25.11.2016, 20:00

Humboldthain - The Vacant Lots (Reverberation/Fuzz Club, USA) + Support: LeVent

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The David Watts Foundation and No Culture present:


American duo The Vacant Lots released their debut album ‘Departure’ via Sonic Cathedral in 2014. ‘Departure’ was mixed and mastered by former Spacemen 3 legend Sonic Boom and follows previous single releases on Mexican Summer, Reverberation Appreciation Society and a split 10” with Suicide’s Alan Vega on Fuzz Club. The key element of The Vacant Lots’ minimalist, primitive rock’n’roll songs is their boundless energy, which tears up the psych template with a genuine punk spirit. This ‘minimal means maximum effect’ aesthetic is something they have developed over the past few years, not least by continuing as a two-piece. The notion of duality is also a recurring theme, whether in the band’s fiercely monochrome artwork or their lyrics, which deal with life and death, love and loss and the human condition. Poetic, but with a streetwise swagger; psych, but with a punk attitude. To this end, Brian spends most of his spare time working with electronics, building pedals and custom effects. Jared’s extra-curricular activities are based around painting and the written word. He had his first book of poetry ‘Empty Space’ published in the same year the band’s debut album, ’Departure’ was released. Recently, the band has worked on an EP in collaboration with Anton Newcombe (Brian Jonestown Massacre) in his studio in Berlin, which is expected to be released on Anton’s label, A Recordings in 2016.


+ Support: LeVent

LeVent, is a Berlin based band, that has since 2015, evolved into one of the most interesting acts on Berlin's underground scene, at least according to vision.de and a fast growing audience. Armed with a six stringed bass, four stringed bass and drums, LeVent self-released their first EP on cassette with Tactical tapes early this year. It's krauty postpunk that urges you move the soles of your feet.