Badehaus Berlin & el borracho berlin gigs proudly present:
Tales of Murder and Dust (Dk — Fuzz Club Records)
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Tales of Murder and Dust play cinematic, dark Psych/Post-Punk, delivered with razor sharp precision and chilling assaults of beautiful noise. Since their debut in 2009, Tales of Murder and Dust has moved through an impressive range of styles and genre-explorations; from their wicked Neo-psychedelic/Shoegaze classic “Hallucination of Beauty”(2012) to their up-tempo gothic Post-Punk on Skeleton Flowers EP (2013)
With their latest offering, 'The Flow In Between' (2016, Fuzz Club Records) they have continued walking down a heavy, dark path with a signature sound that has placed them on the forefront of Scandinavian Psych-noir and set an exciting course for their next release (2018).
The band has played more than international 100 concerts since their breakthrough in 2013, including supporting gigs for The Black Angels and Wooden Shjips. Last year the band had their US debut tour and invitational appearance at PSYCHO LAS VEGAS.
This Fall, the band has been booked as supporting act for Black Rebel Motorcycle Club and Psychic TV.
Tales of Murder and Dust play experimental, dark noiserock with Post-punk elements.
«We are living in a new era of post-punk. Bleak, psychedelic-blues mirroring the despondent times we live in. And nothing is darker than the Berlin winter. Cue Wichswut, a band of krautrock, psych-driven noise, perpetually making music for
the Armageddon from deep inside their Berlin bunker. Having just released their self-titled EP, a record of dystopic electronics, penetrating guitar heaviness, with a claustrophobic eeriness about it, the band are just starting to pick up their well
merited traction in Berlin.
Wichswut are just part of the latest wave of Berlin new wave bands; artists distorting the conventional music timeline, converging the past, future and hopelessness that has become our future. Consisting of Lucian Busse on bass, Lars Deutrich on drums, Sascha Niemann on guitar, and the low growlings of vocalist Eddie Chebbi, Wichswut’s reputation has largely been built on their live performances. An extension of their experimental arm, Wichswut’s shows squeal with synthesized distortion, overwhelming audiences with a mountain of noise. It’s a real ‘assault in the dark’, as described by the band themselves.
The dark, moody, and aggressive music, defined by their recordings, is the perfect soundtrack for Berlin – a city looking to find its dirty-fashioned, rock music underground. By honouring the likes of Reed, and Bowie, while staying true to their German, psych-kraut roots, Wichswut are truly a new pedigree that within no time at all, will surely be compared to the global post-punk talents such as Eagulls or Girl Band. Here’s to a world of no hope. No future. And great music.» (Dan Cole, europavox.com)