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For fans of:
Battles, Adebisi Shank, And So I Watch You From Afar
Experiencing an unexpected tragedy or loss often provokes a period of self-reflection, a time to contemplate one’s own place and purpose in the world. That was true for El Ten Eleven’s Kristian Dunn. When a beloved family member passed, Dunn found his own reflections on life emerging in the music he composed. Those expressions led to the creation of Tautology
— a sonic meditation on the arc of human life, composed in three parts.
Now El Ten Eleven are ready for the next chapter. The band are set to release their new album, New Year’s Eve
, on March 4.
It may not sound like it, since the songs throw you around with infernal power and firm intensity, but Aiming For Enrike is actually only two musicians: One guitar and one drum kit.
Together, Aiming For Enrike have created their own universe where everything is centered around what happens between the two of them in a rehearsal space, in a studio and on a stage. What you see is what you hear, and what you hear is pure joy, for the listeners and for the band.
The evening will start with another two-piece band whose punch is more powerful than you’d expect. NBLR’s songs are loaded with energy, giant soundscapes and intense riffs. NBLR doesn't take genres to seriously. What you get is mostly post-rock, casually surprising with other different tastes. In the end, it's only two really good friends, trying to have a whole lot of fun.
- Genres: Experimental & Math-rock
- Veranstalter / Zusammenarbeit: Veranstaltet von The Grape Sound Collective
- Ort: Klub
- Label: US + NO (Joyful Noise)