Unrest Over Glasgow

 24 May
 421 Sauchiehall Street - G2 3LG - Glasgow - United Kingdom
 Derek Crozier
A night of POWER ELECTRONICS from some of the best acts currently hailing from the UK. Doors - 19.00, £5 on the door SHIFT : Originating from Malmö and based in the UK. SHIFT has releases on Freak Animal, AWWFN, Cold Spring and also own label Unrest Productions. The latest album "Altamont Rising" was released in 2014. SHIFT has been very active on the live circuit throughout the UK and Europe but in recent years live appearances have become much more rare. This is SHIFT's first time in Glasgow since 2008. AM NOT : AM NOT is a Death industrial project operating in North London. The project began in 2010 and soon found support in Unrest Productions who have released all the material to date. AM NOT’s small discography comprises of 1 tape “First Morbid vibrations” (2011) and the newly released full length album “Unpunished.” Drawing on a broad range of musical, historical and visual influences AM NOT aims to produce a soundtrack and visuals incorporating strong subject matter and audio visual aggression in order to attack, criticise and question as well as providing catharsis through noise worship. KEVLAR : KEVLAR (UK) formed in 2010, has been performing live across UK and Europe since early days. Kevlar self-released their first album: “Alpha Strife” in 2014. The latest one: “Criteria” will be released by Unrest Productions, in mid-2015. Our explorations oscillate around social and political structures with a strong reference to military. STAB ELECTRONICS : S.T.A.B. Electronics is power electronics from UK which started just after Marco Corbelli's death as a tribute. Themes are based solely on paranoia, deep depression, sexual anxiety, male and female perversion, dealing with problems of inner self, and suicide. S.T.A.B. Electronics has no political agenda! You are all just meat decaying every day. IRON FIST OF THE SUN : Hailing originally from Druids Heath in Birmingham. Iron Fist of the Sun is the current sonic project of industrial protagonist Lee Howard. Personal obsessions skewed by drug use, codes of behaviour observed by a misanthropic mind. Bitter and cold. Nihilistic and scornful. Elitist and Pure. Birmingham Nihilism! After several releases on Cold Spring Records and Unrest Productions IFOTS next album "We Can Yeild Our Own Footsteps" is set to be released on Cold Spring.

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