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Golden Cabinet: Sam Kerridge This Week
The Quietus , March 24th, 2015 16:40

Support comes from Drunk In Hell and GunCleaner

2015 has seen Golden Cabinet go from strength to strength, following up putting on Perc and Vatican Shadow last year with excellent shows from the likes of Karen Gwyer and Objekt at their local, the Kirkgate community centre. This Saturday they're flying in Contort label boss Samuel Kerridge from Berlin for a expectantly excellent evening set.

Kerridge plays following the release of his second album, Always Offended Never Ashamed, released earlier this year on Contort, "another "giant slab" of his signature technoid apocalypse", as declared by Maria Perevedentseva in our review. She further writes, "Kerridge situates the listener in that classic nightmare scenario where you know you're in too deep but your leaden legs aren't going anywhere, and he lets the instruments of your demise orbit around, slowly but surely attuning your attention to their various timbral constitutions, and heightening your sensitivity to the point of catastrophic over-stimulation." Not for the faint of heart then.

Check out a mix recorded ahead of the show by friend of GC FurtureBastard below:

Golden Cabinet March guest mix (FutureBastard Downwards Horse Piss) by Golden Cabinet on Mixcloud

Drunk In Hell, self-proclaimed purveyors of "booze, drugs, porn, personality disorders, and shit nights out" will be providing support, alongside "the house band at the techno club in Silent Hill", GunCleaner.

Tickets are still available, cost £10 (or £12 OTD) and can be bought here. Get down early before they run out of excellent local ales and homemade vegan cake, and stay tuned on the Quietus for a full length feature on Golden Cabinet and those behind it later this month.

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