New York Post Industrial Outfit Cube to Play Gig at Menswear Store Richter Goods

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Unconventional spaces like art galleries or retail shops can provide a fun shakeup of the live music experience, even if it’s just to bring people out of murky bars and into a new environment.

Custom men’s clothing store Richter Goods is hosting just such an event within its walls on Saturday, August 3, when it will play host to New York post-industrial artist Cube.



Cube entrances audiences with a sparse sound focused primarily on repetitive electronic drum hits that echo and vibrate. It’s a minimal approach that forces listeners to pay attention to the textures being created and the ethereal accents embellishing each track.

Avant-garde/freakfolk/electronic artist Svetlana Zwetkof, punk-industrial producer NICODXMVS and ambient/soundscape artist Mt. Borracho will round out the bill, offering a night far off the beaten sonic path.



The organizers encourage attendees to donate what they think is fair for admission — keeping in mind, of course, that Cube is a touring act. The show starts at 7 p.m. with DJ Shitscud spinning “bewildering sounds and cosmic mash-ups” between the live acts, according to a news release.

For more information visit the official Facebook event page
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