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Mutant, Massiver, Filthy

After suffering a hit that required Bottom Bracket Social Club to close its doors for a few months, the beloved hip haven is back with a gnarly bill that you definitely want to check out — especially if you're curious about venturing into the underbelly of dark, noisy local music. Opening the night is the chunky synth composer duo Massiver, who, with a blend of atmospheric drone and crushing keyboards, create walls of beautiful distorted sound. Also on the bill is throwback industrial artist Mutant, who use VHS tape sounds and vintage electronics to score soundtracks fit for the dystopian future (think Nine Inch Nails circa 1989). And finally, closing out the night, is Filthy, a seriously good blast from the icy cold past of 80s dark wave and post punk, with punching electronic drums and gloomy guitar. Meaning it's gonna get like The Lost Boys soundtrack up in there.

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