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Xander Harris • Drake Hardin • Alan George Ledergerber • Super Public

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Named for a “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” character, Austin-based Xander Harris presents controlled, dark synth often tagged as electronic body music (EBM). Immersed in the international EBM scene, Harris has stayed on the radar with a world tour, remixes (including Mogwai and Peaking Lights tracks) and prolific recording. His latest album, The New Dark Age of Love is out now on Not Not Fun. He also grew up in West Texas with the following two artists. Composer, polymath and new father Drake Hardin has been a bit scarce on the scene lately. Musically, he's capable of just about anything, from Fahey-esque banjo medleys to minimalist drone. Alan George Ledergerber has gotten into analog electronics reminiscent of the early '60s pioneers, with squeep-y, random bleep-bloops rewiring your neural pathways. Live, he still wears that bunny mask, which comes off fairly creepy due to an utter lack of accompanying theatrics. Call it slow-burn performance art. Super Public is Rudi Thornburgh (Deadtown Lovers) and creates thoroughly saturated cloud-pillow electronica in the vein of Underworld. The electrons start flying at 8:30 p.m. on Saturday, June 8, at Synchro Studio (512-B Yale SE). Cover is $7, and it's all-ages. (Derek Caterwaul)

Saturday Jun 8, 2013

Synchro Studio

512-B Yale SE
Albuquerque, NM 87106
US

Cost:

$7

Ages:

ALL-AGES!

    Contact:

    Garrison Grant