No Natural Order for Pharmakon
conscious that our section dedicated to tantalize your neighbours had been neglected over the past months, we expected a genuine nugget to calm down your desire to scare your neighbours (and friends, and family) to death.
so, the return of Pharmakon may be the best way to enjoy this tremendous pleasure, since the lady announced the forthcoming release of Contact, a new album expected on Sacred Bones on march 31st. the release date of the album will mark the tenth anniversary of Margaret Chardiet’s musical project, who is well-known in the NYC underground experimental scene.
No Natural Order has just popped up and we delighted to share this industrial noise wonder. of course, it is recommended to play it very loud and to orientate your sound system towards your neighbour’s flat accordingly, in order to get the most of her threatening voice and sound.
in case you missed Transmission, the first excerpt of Contact, here is an opportunity to catch up.
Pharmakon’s upper-class doomsday music has also to be experienced live, because Chardiet’s performance is absolutely unique and very, very impressive. her powerful fury is highly spellbinding and beyond comparison. we had the chance to discover her as she opened for Swans in 2014, and this was an outstanding and unforgettable moment.
Apr 1, 2017 The Hague, NL Rewire Festival
Apr 14, 2017 Brooklyn, NY Brooklyn Bazaar
Apr 20, 2017 Paris, FR Instantes Chavires
Apr 22, 2017 Berlin, DE Ausland
Apr 23, 2017 Brussels, BE Ancienne Belgique
Apr 25, 2017 London, UK Electrowerkz
Apr 26, 2017 Brighton, UK The Haunt (w/ Blanck Mass)
Apr 27, 2017 Nottingham, UK Chameleon
Apr 28, 2017 Manchester, UK Soup Kitchen
Apr 29, 2017 Bristol, UK The Exchange
May 3, 2017 Lisbon, PT ZDB
May 4, 2017 Madrid, ES La Boite
May 5, 2017 Barcelona, ES Upload
May 6, 2017 Krems, AT Donau Festival
May 21, 2017 Durham, NC Moogfest