This week I'm sharing an interview translation with you - this week the long-standing site did an interview with me. My questioning partner was DJ Gelka, someone in the Hungarian scene a lot of us can be thankful to for keeping the very true Goth spirit alive - and he also let me post this translation to my blog in English. Enjoy!

GOTHIC.HU: The musical subcultural environment that I moved and move in, primarily connect you to LD50 (to non-Hungarian readers: this was an alternative community site, pre-Facebook times, 2001-2012, organizing a lot of parties and gigs as well). That is of the past now. What happened with you since then, any personal milestones to point out?
DAMAGE: I stayed on the music/technology axis, I’m just trying to ride it from a different angle :) I had run-ins with music startups (conclusion: even the best ideas can be ravaged by fundamental human errors; most startups sink; the idea of “let’s rush everything and bring out the minimal viable product” makes me sick), news portals (I love thinking back on the years spent at HVG Online) and lots of ephemeral projects and ideas but if I had to pinpoint milestones, that would surely be the music project. And Damage Report, which was a 400+ frustration rush about why technology is good and people being really bad at managing technology and each other. Although I had a publisher, in 99% it was me and friends and acquaintances who helped with promotion. The prologue was like a freight train, noisy and loud - there was a lot of lecturing and teaching and article writing to set up the book itself, but the epilogue of it is just scattered fireflies - some people clearly did not get it, some had problems with density or the style itself, the company responsible for online support got bankrupt and pulled off the servers so abruptly I did not even had time to get a final screenshot…so there was a good mixture of good and bad throughout. After the book got published, I said I didn’t want to write at all for a time - strangely enough, words seemed to elude me. Music came back to me a bit later after that. As for LD50: I would still consider it a good idea to have a big community forum (only I would run this differently now) - but now it is in little inclusions that the underground survives in the community space dominated by Facebook - and it does have its own perks and pros.

GOTHIC.HU: Listening to your live gigs and the EP Hi Rez Lo Life, it’s hard to mistake the taste of the turn-of-the-century electroindustrial: I feel rust in my mouth and it punches through chromed steel rods through my chest. The music itself sounds modern, but it does have the authority of the eighties’ ancestry. Did you consciously avoid aggrotech and more “modern” subgenres? What are your reference points?
DAMAGE: Haha, really thanks for mentioning the rust and the steel rods :) The first EBM stuff I ever heard was Front By Front by Front 242, this defined my musical taste at least as much as Mentallo & The Fixer’s Revelations 23 or FLA’s Caustic Grip and Tactical Neural Implant later on. These are my reference points and the EBM/electroindustrial things of the late 80s and early 90s, especially the releases from the label Zoth Ommog - if not in band name, surely in sound. Aggrotech and all those bangers don’t really move anything me, maybe the coffees I just had. If I want to make music to match a vibrant, tense, ravaged future that I either read about in Neuromancer or see in the news or around me in 2019, that is not an explicit and intense thing, it is more like Clock DVA and Haujobb and Headscan. If you check out Surveillance by Tankt, there has never ever been a better soundtrack to 2018. We’ll yet to see what matches 2019 the best..

GOTHIC.HU: Your latest EP has four tracks and this counts as another shorter release of yours since 2016. If I was looking for differences, I would say it is angrier than last year’s Stray Signal, the distortion feels more raw. The mixing is different as well, as last year’s release was managed by Martin Bowes’ studio and now the new release was handled by Krisztián Árvai (was it the change of studios or did you yourself push it that way?)
DAMAGE: Both but I think the major decision was when I heard Black Nail Cabaret play live at Dürer Kert and considering how bad electronic things can often sound there, their stuff just sounded so sharp and brilliant that I said “okay I need their help, I hear such nuances and sharpnesses in the sound that I have really been missing from my music”. As for anger and all the raw stuff, yeah you have a point there - although I am not very aware of what I wanted to make with songs, a lot of people often expect me being a lot more conscious about song titles and lyrics and producer work - I’m not. As for the shorter releases: I wanted to release a few of those so that the Planetdamage project should have some sort of a scene cred, now the next release is surely an album… to be released when it’s done.

GOTHIC.HU: We could see Planetdamage play live at Kék Yuk and the Fekete Zaj fest - these are the inner circles of the local subcultures. What breakthrough points do you have locally and outside the country borders?
DAMAGE: I see more openers and breakthrough points abroad than here, but I’m afraid we’re talking about quite a closed group of people regardless of location - I don’t think the percentages or ratios of our subcultures (to the whole populace) in different countries would differ significantly (well, definitely not within Europe at least) - yeah, there might be a bit more people who read Sandman and watch Tim Burton, sure, but there is still not many media outlets to get info from. Unfortunately. Breakthrough points - yeah, you can bombard club owners and promoters with press releases, try to get on compilations or to labels, collab with others, write music for games, movies, books, Kickstarter projects, product trailers, ads, etc. I like to look at things ever since the web appeared from a perspective that we’re not living in Hungary, we’re living on Planet Earth - so it’s easier to feel that you have more opportunities.

