Ada Milea și Bobo Burlăcianu Live în Quantic

🔻 Ada Milea și Bobo Burlăcianu 🔺
📅 Luni, 14 iunie / acces public 19:00

📜 Program eveniment:
➡️ Acces public 19:00 ⏰
▶️ 20:00 -> Concert Ada Milea și Bobo Burlăcianu

🎫Bilete:
– 55 lei – acces general – presale – până pe 13.06.2021 inclusiv -> https://bit.ly/3ow6CXJ
– 70 lei – acces general – doar în ziua evenimentului – 14.06.2021 la intrare

Boxa portabila JBL GO3, IPX67, Bluetooth, Camuflaj

Boxa portabila JBL GO3, IPX67, Bluetooth, Camuflaj

Concert cu personaje de o tristețe comică zguduitoare. Nici muzică, nici teatru, sau (poate) amândouă exact în același timp.
Două personaje pe care le îndrăgești orice ar face, Ada Milea și Bobo Burlăcianu, în sfârșit se urcă pe scena Quantic, după o “pauză binemeritată” (a se citi nedorită, neplacută, să nu se mai întâmple) cu pohta de cântat.

Concert în doi pe scenă și câțiva în public, pe 14 iunie, la Quantic, Gradina de Vară.* Evenimentul se organizează respectând toate normele în vigoare la data la care are loc acesta. Regulile de participare vor fi anunțate și completate pe masură ce se vor anunța public.

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Every Hour Kills Juxtapose Angular Heaviness With Soaring Melody On “Euclidian”

Every Hour Kills, from Calgary, Canada, has a reputation for putting out solid, immersive EPs and creatively artistic music videos. Their latest work “Vacua” is expanding on their trademark sound, albeit it’s a twisted, heavier version than what fans have got used to over the years. This new release will see a new vocalist in the form of Jei Doublerice (Abiogenesis, Despite Exile, Sensory Amusia) and with his inclusion; EHK does away with a lot of the melody and clean vocals, swapping them for brutal breakdowns and turbulent vocals. The initial glimpse into this new form is through the single “Euclidian”.

Whisky Cardhu 12YO, Single Malt 40%, 0.7l

The single was co-written with Chris Wiseman (Currents, Shadow of Intent) and is an introduction to the new style with Doublerice. His riffing style complements Sacha Laskow’s perfectly and what came out was an amalgamation of this technical riffing with whacky synths/time signatures/cinematic breakdown. Doublerice came in over top with his signature intense style to wrap everything up. This is the shortest song on the EP and gets in and gets out with no filler.

Acknowledging that this new EP might not be for everyone, founder, guitarist, and producer Sacha Laskow, shares that this work is the result of a “dark, tumultuous fucked up year” for him personally, along with many other people. He explains further:

“As lucky as I am to still have work and my basic needs met, the emotional rollercoaster still affected me strongly and I ended up unemployed for a period in 2020, and thus this EP was born. It is both more human in that I collaborated more strongly with new songwriters and Jei on vocals, but also more mechanical as I also wrote with the assistance of AI creation tools, and most of the instrumentation is programmed MIDI. I feel like this is my most honest work as a writer, to express what comes to mind rather than fit into a box or template of what Every Hour Kills ‘should’ sound like. It may alienate some people but so be it!”

“Vacua” will be the fourth studio release from the band, following “Every Hour Kills” (2015), “Fragile Machine” (2018) and “Re:awaken” (2020). The djenty scorecore is recommended for fans of Veil of Maya, Born of Osiris, and Periphery

The single “Euclidian” is out now as of June 4th and can be heard on the following platforms:

Spotify, Apple Music, Bandcamp – https://everyhourkills.com/ig/ 

EP “Vacua” will be released later this year.

For more info:
EveryHourKills.com
Facebook.com/EveryHourKills
YouTube.com/everyhourkills
Instagram.com/alansachalaskow
Twitter.com/everyhourkills

About:
“Every hour wounds, but the last one kills” – Anonymous

Every Hour Kills is a rotating collective ensemble featuring the core of ex-Divinity / Enditol guitarist and producer Sacha Laskow, bassist Brent Stutsky (ex-Breach of Trust), along with vocalists Jei Doublerice (Despite Exile, Abiogenesis) and Jerrod Maxwell-Lyster (ex-Out of Your Mouth).

Every Hour Kills was built to challenge the idea of what defines a “band”. Rather, the group sees itself as a constantly evolving musical collective; guest vocalists and soloists across the songs bring their own unique artistry and elevate the collective impact of Every Hour Kills’ brand. The lyrics, artwork, visuals, and themes all look toward the future, asking the key postmodern question of how will emerging technology and our humanity progress and co-exist?

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