The Hundred In the Hands / Presssures / Vorhees
Friday, Jun 15, 2012 10:00 PM CDT
Empty Bottle, Chicago, IL
21 years and over
Calling their brand of electronic psychedelic pop “House Gaze,” Brooklyn’s THE HUNDRED IN THE HANDS return tonight with a brand new LP, RED NIGHT, a self-produced chronicle of late-hour pining awash in digital glow and urban buzzing, out this month via Warp Records. Full of dubbed out vocals, disco shivers and Summertime-Gothic dreamy bits, THE HUNDRED IN THE HANDS have created an inimitable world that is already buzzing to be one of this year’s standouts. PRESSSURES returns with their avant-pop songs full of haunting melodies and propulsive beats and VORHEES, the one woman show of DANA WACHS, opens with her ethereal live guitar tones processed through a haze of vintage analogue gear layered over aggressive, sneering fuzz and muted electronic beats.