Lil Ugly Mane & No Warning

Lil Ugly Mane & No Warning

Nate Young: Regression, Never Ending Game, Black Noi$e, FREEDOM

Sat. October 20

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm (event ends at 2:00 am)

$20.00

This event is all ages

Lil Ugly Mane
Lil Ugly Mane
Travis Miller (born May 13, 1984) is a multi-genre American recording artist and music producer from Richmond, Virginia. He is best known for his 2012 album Mista Thug Isolation and his 2015 album Oblivion Access, both of which were released under his most popular stage name Lil Ugly Mane.
No Warning
No Warning
No Warning is a hardcore punk band from Toronto, Canada. They broke up in late 2005 and reunited in 2013.

Contact info:
young.guv@gmail.com
Nate Young: Regression
Nate Young: Regression
Iconic noise artist Nate Young is best known for his work in the group Wolf Eyes. Created by Young in 1998, the now-legendary noise group defined the genre. His primitive drum sequencing and unique vocal delivery gave listeners some of their most memorable music experiences. In the decade that followed, Wolf Eyes toured the world, released reams of records, collaborated with heavies, and generally enamored and influenced a generation.

A skilled workbench electrician, Young has always involved hand-built devices and reconstituted consumer electronics in his practice. In 2007, his group Demons rediscovered vintage synthesizers as a means to create electronic compositions and led a resurgence of interest in synthesizer music.

Over the past few years, Young has been carefully crafting his own signature solo sound. After the completion of his recent Regression trilogy (part one being the self-titled disc on Ideal in 2009; 2011′s "Stay Asleep" LP on NNA as part two; and part three "Other Days" on Japanese label Rockatansky in 2012), Young begins a new chapter in his personal sound world, and it is perhaps his biggest leap forward musically thus far. Regression "Blinding Confusion" enters a new era, retaining the techniques and studies from his previous work and raising them to new levels. Intense compositional building and structure seep through each track, traversing new ground melodically while still upholding Nate's patented over-bearing weight of dread and slow-burning darkness at all the right moments.

Deep, percussive brutality and pulsing neurosis mesh with somber burial hymns, held together by Young's technical prowess and mastery of his chosen gear. Each frequency is given it's own unique role and characteristic voice, deeply chilled by the arid space of decay via tape manipulation/disintegration, howling its way through the grooves of the record like a cold wind of dead space that billows throughout, unrelenting. Atonal, morphing, and modulating bass lines pulse and plod their way through, like the unseen presence of the undead ascending a creaking stairway, leading upwards toward a nebulous void. This establishes a truly horrific atmosphere while honoring primitive technology, refined with a thick dose of originality. Self-recorded at Burning Log Studios and M.U.G. in Young's native zone of Detroit, Michigan, combined with high definition mastering and cutting by Lupo at Calyx in Berlin, Germany, make "Blinding Confusion" the defining artifact by one of the United States' most talented voices in noise and experimental music.
Never Ending Game
Never Ending Game
FREEDOM
Venue Information:
El Club
4114 Vernor Hwy
Detroit, MI, 48209