domenica 12 ottobre 2014



evan^patrick, DinMachine

Sun, October 12, 2014

7:00 pm

Cameo Gallery
93 N. 6th St.
Brooklyn, NY, 11211
Joshua, Elizabeth and Lewis Valleau have been making music separately and in pairs for years, but finally the triplets are united in a mission to take dance music into the darkest of nights.
Combining classical training in piano, guitar, harpsichord, drums, and voice with personal obsessions with synthesizers, drum machines, analogue tape and Live PA, WOLVVES seeks to push the fragile boundaries of dance genres into the psychedelic extremes of harmonic emotion.
WOLVVES are inspired by bells, ghosts, predators, white-knuckled terror, the tears of lost lovers, and the knowledge that "Every moment we are living in someone else's past" - William Gibson.
Their debut EP "Feed the Hand that Bites" is 4 tracks deep, with another 2 due before the Fall.
The music of evan^patrick is a dusk-to-after hours cityscape stretching from empty industrial lots to sleek glass bedrooms to the rusted black contours of a pontiac firebird.
A home-producer of "contemporary neon noir," evan^patrick is inspired by classic acts (Prince, Tears for Fears) present-day auteurs (Twin Shadow, Neon Indian) and stylish films/writers exploring dystopia and discontent ("Drive," "Donnie Darko," "Spring Breakers," Bret Easton Ellis, Don DeLillo.)
"...a sleek, melancholy '80s-pop vibe that's a good bet for fans of Haim and/or Francis and the Lights."
-Time Out New York-
evan^patrick's debut ep, night visions, is available now as a free "like" to download on facebook.
diNMachine is an electronic experimental rock band from New York, led by composer/keyboardist Michael J. Schumacher.
diNMachine is an electronic-experimental-rock band from New York. Michael J. Schumacher is composer and keyboardist, Sean Moran, guitarist, Hari Ganglberger, drummer and Nisi Jacobs on bass. diNMachine uses live instruments and synths along with recorded samples in richly layered, propulsive, genre-defying and very danceable tunes. No vocals (yet). The music is D&B at its core, with elements of noise, motorik, jazz, Afro-pop, post-punk, and 60's lounge. And don't forget the salsa!

Cameo Gallery
93 N. 6th St.
Brooklyn, NY, 11211

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