M.E.S.H. + WILTED WOMAN + BELARISK
Le Laboratoire Cambridge
Thursday, November 19, 2015

DRAW and Non-Event present

M.E.S.H. (PAN records)
WILTED WOMAN (Primitive Languages)
BELARISK (Type)

Le Laboratoire (Directions)
650 East Kendall Street
Cambridge, MA
(617) 945-7515 ext. 110
8pm
Admission
Door: $15 general admission, $12 Non-Event members

A resident at the now infamous Janus party in Berlin, M.E.S.H. followed up releases with kindred labels Dyssembler and Black Ocean with his debut PAN EP, ’Scythians’. Most recently, he released his debut LP, ‘Piteous Gates,’ on PAN. A collection of immersive sounds and textures that range from shattered glass and broken bones to abandoned clubs, M.E.S.H. explores the violence and aggression that is intrinsic to modern urban culture.

In addition to his club experience, M.E.S.H’s work is equally well contextualized by his community of peers – he is a frequent collaborator with contemporary artist Aleksandra Domanović, has exchanged remixes with Arca and Fatima Al Qadiri, and is a formative figure in an ascendent community of net aware underground club artists in Berlin including Lotic, Renaissance Man and TCF.

WILTED WOMAN is the solo moniker of Eel Burn, currently residing between Berlin, Germany and Providence, RI. Wilted Woman makes electronic dance music, sort of, with elements reaching from noise to industrial and musique concrète. Ad Hoc described recent release Bio Inspo as “a diversely entangled web of modulating, mutant melodies, full of stuttering syncopations that surround you, bouncing in polyrhythmic, spatially aware patterns Reminiscent of the sound of a broken computer attempting dial-up, only with an interference in the connection.”

BELARISK is the experimental electronic endeavor of Lee Tyndall. Raw, synthesized “feelings” music. End-times music. Operating with singular synthetic device and intermittent magnetic tape fields. Interplay between artificial life and reality. Paranoid spirits built from electricity, communication without words, lunar cycles and visions of displaced things or beings, possibly non-human. Forthcoming album on Type Records.