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Kinetik Festival - Phase 2 - Old School, Industrial [ Static Link : iAppel ]
Ville:Canada, Quebec, Montreal
Temps:Thu 13 May, 2010 @ 4:00pm till Fri 14 May, 2010 @ 3:00am
Promoteur:Kinetik Productions
Emplacement:
Usine C, 1345 Lalonde Ave
514-521-4493
[www.usine-c.com]
Description:Kinetik Productions present :

Leaether Strip (DK)
[ www.myspace.com ]

LEAETHER STRIP is the solo-project of Danish electronic industrial artist Claus Larsen. First signed by the legendary German label Zoth Ommog, LEAETHER STRIP quickly built a buzz as one of the most exciting emerging acts in Europe in the early 90's.

After a very successful Japanese Bodies 12, the debut album (The Pleasure of Penetration released in 1990) instantly established itself as a classic, featuring a punishing rhythm pace and aggressive electronic style with distorted vocals that he has since become renown for and that is often described as LEAETHER STRIPs trademark. The following albums and MCDs allowed LEAETHER STRIP to conquer the hearts of hundreds of thousands of fans of electronic industrial music across the world and to become one of the leading acts on the cult Zoth Ommog label. Both Solitary Confinement (1992) and Underneath The Laughter (1993) albums helped Claus Larsen establishing his position on the music map, reaching top sales in both the European and American electro scenes. While reminding the powerful angst seen in other electro acts such as FRONT 242, SKINNY PUPPY or even NINE INCH NAILS, LEAETHER STRIP rapidly got the reputation to be carrying a deeper message and meaning in his work through his very personal intense music and the sometimes emotional, sometimes political dimension of his lyrics.

Vomito Negro (BE)
[ www.myspace.com ]

Vomito Negro arisen from the curse, which rests on the last stage of yellow fever. Vomito Negro's musical collaboration already took off way back in 1983, and over the past years they established a name for themselves as uncompromising aural architects, combining power with emotion, trance with vision. VOMITO NEGRO is latin (portuguese/spanish) for “black vomit”, a phenomenon that arises in the last stage of the disease yellow fever, when the patient throws up his putrefied intestines and ultimately dies.

Macabre? One might consider Vomito Negro's interest in the darker side of the human condition as unhealthy, but in fact it..s fuelled by a desire to cope with and to understand life (and consequently, death) as we know it. Vomito Negro handle their topics with grim sarcasm and/or penetrating personal involvement; under the surface however, they give way to a message of redemption, passion and purification. : From the start on, flexibility is one of Vomito Negro's major qualities.Vomito Negro is never content with a certain formula: their musical approach, essentially based on the European “Industrialist” tradition of the early eighties, takes a different angle with every record. Tracing back their history through albums as diverse as 'Vomito Negro' (their haunting debut from 1985) to 'Wake Up' (1992) one hears growth and evolution in Vomito Negro..s varied soundscapes.

Vomito negro's synthesized psychodramas range from danceable to contemplative, from instrumental to and ambient to voice-ridden and brutal. Live, the sound and the imagery of Vomito Negro's stage are an inescapable force setting alight the imagination of the listener/spectator. Vomito Negro established to be one of the most important Industrial European bands of the last decade. They built up a great following over the years. Lots of new bands following the same musical direction, Bootlegs, Compilations Bootlegs with bands like Front 242, Front Line Assembly, Kraftwerk, Depeche Mode, Klinik an lots of other bands prove that Vomito Negro is one of the bands who made electronic music great in Europe.

Tyske Ludder (DE)
[ tyske-ludder.com ]
[ www.myspace.com ]

In the beginning of the 90s Tyske Ludder set the course for their work as pioneers in the european EBM and Dark-Electro scene. Coming up from the New-Wave and New-Romantic scene they developed very early their meditations on the predominance of technology in our society. Nightmare-like visions of the then-raging war in Yugoslavia as well as the recurring military enforcement of the United States’ claim for world domination represent the other thematic constant. Through the years their musical model developed from heavy Electro-Sounds to some kind of ominous dance music somewhere between Industrial and the aroma of a nuclear blast.

