Gang Gang Dance, an experimental music group from New York, delivers great dance music through an interesting fusion of electronic music with a unique, almost tribal sound. Their fourth and most recent album, Saint Dymphna (The Social Registry), was repeatedly ranked as one of the best albums of 2008. Unfortunately, in the recent past, the drummer was shot at and their musical equipment was completely destroyed in an electrical fire in Amsterdam. We will see how phenomenal the show will be despite their recent misfortunes.
Opening for Gang Gang Dance is Princeton’s own Miracles of Modern Science! While wearing futuristic space suits, the group members play an assortment of instruments, including an electric cello and a mandolin. An interesting medley of string players accompanied with a drummer, MOMS never fails to make beautiful yet vibrant music.
The show will be held at Terrace F. Club on Washington Rd. on the Princeton Campus.
Doors at 11:30 pm
Miracles of Modern Science 11:45 pm
Gang Gang Dance 12:30 am
This show will be open to the public (21+) before midnight. If you are under age or cannot arrive early, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. After midnight, the doors will be open only to University students.