A new scintillating double bill with inimitable Japanese instrumentalists Goat and London’s Housewives who present a new audiovisual live show.
Goat have built a formidable reputation for ‘hypnotic and time-altering performances’ (Resident Advisor) – where guitar, bass, saxophone and drums coalesce with relentless minimalism, creating trance-inducing music that blurs the borders between avant-garde and math rock.
They’re currently working on a new album set to be released on Rabih Beaini’s Morphine Records, a follow up to two acclaimed longplays released in their home country.
For Luminate, Housewives will premiere new material alongside a unique AV show. Coalescing cascading feedback data loops with anodyne digital imagery and reactive visuals to precipitate future digital realism.
Housewives are a genreless band from London whose kinetic live sets have cemented their reputation as one of the most exciting live bands in Europe. They join the likes of Liars, Animal Collective and The Knife in laying the gauntlet for experimental music this decade and pushing the boundaries of what a live band can do.
‘[Housewives’] dank, angular and urgent take on post-punk through the prism of skronking ecstatic jazz, jarring polyrhythm and aesthetically pure snarl is as terrifying as it is fascinating.’ 9/10, Loud & Quiet
‘[Housewives’] new material is outstanding, and utterly defies genre.’ The Quietus