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Sudie (Album Release Show)
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Saturday Jul 20, 2024
Dinner Time
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Monday Jul 22, 2024
Non Player Character
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Tuesday Jul 23, 2024
Previous Indistries
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Wednesday Jul 24, 2024
Secret Towns “Summerland” Album Release
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Thursday Jul 25, 2024
Dillon
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Friday Jul 26, 2024
The Folk Implosion
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Saturday Jul 27, 2024
The Pierres
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Monday Jul 29, 2024
The Body
Dis Fig
w/ Cel Genesis
Tuesday Jul 30, 2024
Orpheus & The Animal
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JUNA
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A Benefit Show for Big Bro DJ Lowe Ki
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Fuera de Sektor
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Layzi
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TC Superstar
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Friday Aug 23, 2024
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Wednesday Aug 28, 2024
James Lewis
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Thursday Aug 29, 2024
SOBA SOUNDS VOLUME III
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Saturday Sep 07, 2024
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Monday Sep 09, 2024
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Youbet
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Wednesday Sep 11, 2024
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Saturday Sep 14, 2024
RIXE
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Friday Sep 20, 2024
Tinzo + Jojo
Saturday Sep 21, 2024
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Tuesday Oct 01, 2024
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Thursday Oct 03, 2024
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Friday Oct 04, 2024
Fake Fruit
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Saturday Oct 05, 2024
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Wednesday Oct 09, 2024
ULTRA SUNN
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FLAKE
Monday Oct 14, 2024
Being Dead
Tuesday Oct 15, 2024
Mint Field
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Monday Oct 21, 2024
French Police
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Monday Oct 28, 2024
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Monday Jul 29, 2024
18+ | 8:00 pm | $17 - $20
529 & Speakeasy Promotions & Irrelevant Music Presents:

The Body

Dis Fig

Cel Genesis

The Body

The Body is a prolific musical force whose creativity is matched only by the astonishing weight of their sound. Duo Lee Buford and Chip King have established their own musical language that reimagines how rhythm, dynamics, and sonics can shape or dismantle song structure. Over the course of two decades, the duo has consistently challenged assumptions and defied categorization, redefining what it means to be a heavy band. On their new album, The Body are again pushing limits and testing the boundaries of the studio to explore the extremes and microtonality of distortion to find its maximal impact. I’ve Seen All I Need To See is The Body at their most incisively bleak, a towering monolith of noise.

I’ve Seen All I Need To See marks both a return and departure for The Body. In contrast to the electronic-centric instrumentation and production-heavy arrangements of previous albums and Buford’s work in Sightless Pit, this album is focused on their core live sound: Buford’s booming, resolute drums paired with King’s obliterated guitar and howl. Following albums with extensive guest performances and acclaimed collaborations with Thou, Uniform, Full of Hell, and more, I’ve Seen All I Need To See is almost entirely the core duo. Guests vocalist/pianist Chrissy Wolpert and vocalist Ben Eberle are used very sparingly. Course, bristling distortion contorts every instrument, with samples of spoken word, cymbals, toms and King’s already noxious tone emerging from layers of feedback. The myriad of tonal interplays, captured in detail, has a movement all its own. The Body, together with engineer Seth Manchester of Machines With Magnets, capture the complexities of distorted sound in stunning detail. The clarity and the cacophony exceed anything they’ve created before, morphing desolate, festering soundscapes into an exhilarating sonic universe.

The Body

Dis Fig

For Berlin-based producer and DJ Felicia Chen (aka Dis Fig), risk-taking and provocation is an integral part of the creative process. Chen’s live show fleshes out the unflinching sonics of debut LP PURGE (released in Spring 2019 on New York collective and experimental label PTP) into an astonishing and annihilating spectacle, her singularity on stage only augmenting the sense of a very personal rite of exorcism.

Marking a move away from the dancefloor strictures that Dis Fig continues to explore in her full-blooded, multi-layered DJ sets, PURGE is a calculated procedure towards a new chaotic world. Tinted by fever dream atmospherics, Chen places her own vocals, which morph between inconsolable distorted wails and polyphonic reverie, at the forefront. Purge is an involuntary act; it journeys into the body-breaking cost of emotional repression and the crippling catharsis that inevitably follows.

“This ain’t just your run-of-the-mill wall of power electronics and angry screams … Dis Fig’s range is surprisingly undogmatic, including synthetic brass sections, flutes, and piles of quiet” – The Quietus

“Harrowing as they can be, PURGE’s compositional twists and turns are harsh enough to offer you the same thing that they offered Dis Fig herself — relief from the bad shit you’re holding inside” – VICE

In 2020, Dis Fig linked up with The Bug to create their album In Blue (released on Hyperdub), leaving her productions aside for intimate vocals and lyricism to match.

“Dis Fig is the latest collaborator who brings out the best in (The Bug), revealing a new facet of her own artistry and unlocking a new dimension to The Bug’s sound. Dis Fig transcends In Blue’s origins in genre exercise into an otherworldly fever dream, an album of tectonic bass and thundering drums that somehow feels intimate and sensual. It’s as much her triumph as it is his.” – Resident Advisor

Dis Fig

Cel Genesis

Cel Genesis