Kūkangendai – formed in 2006 with Noguchi Junya on guitar and vocals, Koyano Keisuke on bass guitar, and Yamada Hideaki on drums. Performing as a three-piece, its tracks are made through a process of editing, replicating, and deliberate error. The music played in the form of three piece band (guitar, bass and drums) is created based on their idea of mixing edit, copy, repeat and error. Such twist and musical restraint in live performance makes their music to be strict, but humorous. The trio has proactively worked with various artists who are cutting-edge in their own genre. In October 2015, they organize an event ‘Kūkangendai Collaborations’ to present the culmination of these activities. The event aims for rebuilding the live performance from the point of view of words / sound / technology. The band is in charge of music for Brecht’s play Fatzer performed by a Chiten Theatre Company Kyoto since its premiere in 2013. The play which is staged with their live performance enjoys good reputation, and tours in Moscow, Beijing and Germany. They collaborate with Chiten and its director Miura Motoi on different occasions and projects, including: Mystery-Bouffe, Goodbye or Gambler.


Hardtickets – Jenaer Bücherstube am Johannistor [In Kürze]
Online-Tickets – www.TixforGigs.com

Eine Veranstaltung im Rahmen der Reihe „Musikalische Experimentierfelder“, gefördert vom Musikfonds e.V. mit Projektmitteln der Beauftragten der Bundesregierung für Kultur und Medien.


An event as part of „Musikalische Experimentierfelder“, funded by Musikfonds e.V. by means of the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media.