Next week is a big one as Aesthetic Perfection and Solar Fake hit the Drunken Unicorn on February 3rd on the Industrial Pop Tour and Youth Code will be at the Masquerade on the 4th supporting Code Orange on their Forever Tour. Here’s a preview of what you have in store:
Industrial Pop Tour
The industrial pop of Daniel Graves is never boring. From start to finish his albums run the gamut of influences, always deliver catchy hooks, and are guaranteed to make your head bounce to the beat. What you also get with Aesthetic Perfection is style. His videos are well made, well thought out, and again, never boring. In the industrial world this is something that is severely lacking and it certainly sets him apart from the pack. Did I mention this is their first major tour in three years? Go see them!
Click HERE to find Aesthetic Perfection music videos and how to buy digital and physical copies of albums.
This German electronic duo is made up of Sven Friedrich (previously of Zeraphine and Dreadful Shadows) and Andre Feller (also from Dreadful Shadows). They’ve established quite a following in Europe, selling out shows, drawing big crowds at festivals, and touring with heavyweights like VNV Nation, Project Pitchfork, and Covenant. I don’t remember them ever coming to America and a check on Setlist.fm backs that up. This is a very rare opportunity!
Click HERE to check out their albums but be prepared to shell out the extra bucks because you’ll be paying in Euros. Even on Amazon you’re going to be paying a higher import price. Spotify is a really good place to find their albums as long as you’re okay not having a physical copy.
I’m not as familiar with NYXX as I am of the other two acts on the tour but if her music videos are top notch and her sound is a great blend of old school with new school. Plus, you can’t beat that witch style look she’s got going on.
Click HERE to check out her site to buy her music and watch her music videos.
Youth Code are the Los Angeles based duo of Sara Taylor and Ryan George. Their old-school EBM is infused with punk rock swagger that wins over even the most jaded crowds. Speaking of crowds, they’ve seen their fair share and also got great exposure touring with the likes of Skinny Puppy, Front Line Assembly, and Suicide Commando. I had the opportunity to see them on the Skinny Puppy/Front Line Assembly tour and it was great to see them win the crowd over. They came in as somewhat unknowns to a lot of fans but they left that tour as a force to be reckoned with. Be careful if you’re close to the stage because they start a riot in the pit.
Check out what they have on offer at their Bandcamp page.