[press for the Artists Wanted feat. Laetitia Souliler, music by Hannah Thiem, Copal, The Bell Cycle on 7/26/12] Underground party organizers TheDanger ostensibly held their final event after seven years of extravagant art-infused celebrations in November 2011, but yesterday an email went out alluding to their long promised return as a reimagined experience, kicking off tonight with the opening of French photographer Laetitia Soulier’s exhibition at the Aperture Foundation Gallery presented by Artists Wanted. Her opening, said to be “just a hint” of TheDanger’s “full grand adventure” to be announced in September, will have gypsy-influenced music by violinist Hannah Thiem, violin and cello-led group Copal, and guitar and cello duo the Bell Cycle, performed alongside Soulier’s shockingly beautiful and eerie photographs… Read more.
[press for the NYC Shpongle | EOTO | Phutureprimitive | Hannah Thiem show on 4/20/12] To say this roster of artists- Shpongle, EOTO, Phutureprimitive, Hannah Thiem, Random Rab and Bluetech – have been some of the most influential and most-listened to in my life is no stretch of the imagination. It was like my secret dream night come true… Phutureprimitive went on to an already roaring crowd, warmed up by the hauntingly beautiful, emotional ocean of love that pours out of Hannah Thiem’s violin… Read more.
- by Caelila at Lostinsound.org
[press for the House of Blues, Boston EOTO show on 2/09/12] Stuff you’ve never heard before includes the first time Zebbler & Encanti will perform with Copal’s Hannah Thiem. Thiem is a gypsy violinist who has previously opened for Shpongle and EOTO, as well as Bassnectar and The Rolling Stones. And they’re sufficiently stoked. “She’s really into electronic music. She’s going to be sitting in on one of our tracks and it’s so beautiful,” says Encanti. “It’s going to be one of the more special moments of our career. I think our fans will associate very strongly with it, they’re getting another layer on it, and it’s just this beautiful layer of violin.” … Read more.
- Together Boston