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Below Zero Lounge
Friday, September 27th @ 9:00pm
I guess it’s official now that everyone really loves Daft Punk’s “Get Lucky.” It was sort of the song of the summer, right behind “Blurred Lines,” and fans have embraced Random Access Memories largely because of the song’s popularity. Random Access Memories was a great record but, if I’m being honest, I really missed the electronic beats and squeals from the lovable robotic French duo’s earlier work. I guess I’m just “one of those fans” who can’t accept change.
If you like older-style electronic music with light-up robotic helmets and a taste for darker tones, you’ll love Cincinnati’s own Black Signal. Just like Daft Punk, they stand in front of formidable stacks of synthesizers and sequencers with LED-laden glass disguising their faces. But unlike Daft Punk, they make music for caustic nights of seclusion and terrifying journeys through abandoned, crumbling cityscapes instead of fashionable, breezy parties. Seriously, just take a listen. These guys aren’t playing around [I'm not sure if they're both actually "guys" or not because of the helmets]. People have name-checked everything from electronica to hard-rock, noir, soundscape, and doom metal in their sound. It sounds to me like a soundtrack to an 90′s science fiction flick about a disturbing future dystopia.
Give these Cincinnati techno-freaks a try: we need more strange music.
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