South of North presents:
Devon Rexi – Amsterdam’s purveyors of dubby no wave mayhem – come together for another set of ghostly wedding songs. Bassist Nush and drummer Nicolini are joined by Goya on percussion and miscellaneous objects to test drive new tracks, alongside their discography of haunted rhythms and post-punk grooves aimed squarely at the leftfield dancefloor.
You might know the Lithuanian producer Brokenchord from his releases on Bristol’s Black Acre or his TKOL-era Radiohead remix. But with new tracks in the bag, he brings his three piece band to preview his upcoming album, packed with reverb-drenched guitars, weighty drums and hefty low end.
Cologne’s one-of-a-kind vocalist Mik Quantius rolls through Amstelveenseweg with his signature deconstructed sound, built around possessed exclamations and oblique synths in a concerted effort to invoke spirits from another dimension.