Premiere: Rodolphe Coster And Band Share The Free House Session

Rodolphe Coster And Band

On October 19, Rodolphe Coster and Band will release a beautiful live session shot in Capitane Records Studio: The Free House. A few weeks ago, Rodolphe and his European band got together to perform two tracks from High with The People debut album to be released in November. The session filmed in a sequence shot by Minhea Popescu captures all the electricalpower and life impulses released by Rodolphe Coster and Band. The session opens with “Gilles Memory”, an unreleased song, written in tribute to afriend of Rodolphe who died during the terrorist attacks that took place in Brussels in 2016. The second song performed is called “Seagulls Fly on Highways” released a few weeks ago as a single with the support of Brooklyn Vegan in the United States and New Noise Magazine in England.

Multidisciplinary artist and legendary activist from the Brussels scene, Rodolphe Coster has already lived several lives, died several deaths, and had as many resurrections.

At 43, he will release his first album under his own name this fall entitled High With The People.

Recorded at the legendary Studio G in Brooklyn, the album was produced by Matt Jones (Male Gaze, Castle Face Records) and brings together a dream team of soulful musicians including Jeff Tobias (Sunwatchers), Sarah Register (Lou Reed, Depeche Mode, Protomartyr), Atsuko Hatano, (Jim O’rourke) and Maya Postepski (Princess Century, The Organ)  among others.

The result is cold and irreverent rock, free from all shackles and oozing the rage to live through every pore.

During the last 5 years, the Brussels artist performed in Canada, Europe, the United States, and Japan and notably opened for Black Dice, Grimes, Molly Nilsson, Liars, Italia 90, and Thee Oh Sees.

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