Thursday 17 November 2011 at 8:00pm
Wolstenholme Square, Liverpool, L1 4JJ, United Kingdom
Demdike Stare's music is concerned with opposing forces: decay and resurrection, loss and discovery, past and future, beauty and ugliness. Defiantly futurist, it taps a lineage that began with Detroit techno's dystopian future worlds, whilst simultaneously tunnelling backwards into a past unknown. (The Quietus)
Castor’s dreamy techno relocates the abstract sounds of new wyrd America to North Wales. "Blurry snapshots from the hidden dub-lands that lay beyond the iron curtain." (20jazzfunkgreats.co.uk)
BASF are underground filmmakers from Cambridge and Leeds. They will present their short film ‘Precinct’ prior to a new live performance piece which utilises analogue video technologies to generate both sound and light.
£5 entry. Tickets on door and in Probe (soon).