Stream: full performance of Oiseaux-Tempête & Friends at Le Guess Who? 2019 Tue Feb 25th Unable to show videos. Please click here to accept cookies and enable embedding of videos. Oiseaux-Tempête & Friends gave an overwhelming and immersive performance at Le Guess Who? 2019, joined on stage by G.W. Sok (King Champion Sounds, formerly The Ex), Jessica Moss (Thee Silver Mt. Zion Memorial Orchestra & Tra-La-La Band), Mondkopf and Radwan Ghazi Moumneh (Jerusalem In My Heart, also LGW17 curator). Oiseaux-Tempête’s cross-cultural, multi-genre improv rock has a tendency to unfold in places of turmoil, recording records in Greece, Turkey and Lebanon in the past. The core duo of Frédéric D. Oberland and Stéphane Pigneul strongly embraces the communal and collaborative aspects of music. All musicians part of the special performance at Le Guess Who? were also involved in Oiseaux-Tempête’s newest album ‘From Somewhere Invisible’, released in October 2019. We now share the audio of the full performance, which took place in TivoliVredenburg's Ronda. Stream below or via Cast the Dice, who premiered the recording: Listen + watch more Le Guess Who? recordings via our archive. "Friday was also off to a triumphant start with Oiseaux-Tempête, who performed one of our favourite sets of LGW? 2017, back then in a much smaller venue. Two years on, they were even more powerful and impressive, performing with guests who collaborated on the new album, including G.W. Sok, Mondkopf and Jean-Michel Pirès, as well as Jessica Moss on violin and Radwan Ghazi Moumneh on electric buzuk and modular system." - Cast the Dice Oiseaux-Tempête & Friends:G.W.Sok – vocalsMondkopf – analog synthsJessica Moss – electric violinRadwan Ghazi Moumneh – electric buzuk, modular system, voiceFrédéric D. Oberland – electric guitar, synths, alto sax, fluteStéphane Pigneul – electric bass VI & bass, modular system, analog synthsJean-Michel Pirès – drums & percussion Captured on Friday, 8 November 2019, at TivoliVredenburg's Ronda during Le Guess Who? 2019.Recorded and mixed by Marc Broer & Philip ten Brink.Photography by Tim van Veen.