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Sunday, June 28 7:00pm

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Event Location:

SUGAR CITY (1239 Niagara St., Buffalo, NY 14213)

This event is supported by the The Andy Warhol Foundation for Visual Arts, Erie County (Arts & Cultural Funding), and the New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA).

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SOS Sound Series

ANKLEPANTS w/ Ay Fast & Crux

Squeaky Wheel Film & Media Art Center is excited to co-sponsor this special event with Sugar City (1239 Niagara St., Buffalo, NY 14213).

On Sunday, June 28, you are cordially invited to meet the first of many faces of Dr. Reecard Farché (ANKLEPANTS), the devious mastermind and shapeshifting convict bred deep in the darkwood of the Australian bush that later absconded to Rise to the Summit of the übergründé. An ongoing mutation through music, character design, creature effects, and animatronics

Anklepants combines a vast array of hardware and instruments including synths, guitar, oud, voice, animal / any sounds, and field recordings. Live, he comes armed with self-built electronic instruments such as his Facé_control 2 microphone (a wireless physical computing delight) and a colourful sensor laden wardrobe. Distorted mutated vocals, disassembled musical blurbs, glitches reflecting diverse influences – there is something restlessly changing in his music, at times generating a semblance of light and easy party superficiality, while at others looping into weirder multilayered territory through performances that more often than not leave audiences bewildered. ANKLEPANTS has also been named as one of the weirdest bands in the world. Also…another must-read interview with Pulse Magazine.

A MUSIC VIDEO WILL BE MADE ON THE SPOT FOR ANKLEPANTS – BRING YOUR CAMERAS FILM HIM AGAINST A GREEN SCREEN @[#WONKSESH]

Featuring local electronic sound artists – AY FAST AND CRUX (lolock)

THIS EVENT TAKES PLACE AT SUGAR CITY – 10$ General Admission

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