No Art, supported by Nite Fields and Kids Cryptic, will be celebrating their unique strand of atmospheric shoegaze at Black Bear Lodge.
No Art, the hypnotic and experimental group from Sydney, will be celebrating their atmospheric strand of music at Black Bear Lodge on September 14.
Their debut EP “Exotica”, produced by Patrick Santamaria (Lost Valentinos), is an exploration of the ritual, the symbolic and unexplored territories. They’re known for interweaving familiar melodies with stark minimalism and emotive harmonies, the result being ambient sound and unbridled energy.
They will be supported by Nite fields, the local electronica, post-punk and overall experimental rock group that has garnered attention through their live shows, as well as their self-recorded and released single.
Also on the bill are Kids Cryptic, the duo who are often described as “slope rock” with their fast build-ups, abrupt descents and Nordic influences. They’ll be stopping by Black Bear Lodge before taking their live show on the road.
Published on September 09, 2012 by Alice Bopf