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Jimi Tenor and his band
(Maurice Fulton - bass, Chris Dawkins - guitar, Ilkka
Mattila - guitar , Jukka Eskola - trumpet, Jay Kortehisto
- trombone and Mikko Hassinen - drums) are on tour,
check the dates here.
If you can't make it to
any of the shows, you can hear Jimi's gig at Concorde
2, Brighton, streamed at www.totallyradio.com
along with an interview (coming up soon).
A launch party for Jimi's
new album Utopian Dream takes place at Cargo,
London, Oct 22. Jimi will of course be playing with
his band, DJ support comes from Jori Hulkkonen. Win
tickets for this special event at www.sleazenation.com.
Tenor's documentary film Sähkö
- the Movie will be screened at Mixmove,
a french festival of electronic music and images, which
takes place Oct 19-21 in Paris. Jimi's film is scheduled
to be shown on Sunday, Oct 21 at 02 am.
whole Tavastia show, selections of which were featured
on Jatzofrenia (see below), will be brodcast sometime
in the near future on Finnish Ylen Ykkönen. Details
will follow later. Meanwhile see some photos
from the outstanding show.
Jimi Tenor & UMO's
recent show at Tavastia is featured on Radiomafia's
Jatzofrenia on Thursday, October 4. If you don't happen
to be in Finland, you can tune in on the web at the
site. The show starts 21.20 Finnish time.
Meet the Moonfolks! Watch
the new Jimi Tenor video by Jacob Remin here!
Jimi Tenor's music can
be heard in Timo Humaloja's film Laina-aika
(Borrowed Time) on Finnish TV1 tonight (Oct 1) at 21.20.
A Jimi Tenor special is
coming up on the German music channel Viva 2. The show
is called Wah˛ and airs on Oct 9 and again on Oct 14.
See the Viva
2 site for more.
Tenor's Utopian Dream is out Oct 5. Moonfolks, a song
from the new album, is available as an mp3 download
Check out the album info along with links to reviews
City 2001, a transient radio station active from Sep
30 to Dec 31 2001, is broadcasting 24 hours a day from
a laptop at Kiasma (the Museum of Contemporary Art,
Helsinki). Rarely heard experimental electronic music
will reach the Helsinki area at 103,1 Mhz FM. The rest
of the world is served on the web.
The programme includes
Suburban Sax by Jimi Tenor and Tapani Rinne, and Impostor
For programme details and more, visit www.kiasma.fi/arsradio/.