Some people go out to unwind on Friday nights. They dance to '90s hip hop with drink in hand and let loose. That's all fine and good, but if you're looking to stand in a wind tunnel of black ambient sound, you should most definitely head to Tiny Town Gallery on April 17 for a collection of local and national industrial noise artists.
While it's hard to say fully what to expect—especially with the antics opener Marshstepper is known for, it's safe to say the show will be as much about the art of sound as it is about the visual experience. So get ready to fall deep into a shadowy trance, zone out and listen.
Tucson's Dead Techno will kick off the show at 8 p.m. with Phoenix's Marshstepper and New York's Inferior Passions following. Hive Mind and Kiran Arora, both of LA, will cap the show off with a sinister wall of noise that should take you away to the dark corners of your mind.
The show, presented by Unseen Force and Tucson Community Printshop, is $5 and will take place at Tiny Town Gallery, located at 174 E. Toole Ave.
If you're still not sure what to expect, here's Kiran Arora performing in LA: