This weekend I will be visiting Vienna for the first time. I’m looking forward in seeing one of Europe’s most important historical and cultural centers, but besides the usual sightseeing, I’m also eager to check the pulse of the night culture of this famous Danube city.
Saturday I’m very interested in seeing The KVB live at Fluc.
The KVB (Clan Destine Records / UK)
shoegaze wave / uk / live
Vlad (Station To Station)
romo / cz / dj-set
CIR (Christopher Intensity)
body mind / at / performance
S&D (Sirius and Darktunes)
synth disco / at / host djs
berlin / movieshowcase
New release from Sumerian Fleet on Creme Eclipse. Big Menacing Darkwave with an industrial tinge from this mysterious West Coast super group, like someone finally removed those damn sunglasses from the Sisters of Mercy dude and showed him the world was an even sadder place than he imagined. Little was heard of him since.
The third release from Violet Poison label, featuring three industrial remixes by Vatican Shadow, Roly Porter and Kanging Ray.
Factory Floor offer up a substantial distraction while the band put the finishing touches on their debut album, due out on DFA Records in early 2013. Their last single “Two Different Ways” is remixed by two different electronic music leaders. Richard H Kirk, co-founder of both Cabaret Voltaire and Sweet Exorcist, puts his own warped spin on the single, while Perc aka Ali Wells, takes the original and piles on his signature throbbing bass for the main remix. Perc also offers up a ‘Noisy Mix’ taking avant waves of feedback and noise and shaping into something unexpectedly beautiful.