X 3/12[Sun] Kite w/Abbey Death, Echo Signal @Amsterdam 21+
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Author:  aztalanturf [ Sat Jan 28, 2017 4:50 pm ]
Post subject:  X 3/12[Sun] Kite w/Abbey Death, Echo Signal @Amsterdam 21+

Kilted Farmer Koncerts presents...
KITE w/ Abbey Death and Echo Signal
DJ Fenris
Doors 8pm. Show 8:30pm
Tickets $10 in adv and $15 at the door


Kite are a Swedish synthpop group composed of Nicklas Stenemo (The Mo, Melody Club) and Christian Berg (Yvonne, Strip Music, The April Tears). Originating from Malmö and now based in Stockholm they are signed to Progress Productions and have published six EPs since their debut in 2008.

Valerie Gentile & Abbey Nex are taking the goth industrial world on by themselves in their new project Abbey Death. This time Abbey Death delivers a fresh take on what they do best, creating a fresh new sound for the Goth Industrial Scene.

Valerie Gentile & Abbey Nex are best known for ravage energetic performances in such bands as Combichrist, The Crushadows, Psyclon Nine, Angelspit, Genitorturers and Black Tape for a Blue Girl.

Combining their musical flavors together to breathe fresh music back into the scene, their debut EP Realignment shows of their efforts in a dark revival in their music and themselves as artist.

Echo Signal is a post-punk band with strong influences from Joy Division, early Cure, New Order, Depeche Mode, and Love and Rockets.

A sonic shapeshifter specializing in the manifestation of dark sounds ranging from ebm, industrial and goth to techno, electro, synth and new waves. Resident DJ at Ground Zero Nightclub in Minneapolis.

Author:  aztalanturf [ Sat Mar 04, 2017 3:56 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: 3/12 Kite w/Abbey Death, Echo Signal @Amsterdam 21+

Trace and I were chatting with someone on Facebook about this... We have yet to find a dud from Kite. Here's their brand new video for "Demons & Shame" that dropped this week.

If you haven't heard of Kite, don't let that stop you from coming out! They are trying to break into the US market, so most people haven't yet heard of them here. This is only their second US tour ever, and they're much bigger in Europe. All the music we've heard is fantastic and everyone I've talked to that has seen them live says they're top notch. Even Tom Shear of Assemblage 23 is talking about their live show.

And if Sunday night is a "school night" for you, Kite will go on at about 10 pm so you won't have to be out super late.

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