Tropic of Cancer (live) The Attic Magazine starts a club residency in Control Club, consisting in a series of music events that will happen on a regular basis. ...
Tropic of Cancer (live)
The Attic Magazine starts a club residency in Control Club, consisting in a series of music events that will happen on a regular basis. Music wise, we want to bring to local attention some acts that gained substance and personality over the years, whether we’re talking about bands, electronic live acts or renowned and magnificent DJs.
The first event from the series will happen on Sunday, November 8th and presents the solo project of California native Camella Lobo - Tropic of Cancer.
*after-party: The Attic Soundsystem
access: 20 lei; all profits will be donated to victims of colectiv
*We kindly ask you not to smoke during the concert.
Tropic of Cancer live on stage is Camella Lobo, Taylor Burch (from DVA DAMAS) and Joshua Eustis (from Telefon Tel Aviv, Sons of Magdalene).
Camella Lobo’s extraordinarily atmospheric and emotive music betrays influences from dream-pop, minimal synth and psychedelia.
Tropic of Cancer has released on influential labels such as Downwards Records and Mannequin (Label + Mailorder), before the arrival of the debut album, Restless Idylls (2013), mixed by Karl O’Connor (Regis), and released on Blackest Ever Black to considerable acclaim. Camella’s dark electronic project debuted in 2009 with the 10-inch single “The Dull Age” b/w “Victims” on the Downwards label.
``Music is a really personal thing. It`s really hard to find music that you 100 percent align with. It`s very few and far between. When music is such a personal thing, something as simple as a tone going up or a tone going down can be a really big issue.`` - Camella Lobo for interviewmagazine.com...
``There is something really sad to me about love. I’m not so much obsessed with the idea or science of love as much as I’m obsessed and intrigued by our human willingness to throw ourselves completely into love - in all of its impermanence - at all costs and against all odds. Like bugs that fly into a bonfire over and over and over. It’s such a chance you take, but really a chance without a real choice. It’s interesting to me to witness those stories repeat themselves over and over through music, and literature, art. In my life. In my friends’ lives. The core of the story is always the same, but we never get tired of it. My music centres on those themes. As much as I try to make music about other subjects, I honestly don’t feel anything unless I am writing about loving and losing and living and dying. You can never reconcile these things.`` - Tropic of Cancer interview for FACT Magazine factmag.com - 2013
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