Belgian indie/nu-classical/post-rock trio Nile On WaX stream new album ‘Bell Dogs’

10/09/2017 at 4:37 pm (Uncategorized)

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As announced previously and after unveilling some audio and video excerpts from the effort, Belgian Indie/doom/jazz/post-rock/psychedelic/neo-classical trio Nile On WaX just released its brand new full-length record ‘Bell Dogs’ for physical and digital formats through dEPOT 214 Records and the main legal platform such as iTunes, Deezer, Spotify…

In addition to the official release-news, the band shared the whole album for free streaming on Bandcamp.

Stream the whole album | Get your physical / digital copy

…For the record…

The instrumental trio formerly known as NOX was created in 2007 under the impulse of violin player Catherine Graindorge.

Active in numerous collaborations with artists such as John Parish, Bertrand Cantat (Noir Désir), Pascal Humbert (16 Horsepower) and Hugo Race (ex Bad Seeds), she joined forces with bass player David Christophe (Audiograve, David Lund, Upland…) and drummer Elie Rabinovitch and together they released two albums (‘Nox’ in 2009 & ‘Freaks’ in 2011) on the Belgian independant label Depot214.

The band also composed original music for choregraphy (for Marion Ballester at ‘Charleroi Danses’) and cinema (“Le Prix du Pain” by Yves Dorme, “L’œil silencieux” by Karim Ouelhaj,…). The American director Hal Hartley used two tracks from the album « Freaks » for his feature film “My America”.

Nile On waX´s third release, “Bell Dogs”, is released on october 2017.

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