GOTHIC.HU: You’ve seen a few generations come and go within the local subcultures. How do you see all that and what is the reason (I’ve asked this once in a previous live report) behind you becoming an active musician only recently? Planetdamage might have had a lot more pleasant era to behold previously…
DAMAGE: Sure, I mean, PD could have been a lot stronger around 2005 but at that time I was pretty busy running LD50 and the parties around the site. I wouldn’t have had neither the time, nor the capacity to make music - and I think I needed those long years of listening to more music, meddling with music software and writing that book for everything to settle in my head - and the result of that is the thing that you can all hear now on Bandcamp. Back in the MySpace era feedback was a lot louder and more intense, but I don’t look back at that thinking “oh how great it would have been if”, not for a second. I live in the now so I gotta deal with the present, I simply can’t change the past, nobody can. And as for this project, this is surely something I can learn a lot from, so as for will it go on - yes it will.

INTERVIEW (with DJ Liquid)

This week my buddy DJ Liquid whom we have a long history with from our days at the Hungarian alternative community site LD50 made a short interview with me for his Facebook page while he was doing his Planetdamage Week - thank you for making that happen! Part of that week's content was a brief interview he did in Hungarian that he let me post to my blog in English. Enjoy!

(As for the image - that is Esteee (another amazing DJ from the LD50 crew), Liquid and me, from right to left, back in 2016.)

1. Where does the name Planetdamage come from?
Aaah man, that will sound so bad. For a while now everybody knows me as Damage, so when I had to pick a name for my new blog in 2007, I picked the name Planetdamage (which is inspired by the gamer network that was active a few years before that, I was following up on PlanetUnreal for a long time and it seemed like a good idea to pick planet as a protocol and not https). And then the time came when I thought I would start doing music again and I had to think through what name is useful in terms of SEO: a new one or the Planetdamage handle I use everywhere in social media. Obvious answer. And no, my project is NOT eco-industrial.

2. Which was the very first track you did and when was that exactly?
The very very first was in high school (and this probably was gabber which sounded like that Sunday 5am when you wake up realizing your neighbour has a hard time assembling the full wall bookshelf), the very first Planetdamage track, though, was Glitch Baby Go and I remember I wrote that after a 17-year hiatus, four years ago. This sounds like that time when the Japanese bot next door has a hard time assembling the full wall human.

3. Which bands do inspire you?
A lot of the reactions I get from people is “oooh that is a lot of Front Line Assembly in there” and yeah, there is some truth there but I think during the years Mentallo & The Fixer and Haujobb has gotten way more under my skin. I do get inspired from a lot of places, those long-winding ambients are really huge points of inspiration (Pete Namlook and Future Sound of London have been favourites FOREVER) and I am really thankful to oldschool psytrance. As for new bands, I do love spinning Chrome Corpse and Nevada Hardware.

4. You had a few gigs now, which one is the most memorable?
Well, I did not have that many :) I could highlight each of them for something but I would probably pick the latest gig at the Fekete Zaj summer festival - it was probably the most memorable because a lot of variables just acted in such a lucky combination, the place, the organizing, the staff, the sound, the audience, each and every factor was great, so thanks to Zero and the staff and everybody who was there!

5. Could you talk a bit about how your recent EP “Hi Rez Lo Life” was born? When did you start working on it?
I checked out the timestamps for you to be sure - TAZ had a saved version in January 2018, so this time last year the EP was already under way :) Hi Rez Lo Life as a pun has been bouncing around in my head for a time and sometimes I do store ideas like that, saying well, there’s a good song title here, this would sort of need a track around it. (Okay, Cyberpunk 2077 might have inspired the title.) As for the message in the background, I sort of covered that in the booklet - I am disgusted by what I read in the news, I haven’t ever seen such an illogical behaviour from so many people. I do have a looming feeling, though, that even before my time things weren’t better, only I wasn’t around to see it or I wasn’t interested in global politics or practical psychology. (I’m still not interested in politics, though.)

As for the genre and the sound, there’s obviously a shift which has a lot to do with Krisztián Árvai, it is a really interesting experience to ease the creator control and let others work on making your songs tougher and stronger. All the tracks have gotten a lot more kickass and we do make funny remarks on how GOOD they sound on everything from very cheap earplugs to very high end sound gear and the car tests and the city tests and everything.

The artwork, the video and the design was all handled by Richard Besenczi - I first worked with him on the Vex video and it went so well that now he basically is responsible for all the visuals of this release and seeing all those glitches and the DIY LED-glasses really warms my heart.

