The Fragile Path
The Finality Complex
The Haunted Buffalo
West Falls, NY
Sunday, December 2nd, 2012 at 2:00pm
For The Music Productions presents:
Dimension - A series of Gothic/Electronic/Industrial/Dark-Wave concerts in the Queen City.
Hosted by: Juda from The Fragile Path - With: Third Realm, Ghostfeeder, Drek, Digital Afterlife, Throw Away, The Finality Complex, The Haunted Buffalo, Angel's Blurr, Drooka, Einsam Fechter, & more!
$5.00 pre-sale, $7.00 at door
Sunday, December 2nd, 2012
From 2:00pm to 11:00pm
All Ages, BYOB for 21+
with Special Guest & Host: Juda from The Fragile Path
The Fragile Path is an international industrial music project founded and produced by Juda, involving musicians, artists and media figures from around the world. After several incarnations of the "Hate Today Demo" (the first of which caught the attention of En Esch) from 2001-2002 the first album, Bloodcells, was released in 2003, and followed in 2004 with a remix single Mainline Remixes. En Esch of KMFDM, Pigface and Slick Idiot fame appeared on and published their second album in 2005, The Fragile Path: Worlds End. En Esch is also a long time friend and mentor to Juda, and a core influence on The Fragile Path from 2001 on. In 2009 The Fragile Path released the third album, False Reality. This album was very ambitious, and the most internationally based album thus far for TFP. It has appearances by En Esch, Lee Fraser (Sheep On Drugs), Scream13, Braille Korp, the French duo "Life's Decay", Japanese author/ spoken word artist Kenji Siratori, and Radio personality Scott Leffler.The album was very well received both by fans and critics. The Fragile Path is currently planning to start work on a follow up album to False Reality, more news on that as it develops.
Third Realm: http://www.facebook.com/ThirdRealm
Third Realm began as an experimental project back in 2000. Drawing early influences from artists such as Laibach, Skinny Puppy, Nitzer Ebb & Diary of Dreams, front-man Nathan Reiner shaped his sound around the menacing and dark elements of industrial and darkwave music. From day one, the intent of this project was sincere and straightforward: Create from within, shut the eyes to the world of expectation, and let emotions carve the musical journey.
Ghostfeeder, an electro-infused four-piece rock band sent from the dystopian future of Rochester, NY, is the brainchild of the band's vocalist, programmer and songwriter Derek Walborn. Having grown up on a steady musical diet of 8 and 16 bit video game music until his mid teens, Walborn forces Ghostfeeder's rock and pop sensibilities through a distinctive filter of computerized grit and meticulously calculated digital glitches. Raw guitars break through layers of synth leads and keyboard riffing while hook-driven bass lines provide the connective tissue between synthetic drum beats and textures. Walborn creates a sonic environment in which his lyrics can transition from the satirical exaltation of his own ambivalence to more personal themes of heartbreak and mortality. Ghostfeeder's music exemplifies the struggle of the man caught in the machine and, often, finds the line between the two to be blurring.
Genre: Industrial Junk Metal
Hometown: Buffalo, NY
"I had a dream, and it explained the origin of DREK. You guys are fighters from a post-apocalyptic future. One day, while rooting through heaps of scorched trash from the past, you stumbled upon the world's last remaining instruments. Not knowing what these strange devices were or how to use them, you gathered around a burning tire pile, and by the end of the night, had revived the raw, unbridled energy of rock music, which went on to free the minds of those brainwashed zombies still roaming the planet." - Dave Bančić
Digital Afterlife: http://www.facebook.com/DigitalAfterlife
From Buffalo, NY, Digital Afterlife has begun with brothers Paul & Greg Burt. Crafting an alternative electronic sound with an industrial underlying, they spread the message of everyone surviving forever through the confides of the internet through their facebook, youtube, myspace. Each person's personality is imprinted into our technology, living longer than their physical beings, and leaving a lasting impression on all those to glace across their pages.
Throw Away (performing and exclusive goth-themed set): http://www.facebook.com/throwawaybuffalo
"Sunshine and Destruction....something like that...."
Genre: Noise Rock/Alternative/Punk
Members: Matt Biehl-Guitar Vocals, Sean Brennan-Drums, Ian Henderson- 4 string thud board
Hometown: Buffalo, NY
The Finality Complex: http://www.facebook.com/TheFinalityComplex
From Tonawanda, NY. The concept of a finality complex is the thought that the work or ideas of a person are forgotten at death, when there is inevitably some idea this person introduced to someone during his or her life that will continue to influence after death. The influence of a concept that is introduced at one point to the public, or just to a family line, will not stop its influence for the rest of history unless there is some conflict or generational gap where these ideas are lost.
The Haunted Buffalo: http://www.facebook.com/TheHauntedBuffalo
Catholic school/unattractive to most. Eventually wrote/Played Guitar in The Pavers, wrote/guitar/sang in Single Grave Ticket. Lately playing under several pseudonyms to continually get radio show gigs. Now with my trusty assistant Kelly, I am offering myself as a solo artist/singer/songwriter and slowly gathering information and interviews about ghostly goings on, in the Buffalo area and beyond.
Angel's Blurr: http://www.facebook.com/angels.blurr
Angie will be doing her first ever solo performance, armed with a keyboard and a killer voice, her music is sure to haunt & soothe you as it takes over the atmosphere of the room.
Merchandise available from:
Deconstructed Designs: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Deconstructed-Designs/135302706536280
What I do: I have a love for recycling old things into new things. You see an unwanted sweater, I see a Jellyfish. Those boring pants, are now a cute and comfy skirt you can wear out. That piece of clothing you no longer wear for whatever reason, is a pair of leg warmers, a cat, a monster, etc. The possibilities are endless!
What I make: I make a variety of goodies. Skirts, leg warmers, arm warmers, and creatures are probably the most common. I also "diy" things; Taking plain hoodies, shirts, skirts, dresses, etc. and making them fun. On occasion, I make collage quilts. These take quite a bit of time and are usually personalized. They will probably remain rare until I get more free time on my hands or I have more interest!
DJ-ing throughout the day by:
Einsam Fechter: http://www.facebook.com/einsam.fechter
Einsam_Fechter is the resident DJ for Uprising a monthly event held at Broadway Joe's. He spins Industrial/Aggro/EBM/Synthpop/Goth and is always open to requests. Playing bands such as Heimataerde, Aesthetic Perfection, Detroit Diesel, X-Fusion, God Module, Nachtmahr, Unter Null, Dismantled, VNV Nation, Covenant, Evil's Toy, KMFDM, Ministry, Sisters of Mercy, B!machine, Cosmicity, And One, Iris, New Order, and The Cure.
Trying to bring old dubstep vibes with a new age twist, just released my first EP titled "Elemental Dubs", would love you to check it out and tell me what you think of it. Enjoy
& much more TBA!!!
$5.00 pre-sale, $7.00 at the door!
Doors open at: 2:00pm
Running until: 11:00pm
Sunday, December 2nd
at: The 40/8
810 Rein Rd, Cheektowaga, NY
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