• Do, 26.02.2015 ab 21:00 Uhr
  • Goethebunker
    Goethestrasse 67
    45130 Essen
NITE FIELDS (Australia) live at GOETHEBUNKER THURSDAY SESSIONS - Goethebunker - Essen

Die Goethebunker Thursday Sessions bringen ab sofort an wechselnden Donnerstagen besondere Livekünstler nach Essen. Mal heißer Hype mal tiefer Underground. Aber jedes Mal in kleingehaltener, gemütlicher Atmosphäre, mit einzigartig schmutzigem Bunker-Charme und für kleines Geld. Ihr werdet Teil von sehr privaten Livemitschnitten der Konzerte, die in liebevoll gestalteten Musikvideos festgehalten und so in die Bunkeranalen eingehen werden.

LIVE KONZERT MIT: Nite Fields (Postpunk, Shoegaze / Australia)

DJ: Kai Suffa-Friedel (CHAI KHAT)

Einlass 21:00h Beginn 21:30h

Originally from Brisbane, Australia, Nite Fields fuse post-punk, shoegaze and electronic music to create their own unique brand of art-rock. Formed in 2011 by Danny Venzin and Chris Campion, and later joined by Michael Whitney on bass and Liza Harvey on drums, the band have gained notoriety for their immersive live show and a string of singles on Venzin’s label Lost Race. 2015 sees Nite Fields tour Europe for the first time in support of their much anticipated debut LP titled 'Depersonalisation'. Out on booming LA label Felte, 'Depersonalisation' was mostly self-recorded by the band over a three year period then mixed by Nigel Lee-Yang from cult Australian band HTRK.

“Nite Fields have pioneered an inventive mix of prettily intricate shoegaze noise, pop hooks, and downer vibes; each new release is striking on its own, and whets your appetite for what they might cook up next.” – The Thousands, Australia

“Brisbane sonic diviners Nite Fields have only been on this mortal coil for just over a year, but the inroads made into their quest for aural evolution have been bountiful.” Sonic Masala, Australia

“Vocalist Danny Venzin just leans into his microphone and produces something understated yet unsettling.” themusic.com.au, Australia

“Sound of the week” – Hartzine, France

“We've had "Vacation" from Brisbane out Nite Fields playing loud for a few days now. And better with each listen it very much is. Truly addictive stuff.” – 1ForThePeople , UK