Martin Rev (of Suicide)

Martin Rev (of Suicide)

As the quieter half of the extremely influential late '70s electronic, proto-Industrial duo, Suicide, Martin Rev's job was to provide the droning, hiccuping beats and textured backdrops for his partner Alan Vega's animated rantings and onstage abusiveness. When the band split, Vega went on to pursue minor successes with stripped down electro-Rockabilly and two-note rock, while Rev's solo records continued with Suicide's sweet, childlike melodies and simple lyrics over desolate, monotone, minimalist electronics.

Infinity Shred (Album Release Party!)

“Where hip-hop meets post-rock,” these “casual shredders” have been serving up their self-proclaimed “cocktail metal” since 2012. More “sad EDM” than “synth pop,” their visuals draw you in with a “Carl Sagan meets Barrier Kult” aesthetic soundtracked by “technical drumming,” “synth shredding” and “aggressive guitars.

Tempers are Jasmine Golestaneh and Eddie Cooper, a New York-based synth/goth/electro/rock duo. Their music inhabits a realm of opaque romance. Delphic vocals tower precariously over propulsive beats, and shimmering, static-like synths merge with guitars that swell and vanish.

Their live performances are a portal into a red-lit shadow world, exploring the thin line between freedom and oblivion. Jasmine invokes a kind of Leonard Cohen muse, channeling a Blue Velvet dialectic of hypnotic abandonment and illuminated purpose. Beside her, Eddie is a dispassionate master of ceremonies, a sphinx-like solidity in the ether. Tempers create architecture within the searing thrum; concrete tones in ghost form.

$12.00 - $15.00


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