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Pictureplane live (Euromancer Tour) + Jam City + Eartheater + Crave + Juicy Gay

Pictureplane plays live at Urban Spree for the release of his much-awaited debut LP ” Technomancer” on the Anticon label (out October 30).

“Even though the future seems far away, it is actually beginning right now.”

 

DAWN OF THE DANCE + NOISEKÖLLN PROUDLY PRESENT

PICTUREPLANE (LIVE)
https://soundcloud.com/pictureplane

JAM CITY (LIVE)
https://soundcloud.com/jam-city

EARTHEATER (LIVE)
https://soundcloud.com/alex-drewchin

CRAVE (LIVE)
https://cccrave.bandcamp.com/

JUICY GAY (LIVE)
https://soundcloud.com/juicygay-1

BLACKBLACKGOLD (DJ)
https://soundcloud.com/goldecahedron

AGGO YORK (DJ)
https://soundcloud.com/aggo-york

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Travis Egedy aka Pictureplane is a Brooklyn-based multimedia artist whose forays against the status quo have disrupted fashion, galleries, and music in kind. While his 2011 album, Thee Physical, explored sensation and human touch, his newest dives into more ethereal territory: the anxiety of daily life in an era defined by constant technological interaction and observation. But the 11 songs heard here — fleshed out using sonic scraps of industrial, darkwave, ’80s EBM, ’90s house — aren’t purely paranoiac. As the title implies, Technomancer is as much about rediscovering the magic in our relationship with our machines.
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Technomancer was recorded across three years in Egedy’s garage, then finished in studios in New York and Los Angeles. He was also touring the world with the likes of Major Lazer and Crystal Castles, exhibiting his visual art in galleries abroad, and reading the works of Robert Bauval and Graham Hancock, men whose research in alt archaeology and ancient tech may help unlock truths about where humankind has been and, more importantly, where we’re headed. The two tracks featuring Skin Town’s Grace Hall (“Self Control,” “Live Forever”) deal with a controversial future that may already be upon us: where reality, even mortality, is able to be engineered.
But for all the eerie Vangelis-style ambiance (“Chaos Radical”), warped rave oddity (“Joyrider”), and distressing mechanized clang (“Death Condition”), Pictureplane’s latest is best defined by its title track. “Technomancer” finds our host grabbing the reigns of the beast, and suggesting that we do the same: “Manipulate your machine,” he sings over an electronic score that feels positively alive, “You’re a technomancer.”

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RKSS (LIVE)
“basement/submerged” tape release (nkt004)
https://soundcloud.com/rkss

333BOYZ
https://soundcloud.com/333boyz

TEXTASY
https://soundcloud.com/aciddallas

BRONZE (LIVE)
https://soundcloud.com/bronze

PANTENE (LIVE PREMIERE)
https://soundcloud.com/pantene-af

DJ MELISSA
https://soundcloud.com/xxxmelissa

MICHAEL ANISER (LIVE)
https://soundcloud.com/noisekoelln/michael-aniser-angst

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Postponed: SHOW ME the BODY (NYC)

Show Me The Body
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19.05.2020 Urban Spree
Doors 20:00 I Start 21:00

Show Me The Body started as a band in 2009 consisting of Julian Cashwan Pratt (banjo and vocals), Harlan Steed (bass), and Gabriel Millman (drums). Noah Cohen

Corbett (current drummer) joined the band in 2014. Their unique sound is heavily influenced, both sonically and in attitude, by the city that reared them: New York. The band has been at the forefront of the city’s underground since the release of their 2014 EP Yellow Kidney.
Over the ensuing years Show Me The Body established themselves as one of the most exciting bands in the city, through their torrid live show and distinctive sonics.
Dog Whistle, Show Me The Body’s most immediate and critically acclaimed body of work to date, is heavy yet honest. The album was produced by Chris Coady, Show Me The Body, and Gabriel Millman (original drummer and current in – house producer).
Dog Whistle was written in Long Island City, Queens and recorded in Los Angeles, California in the summer of 2018.

“Dog Whistle is a call to arms directed at the community, its sonic urgency reflecting the mounting challenges of surviving in the city,” writes The FADER. The album was released on March 29th, 2019 and follows Show Me The Body’s debut album Body War.

Show Me The Body has spent the last several years building and elevating a community of like minded artists and creative collaborators called Corpus. The first Corpus release was an eponymous mixtape featuring Denzel Curry, Princess Nokia, Eartheater, Moor Mother, and more. Corpus has also released projects from Trippjones, Dreamcrusher, and Dog Breath.

More recently, Show Me The Body toured with Code Orange and King Krule. They’re currently preparing to set out on tour with HEALTH and Daughters.

Tickets here

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