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|Support act||Low Vertical|
|Date||Friday 25 March 2011|
British band Seefeel was the first band on famous electronica label Warp – aside all those button annex laptop-adepts - to introduce guitar to the ground-breaking label. As ever, Seefeel centres...
British band Seefeel was the first band on famous electronica label Warp – aside all those button annex laptop-adepts - to introduce guitar to the ground-breaking label. As ever, Seefeel centres around core elements Mark Clifford and Sarah Peacock, now supplemented by Shigeru Ishihara and Iida Kazuhisa - formerly drummer with Japan's Boredoms. The band saw the light of day in ’92 and dealt in shoegaze/IDM/adventurous indie rock. Their debut ‘Quique’ was released in ’93, after the band being recruited by Warp – resulting in the album ‘Succour’ in ’95 – their sound became darker and more abstract. Their swan song and third release ‘Ch-Vox’ was released via Rephlex, Aphex Twin's label. The band reunited in ’09 especially for Warp's twenty year anniversary. Following the impressive 10 inch ‘Faults’, early next year will see the release of self-titled album ‘Seefeel’. Finally, Pitchfork about ‘Faults’: “… at times approximates the blocky, ornate musicality of Britain's promising post-dubstep scene: Darkstar, Untold, and Mount Kimbie come to mind.”. Basically: for the sharp-witted.
Support act will be Low Vertical from Bruges. This band just recently released their debut 'I Saw A Landscape Once'. Their recipe? Melodic electronica-pop with a big wink to Radiohead. Goddeau about it: "A fresh dose of frontier indie-rock and electronica, a reinvention of the experimental, that is: a fine interweaving of scraps of Radiohead, The Postal Service, FM Belfast."
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