Steve Summers (live),
Horrors DJ (Coffin Joe and Tom Furse),
Bill Kouligas (PAN)
Primitive London and Xenoglossy have collaborated to bring you an enticing evenings decadence and debauchery. Based in the sublime setting of Hysteria on Kingsland road, there will be live music, video art and installation pieces.
Presenting live showcases:
Innergaze (100% silk, Cititrax)
Innergaze drag us slightly further back into the glorious cradle of dance music. Their music, crushed and static, obscured by sound. EBM, coldwave, early techno fight it out for dominance of the drum machine. Casually brutal vocals force their way through from the Death Factory. As if Chris & Cosey's dalliances with the Eurythmics had conjured a restless pioneering demon to duet with Annie Lenox but had instead ended up consuming her. Celestial synths coexisting with the industrial landscape bellow.
Steve Summers (L.I.E.S, Confused House)
Brooklyn's Jason Letkiewicz is a traditionalist. Encountered out of context, virtually any of his projects could be mistaken for decades-old tracks left moldering on basement tapes. As Alan Hurst, he records droning coldwave; his Rhythm Based Lovers makes twinkling electronic funk with a New York-via-Miami pedigree; as Steve Summers, he dedicates himself to analog house tracks rooted in Chicago and New York/New Jersey. "In the Mode for Love," despite the title, is an ominous, nail-bitten jam that takes after Bam Bam's "Where's Your Child." It's lo-fi as fuck, caked in grit and greasy flangers, and with a down-pitched growl that chills to the bone.
With DJ support from:
Horrors DJ (Coffin Joe and Tom Furse)
An night of raw allure and sensory liberation!
Escape the shackles of your lifestyle..