The Belgian band Present has been one of the best avant-rock bands in the world since its formation in 1979. Over the years since then, Present has released nine amazing albums, and now they're ready to start work on number ten. They're looking for some financial help from their fans around the world.
by Jon Davis, Published 2019-12-11
From their crowdfunding page:
The Belgian progressive rock band PRESENT will be working on the production of its 10th album over the course of 2020.
Collective rehearsals and studio recording sessions will take place in Brussels in February 2020.
The studio mixing work will then be performed in Tel Aviv by Udi Koomran, sound engineer of the group, over a period of about 2 months.
The personnel for this outing will be Roger Trigaux (composition, keyboards, vocals), François Mignot (guitars), Dave Kerman (drums), Pierre Chevalier (piano, keyboards, composition), Keith Macksoud (bass), Kurt Budé (clarinet, saxophone), and Liesbeth Lambrecht (violin), along with Udi Koomran (sound recording, mix).
Check out the link below to help out at whatever level you can. A variety of gifts are available at the different contribution levels.
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