ADT Record Release Show!

ADT Record Release Show!

Moth Cock, TALSounds // Matchesse, DJ Sarah Squirm

Sat, February 24, 2018

9:00 pm

The Hideout

Chicago, IL

$8.00

ADT
ADT
Everything and nothing is sacred in ADT's sonic journey down a rabbit hole of spiritual psych/jazz/electronica. The collective of Kyle Drouin, Jake Acosta, Carlos Chavarria, Adam Tramposh, and Ben Billington have been lifting off at happenings around the city for a few years now, never completing their ritual the same way twice.
Moth Cock
Moth Cock
Moth Cock perform a strain of improvised music that bridges the chasm between the free-jazz tradition and the noise underground. The duo processes live clarinet and trumpet through rudimentary effects into damaged squalls of electronic chaos set to mutated rhythms. Their unique performance tactics yield unforgettable live performances that have been documented on the grooves and spools of an increasing number of physical objects since their formation in 2009 - on labels like I Just Live Here, Human Conduct, Pizza Night, Cylindrical Habitat Modules, Tusco/Embassy, and Doug's own Fairchild Tapes. Doug and Pat live in Kent, OH.

Quite simply, the best tape I've heard in a long long while. At times, I felt like I was listening to some old school Morton Subotnick shit. These jams are heads and tails above all but a very few "noise, synth or whatever" artists hitting it today. You must have this in your life. - Cassette Gods
What a tape though, folks. All buzzin’ flies and digital capillaries oozing blood-red through the prism of 1990s noise, with an extra helping of lazer. The word ‘busy’ comes to mind, and this time it might even be too much. [...] There’s no sign of let-up, either. Plenty of fight in these dudes, and I salute them for it. Give me hell, purveyors of hand-crafted trips. - Tiny Mix Tapes
A fractured maze of clarinet sounds filtered through the bare pedal rig to break it into a million pieces and torment those pieces even further by continuing to break them apart. It is the sort of fucked up anti-music that you might expect from the freeform electronic units such as Supersilent or Mnemonists, although on a slightly more local scale. - Weed Temple
Rust Belt wind section Moth Cock has a penchant for creating its own language with the sole purpose of befuddlement. This often entails using clarinet and trumpet to get jazzy, like Benny Goodman jazzy. Yet, one member is a whacked out beatsmith so you can certainly bank on these guys freaking out the squares with their klezmer Black Dice schtick. - Ad Hoc FM
TALSounds // Matchesse
TALSounds // Matchesse

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Venue Information:
The Hideout
1354 W. Wabansia Ave
Chicago, IL, 60642
http://www.hideoutchicago.com