Mount Analog presents
(Blackest Ever Black, Soleilmoon - LA)
(Yellow Electric, Kranky - Portland)
(Blackest Ever Black, Endangered Species - UK / Berlin)
TROPIC OF CANCER
(Blackest Ever Black - LA)
SONS OF MAGDALENE DJ set
(Audraglint - LA)
Saturday March 21
Hollywood Forever Cemetery
Flyer by Silent Editions.
Presale tickets available in person at Mount Analog and online via https://www.ticketfly.com/purchase/event/764067?utm_medium=bks
(tickets released at door based on availability)
The alias of Welsh-born, California-based Brian Williams, Lustmord first emerged as an associate of SPK in the early ‘80s, before embarking on a solo career that has yielded such classics as Heresy (1990), The Place Where The Black Stars Hang (1994) and (with Robert Rich) Stalker (1995). Often seen to epitomize “dark ambient”, it would be more accurate to say that his work simply goes deeper, further, than conventional ambient dares, or is able, to go.
Grouper is the solo project for electro-acoustic ambient/noise musician Liz Harris, of Portland, Oregon. Harris' music is a mixture of softly-strummed guitar, Wurlitzer keys, and her delicate, dreamy vocals, all of which are heavily drenched in reverb.
A camera-shy purveyor of “heartsore modern industrial and S-M techno”, Alexander Lewis’s sole release to date is an EP-cum-mini-LP entitled A Luminous Veil, released via Blackest Ever Black on 12″ and digital formats in April 2013. His body is in Berlin but his heart is in Soho.
Tropic of Cancer
Drenched in romanticism and soaked in themes of solitude, mortality and love, Tropic of Cancer’s music forms a strangely hypnotic connection with its listener. Camella Lobo’s majestic vocals, warmly cradled by waves of ascending synths, plangent guitar, and foreboding beats, summon the listener into a world of dark decadence and delicate beauty.
Sons Of Magdalene (DJ Set)
Joshua Eustis of Telefon Tel Aviv