Friday

06/14

7:00 pm

Quo Vadis Presents: Muqata’a, King Vision Ultra and Bonnie Baxter

@ Public Records, New York City

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Quo Vadis Presents: Muqata’a, King Vision Ultra and Bonnie Baxter

Quo Vadis presents a special evening of live sets in the impeccable sounding Public Records space, culminating in the New York debut of the pivotal Palestinian electronic artist, Muqata’a.

Muqata’a – مُقاطعة [Live]
King Vision Ultra / Geng [Live]
Bonnie Baxter [Live]

BONNIE BAXTER
Bonnie’s visceral performances, both solo and as part of Kill Alters, conjure the demons through her punishing music and wild stage persona. Harder than Hard Techno, and way weirder, her singular sound will jolt the evening awake with a bracing start.

KING VISION ULTRA
Geng’s artistic vision across his solo projects, and groundbreaking, genre-bending PTP label and collective, have been a cornerstone of NYC’s DIY and noise scene for years. With King Vision Ultra, he combines elements of hip-hop, hardcore, noise and ambient together in his live shows and releases to create something disarmingly heavy, unabashedly political and deeply meditative.

MUQATA’A
Hailed in his city of Ramallah, Palestine as the “godfather” of the underground hip-hop scene, Muqata’a utilizes DIY recordings of the sounds of his home and Arabic records in the samples and loops that drive his glitchy, dark and disruptive music forward. To say that we’re excited about having him play over here is an understatement, and we absolutely cannot wait to give this visionary artist the spotlight as he channels both the challenges and pride of his hometown into what will be an incendiary performance

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Doors 7:00pm / 21+
Public Records / 233 Butler Street, Brooklyn
www.quovadisproductions.com

Friday June 14, 2019

7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

21+

Cover: $15


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