live music


Ships in the Night is an electrifying mix of haunting, dark electronic and ethereal, ambient lullabies. Alethea Leventhal pulls from dreams, memories and echoes from the outer world to paint an atmospheric landscape with sweeping waves of synths and drum machines.

Jaguardini treats music like a science project, combining the sounds of old video games and synthesizers to create a live blend of energetic synthpop and nostalgic chip beats. For live performances, Christo typically manipulates a gameboy, a vocoder, an array of synths, a megaphone, and an electric guitar with a CRT TV set on his head and 90s workout videos in the background. For better or worse, chaos is the driving force behind this audio/visual enterprise. However, entropy is often dialed in to create fluid symphonic pieces to bridge the gap between the segments of high-energy dark horror terror. The goal is to leave the viewer asking, "What did I just witness?" and "What is wrong with this person" and then confuse them by leaving them with the question, "Should this person legally be given any more coffee?"