The DEMENT3D act has two Australian dates lined up for May.
The elusive French techno outfit, made up of an indeterminate number of anonymous members, has been operating since 2010 and releasing music through Parisian label Dement3d Records since shortly thereafter. Their first representation in Australia will be taking place early next month, with Silo hosting Polar Inertia live at My Aeon in Melbourne on May 8th with support from Qualé, David Mummery and Emmymaie. Strange Signals will be running the Sydney gig the following night at The Oxford Hotel which also features locals Asger Jorn, XXX and Jōetsu. Tickets to both the Melbourne and Sydney parties are available here on RA.