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MOTOR XV

EVENTS

MOTOR XV


Our (semi-)monthly party of mutant techno churns on with Morphine artist Lack!

LACK (NC; Morphine Records)
http://www.juno.co.uk/products/lack-expect-night-work/521813-01/

HOM (Oly; MOTOR)
http://motorcollective.bandcamp.com/album/bound-somn

Apartment Fox (Portland; ex-operative)
http://beaconsound.bandcamp.com/album/bnsd001-apartment-fox

Simic (Tacoma)
https://soundcloud.com/simictacoma

DJ Kaori Suzuki 
http://www.magicechomusic.com/

Visuals by Coldbrew Collective

21+ | $5 | 9p
www.motorcollective.com

About Lack's release, Expect Night Work: 
"Considering Philip Maier is yet another talented export from the Carrboro, North Carolina underground (see also Profligate, Lazy Magnet and Secret Boyfriend), it should come as little surprise that Expect Night Work sits at the intersection of techno and noise. But what truly distinguishes this music is just how haunted it is by proto-industrial primitivism, namely mid-'70s Cabaret Voltaire and early Pyrolator. "Perfervidae," "Aphelion" and "Emenice Grise" are harsh, diagrammatic studies in rhythmic rot built from grubby synth chords, clubfooted kicks and what sounds like the dying pulses of archaic heart monitors. "Imprii"—eight minutes of choked reverb and rusty percussion that's steadfast in its denial of momentum—is just as austere. However, behind all that thick, analog crud is a musician who's deceptively fussy about sound design. After all, it takes a lot of hard work to make music this perfectly decayed." -Justin Farrer, Resident Advisor

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