Date: 18/06/2021 08:00 PM


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MoshPit Bar, Erskineville

Fri, 18 Jun 2021, 8:00 PM
Sydney, Australia

Get on down to the MoshPit Bar (or live-stream) for a night full to the brim of LIVE INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICA! ZCluster" is the Sydney-based industrial/gothic offspring of vocalist Sai Lillith and electronic producer/guitarist INfest8 . Shortly after forming in late-2016, the duo independently released their debut EP Broken Things. Creating emotionally charged dark siren songs, the combination of INfest8's dirty, lushly layered grooves and Lillith's intense and seductive vocal performances inevitably leave an unforgettable mark on audiences and listeners. Delivering powerful, striking and engaging live performances since their inception, ZCluster have carved out a string of shows through the clubs and venues of Sydney and Melbourne to consistent critical acclaim with fellow electronic/industrial acts including SHIV-R and SNVFF. Cheap Coffins is a one-man alternative / industrial band from Wollongong, Australia. On one hand, Cheap Coffins fuse heavy tribal drums with chugging guitar riffs, fast-paced beats over furious synths, and aggressive vocals over industrial noises. But on the other hand, shining vocals soar over grand chord progressions, layered harmonies dance over trap beats, and pristine layers of clean guitar weave through electronic drums. Cheap Coffins performs using a combination of live and MIDI instruments, looping together vocals, guitars, drums, samples, synths and keys to single-handedly create dark, evocative, cathartic and intense music. For fans of Nine Inch Nails, HEALTH, Tool, Devin Townsend, King Crimson, Radiohead, Karnivool, Sleep Token, Author & Punisher… Military Position is the solo industrial act of Harriet K Morgan who" makes dark industrial that encapsulates the utter frustration and powerlessness of a woman thrashing at the boundaries of what the concept of womanhood should be. Sometimes threatening, sometimes heart-wrenching; Morgan stares trauma dead in the face and then demolishes it with a fucking monster truck. Her performances create a picture" of wretched humanity, a triumph of will, a ruthless and beautiful expression. Not for the cowards. A true live act of real life revenge. + SCAR