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Black Marble

Panther Modern (US)

(USA, Sacred Bones)
Sun 23.2.20 / 20:00
new wave, post-punk

Synth driven new wave sounds and addictive tunes

For fans of: Future Islands / Wild Nothings / Boy Harsher

Venue: Klub

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

* presale: 12€ + 1€ (fees) / doors: 14€

EN When Chris Stewart set out to write and record his third album as Black Marble, he was newly living in Los Angeles, fresh off a move from New York. The environment brought much excitement and possibility, but the distance had proved too much for the car he brought along. With it out of commission indefinitely, he purchased a bus pass and planned his daily commute from his Echo Park apartment to his downtown studio, where he began to shape Bigger Than Life. When Stewart finally arrived at his studio, he’d look through his window at the mountains and the sky, seeing the beauty that makes L.A. unique.

That was the headspace he was in when he began to map out the syncopated drums of Bigger Than Life, an ode to his new condition and a shimmering synth-pop response to its cacophony. “Everything about this record from the album art to the title, to the themes to all the sounds on the record is my response to this particular time,” Stewart says, a way to practice two powerful things: gratitude and humility.

Panther Modern is an exciting new audio/visual project by Brady Keehn (of recently defunct LA outfit Sextile). It handles every facet of Keehn’s latest techno-vision, and finds the ever-evolving Keehn combining the audio/visual components buried deep within his programming into one cohesive project. His self-released debut EP, aptly titled Los Angeles 2020, soundscapes a fogged-out fatalistic-future.

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Panther Modern © Faraz Shah
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