Archive for May, 2022

 

Needs Must

| date: 26 May 2022

Needs Must (when the devil drives)

Needs Must is a piece of avant-garde theatre created and performed by Petra van Beuningen and Charlie Watkins. Petra’s theatre talent, recognised in numerous theatrical projects, combines with Charlie’s Shitcluster experience to create a quirky tale of sex and violence spread over 60 minutes. The piece will be performed four times with technical support from Rob Bothof.

Entry is free and seat reservation is not possible. First come, first served basis, with a maximum of 50 visitors per performance.
Once visitors are admitted the doors will be closed and the performance will begin and no further admittance will be possible. So please come in plenty of time.

Friday 17 June doors open at 20.00
Saturday 18 June doors open at 15.00
Saturday 18 June doors open at 20.00
Sunday 19 June 22 doors open at 15.00

The bar will open after each performance with musical entertainment.

From https://www.quartair.nl/needs-must-when-the-devil-drives/

Sound Methaphors 23 – 2

| date: 14 May 2022

The ‘Untitled EP’ from Spiral Tribe’s brothers in arms Unit Moebius is a crushing exercise in distortion and dread. Opener ‘Summertime’ (spoiler, it’s not exactly Hed Kandi territory) manages to both feel enormous and pulverised into submission. As it progresses, everything is pushed near the point of total collapse. A breakdown of sorts, clanging and metallic, emerges briefly before you’re plunged back into an obliterating tunnel, tapering away to a smudgy bass tone. ‘Millenium’ and ‘Imperator’ are more refined, leaning on doomy, atmospheric synths. ‘C.P.U’ is just madness, building to a squall of borderline atonal noise sitting somewhere on the pleasure/pain axis.

from: https://www.testpressing.org/magazine/spiral-tribe-sound-metaphors

 

A generous collection of tracks, beautifully representative of the Spiral Tribe world. Coming on strong with “Summertime” a brute force exercise in synthesized rhythm, moving on to trippy dubbed out nuances over medieval bass lines – highly suggestive of time travel. On the flip side things get put back in fast gear with heavy 4 on the floor action propelled by dubbed out hi-hat. Ending with “CPU” which almost sounds like an attempt at shrinking the listener down to the size of an electron traveling inside the circuits of their samplers. Pioneering the distorted dutch techno sounds from The Hague.

from: https://www.phonicarecords.com/product/unit-moebius-untitled-ep-pre-order-sound-metaphors-23/180716

 

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