche noise”. One crazy impact follows the next; they swapped the built-in shock absorbers for a trampoline in France. If you think about LIGHTNING BOLT, your synapses will probably pop out automatically, but you're getting closer to it. “Arrebato” is equal parts reckless and self-indulgent. (OX 169)
  • 1. La Santé des nuques rouges [Culture Emotion + LSB]
    2. Don Julio [Secte + Mr Verdun + LSB]
    3. Boringo [Don Vito + Bstn Chmpns + LSB]
    4. Takayakapourquoi [Eve et Heidi + LSB]
    5. Les Rivières de sang [Krinator + Besoin Dead + LSB]
    6. Non lavoro per te [Riccardo Rico Gamondi + LSB]
    7. TGV [Val l'enclume + Arnaud Marcaille + LSB]
    8. Gango Prudyo Blasterko [Trrrma + Pavel Viry + LSB]
    9. 2mn [Double Nelson + LSB]


    Gol-Goth Attack Volume III

    [engl] After 2006, when The Noble Folly of rock’n’roll saw the light of day, we all thought that this cd, volume three of the series Sex and Drugs and Rock’n’roll, was Trespassers W’s swansong. Individual members chose their own path and singer Cor Gout intensified his career as a writer of poetry, short stories, essays and (in 2021) a novel. Being the musician that he is, he surrounded some of his books with music: Muziek in zwart wit (Music in black and white) illustrated the interviews with Dutch jazz-musicians from the thirties, forties and fifties with songs, performed bij John and Annelies van Markwijk, Ab Bol, former Trespassers W-drummer Peter Bos and Cor Gout, that had made these old jazz-celebrities famous. His short stories and poems about his home town The Hague were extended with songs, poems and cabaret, performed by John van Markwijk, Peter Bos and Cor Gout under the moniker of Gekruld Haags (Curly Hague).* But blood appeared to be thicker than water, and in 2014 Trespassers W rose from its ashes with the one-sided lp One Sided Love Affair (2014), followed by the 7” Stowaway ep (2016) and the cd Ferrageau, an epic poem written by Cor Gout and put to music by Lukas Simonis and Frans Friederich, which Trespassers W released under the name of Trireem (2020). And, believe it or not, in our awkward corona days they managed to record a new lp/cd – in the Trespassers W-tradition a concept lp/cd –, called Koala and other metamorphoses. Let’s conclude this press release by establishing that since 2006 Trespassers W metamorphosed several times, but in these recreations de band never disappeared. On the contrary: it changed back into the elusive band it always had been.