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Wolf Eyes and Fe-Mail

Performing Arts

Wolf Eyes, photo: Douglas Coombe

Wolf Eyes and Fe-Mail


This popular series introduces young indie scene music innovators in our intimate black box venues and welcomes breakout bands to larger theaters.

Fri, Sep 16, 2005 9 PM

"It is too frightening for some people."—Aaron Dilloway of Wolf Eyes

This will be an evening to remember for fans of noise rock and electronica, featuring Detriot trio Wolf Eyes and Fe-Mail, a female duo from Norway.

It's been a quiet summer for our performing arts program, but that will change fast with this show. Motor City noise-rock activists Wolf Eyes unleash a brutal brand of sonic darkness with calculation and chaos. Sharing the bill are Fe-Mail, a similarly bent electro-noise female duo from Norway who were the highlight of this year's No Fun Fest in New York City. "Full of splintered, screaming sounds that hinted simultaneously at terror and joy," reported the New York Times on the duo's debut CD.

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