Some say Rock N Roll will never reach the same primitive raw vein hit of Bo Diddley at his more subhuman lurch.
Or no unit can ever scramble the marbles left of what brain boiling suburban electronic punk outsiders did in the mid 70’s.
Whatever you think, there is no denying the homemade nuclear war Wolf Eyes has left on music. Wolf Eyes was birthed in the shadows by a few liked minded individuals: Nate Young, Aaron Dilloway and John Olson in the late 90’s in Michigan.
Wold Eyes | Black Vomit
Wolf Eyes has become more than band, but a collective mutant ensemble, an art abstraction unit: musicians, print makers, photographers and more, all who share a primal shadowy vision of decoding the wilderness into the soul of humanoid from the deep audio arsenals.
Today, Wolf Eyes are pleased to announce their return with a European tour and a new a record, No Answer : Lower Floors. The No Answer : Lower Floors material covers all bases: tough to toughest to tangled, all done in the Wolves’ least convoluted smooth style simple yet tangled rhythms.
Wolf Eyes | Human Animal
The vocals, delays, primitive electronics, woodwinds and raw guitar of newest member Jamas Baljo create a new destroyed space to crawl through.
Over the past years, Miles Whittaker‘s output has seen him traverse many musical fields, gathering a massive amount of sonic ingredients to add to his colossal bubbling cauldron.
Miles | Primer
All with the aim of creating a continuous series of genre-defying and diverse tonics that curiousely seem to be linked by some underlying esoteric theme.
As MLZ and one half of PENDLE COVEN, he delved deep into the atmospheric capabilties of Techno and House, and with collaborator Sean Canty has fused universal influences from poineering electronics to obscure ethnic sounds with Occult aesthetics under the hood of DEMDIKE STARE.
Miles | On The Fly
With his recent album “Facets“, the idea that Whitakker is interested in the concept of perpetuating a formulaic standard is more apparent than ever, and are naturally more akin to creating and presenting boundless sonic excursions intent on challenging the notion that electronic music has limits.
Stockholm-based Sand Circles started out in late 2010, releasing fuzzy tapes filled with faded synth chords and reverb-refracted melodies. Filtering pulsing, primitivist drum machinery through dusty tape echo units, it’s music for the ocean floor, rather than the dance floor.
Sand Circles | Motor City
Embracing the imperfections, the tracks are often recorded in an one-shot straight to the fourtrack, reworking the idea of what modern techno music can and cannot be.
“MOTOR CITY” which came out on Not Not Fun last year was widely acclaimed by audiences and press alike and made it into the Best of 2012 lists of Fact Magazine, Boomkat and Gorilla vs Bear.
Wolf Eyes, Miles & Sand Circles LIVE
Thursday, 25 April 2013 | 20:00 CET
Festsaal Kreuzberg | Skalitzer Str. 130 | 10999 Berlin/Kreuzberg