Paradise Noir Presents:
Paradise Place - a monthly club night at brand new Brighton venue Alphabet.
Live bands and DJs provide a dark dance soundtrack late into the night.
Darkwave, Goth, Post Punk, Synth Pop, Coldwave, EBM, Industrial, Shoegaze, Future Pop, Dream Pop etc
DJs O.Leather - Fay Fatale - Ebby Cadaver
Spike Hellis (Dais Records)
Los Angeles based Spike Hellis has been hammering out hard dance music since Halloween of 2019. Since self-releasing both their debut EP and LP, their relentless touring has submitted the duo as mainstays in contemporary body music—combining elements of industrial, freestyle,
acid electro, and new beat.
Spike Hellis makes the most out of any space that they are given. Using creativity and ingenuity, they build an elaborate environment and utilize heavy amounts of fog and strobes timed perfectly to the live set.
“EBM powerhouses, Cortland Gibson and Lainey, are undoubtedly one of the hardest working bands in the scene with their nonstop schedule of show dates—and their live performance is one of the most exciting. The intensity of Spike Hellis onstage is energetic, raw and legitimately insane with their custom made, multi-level setup.”
Brighton/London based Laurie Black released her new album Angst Music on Friday 13th October, this will be the first time the album is performed live in Brighton since it dropped. A step up from Black's previous work, this album finds her voice with use of drum machines, sequencers and retro synths. Featuring toured favourites Spacejunk, Moonstruator and Content Warning, this 9 track banger truly showcases the genre Laurie think she's made up - aka synthrock. Starring collaborations with David Ryder Prangley on guitars and backing vocals (Work When Ur Dead) and Melbourne, Australia's Nighteyes (Queen Solstice ft. Nighteyes).