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    Following a rammed February edition featuring Demdike Stare, Brighton’s most unheimlich monthly event The Outer Church continues its journey into the art of darkness with a three-headed behemoth of a March edition.

    Kentish Out Folk soothsayer Alexander Tucker appears in advance of his new album, Dorwytch, which will be released in April by Thrill Jockey. The album features several songs inspired by the work of comics genius Alan Moore and the OC can confirm that is is his best work to date.

    Currently promoting the limited edition Memowrekz 2xC60 set on Mordant Music, Bristol’s Ekoplekz will be fouling the atmosphere with his lopsided blend of sick bass and Radiophonic degradation. Visuals by Jade Boyd.

    Raime continue to spread the gospel of unease ahead of their third 12” release on Blackest Ever Black. When I first witnessed the duo live at Unsound in Poland, I was astonished to learn that it was their debut live performance. Formidable.

    Hope to see you there!

    Thursday 10th March
    Komedia Brighton
    £5/£4 concs.
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    This will be terrific .
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    Everyone should try and pop along.....I'm djing a little , but the main lineup should more than make up for that !
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    God they are brilliant. I totally recommend people get their releases.

    I wish i could go. I hate it up here (sob...)
    • CommentTimeMar 2nd 2011
    Hmm. My flight back north leaves on the 11th... Anyone for a roadtrip to this from London?
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    Last night was fabulous..Raime were elemental and outstanding , Ekoplekz a dubtastic West Country Throbbing Gristle science lab , and Alexander Tucker a cello-wielding force of nature.
    A terrific evening...roll on April !