Martial Canterel

PopGun Presents

Martial Canterel

INTERVAL, The Wants

Mar 02

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 7:00 pm

Elsewhere - Zone One

Brooklyn, NY

$12

This event is 16 and over

Martial Canterel
Martial Canterel
Sean McBride began under the moniker Moravagine before he started releasing limited edition cassettes and playing Brooklyn dives as Martial Canterel in 2002.
INTERVAL
INTERVAL
In 1986, something changed. Experimental music crept into the mainstream via cable programming and opened up a new world to unsuspecting youth craving for more. The seed for INTERVAL was planted in the 13-year-old mind of Todd Sines. From early bands ranging from punk, industrial, noise and techno, it wasn’t until 1991, where he met his musical better half, Charles Noel in the formation of Body Release with Titonton Duvanté and Michael Szewczyk when they really got the ball rolling.

25 years on, with countless releases for Peacefrog, Ghostly, Planet E, 7th City, Ongaku, Raw Fusion and Circus Co., their burning desire to leave a dent in the realm of post-punk, industrial, EBM and noise has resulted in INTERVAL’s transmit, their debut on HELIC.AL, featuring their close friend Andries Boekelman on bass. Tracked and mixed using Sines’s collection of vintage analog consoles, tape machines and effects units, it’s a departure from the increasingly sterile digital environment most have come to cherish. Instead, they’ve dumped laptops and pitch-correction for analogue time modulators designed for Stevie Wonder, and delays & reverbs dreamt up by Factory Records’ Martin Hannett. Self-described as “post-punk experimental shoegaze goth beat-driven mechanical dirges of love and lust”, INTERVAL is what happens when you take experienced electronic music producers who wear their broken hearts on their sleeves and get them back to their formative roots.
The Wants
The Wants
The Wants strive to create their own vocabulary through a primal deconstruction of their influences—pushing in search of unfamiliar riffs, unfamiliar tones, and an unfamiliar use of language. Through all the proclamations, anxieties, and fears of making art in 2017, they ultimately want a beat that you can move to, maybe even share with the others on the dance floor.
Venue Information:
Elsewhere - Zone One
599 Johnson Ave.
Brooklyn, NY, 11237
http://www.elsewherebrooklyn.com/