6. What plans do you have for this year?
I do have a few things in the pipeline, but my main priority is the debut album I will be working on - there are places and atmospheres I want to visit in sound, very different to the ones where you wake up to the sound of Japanese robot next door still not really getting there.

HI REZ LO LIFE: an industrial music video behind-the-scenes

With the release date of my new EP Hi Rez Lo Life, I am glad to share not only the music video below but also some behind-the-scenes shots that we did with director/video artist/photographer/coffee god Richard Besenczi (who was also working on my previous MV Vex).

As for all the messages, thoughts and directives behind the EP, here's something from the CD inlay to sum it up.

“Humanity's greatest potential is a greasy burp of couch crisps and a complaint against bad CGI when an actual extraterrestrial invasion goes live on social media. From Trump through Brexit to the Anti-Encryption Bill, we have a long list of indiscernible proofs that unity has never been our race's biggest forte, definitely not in the globalized post-internet era. The loss of both narrative and context with the added lack of interest and the ability to foresee conclusions is our primal setup for this MMORPG we play on a daily basis. This is what HI REZ LO LIFE is about, both a reminder and a warning.”

Ever since Vex was released, we knew we wanted to work together on the next Planetdamage video - and then one day I found a link to a pair of shining anime glasses made by @dekantsu and it instantly hit my brain on the spot where I store my memories about Neon Genesis Evangelion and Shinji's dad. We both look at it and think THIS IS IT.
So Richard starts sending me notes about how funny creating this pair of glasses is, because there are quite a few ways the behind-the-lens LEDs can look bad (or not illuminating the lens perfectly) or how you have to position the cables and such but long story short - this is it! Him and his buddy Dániel Major laid some extra hours into it to create the ultimate doomsday device with the weight of cosmic sadness, no! (I mean, yay!)

And this is how it looks like - this is the photo I sent out in a haze saying LOOK LAST AIRBENDER HERE. I have actually gotten an email saying "I am really glad that you had your moment of coming out as an alien overlord." These were the words. Definitely my next CV picture. (Definitely sabotaging the workforce industry.)
Indoors shots. We split the night up into two phases - one is indoors lipsync and a lot of other experiments that we ended up not using (and drinking a lot of coffee) and the other is outdoors and coping with the fact that having a thermos of hot drinks and an extra pair of ANYTHING. This is another set of glasses (thanks, Emke!) with a tendency of reminding you of Belgian EBM.
I am seriously not aware of what I am doing here but it could be one of those airbender moments.
And then we left and then Richard ended up talking about all the different weird statues that he's been seeing, such as this giant snail. There were other notably bizarre statues of biological entities, fhtagn, but this is the most memorable. No funny versions, because we were already freezing. Okay, Richard wasn't. I was.
Oh, look. An empty parking lot with neons. We would only need a helipad or three Ukrainian robo escorts with pirated non-DRM servos and half a rave to make this look more cyberpunk but in 2018 even this will do quite nicely!
Yeah, so, funny moment. When we were recording the Angst video a few years ago with the Cyberdog kaleido goggles, everyone who saw that headgear wanted to wear it right then and there... and then they realized it gives a pretty solid headache and asked so how did you see in that? Answer: I didn't. The very same stands for this video shoot - I basically had to keep my eyes closed because of all the lights a few millimeters exactly in front of them so however I moved in those shots, those were moments of infinite divine fucking grace.
And then we ended the second phase, headed home and while I'm still stranded on a night bus, I get this image with a message that goes something like I'm not saying this could be a hiphop single based just on how you look but this totally could be a hiphop single, look! I think Richard turned this into a T-shirt design which actually looks pretty solid and brings back all the 80s EBM vibes in shades of grey and red.
And this comes a few days later, these are some of the photos Richard did from all the tricky places we stopped at for a few shots. These might end up as promo photos or you might even see a few more on this site or on Facebook. See you next week!

VEX: an industrial music video behind-the-scenes

Just a week before the new music video for my recently released track HI REZ LO LIFE starts wreaking havoc on the inter, come take a look at the bunch of photos I found on my phone about the VEX video shooting day!

Both my new video for HI REZ LO LIFE and this one for VEX was recorded, edited and forged together by Richard Besenczi - I could totally recommend him saying if you want to work with a joyfully weird and professional video talent, go hit him up but I'll say this: I've never met a man who can drink as much coffee as him. And this is a compliment. A big one.

