When: Thu., June 15, 9 p.m. 2017
Matching synth-punk progressions with snarling vocals reminiscent of early 90s Skinny Puppy, Atlanta’s NAARC’s a healthy reminder that the saw-grinding, mechanical ambience of darkwave and industrial music is back in business. The band formed in the summer of 2016 and released their first record Loam at the end of the same year. Using new and vintage electronic hardware, I. Cone, M. McCalvin and M.P. Keenan Jr.’s construct disco-industrial compositions perfect for a post-apocalypse dance party in the near and imminent future. Also on the bill is our very own SA artist, Mutant, who uses analog keyboard sounds and VHS samples to construct electro-nightmares in the form of dark, cyber-punk tracks.