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AFTERNOIZ Archive

Live report: Barbara's Straight Son, Duoyu & Violent Cartoons live @ DeathDisco


Duoyu Duoyu || Jo Gogou Photography

So... Holy Week was over. And what week would that be without Greek dancing and  clarinets? The smell of meat cooking and traditional clothing? But, truth be told, it all ended mixed together at 15/4, Wednesday night at Psirri, Athens, at the Death Disco. It is a place that reveals many musical events and holds many surprises for us.

Of course the above had nothing to do with what we saw, lived and heard - no confusion there.
It was not the weekend, yet many were strolling around the streets (half of them not working, schools closed etc) at the very busy street in Ogigou & Lepeniotou street. Very early, like 9 o'clock and many known and knew faces gathered around.
If I want to be honest, I will have to admit I was not prepared for what I heard, although I was preparing myself many days before. One of the positive of the night was that people really came and it started on time.  

First on stage were the the Violent Cartoons. Proggressive funk mixed with some post and a history from Schoolwave  Not boring or tiring at all on stage! That was  a relief and prepared me for the next ones.
A line we heard a lot? “Next week our EP will be released!’
For more info find them in Facebook: www.facebook.com/violent-Cartoons /324578947564248?ref=bookmarks.

Next were the Duoyu. A crazed band that made you not to want to stop jumping around with plenty of humour! The trumpet accompanying them was perfectly aligned with the rest of the set. The Athenian band, formed in 2010, have spread their wings and are preparing something new. In May, 2014, they recorded their first album, the  Atomic clock, produced by Jimmy spliff. It was released in November, 29, 2014.
My outcome? Crazy music people, I am waiting to hear the complete one.
You can check them in www.duoyuband.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/Duogu.band

Last, but not least, the stars of the night,  Barbara's Straight Son. With Nikos Halntoupis and Fotis Velentzas. In 2008 they released their first album, the Randomness is not to achieve. Inspired by ancient religions and science fiction to satyre and drum n  bass.  In 2009 two more people were added, Loukas Giannakitsas and Alexis Stavropoulos.
They came on stage with a beautiful and psychedelic video to match their music. Images of shadows of women, totally vintage. Footage from Big-foot and shapes, like in a kaleidoscope.  A video that makes you drift, trip and daydream.
For more info:
Free New album download : www.barbarasstraightson.com facebook: www.facebook.com/pages/Barbaras- straight-son/313300021856

Beware and this Holy week shall always be a long lasting holiday (Lord forbid or else may the Lord be with us)


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