/ 7.00 pm: doors open
/ 7.30 pm - 8.00 pm: Mother
/ 8.30 pm - 9.15 pm: Endlingr
/ 9.45 pm - 10.30 pm: Pothamus
Mixing sludge, tribal and post-rock elements, Pothamus takes you on an enchanting trip. In this trio’s enigmatic world - molded by repetitive riffage and floating drones backed by trance-inducing percussion and abrasive bass lines - the search for meaning stands central. From Mechelen, Belgium.
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Endlingr is an instrumental psychedelic scape-rock trio from Ghent releasing their debut album 'From The Molten Vaults' in January 2021.
On a bright and warm summer day you wonder why life is good, putting up your feet and having a beer while a ray of sun smacks you in the face. Endlingr is that ray, albeit a ray of sound hurling you around the room with energetic climaxes and leaving you concerned with the welbeing of the musician. A combination of noise and boise welded together by craftsmen who's creative origin can be traced back to an innercity factory scene of a 50s film noir. Let us trade music for love and money for experience. We are one musician playing for an image. We are an image. Aren't we?
Mother. A counsellor, consoler and companion. A deceiver, traitor and narcissist. Mother is a collection of tales in which a mother figure leads a protagonist through several junctures. She is the embodiment of help and comfort, likewise of self interest and centrism. These stories are being expressed by three musicians in a genre that reflects the severity of the matter.
Mother is a Belgian post-blackgaze band from Ostend. Founded at the end of 2017 they started writing a first album where songs fade into one continuous story. An intense journey in which fragile melodies are being alternated with heavy guitars and drums smashing back and forth until they intertwine into an enormous soundscape. The journey they create is a complete experience, musically as well as visually. Like their hometown’s North Sea there is a constant ebb and flow of sludge-soaked noise, with terrifying roars tearing through frenzied and impactful guitarwork. Mother is no-nonsense. Hard, intense, emotional yet unforgiving.