Pie&Vinyl along with Strong Island Recordings presents and previews three special new acts for your enjoyment.
Headlining is the new Industrial pop solo project from Ayşe Hassan (Savages/Kite Base) FFO: Nine Inch Nails, St Vincent, Massive Attack.
Summoning egregors of the anthropocene, HYPERSTITION DUO plunge deep to deliver a maximalist collective immersion into their own lysergic phonosphere. Featuring ex members from BLOOD SPORT.
When? – Friday 21st June
Where? – The House Of Rapture, Staggeringly Good Brewery (find more details HERE)
How Much? – £5 on the door or FREE with a pre order of ESYA new EP… Please Order HERE
More info on the bands below –
Join the FB event HERE
Shares 2nd single ‘Everything‘
New EP Absurdity of ATCG (I) due 24th May
UK live dates + London launch show 30th May
“a brewing wind, a heavy cloud on the cusp of a downpour” – Pitchfork
Eşya is the solo project from Ayşe Hassan (Savages/Kite Base); an unsettling, beat driven, wonky exploration of the absurdities of life.
Her latest EP, Absurdity of ATCG (I), is due on 24th May and is the second in a series of self-released works exploring the myriad manifestations of selfhood through a whirlwind of FM and analog synths, drum machines and vocals.
Today she shares her latest single ‘Everything’, a swirling tempest of industrial electronica, which Ayse says reflects “The repetitious nature of hope in our lifetime, the hope that our lives will turn out the way we want. The hope that our desires and dreams will be fulfilled, reciprocated and sometimes we may loose or find ourselves throughout that process.”
Listen to ‘Everything’ here:
HYPERSTITION DUO (formerly Blood Sport)
Summoning egregors of the anthropocene, HYPERSTITION DUO plunge deep to deliver a maximalist collective immersion into their own lysergic phonosphere. Lurching, polyrhythmic pathways crumble and re-assemble; elastic dynamics snap; propulsion sparks from the nerve-centre of machine and corporeal entanglement. Featuring ex-members of Blood Sport, templexing, möbius loops and cybernetic subjectivities abound in an attempt to conjure escape vectors in a world of ubiquitous sound.
Because they WANNA. catch’m if ya can ~