Deaf Kids + Rakta
The Hope and Ruin Brighton, Brighton.
This event is for over 18s only - No refunds will be issued for under 18s.
Acid Box Promotions are proud to present psychedelic nosie mercahnts all the way from Brazil on a co-headline tour DEAF KIDS & RAKTA + support TBA
Bank Holiday / Easter Monday 22 April
The Hope & Ruin
Tickets: £8 +bf
£10 on the door
available from Resident Brighton & Online
DEAF KIDS announce Metaprogramac?a?o their third full length release, and first studio album to be released with Neurot Recordings due for release on 15th March. While their previous release, Configuração do Lamento, captured the group delving deep into their own diverse and discordant musical world, Metaprogramac?a?o pushes these elements to entirely new extremes. DEAFKIDS imprint a future-primitive psychic scenario into their music by weaving a fabric of electronic pulses, barrages of delay and noise, wailing guitars, and frenzied rhythms that ricochet aggressively across the speakers. Songs are urgent and fluid, melting and dissolving into one another, culminating in a wild psychedelic journey that's bound to reach one's mind through the body while intoxicating both.
Straight from the depths of São Paulo, Brazil, RAKTA is a band too wild to be caged inside familiar rock labels. In fact, very little is familiar, or comfortable in Rakta's music and general stance. On the road since 2012, the group, formed only by women, had as an initial inspiration the musical freedom and policy of the 70s/80s anarchist and post-punk scene, especially towards the "antiphilosophies" from the British collective Crass.
After this initial impetus, they soon found their own identity, pushing the creative barriers, without interest in playing sounds or pre-defined ideas of one or another subgenre. I.e. a completely punk modus operandi, but without any reverence for rules and standards aesthetic-musical.