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09
Curse, Technophobia, Wingtips, The Holy Circle
Friday, February 9th, 2018
7:30 PM
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Curse (Darkwave, Doom, Electronic - Baltimore) https://cursebaltimore.bandcamp.com Technophobia (Dark Electronic - DC) http://www.technophobiamusic.com https://soundcloud.com/technophobia-dc WINGTIPS (Dreampop / Postpunk - Chicago) http://www.wingtipswebsite.com https://wingtips.bandcamp.com The Holy Circle (Synthpop / Shoegaze - Baltimore) https://theholycircle.bandcamp.com Friday, February 9th, 2018 $10 // 18+ Doors 7:30 PM – Show 8:00 PM Metro Gallery 1700 N Charles St. Baltimore, MD 21201 410 -244-0899 www.themetrogallery.net CURSE is Logan Terkelsen and Jane Vincent. Curse is a two-piece electronic/doom band currently based in Baltimore, MD. The duo formed in November 2011. TECHNOPHOBIA Hailing from Washington, DC, Technophobia has emerged with a sound that reaches back to the early days of EBM and darkwave, yet continually pushes forward. Using hardware and analog synthesizers, Katie and Stephen use a classic approach of layering, sound manipulation, effect processing, and heavy sampling to create their unique sound. The keystone and defining quality of Technophobia is Katie’s vocals. While being melodic, powerful, and poetic they take a pop centric approach to their song writing setting them apart from most in their genre. WINGTIPS was officially formed in 2014 by Vincent Segretario after informally having using the moniker for a number of previous experimental solo performances. In 2015 they self-released Ultravision – a collection of demos recorded at home. The title track from Ultravision, was featured in the TBS television series, Search Party. Wingtips' most recent release, Greyarea, is an androgynous sound of transition – an interpolation of darkly shimmering layers of angular guitar and pulsating EBM. THE HOLY CIRCLE is the newest band from Terence Hannum (Synths), Erica Burgner-Hannum (vocals) and Nathan Jurgenson (drums). Terence, who is known for playing in the black metal-influenced/drone group, Locrian, takes a completely different route with The Holy Circle pulling elements of R&B, synth-pop, and shoegaze to create something completely new.