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18.10., 20:00 Uhr, Abendkasse 8 Euro
10 000 RUSSOS + SERPiENTE
Vorverkauf: 7,00 (zzgl. VVK-Gebühren im Underdog Recordstore)

Psych-Pop, Drone, Postpunk & Psychedelic Minimal aus Porto und Köln

10 000 RUSSOS

João Pimenta (drums/vocals), Pedro Pestana (guitar) and André Couto (bass), emerged from what they call “a dark, decadent city of a peripheral country in a peripheral continent”: Porto, Portugal. They formed in 2012 and soon released a four track EP, triggering some national buzz and, as many great guitar bands these days, they stumbled upon the international Psych community. They eventually shared stages with the likes of A Place To Bury Strangers and Wooden Shjips and getting signed to Fuzz Club to release their first full length record.

In opposition to most of their peers, 10,000 Russos have concentrated on creating soundscapes of the subconscious. The working environment has been fundamental to the flow of their long, obscure urban jams. Recalling the savage and repetitive progressions of Neu! and the longest and grimmest drones of Suicide, the marching heart-beat in the background gives the music the stomp of a solemn drumming ritual across the wastelands of the mind.

SERPiENTE

Joel Jaffe and Gonzalo de la Fuente met each other for first time in the forest the summer of 2015, in some kind of awesome electronic party.

They first met in the train on their way there and then splitted.

Then Gonzalo appeared with his flatmate on a rubber raft across the lake. Some naked Art students who were taking a bath in the lake saw the raft and took them to the shore, where people were sitting around the fire.

The first thing Gonzalo thought, is that they were mermaids and he thought that would be a weird omen. He wasn't sure that it would be good, but indeed it would be weird, and according to his personal philosophy that is almost better than good the most of the times.

Joel was chilling on the shore, and so the connection was made. After that, they started playing in a garage band, organizing shows, doing graphic design together, and making electronic music.

This last project is what we called SERPIENTE.