In our last GRAB BAG feature, we mentioned that Dominick Fernow’s Vatican Shadow project would soon be playing LA for a very special party. Well, the details for said event follow and it’s safe to say, it’s absolutely not to miss for fans for minimal/experimental and dark-learning, textured techno.

Highland Park record store/boutique Mount Analog presents a night called NUIT NOIRE, this Saturday, Sept. 29th.

Happening at a to-be-disclosed location in Los Angeles, the night will feature Andy Stott and (current Stott tourmates) Demdike Stare both on hand from the UK and Modern Love crew, Silent Servant (Downwards, Sandwell District, Hospital), Kangding Ray (Raster-Noton, Berlin), the aforementioned Vatican Shadow and sets from LA’s own, Nightchilde (Slow Motion).

Details and music follow.

NUIT NOIRE
9/29 - 10pm onwards

All artists appearing live on state of the art sound equipment.
Visuals provided by B-Music/Finders Keepers Records and Tom Fitzgerald.

*** PLEASE NOTE: THIS IS A PRIVATE EVENT ***

Tickets:
$22 in person at Mount Analog
5906 1/2 N Figueroa St, Los Angeles 90042

$26 online via Brown Paper tickets and Resident Advisor

$30 at door
limited capacity, advance tickets strongly suggested.

rsvp@climbmountanalog.com