Cold Waves LA Presents
Revolting Cocks: Big Sexy Land, Meat Beat Manifesto + more
MC900 ft. Jesus, Crash Course in Science, Boy Harsher, Not Breathing
Saturday November 11
7:00 pmThe Regent Theater
$49.00 - $50.00
This event is 18 and over
Born in 2012, COLD WAVES began as a memorial concert for fallen Chicago musician and sound man Jamie Duffy. The original event launched what is now a multi-day festival-style show. That first benefit show to raise money for Jamie's family has now grown into a global destination, celebrating our relationship with classic industrial music, new innovators, and a passionate fundraiser for suicide prevention. THIS YEAR: We are proud to launch our first LA event, featuring Cold Waves alumni as well as some new faces. November 11, to celebrate the 30 year anniversary of the iconic Wax Trax! Records release, Richard 23, Luc Van Acker, Chris Connelly & Paul Barker (ex-Ministry, ex-Revco) will perform BIG SEXY LAND in its entirety, plus much more.
Boy Harsher started in early 2013 under the name Teen Dreamz. The project was based on short stories written and read by Matthews then live scored by Muller. As the project matured the instrumentals became more dance influenced and Matthews’ delivery became more dynamic and spontaneous. In January of 2014 Teen Dreamz took on the moniker Boy Harsher.
Their first EP was mostly recorded at home in Savannah using small collection of cheap synthesizers. These recordings were fleshed out in the studio under the guidance of veteran engineer and producer Peter Mavrogeorgis at Dollhouse Studios. After a short, but productive mixing and mastering session Boy Harsher completed their EP "Lesser Man". "Lesser Man" was originally released by Savannah’s Soft Science on small run cassette. Minneapolis’ Night People is scheduled to re-release Lesser Man in early April.
Boy Harsher hits the road for a month long tour starting February 28th in support of their current release and as a forum to explore new songs, composition, and state of mind.
Boy Harsher currently resides in Northampton, Massachusetts.
The Regent Theater
448 S. Main St.
Los Angeles, CA, 90013