Archiv für Juni 2010

25.07. ECSTATIC SUNSHINE (US) + SEBÉ (GER)

EIN LETZTES KONZERT VOR DER DREIMONATIGEN (ja, richtig gelesen) PAUSE.

wir servieren euch:

ECSTATIC SUNSHINE (USA)

+

SEBÉ (GER)

und im anschluss abschiedsparty mit dem SCHÜSSI BUSSI DJ TEAM

Ecstatic Sunshine // Turned On from Mark Brown on Vimeo.

Conch by Ecstatic Sunshine from jason john würm on Vimeo.

Ecstatic Sunshine is an ongoing musical project that began in 2005 as a guitar duo comprised of Matthew Papich and Dustin Wong (who has since left the project to pursue Ponytail and his own solo guitar musics). Ecstatics has released 2 LPs and 2 EPs since that time and has performed hundreds of shows in the United States and Europe with a revolving group of players. Currently, Ecstatics live performances are solo endeavors by Papich. Throughout the years the essence of Ecstatic Sunshine has been located within Papich’s unique guitar work, however the shifting cast has allowed Ecstatics to spread it’s reach effortlessly into new lands. Echoes of punk, ambient, reggae and techno have floated in and out of Ecstatic’s sound, though never feeling contrived and never supplanting the energy or vision of the original output. Ecstatic Sunshine released their 3rd LP, Yesterday’s Work, in December 2009 on Hoss Records. Yesterday’s Work presents a definitive sonic break from past Ecstatics. While the songs still revolve around the shifting guitar lines of Papich, it’s palette is much broader than previous releases; with Joe Williams (White Williams) production introducing a soft low end and delicate synthesized sounds to Papich’s guitar work. Think Koln School Electronics and Penguin Cafe Orchestra, or a Harmonia record produced by Coxsone Dodd. ---

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SEBÉ

sebi aus der knertz sekte spielt als support mit,
neues album „hallo freunde“ und totally loveable.
„sebé is sebastian leluschko hiding somewhere within a cockpit of synthesizers & samplers. the loop-based electro-acoustic pop compositions of the classically trained pianist and multiinstrumentalist mask their complexity and finickiness amidst apparent lightness & beauty. a one-man indietronic post-pop thunderstorm you should not miss out on.“ (knertz.de)