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The Haxan Cloak (UK) + Pharmakon (US) + Ulwhednar + Samlingen + Mai Nestor + Crazy Bitch in a Cave (AT)
112 51 Stockholm
112 51 Stockholm
The Haxan Cloak is 29 year old London-based avant-garde musician Bobby Krlic. Krlic studied Music and Visual Arts at the University of Brighton.
He has released several CD-R EPs, all sold at live shows and currently out of print, bar one being distributed exclusively by the Aurora Borealis label. His self-titled debut album was released by Aurora Borealis in February 2011, featuring guest players Mikhail Karikis (Sub Rosa), Finn McNicholas (a.k.a. Ultre) and Liam Sparkes of Trencher and Drum Eyes. July 2012 saw the release of the one-track CD "...The Men Parted The Sea To Devour The Water".
He has played live with Matthew Bower, Prurient, Cold Cave, Neil Campbell and others. He has collaborated with Mikhail Karikis...
1) Pharmakon is the noise / death industrial project of Margaret Chardiet, which has been operating out of The Red Light District collective in New York City since 2007.
2) Pharmakon is a two-piece black metal band from Melbourne, Australia formed in 2010.
1)Thus far, Pharmakon has released a self-titled EP out on Bloodlust! in 2008 and three full-lengths (Abandon, Bestial Burden and Contact) on Sacred Bones Records. Chardiet is also a member of the projects Throat and Cheena. Margaret Chardiet was born and raised in New York City . As a founding member of the Red Light District collective in Far Rockaway, NY she has been a figurehead in the underground experimental scene since the age of seventeen. She points out that ...
Crazy Bitch In A Cave is not your typical One-Man-Band.
Started in early 2007, it's about making POP under special circumstances. With a strong DIY feeling Crazy Bitch In A Cave produces little Pop-Anthems, trying to be as annoying and over the top as possible.
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