Disfish Records and Dubmission Records are proud to present an evening of dubwise delights featuring live performances by Pitch Black (New Zealand) and Uncle Fester on Acid.
Advance tickets are available for €8 + b/f from https://bit.ly/2IF1T1i
Door price will be €10
Pitch Black are Michael Hodgson and Paddy Free. Having pumped their way through New Zealand’s electronic music scene since their inaugural performance at the annual Gathering New Year’s eve festival in 1996, they have spent the subsequent years rousing dance floor punters, generating rave reviews, winning awards and gaining thousands of fans across the world.
Hard to box into a single audio ‘genre’, Pitch Black is a combination of musical journeys. Their sound is distinctive; ranging from organic ambient beginnings and layered soundscapes to skanking keyboards, cutting acid riffs and thumping rhythmic grooves, with dub being the glue that holds their sound together. One critic has described them as like “Orbital meets King Tubby, or Rhythm and Sound in Technicolor”.
It is their live show that really makes Pitch Black stand out from the rest of the crowd, both sonically and visually. Their tracks take on an added dynamism and their performances reveal the dialectic behind the band – Paddy wants to do it for the crowd, Michael wants to do it to the crowd. Visually they are in another dimension thanks to Michael’s cutting edge visuals.
They have toured the world relentlessly, playing everywhere from Amsterdam to Zagreb and the streets of Las Vegas to the Australian outback, supporting acts such as Coldcut, Skream, Easy Dub All Stars and System 7 along the way.
UNCLE FESTER ON ACID
Uncle Fester On Acid is the tri polar alter ego of Dr. Dub, known to fans of On-U Sound Records for his work on their archives. He is currently hard at work on his Aural Astronaut Series, taking apart whole albums and reassembling each song from scratch, taking them into a different dimension. Not just your average remixing, but versioning from another universe.
DJ RAMSES, PITCH BLACK, Uncle Fester On Acid