Anaphylactic

Mi Ami w/ Inca Ore, Jozef Van Wissem, & DJ Tristes Tropiques

Friday, December 11, 8 pm

$5 admission or FREE with membership

Mi Ami w/ Inca Ore, Jozef Van Wissem, and DJ Tristes Tropiques  Mi Ami


Friday, December 11
8:00 p.m. Doors at 7:30 p.m.
$5 admission at the door or FREE with membership
 

All ages booking collective Anaphylactic presents a night of music at The Lab to celebrate the release of Mi Ami's Thrill Jockey debut, "Cut Men."

Mi Ami's Thrill Jockey debut is a brand new 12” called "Cut Men" recorded at Lucky Cat Studios with Trans Am’s Phil Manley. The recording captures the energy and tension of a live performance with stunning clarity.

Inca Ore's sound draws heavily on the more other-worldly aspects of dancehall/dub traditions, vaults across post-punk treads laid down by Vini Reilly and appears to land somewhere in a 4AD shrouded noise territory.

Jozef Van Wissem is renowned for his unusual approach to the Renaissance and Baroque lute, one of the most unlikely instruments in the world of contemporary music. He cuts and pastes classical pieces, reverses melodies, and adds electronics and processed field recordings made in airport lounges and train stations.

DJ Tristes Tropiques was recently interviewed by Jennifer Maerz in SF Weekly's "DJ of the Week." She noted that his set lists are as inspired by filmmakers as they are by obscure bargain bin finds.

 

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