At Sonar Dome Rush Hour Records presented Beat Dimensions and a live show by the hip-hop ragga and funk duo Hearin’ Aid.
The noise field was inside the Sonar Complex with a powerful show that was almost dangerous for your ears, for the first time presenting the American Wolf Eyes who exploited all the power of their throat. they got supported by the post-industrial sound coming from strange sound boxes.
Wolf eyes inundated the atmosphere with noise rage and set the dark landscape for the next session of rude epileptic metal from the KTL duo. Peter Rehberg (Pita) and Stephen O’Malley (Sunn O)))) played a powerful show immersed in fog and white lights that transformed the atmosphere into a ghostly place full of disturbance.
After sunset, the Sonar Village brought fresh sound from the Canadian Junior Boys. The electronic sounds overlap pop and funk in a harmonic combination with the Juniors playing like seniors.
When the night fell, one of the last shows of the day brought > America’s new sensation: Hey Willpower mix R&B and hip hop sounds with a Kitsch presence and lots of fun on stage with their weirdo dancing performances.
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