Cavern of Anti Matter

Cavern of Anti Matter


Now based in Berlin, Stereolab’s Tim Gane has assembled a new band around his latest solo output. Heavy on the German experimental past (Neu!, chiefly), and free with early techno, the bloop ’n’ burble of modular synths and Joe Dilworth’s live drumming pack a surprising number of facets on this debut album (though the limited double-LP Blood Drums was released in 2013). The default groove might be early 70s motorik – Tardis Cymbals is a typically beatific workout – but tracks Blowing My Nose Under Close Observation and Hi-Hats Bring the Hiss are proper dance music, while the Sonic Boom-enhanced Planetary Folklore is both spacey and creepy. The only downer is the solitary sung vocal on Liquid Gate, courtesy of Deerhunter’s Bradford Cox, which sabotages the unity of purpose ever so slightly. -the guardian






Evening Program

In Hall 2, from 7pm - 11pm, every hour on the hour in 30 minute clips, the passing public will be presented with a mixture of colored concerts, installations,
live and complex arranged applications from our in part, prominent and experienced customers and artists.

In Hall 1, starting at 8:30pm and at 9:30pm, panels and discussions to different themes will be presented. Invited guests are requested to play an instrument prior to it's explanation and provide commenting. The short appearances and performances will be moderated.

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