> CONSUMER ELECTRONICS + SLEAFORD MODS + CREMATION LILY Live in Nottingham, 9 March 2013
HARBINGER SOUND & RAMMEL CLUB PRESENT:
– CONSUMER ELECTRONICS
Since the demise of Whitehouse, Philip Best’s Consumer Electronics has become a wriggling sex machine, his frothing mania bursting forth over an electronic scree with a fervid tumescence that is frightening to behold.
It’s the first visit to Nottingham for almost a decade from this “dirty word specialist” so slip into something fancy and make a real night of it. On this occasion Consumer Electronics will be the duo of Sarah Froelich and Philip Best. Don’t expect a sympathetic ear.
– SLEAFORD MODS
Over skeletal beats the Mods unleash an airborne stream of anger so virulent it’d have the ebola virus cowering in the corner given half a chance. Upcoming LP, Austerity Dogs, on Harbinger Sound promises to be a stone classic already and deserves to be dropped on major population centres in the UK in much the same way as other explosive payloads.
– CREMATION LILY
The paucity of Internet yak on this unit should give you a clue as to how rare a live outing this is. Limited communiques from his own Strange Rules label go straight to the dedicated and are highly-sought after by the desperate. Dark and fractured electronics.
VENUE: THE CHAMELEON ARTS CAFE, Old Market Square Alleyway (Next to the Bell Inn, above Clinton Cards)
DATE: 9 March 2013
TIME START: 2000hrs
TICKETING: £5 Advance/£8 At The Door
(Advanced tickets available from 22 January via this link: http://www.wegottickets.com/event/205668)