Looking for something to hear on August 8 and in the mood for cheeky early-80s synth-punk? Well you’re in luck, because the American band Crash Course in Science are, after playing live European dates all this time, coming to America for a super-rare gig. We hear they’re keeping it real by using as many analog synthesizers as they can, instead of boring laptops. They’ll be joined by Brooklyn electronic duo XENO & OAKLANDER and DJ Scott Mou.
Their songs Cardboard Lamb and Flying Turns put them on the map in the early 80s, inspiring recent remixes by David Carretta, Vitalic and Villalobos…
Here’s their original — and funny! — version of Cardboard Lamb…
Crash Course in Science w/ XENO & OAKLANDER
Thursday, August 8, 2013
Le Poisson Rouge
9:00 pm (doors open at 8:00)
$10 – $12, buy tickets here