Nero Kane (dark folk, IT) w/special guests

Nero Kane (dark folk, IT) w/special guests

Event Time Tue 23rd Apr at 7:30pm-Tue 23rd Apr at 11:30pm
Event Location QUARRY, Liverpool
Event Price £7 + Booking fee (see below)


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Nero Kane (dark folk, IT) w/special guests

QUARRY is pleased to present an evening of ritualistic, psychedelic dark folk with Italian artist Nero Kane. Support TBA


£7 ADV/£10 ADV

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Psych dark folk songwriter Nero Kane (guitar/vocals), accompanied by artist Samantha Stella
(organ/mellotron/vocals), opened the "Temples Tour" with a live performance in the ruins of a Neo-Gothic
cathedral near Leipzig and will perform as a duo between 2023 and 2024 at various festivals, clubs and in
the atmospheric setting of churches and historic sites in Europe and the UK. The first Italian date was in
support of US dark musician Zola Jesus. The third album, "Of Knowledge and Revelation," inspired by
Dante's Paradise and Hell, has been mentioned by many journalists among the best Italian and
international albums of 2022. Nero Kane's ritual music, between Italian Occult Psychedelia, pagan chant
and liturgical art, guitar arpeggios and solemn organ notes, cinematic and emotionally overwhelming, has
been described as a suspended, crepuscular journey with a unique style and personality. The live
performances have been depicted as shamanic, hypnotic and full of beauty and intensity. Echoes of Swans,
Nick Cave, Velvet Underground, Johnny Cash, the Swedish Cold Meat Industry sound and Nico, to which
Stella's vocal timbre is compared. The first album was recorded in Los Angeles with producer Joe
Cardamone, Mark Lanegan's last collaborator, while the second and third albums were recorded in Italy
with producer Matt Bordin and include the presence of multifaceted artist and singer Samantha Stella. In
addition to headlining tours, Nero Kane supported musicians from the international experimental, dark and
folk scene including Jozef Van Wissem, Darkher, Jonathan Hultén, Hugo Race and Marissa Nadler.


Liverpool, UK