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Street Performance outside of Fearless Weirdos boutique with Joy and Revolution. We will also have pieces from new clothing line "Inevitable"
Time is Unknown, Depends on sleep and how long we sleep.
Joy and Revolution is rough, dull on the edges yet what makes it work is it’s delinquent, astral qualities. With it’s haunting organs and equally haunting, fading, singing, it is far from boring, rather it builds and builds with thunderous bass groaning during the chorus and just as fast as it appeared, it is gone again. U*Space Gallery's *Artlab series is an artistic laboratory with an audience, designed to serve as a intimate safety net for the development, nurturing, supporting, and presenting of new and original live performance work by artists of all nations and cultures. The beauty of a live performance is in the knowing that after it is gone, it will only live on in the memory.
Sounds Like: Featureless Ghost, WAZU, Geneva Jacuzzi, Suicide (Alan Vega/Martin Rev)
Label: Magic Rub Cassettes, Magic Rub Cassettes
Bio: SICKOFTHERADIO/ It’s true that Joy and Revolution is rough, dull on the edges yet what makes it work is it’s delinquent, astral qualities. With it’s haunting organs and equally haunting, fading, singing, it is far from boring, rather it builds and builds with thunderous bass groaning during the c...See Full Bio
: Cool art Joy and Revolution found in L5P! @PebblebrookArt #PebblebrookArt #fafatl http://t.co/UNXkj13cev
“Seriously lo-fi darkwave material pulls together synthy psych that drifts and burps its way into a world of 80′s bedroom dance production and new age leftfield pop. Its catchy, far out and brilliantly under produced. For those of you who don’t know, Joy & Revolution have been churning out the DIY psych for a while now. Consisting of J.Hartley and S.Hanken (who also run Magic Rub Cassettes), the duo make their music available for immediate download or a limited edition pretty cassette for the ol’ car stereo.”