Sat, December 7th

A Split-Second with Crash Course in Science

rock TICKETS

Doors 11PM
Show
Advance Price $25
Door Price $30

Advanced online ticket sales stop at 5pm on day of show
If available, more tickets are available at door


A SPLIT-SECOND
Live in their ONLY North America show
w/ Crash Course In Science


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A SPLIT-SECOND

A career fueled by ambition, built on hard work and constant perseverance ... An overpowering blend of digital pulses, distorted guitars and intriguing vocals ... A stance that cannot be ignored, thriving on experiment and emotion ... A SPLIT-SECOND are simply too good to be ignored, and from their conception in 1985 it didn't take the world long to acknowledge the importance of their unique musical vision.

With classic records like 'Flesh' (Blueprint for the Belgian-based new beat movement), 'Rigor Mortis' and 'Ballistic Statues' they secured themselves a place at the forefront of the international underground, while elaborate albums displayed a group capable of embracing a variety of lyrical themes and musical ingredients, arranging them into the ultimate aural synthesis for body and mind. Lengthy tours of Europe and North America further established A SPLIT-SECOND's reputation as one of the most vital forces in electronic, subversive rock.

After years of silence A SPLIT-SECOND emerged again to give a fantastic ‘best of ‘concert on the first edition of the Belgian Independent Music Festival (2002) where they stunned friend and enemy with their still strong and energetic live show. Later, on the nEUROBEATs festival (2004), where they headlined, and yet again at the reknown Swedish Tinitus Festival (2004) they played very convincing and energetic sets.
Today A SPLIT-SECOND is still available for clubshows and /or festivals with a 'Best of' set including such hits as Flesh, Rigor Mortis, Firewalker, On command and many many more!

http://asplitsecond.net/discography/  

 

CRASH COURSE IN SCIENCE

Crash Course in Science (CCIS) has developed a completely unique sound some call tight ‘minimal synth electro techno body wave'. The band began when art school students Dale Feliciello, Mallory Yago and Michael Zodorozny became intrigued by punk music and performance art. They began to experiment with crude electronics and off beat writing, and the raw homemade electronic sounds they created became the vocabulary of the band's music.

CCIS released "Cakes in the Home" a seven inch vinyl single on Go Go Records in 1979, followed by the twelve inch "Signals From Pier Thirteen" in 1981. The latter contained the club hits "Cardboard Lamb" and "Flying Turns". At that time CCIS performed in clubs and galleries in New York City and Philadelphia, including Hurrah, The Hot Club, and CBGB. Several appearances on the cult television show "The Uncle Floyd Show" increased their visibility in the early ‘80's.

In 2007 and 2009 CCIS released twelve inch singles on Terence Fixmer's labels "Planete Rouge" and "Jupiter" in France. These two singles feature the tracks "Cardboard Lamb" and "Flying Turns" and contain remixes by Vitalic, David Carretta, Terence Fixmer, Danton Eeprom, and the band themselves. Vinyl On Demand Records in Germany released the "Crash Course in Science" box set in the fall of 2009 which contained their debut album "Near Marineland," as well as an album of live recordings and re-pressings of previous singles, plus bonus tracks. 

Since the release of the box set, CCIS has performed several concerts in Europe including Bimfest 2009 in Antwerp and the Rewind-mini-Fest in Gent in 2010, accompanied by original producer John Wicks and Andrea Beeman, The Enchantress of Bioluminosity.

http://crashcourseinscience.com/

Tickets can be purchased at these locations:and in person CASH ONLY every Saturday night at DEFCON (downstairs) at the pyramid club 101 avenue A., btwn 6th & 7th st. NYC 10009 10pm-4am SaturdaysBuy ONLY your GA tickets, in person CASH ONLY at:Gothic Renaissance and Other Music (NYC)QXTs--every Friday and Saturday, but closed for August (NJ)Digital Ferret (Philly)