1000Fryd og Studenterhuset Aalborg er stolte af at præsentere det svenske støjrock band BADA med Anna von Hausswolff i front - samt den australske trio Kollaps
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BADA is a black noise/psych rock Swedish collective devoted to free improvisation and loud contaminations.
The sounds of BADA come from various and oppugnant directions: drone landscapes, pipe organs dissonances, tribal rhythms, obscure sliding guitars and deep distorted bass. It is from these diverse sources that the process of creativity keeps persistently mutating.
Only few traces of BADA are available on the web therefore the only way to reach their music is through the live experience, a profane and unholy communion where the volumes of the instruments will be high to make sounds resonate through your bodies. An act which reunites the essential bond between music and physical worlds.
BADA is the new creature of Anna Von Hausswolff, Hannes Nilsson, David Sabel (also Birds Ov Paradise, Hypnus), Filip Leyman and Gianluca Grasselli.
Australian post-industrialists KOLLAPS are a three piece creating a unique brand of primitive noise “intended for degenerates and outsiders”. The bands’ distinctive primordial tones are created using appropriated waste materials like scrap metal, raw plastics and steel plates combined with blistering percussion, bass and vocals.
This is no empty “industrial” gesture, for the band this process of creation facilitates the literal use of postmodern society against itself. Mechanical Christ, the bands’ sophomore release, is a conceptual continuation of its predecessor Sibling Lovers. This release sees Kollaps further their exploration of the inherent societal sickness of our times, one that manifests itself in the debasement of individual morality. Themes of exploitation, vengeance, drug addiction, paranoia and slave labour are part of a dissonant, inverted morality play. Testament to the bands’ evolving conceptual depth are the overarching themes of love, life and death that offer a sense of shared experience in the discomfort of the universal human experience. Known for their violent and nihilistic stage performances, this recording encapsulates with harsher clarity the visceral confrontation that is Kollaps’ live act.
Mechanical Christ was recorded and mixed over a two-month period at Aviary Studios by Mike Deslandes, and mastered by James Plotkin/Plotkinworks. It is a journey into the desperation and lack of resolve that is both the crux of modern social ills and at the very heart of the human condition.