Felte Presents: Everything Is Going According To Plan
A Label Tour Featuring Chasms, Odonis Odonis & Houses of Heaven
Felte’s family affair-like tours continue to steadily rise since its infancy in October of 2012. It’s not unusual to see the label’s roster cross pollinate on the road, but we’ve set out on our most ambitious label curated tour to date. Ritual Howls joined Odonis Odonis in Detroit & Chicago (yes Midwest fans, we blew it) last week and now Odonis Odonis,
Chasms and Houses Of Heaven are hitting the west coast.
11.29 San Diego, CA @ Soda Bar (tickets) *
11.30 Los Angeles, CA @ Zebulon (tickets) *
12.02 Modesto, CA @ The Shire Community Space (door sales only) *
12.03 San Francisco, CA – Swedish American Hall (tickets) *
12.06 Portland,OR @ Lovecraft Bar (tickets) #
12.07 Seattle, WA @ Timbre Room (tickets) #
12.08 Vancouver, BC @ Astoria (tickets) #
* Felte presents: Chasms, Odonis Odonis, Houses of Heaven
# Felte presents: Odonis Odonis, Chasms
Houses of Heaven – Remnant
Houses of Heaven is the Bay Area three piece of Keven Tecon, Adam Beck, and Nick Ott. Remnant, their inceptive EP, is a bleak, dub-influenced production,
mixing elements of electronic music, krautrock, and psychedelia, with nods to the the extreme sonic treatments of Adrian Sherwood.
Produced by Monte Vallier (Wax Idols, Weekend), Remnant blends shifting textures of drum machines, live percussion,
ambient guitar, vintage delays and custom engineered effects.
Odonis Odonis – No Pop
Since their blown-out 2011 debut Hollandaze, Toronto trio Odonis Odonis has continued to push their sound further into the depths of post-apocalyptic experimentation.
Following 2016’s foreboding Post Plague, No Pop is the band’s starker, more dance-floor-friendly fourth LP.
Chasms – On The Legs of Love...
The debut album by San Francisco duo Chasms crafts percussive dirges that are at once beautiful and menacing.
Labrador’s haunting vocals and hypnotizing guitar work wade between rhythmic bass lines and bursts of Madden’s feedback,
laid on a bed of pummeling drum programming. Their affinity for industrial rhythms, swelling textures, precise minimalism,
and chaotic eruptions of noise is as equally informed by shoegaze as drone and doom metal.
Ritual Howls – Their Body
Ritual Howls are a unique brand of industrial rock with death jangle-like guitars. Collaboratively, Ritual Howls create a surreal,
introspective gloom that could fuel a disco in hell, a soundtrack to your favorite nightmares and most grisly fantasies.
The band’s Their Body EP follows up their third album, Into The Water. Ritual Howls’ production sees the band dipping
their toes into cleaner sonic territory than previously heard.
Gold Class – Drum
Drum is the bold second album from the punk band Gold Class. The follow-up to 2015 debut It’s You, Drum is a brasher,
vivid widescreen account of a band hitting its stride while betraying the complex signs and scars of a life since lived.
Recorded at Melbourne’s Head Gap studios and co-produced by Gareth Liddiard of The Drones, Drum sees Gold Class explore new territory in both songwriting and sonics.
Drum distills the messy scope of life into a brave, sometimes brutal but beautiful new document.
Sextile – Albeit Living
As a stable fixture in the Los Angeles underground, Sextile has been gaining a devout following since its creation in 2015.
The four-piece outfit has all the makings of a revolutionary sound — an original, genre-bending imprint that combines the raw energy of 70’s punk
with the intricate and sophisticated structural elements of 80’s post-punk and synthwave.
Their sophomore long player, Albeit Living, sets the tone for a politically charged, introspective album of impassioned observations on our world today.