In a unique melting procedure the band around vocalist Albert-X was again and again able to produce avant-industrial dimensions of sound which very often divided the followers into two enemy camps. That is how altogether three album originated in the mid 90s.

Imperative Reaction (US)
[ www.imperativereaction.net ]
[ www.myspace.com ]

Formed in 1996 by David Andrecht and Ted Phelps, Imperative Reaction began as the remnants of the Los Angeles based D.N.A. An early demo tape entitled Debris was released in the summer of 1996 only to be recalled and destroyed after the band decided to start over with fresh material. After some experimentation, Imperative Reaction started working on a new demo to be released the following year. Imperative Reaction’s first effort, Persistence of Memory, set the Los Angeles scene ablaze and earned Phelps and Andrecht a spot on the critically acclaimed compilation album, Exoskeleton Vol. 1. Released on Possessive Blindfold Recordings in the winter of 1997, the album featured Imperative Reaction’s contribution “Predicate.” Driven by the overwhelming response to the song, Imperative Reaction set out to record their full-length debut in January of 1998. After a short tour to support the Exoskeleton release, Imperative Reaction and P.B.R. parted company leaving Imperative Reaction free to sign with Pendragon Records in October 1998.

16 Volt (US)
[ 16volt.com ]
[ www.myspace.com ]

16volt began in 1991 with the mission to merge the raw guitars of early punk with the heavy beats and energy of industrial dance music. In 1992, 16volt’s founder and frontman, Eric Powell, signed with the Cargo Records industrial subsidiary and now infamous Re-Constriction Records. 16volt’s debut, “Wisdom,” was co-produced by David Ogilvie (Nine Inch Nails, Skinny Puppy) and Keith “Fluffy” Auerbach (Ministry) and was released in 1993. Met with worldwide acclaim from fans and press alike, “Wisdom” officially put 16volt on the map and, along with Powell, was credited with helping spawn a genre of industrial known as “coldwave.” That same year, 16volt hit the road, playing shows to club crowds on the West Coast of the United States.

In 1994, 16volt skipped the industry-standard “sophomore jinx” and released the slightly more raw-sounding “Skin.” This release brought more praise and won features in Alternative Press, Kerrang!, CMJ, Industrial Nation, B-Side, and more. “Skin” reached the #2 slot on Rolling Stone’s alternative charts and charted everywhere from the United States (CMJ) to France, Germany, Ireland, and Japan. 16volt hit the road again for club shows and radio junkets and destroyed it everywhere they showed up.

Chemlab (US)
[ www.myspace.com ]

ldwave and industrial rock (or “machine rock”) band formed in Washington D.C. in 1989 by Dylan Thomas More and Jared Louche with the help of short-time member Joe Frank. Influenced by the pioneers of the industrial genre, such as Throbbing Gristle, Chemlab brought a rough, experimental approach to their music. Moving to New York City in 1990 and dubbing their drug-influenced sounds ‘Angel-Dustrial’, they built up a strong fanbase by touring with such artists as White Zombie, KMFDM, Nine Inch Nails, GWAR, 16 Volt and Sister Machine Gun. They released only two albums and two maxi-eps as the original duo. Their first album, “Burn Out at the Hydrogen Bar”, recorded at famed Chicago Wax Trax studio, is considered to be one of the top ten most influential cult Industrial records. Jared and Dylan recorded and toured with many seminally important musicians such William Tucker (Ministry, etc), Geno Lenardo (Filter etc), Charles Levi (My Life with the Thrill Kill Kult, etc) and Krayge Tyler (Crazytown, etc).

Left Spine Down (CA)
[ www.leftspinedown.com ]
[ www.myspace.com ]

Alter Der Ruine (US)
[ www.ruine-process.com ]
[ www.myspace.com ]

The Gothsicles (US)
[ www.thegothsicles.com ]
[ www.myspace.com ]

Caustic (US)
[ www.myspace.com ]

T-Faktor (US)
[ www.terrorfakt.com ]

