Poster by Daniel Ward, link
Since the demise of Whitehouse, Philip Best's Consumer Electronics has become a wriggling sex machine, his frothing mania bursting forth over an electronic scree with a fervid tumescence that is frightening to behold.
It's the first visit to Nottingham for almost a decade from this "dirty word specialist" so slip into something fancy and make a real night of it. On this occasion Consumer Electronics will be the duo of Sarah Froelich and Philip Best. Don't expect a sympathetic ear.
Over skeletal beats the Mods unleash an airborne stream of anger so virulent it'd have the ebola virus cowering in the corner given half a chance. Upcoming LP, Austerity Dogs, on Harbinger Sound promises to be a stone classic already and deserves to be dropped on major population centres in the UK in much the same way as other explosive payloads.
The paucity of Internet yak on this unit should give you a clue as to how rare a live outing this is. Limited communiques from his own Strange Rules label go straight to the dedicated and are highly-sought after by the desperate. Dark and fractured electronics.
SATURDAY 9th MARCH 2013
The CHAMELEON Arts Cafe, Nottingham [MAP]
(Old Market sq / alleyway 23 steps away from the Bell Inn, above the gift card shop that used to be Clinton Cards and next to Gamestation)
8.00pm doors -- £6 door / £5 advanced / £5 High Society card and OAP's
Link to Facebook event