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Bambara

Support: Holy Motors (EE)
(US, Wharf Cat Records)
Mon 1.6.20 / 20:00
noise rock, post-punk

Venue: Klub

Schedule:
>20:00 doors
>20:30 show

EN Winter may be long over but it seems that Holy Motors' dark pop will forever be inspired by long nights and dark days. After the Tallinn-based band released their debut album, Slow Sundown, in 2018, Pitchfork wrote that it sounded "like a long, lonely drive on a moonlit night, with plenty of guitar reverb."

After that moody opening, the night will continue with Brooklyn-based post-punk trio Bambara. They have been evolving their midnight-black noise into something more subtle and expansive ever since the release of their 2013 debut Dreamviolence. That process greatly accelerated on 2018’s Shadow On Everything, a huge stride forward for the band both lyrically and sonically.

Bambara released their fourth album Stray earlier this year. One thing you won’t be able to avoid on that record is death. It’s everywhere and inescapable, but it won’t be the first thing that strikes you about Bambara’s newest material. It will be its pulverizing soundscape; by turns, vast, atmospheric, cool, broiling and at times simply overwhelming.

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