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Some Became Hollow Tubes, Squalor Fan, yellow6, Steckdose

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SOME BECAME HOLLOW TUBES A new project combining the talents of two of the finest producers of noise out there. Eric Quach (THISQUIETARMY, etc)'s looping layers of instrumentation give their music an ominous air but with the drumming of GODSPEED YOU! BLACK EMPEROR and EXHAUST's Aidan Girt sitting underneath it, their music has a familiarity that's hard to shake even when hearing it for the first time. Industrial landscapes flicker before your mind's eye and crumble again, and tension stretches time to the point where you're not quite sure how long you've been listening.

Their new album “Keep it in the ground” is out now on Gizeh Records! http://www.gizehrecords.com/gzh90-some-became-hollow-tubes-keep-it-in-the-ground.html https://somebecamehollowtubes.bandcamp.com/

SQUALOR FAN 3 points of an odd triangle. Reverb-drenched fuzz bass, heavy precision drumming and twisted sampled electronics. https://squalorfan.bandcamp.com/

yellow6 Yellow6 is the solo project of British guitarist Jon Attwood. Yellow6 has at times been described as post-rock, minimalist, electronica, ambient… the reality is that Yellow6 has some similarity with each of those genres but is not so easily definable, using aspects of drone, repetition, melody, harmony, noise and silence to create absorbing soundscapes to drift off into http://www.yellow6.com/ https://yellow6.bandcamp.com/

STECKDOSE "Steckdose supply improvised electronics, tapeloops, drones and field recordings. From Teesside via Birmingham" https://youtu.be/EvCZ3R0fTy8

Monday 7 7.30PMOctober2019-10-07T19:30:00Z2019-10-07T21:20:00Z

Rock & Pop

Centrala

Minerva Works
158 Fazeley Street
Birmingham

B5 5RS Birmingham GB

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