Maineline the WIERD with TABOO and ANCESTRAL DIET Live Tonite!

Wednesday, February 15th, 2012

Few shows in recent memory come more enshrouded in mystery than this evening's WIERD holds in store. Thus far we have but a scattered handful of darkly shining VRagments word of mouth style from the likes of the Red Light District and the Rosenkopf crew's seasonal Solstice pilgrimages up to the great black North to go on, to piece together a brittle, private image of Maine's isolationist electronic punk underground. Tales of complex occult-driven ritualistic performances deep in the deliciously seething blood of the woods, often lasting days, so varied from one to the next ITs quite impossible to convey, and with scantly any internet presence to speak of(gasp...)...and just a few charmed beholders in attendance beyond the eyes of the earthly elements fortunate enough to gaze onto the mise-en-scène unfolding.

Something tells me a New England's Hidden Reverse is congealing, and it was with pleasure we recently heard rumours they're comin out of the forest, and hitting the cold road to seep into the bulbously welcoming veins of our Very Rare World... So tonite WIERD Maineline's the darkness as we welcome the double-billed intensity of TABOO and ANCESTRAL DIET for a seamless live performance at midnite! I hope everyone can make out for this one, you're in for the frighteningly wild ride of a lifetime.

In other news of the WIERD the next few weeks brings a plethora of amazing concerts, as NYC's wakin back up from ITs holy daze slumbers:

Another new track entitled "Drachma" from Vaura's forthcoming 56 minute debut opus Selenelion due out Feb. 28th is available for download over at Stereogum, and the band plays their first show in over 3 months this sat. night at The Knitting Factory. The album is now available for pre-order at VRebshop central:

Tomorrow night thurs. feb. 16th after years of patiently waiting and god knows tens of thousands of spins later of their minimal electronic masterpiece "Watching Trees" Rochester, NY cult legends ELEVEN POND will play their first east coast show in over 20 years at Glasslands alongside Frank(just Frank) and Plastic Flowers, with DJs Nikki Sneakers and Pre-Op Trans! For those of you who scored a copy of WIERD Presents: Coldwaves and Minimal Electronics from a few years ago you know the melody, one so infectious certain shadowy types have rightly perhaps dubbed it the "Freebird" of minimal synth, VR. Well you'll soon hear it alive in the flesh, needless to say this is a very special event indeed, check out a few new FjF trax below from their live performance yesterday on WNYU.:

Next fri. our beloved Philthydelphia majesty Ms. Tesco Jane is rolling into town with the Cut Hands tour for a heavy hitting line-up including X&O, Pop1280, Veiled, and the great David E. Williams with DJs Pharmakon, VRp, and Ning Nong at Public Assembly, tix on sale for this one now.:

Jeralyn and Frankie Teardrop Spin the WIERD!
Wednesday February 15th, 10pm-4am
(Very Rare Live Performances by Taboo and Ancestral Diet at Midnite!)
WIERD @ Home Sweet Home
131 Chrystie St. at Delancy, NYC