Pharmakon just recently returned home from her extensive European tour and is announcing another handful of shows coming up. Tonight she'll perform at the newly opened Trans Pecos in Ridgewood, NY for a performance on E.S.P. TV, which is a showcase of primarily NYC-based experimental music, video art and performance produced for Manhattan Neighborhood Network television.
Next week she will be heading all the way to Japan for three shows with the likes of Croatian Amor, Lust For Youth and VÅr, and then after one day of being back home in NYC will be playing Baby's All Right with UK based sound artist Helm, and Copenhagen's Damien Dubrovnik. Finally, April will see Chardiet heading out for three shows with the legendary Godflesh and the project of former Whitehouse member William Bennett, Cut Hands. These are all amazing shows and if you've seen Pharmakon perform live before, you know it is not a performance to be missed.
1/29: Ridgewood, NY - Trans Pecos
2/8: Tokyo, JP - Vacant Harajuku ~
2/8: Tokyo, JP - Sodom "
2/9: Tokyo, JP - Fish
2/18: Brooklyn, NY - Baby's All Right ó
4/10: New York, NY - Irving Plaza _
4/11: Philadelphia, PA - Theatre of Living Arts _
4/13: Boston, MA - Royale _
~ w/ VÅr & Lust For Youth
" w/ Croatian Amor
ó w/ Helm & Damien Dubrovnik
_ w/ Godflesh & Cut Hands
SACRED BONES RECORDS
1. Milkweed/It Hangs Heavy
4. Crawling On Bruised Knees
Photo courtesy of Jane Chardiet
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