fire_sign to support Rival Consoles at charity gig Electronica Helps
1st October 2017 at 12:08pm
The leading lights of the British electronica scene will perform in London this October to raise money for charity The Neuro Foundation.
Musical heavyweights Rival Consoles (Erased Tapes), Alex Banks (Monkeytown) and Justin Robertson (Skint/BMG) will take to the stage on Friday 27th October at London Bridge venue OMEARA with support from rising electronica duo fire_sign (4am City).
From this carefully curated line-up you can expect complex, emotional and intricate electronica that will move your mind with its beauty, and your body with its beats. This night of music is a rare, not to be missed treat on the London scene.
Tickets for Electronica Helps are on sale now with Eventbrite and with SEE Tickets with discounted early bird tickets available via Eventbrite until the end of September.
Sweet Oblivion is the first single from London based ‘doomtronica’ duo fire_sign.
Bleak warehouse-techno beats and synthetic pads slowly build under vulnerable vocals and soft cello in a track that “brings to mind the vocal intensity of ‘Dusty in Memphis’ era Dusty Springfield backed by a form of electronic soul that’s warm and dark.”- Electronic North.
“There’s a broad number of sounds and ideas at work on this tune, that should be pulling in very different directions. Instead, the result is a wonderful set of ingredients offering up a lush, engaging soundscape that suggests everything from electronica through to techno.
“At its heart, ‘Sweet Oblivion’ is a wonderfully layered composition weaving in strings and electronics. Glayzer’s vocals, meanwhile, lend a gossamer sheen to proceedings.” – The Electricity Club
Four track hand numbered insert, sticker-sealed, 180 gram vinyl with download code to the full 8 track digital release, limited to 222 copies.
Remixes from Digitonal (Toytronic/Just Music) and Greymatter (Wolf Music Recordings).