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THURSDAY 11.04.2024
Fuck Money (US) + Deaf Club (US) Experimental / Punk / Grindcore

 

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 + PRESALE : 15€ 
 + ENTRANCE : 15€ 
 + OPENING HOUR : 19:00 
 + ORGANIZER: Magasin 4 

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FUCK MONEY (US) (Experimental / Punk)
Fuck Money est un groupe américain de space punk basé à Austin, Texas. Le groupe fait ses débuts en octobre 2021 et se compose des membres TaSzlin Trébuchet (chant), Alton Jenkins (batterie), Bill Kenny (guitare lead), et Jeremy Humphries (basse). Leur son s'inspire du punk rock, du bruit, de l'industriel, de la musique extrême et d'autres sous-genres transgressifs. Fuck Money s'est formé en 2020, pendant la seconde moitié de la pandémie de COVID. Après avoir écrit leur premier EP, ils ont passé leur temps à enregistrer chez Arroyo Audio. Le groupe s'est forgé une réputation en donnant des concerts DIY sporadiques et énergiques dans des espaces liminaux situés dans les coins sombres de la ville. Le Austin Chronicle a noté que "le tourbillon de feedback du groupe est à la fois imposant et obscur - curieusement serein dans son refus de donner à son agression sonore un visage humain clair". Leur chanteur est également connu pour arborer un look imprévisible et séduisant à chaque concert.Leur premier EP, ‘Self Titled’, produit par Three One G est composé de six chansons de " space punk " implacable, s'inspirant du punk, du bruit, de l'industriel et des éléments de la musique extrême. Décrit comme " un Deerhoof enragé ", le travail impitoyable et mélodique d'Alton Jenkins, associé à l'intensité viscérale du leader TaSz Trébuchet, guide les auditeurs sur le chemin d'un comportement sonore stimulant et époustouflant, agrémenté de mélodies de guitare mordantes et hyper-mélodiques. Jesse F. Keeler, de Death From Above, explique l'EP en ces termes : " Feeling at all costs " (Ressentir à tout prix). Si j'essayais d'expliquer cela à quelqu'un qui n'a aucune référence, je dirais que c'est comme une grenade. Il est difficile d'atteindre le fruit, mais l'effort en vaut la peine.---Fuck Money is an American space punk band based in Austin, TX. The group debuted in October 2021 consisting of members TaSzlin Trébuchet (vocals) Alton Jenkins (drums), Bill Kenny (lead guitar), and Jeremy Humphries (bass guitar). Their sound draws on punk rock, noise, industrial, extreme music and other transgressive subgenres. Fuck Money was formed in 2020 during the latter half of the COVID pandemic that year. After writing their first EP, they spent their time recording at Arroyo Audio. The band has created a reputation of performing high energy, sporadic DIY shows in liminal spaces throughout the dark corners of the city-- The Austin Chronicle noted how “the band’s churning feedback swirl is equal parts imposing and obfuscating – curiously serene in its refusal to give its sonic-aggression a clear human face.” Their vocalist is also known for donning an unpredictable and tantalizing look at each show.Fuck Money’s debut self-titled EP on Three One G is six songs of unrelenting ‘space punk,’ drawing influence from punk, noise, industrial, and extreme music elements. Described as sounding like “a fully rabid Deerhoof,” the merciless & melodic stick-work of Alton Jenkins, paired with the visceral intensity of frontman TaSz Trébuchet, guides listeners down a path of challenging, awe-inspiring sonic behavior adorned with biting yet hyper-melodic guitar melodies. Death From Above’s Jesse F. Keeler aptly explains the EP simply as, “Feeling at all costs. If I was trying to explain this to someone with no reference, I’d say it was like a pomegranate. Challenging to get at the fruit, but worth the effort.
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DEAF CLUB (US) (Punk / Grindcore)
Deaf Club is a savage sound bath dripping with sardonicism: a blastbeat-centric hardcore punk assault channeling crust, thrash, and grind (un)sensibilities. Succinct pauses, surreal frequencies and effects, breakneck pace and sharply hurled vocals characterize the band’s aesthetic, which seems as though it is rooted in a sort of nasty-sound-meets-highbrow-message ethos. Fueled by he onslaught of society’s insanity and driven mad by tinnitus, Justin Pearson (The Locust, Dead Cross, Planet B), Brian Amalfitano (ACxDC), Scott Osment (Glassing, Planet B), Jason Klein (Run With The Hunted, JR Slayer) approach music as an opportunity to confront our collective sicknesses. The band initially released their debut EP, Contemporary Sickness, as well as a Remix cassette EP of bonus remixes via Three One G in 2019.Although Contemporary Sickness delivered its own blastbeat-fueled urgency in message and tone, their debut full-length Productive Disruption, released in 2022, ventured deeper into the abyss. Having had time to stew in the cesspool of two years of pandemic and mutating into its newest variant, the album presented a death threat to some, a love letter to others. Most recently, the band released Bad Songs Forever, an EP on Three One G Records. Here, Deaf Club yet again confidently emerged angrier, evolved, more focused and thus, more dangerous. Since then the band has been continuously touring primarily across America, while also playing the Roskilde Festival in Denmark, and sharing the stage with bands such as Converge, Melt-Banana, John Waters, Negative Approach, Napalm Death, Unbroken, and Saetia. 
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