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Jun 27, 2018

The Body


The Body

Jun 27th 7:30 pm - 1:00 am
Turf Club
THE BODY
with FALSE and LINGUA IGNOTA
Wednesday, June 27, 2018 at 7:30pm
$12.00 advance | $14.00 door
21+
Presented by: Radio K
Venue: Turf Club

PERFORMER: 

THE BODY

 

Absolutely no one makes music like The Body. With each release, the duo of Lee Buford and Chip King continue to defy the constraints of what it means to be a “heavy” band, seamlessly combining composition or production approaches from hip hop, pop, classical, as well as rock and electronica resulting in a rich and utterly singular sound. Equally at home on festival stages, art spaces, or in DIY basements, they transcend musical boundaries. Their ambitious creativity shapes their bleak worldview into propulsive, affecting, and even danceable music often drenched in distortion.

SPECIAL GUESTS: 

FALSE

 

Relentless. Intense. Powerful. These are words all commonly used to describe Minneapolis based Black Metal collective, False. Formed in 2010, the group have steadily worked their way onto the national and international radar for Metal and independent music through intensive touring and a small, yet well received back catalogue. Their debut full length effort, 2015's "Untitled", was met with critical acclaim which included being ranked among the best albums of 2015 by Pitchfork, Decibel Magazine and other outlets; an impressive feat for any band, let alone for a band's first full-length.

LINGUA IGNOTA

 

Kristin Hayter is an interdisciplinary artist, composer, and performer currently living in Rhode Island. A classically-trained vocalist, Kristin works with a variety of media and technology to create dense works harnessing the tech-mediated or acoustically extended voice, and is inspired by vernacular extreme forms such as black metal, power electronics, and harsh noise as well as sacred and liturgical music. Her solo project LINGUA IGNOTA explores violence and gender in extreme music through a morally ambiguous, emotionally/physically intense performance practice that has been described as “crushing.”

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