31/01/2020, Magasin 4 presents: RABIA SORDA (MX/DE) + MOAAN EXIS (FR) + FEATHER BOX! It will be a great Dark Electro Industrial party!
Rabia Sorda is a Mexican-German band created in 2003 by Erk Aicrag (known from Hoccico and btw: Hoccico will perform later on in the same venue too) to unleash his inner voices. Rabia Sorda music is an energetic experience, it is all about transforming, destroying and recreating the world around. The band is formed by Erk Aicrag on lead vocals, Marcus Engel on Guitars and Maxx on Drums, They Three together join in to burst the sonic experience beyond the barrier of sound itself. Someone like Erk Aicrag does not require a large scale introduction, he helped shape the history of Hard Electronic music and has spawned numerous copycats and with Rabia Sorda he allows himself to explore music in a different direction, it’s sound could be defined as an Electronic- Rock- Body-Metal-Punk Rock-bastard that was born to stir up some trouble. Rabia Sorda that means “Deaf Rage” is a very personal band name that for Erk means there is no other way than being what he is and therefore he is deaf to other’s opinions on him, because they don’t mean anything to him. In 2013 Rabia Sorda wrote a song about being Deaf, which resumes the band’s attitude to life. We enjoyed their albums so far and will see them for the first time on stage! Hope to see you there too!
Now it might be you don't know the other bands, so it would be a shame to miss them, so here's the info for you:
MOAAN EXIS (FR) (Industrial)
Indus, techno, ambiant cinématic touches, some trinal influences and a very experimental touch. Since 2K15 Moaan Exis explores other genre's and makes something new out of it, but something that will always tell you it's the same guy who created it. Emotions are his fuel, so be ready to be taken over by this guy! He is not alone and will be assisted by: Mathieu Caudron (machines, percussions, vocals). Xavier Guionie (known from Punish Yourself) plays the drums.
FEATHER BOX (Duo éléctrochoc)
There is not much writen about them, but the few pieces they published sound pretty strange, captivating, tribal mixed with a synth and percussions.
Enjoy and don't miss them!