05. 04. 2017

Komuna Hall



+ Philom

Italian ambient noise rock project Sonic Jesus established itself on the international scene with its very first EP, then later, while cruising around Europe, shared stages with A Place To Bury Strangers and Damo Suzuki, among others.

This year’s album expands the group’s sonic frontiers, exploring melodic horizons and pleasantly pounding contemporary beats. At the same time, the coming record Grace represents the final collaboration between founding members Tiziano Veronese and Marco Baldassari, who parted ways on their musical path, with the Sonic Jesus project continuing under Veronese’s direction.

The evening will begin with fresh underground pop music, created with amateur DIY drive by Philom, a trio that formed in 2014 as a special project by Aleš Gangl, better known for his work in Zircus. Philom’s music is based around synth lines and a strong drum beat, tied together by Aleš’s vocals. The last time we saw the group was when they warmed up for Kontradikshn at the latter’s album release show at Channel Zero in Metelkova.

Organisation: Kino Šiška.

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