Left Side Neighbour (CA)
[ www.leftsideneighbour.com ]
[ www.myspace.com ]
Musique:
Room 1:
16 volt (USA, New York, New York) (Industrial Rock)
Alter Der Ruine (USA, New York, New York) (Industrial Noise)
Caustic (USA, New York, New York) (Industrial Noise)
Chemlab (USA, New York, New York) (Industrial Rock)
Gothsicles (USA, New York, New York) (Industrial Noise)
Imperative Reaction (USA, California, Los Angeles) (EBM)
Leaether Strip (Denmark) (EBM Old-school)
Left Spine Down (Canada, British Columbia, Vancouver) (Industrial Rock)
T-Faktor (USA, New York, New York) (Industrial Noise)
Tyske Ludder (Germany, Berlin) (EBM Old-school)
Vomito Negro (Belgium, Brussels) (EBM Old-school)
Left Side Neighbour (Industrial)
Na (EBM Old-school) - Deadna
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Panflets:
Extras:For more informations on the festival visit us online at
[ www.festival-kinetik.net ]

for information on tickets/passes, visit the Kinetik Festival online store at
[ www.festival-kinetik.net ]

you can also find us on facebook at
[ www.facebook.com ]

or on myspace
[ www.myspace.com ]

Others nights of the festival :

May 13.Phase 2-Old School/Industrial Night @ Usine C
Leaether Strip [DK] / Vomito Negro [BE] /Tyske Ludder [DE]
Imperative Reaction [US] / 16 Volt [US] / Chemlab [US]
Left Spine Down [CA] / Alter Der Ruine [US] /Gothsicles [US]
Caustic [US] / T-Faktor [US] /Left Side Neighbour [CA]
[ www.rave.ca ]

May 14.Phase 3-Hars Indust/Noise Night @ Usine C
COMBICHRIST [US] / Absolute Body Control [BE] / Alien Vampires [IT]
Decoded Feedback [CA] / Synapscape [DE] / FGFC 820 [US]
SAM [DE] / Komor Kommando [CA] / Edgey [US]
Iszoloscope [CA] / Aliceffekt [CA]
[ www.rave.ca ]

May 15.Phase 4-Hars Indust/Noise Night @ Usine C
Hocico [MX] / Dive [BE] / Tactical Sekt [US/UK]
Hypnoskull [DE] / Ambassador 21 [BY] /Terrorfakt [US]
Destroid [DE] / Nachtmahr [AT] / FabrikC [DE]
Memmaker [CA] / Ivardensphere [CA] / Torrent Vaccine+Synnack [US]
[ www.rave.ca ]

May 16.Phase 5-EBM/Synthpop Night @ Usine C
Covenant [SE] / Rotersand [DE] / Melotron [DE]
Frozen Plasma [DE] / Faderhead [DE] / Lights of Euphoria [DK]
Run Level Zero [SE]/ Unter Null [US] / Cesium 137 [US]
Fractured [CA]/ Glenn Love [CA] / Detroit Diesel [CA]
[ www.rave.ca ]



tickets/passes will be available in Mtl/Qc stores at the end of January
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» Nathan a dit @ Thu 6 May, 2010 @ 4:11am
woah - one week to go! better start resting now - haha
» Nathan a dit @ Thu 29 Apr, 2010 @ 12:37am
only 2 weeks away! =)
» FestivalKinetik a dit @ Fri 16 Apr, 2010 @ 2:02pm
xbsd il y a un groupe facebook du monde de Qc p-e qu'ils peuvent t'aider
» xbsd a dit @ Sat 10 Apr, 2010 @ 4:18pm
looking for a lift from Quebec City!
» FestivalKinetik a dit @ Thu 11 Mar, 2010 @ 9:52pm
only 2 days left (change happening on march 13)before the next price change on tickets and passes! buy them now before there`s none left :)
» Lill_Unseen a dit @ Tue 9 Mar, 2010 @ 10:25pm
une fois de plus.. je ferais un live avec Left Side Neighbour !
» FestivalKinetik a dit @ Wed 17 Feb, 2010 @ 1:00pm
Tickets are now on sale at / Billets maintenant dispo chez: Moog Audio (tix only), Atom Heart (tix only), Usine C (tix only + extra fees), Admission (tix only + extra fees), Psychonaut (tix + pass), Cruella (tix + pass), Platine (tix + pass) :)