HELLTRAP NIGHTMARE

HELLTRAP NIGHTMARE

Dan Perlman, Greta Titelman, Fetter

Sat, May 18, 2019

9:00 pm

The Hideout

Chicago, IL

$10

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HELLTRAP NIGHTMARE
HELLTRAP NIGHTMARE
HELLTRAP NIGHTMARE was recently named “Best Underground Comedy Show in Chicago” by Chicago Magazine, "some truly off-kilter shit" by LA Weekly, and "The Most Perverted Shit On The Planet" by Sarah's dad. Cum for a scare, if you dare ~*~* 😉 We love you !
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Dan Perlman
Dan Perlman
Dan Perlman is a stand-up comedian and writer from New York City. He is a regular at Stand Up NY, Caroline's on Broadway, and The Stand, as well as the best alternative rooms in the city, like Knitting Factory, Bar Matchless, and UCB East.

Dan co-created and wrote an animated series, That's My Bus!, which recently received a pilot order from FOX, after winning 1st place at the 2015 Montreal Just For Laughs Festival's Set To Screen Contest. Dan also co-writes and co-stars in the popular web series, Flatbush Misdemeanors, following their previous web series, Moderately Funny, featured on CollegeHumor. Previously, Dan was a comedy contributor for Neil deGrasse Tyson’s StarTalk Radio and worked as a writer for SiriusXM's Bennington. Dan has appeared on TruTV, MTV2, and as a cast member on the upcoming MTV International series Vidiots. Most recently, Dan wrote for the 2017 WGA Awards, hosted by Lewis Black. Currently, Dan hosts Hindsight, a monthly interactive story show at Caroline's on Broadway.

Dan's festival credits include the New York Comedy Festival (2014-2016), Montreal Just For Laughs (2015), Boston Comedy Festival (2015), SF Sketchfest (2016), New Orleans Hell Yes Fest! (2015), Dallas Comedy Festival (2014), Memphis Comedy Festival (2014), and Finger Lakes Comedy Festival (2015, 1st place).
Fetter
Fetter
With foggy, stumbling synthetic rhythms and tenderly woven vocal tapestries, Fetter produces layer by layer a haunting, arresting noise-pop.

Her warm voice guiding you through a saturated wilderness, Fetter's sound bridges the lo-fi surrealness of experimental electronics with the drama and magnetism of pop. Combined with her colorful self-made visuals, Fetter’s live sets are totally bewitching and hypnotic.

Incorporating noisy yet unavoidably danceable textures, Fetter’s latest work reclaims bliss in catastrophe and invites us to find refuge in absurdity through stories of disappearing aircraft, selfie-deaths, fertile wastelands, imperfect idols, and persistent instincts.

Fetter has been active in the Dutch underground scene since 2013, performing extensively in art galleries, pop podiums, and experimental DIY venues throughout the Netherlands, Germany, Belgium, and beyond.

As an artist-in-residence at Berlin's Institut für alles Mögliche last year, Fetter conjured up songs and visuals for a new album. In October 2016, she released a mini-EP on Amsterdam's Meduse MagiQ with the two singles “Hunter” and “Stickie Self” — a teaser for the full-length album to come in 2017.
Venue Information:
The Hideout
1354 W. Wabansia Ave
Chicago, IL, 60642
http://www.hideoutchicago.com