Samuel Kerridge’s “Fatal Light Attraction” out now – full stream via The Wire

Samuel Kerridge debuted his “Fatal Light Attraction” A/V show last August at Berlin Atonal, with the custom light set up by Andrej Boleslavský and Mária Júdová, and together they flayed all those in it’s gargantuan path. Now finally, the recorded material is out for your listening punishment via Downwards and The Wire are streaming it in full here.

The Quietus review sums of its spirit nicely: No longer are we cocooned in drones of sinking sand, instead every element is locked into a demonic groove, circling, taunting and enticing the listener to become a part of this obscenity.

Kerridge has a brand new infernal mess of a mix out on XLR8R and his recent Boiler Room Berlin DJ set is causing quite a few heads to turn, and keep turning…

“Fatal Light Attraction” A/V is confirmed for Artefact Festival in Leuven, BE on Feb.28 and SAVE Festival in Moscow on Mar.7 with more dates TBA soon. Samuel is also generally available for live and DJ sets, as is his new live soundtrack piece narrated by Taylor Burch of DVA Damas entitled “The Mysertious Other” after Jean Cocteau, which premiered at LiveSoundtracks in Barcelona on Jan.19 and can be presented as a performance, screening, or installation in theaters, galleries, and exhibitions. brandon [at]