Early morning wake-up, massively saved by my buddy Sinred who helped me massively with carrying my coffee-depraved ass and all my gear to Silens Photo & Style, which is apparently where the magic happened. To the left and right (both): Andris Bán whose diploma work MediaMarked we reused (with his approval) for the TV screen parts.
You know that joke about several goth flatmates or goth couples doing their laundry, right? So this is several styles, the psytrance-oriented Public Beta is not that visible, but Dóra Mojzes' Y.LD Clothing bomber jacket and top are quite the occult bullwhip crack to your optic nerves.. to prove that, here's the proto-neo-occult pattern in all its glory.
So this is MediaMarked reinterpreted to house the background video footage from the front..
...and the back!
Still life, hybrid technique. To anyone who would criticize how the cables are... I know.
Compulsory atmospheric remark about the sky with the color of TVs tuned to dead channels.
Random interstitial of me in a Warren Ellis shirt, looking like a big blog of black out of space with a caffeine deficiency. A narrative ballad with a sad state design. This totally could be a programmer joke. (Did I say I started teaching myself how to code? Great stuff.)
Probably the very first time in my life when I looked at my live setup and realized that the white background makes all the cabling look terrible (apart from, you know, flexible things) but at least it's plugged and working.
So, live setup - Novation Ultranova (my first proper synth), perfect for pads and leads, a sad and now defunct mixer, a Roland VT-3 which is great for vocal effects, an iPad Air Pro 2 for backing tracks and a skull for good measure. And an SM58. And I also wanted either black drumsticks (sad show-off without actually being good at hitting things) or glowing ones (that glow when they hit something) that did not look so good on camera, so... nothing wrong with standard ones, I guess.
That skull which was blackened by Bebek's Creations on super short notice - if we had some more time, we would have turned it into a musical instrument or a strobe or something. Probably. (And the last part of the gear, the SPD-SX sampling pad.)
Yours truly, meeting the beat. You want more? Tune in next week!

planetdamage: this was 2018

End-of-the-year proto-buzzfeed OCD-ridden content summary full of music, games and recommendation bits, hello! If you are new here, I am Damage and this is what I mostly do. Sometimes those get really cyberpunk, sometimes just flat-out weird. You will now get a bit of a glimpse into the past twelve months. Enjoy, share and subscribe! (Also, mental note: lots of good moments are left out because there was just no photos made. Or it turned out that my photo skills are total shit to begin with. Or, you know, lost in time like tears in rain.)


Pretty busy year, 2018! Kickstarted the engine with the EP Stray Signal (February 1st, mixed and mastered by Martin Bowes of Attrition, artwork and design by Péter Sántha aka @cptamorf) that was quickly followed by the music video for Vex a few weeks later (March 9th) - that one was done by Richárd Besenczi whose name you will totally hear more in the future.

The material for the new EP that I planned to release this year was pulled together by mid-December so I thought it was best to keep it out of the holiday noise-and-frenzy - so you will have some new stuff to be happy about in January! Those songs that will appear on the new EP Hi Rez Lo Life you might have heard in August (albeit in different versions) if you attended my gig at the Fekete Zaj festival!

Remixing was a prominent thing this year - I reworked songs for New Project, Angelspit, The Mercy Cage, Zsiga Bernathy and Ion Pulse, often turning tracks into more ambientish territory. (Or not, in which case there was more psyness involved.) There were two other collaborations this year that have not yielded fruits yet but I cannot talk about those - although First Aid 4 Souls did reveal a collaboration down the line in an interview for Peek-A-Boo, so that is not that much of a secret now. I made trailer music for the Hungarian fashiontech tech hub 878 Collective, all three of which are available here. That aside, you can find me on a few 2018 compilations as well: Intravenous Magazine's Blood Pack 5, the Two Gods-related Cage 25, Industrial Landscapes (which is a cross-section of Hungarian industrial and experimental bands) and Black Pill Red Pill's 2019 compilation.

So what about 2019?
January 11th brings you my new four-track EP Hi Rez Lo Life (with Krisztián Árvai of Black Nail Cabaret behind the helm on production, mixing and mastering and Richárd Besenczi on artwork, design and video works). After that, it is mostly album time, me getting lost in all the gears and apps and VSTs and gorgeous glitch sample packs that I gathered this year. Maybe more blog posts!


Each and every beginning of a year is chock full of summaries, reminiscences and cleaning-up-the-flats and digging-up-all-the-shits and this is one of the most comprehensive photos from January, me finding all the passes I gathered in a drawer. This includes passes from Castle Party 2004 and the 14th Wave Gotik Treffen, but the most memorable is the artist pass from 2000 when we performed first live as a techno/noise/whatever act under the pseudonym Samhain Biolab with my good friend @balazskassai. Good times!


Best gig this year, fullstop. Icelandic dream pop band Vök got me from the first moment to the very last, up until the moment when after the gigi I went up to the merch stall and said "this is all my money in my wallet, give me stuff, because I want to support you as much as I can". AND I had the vinyls signed which is something I never ever do. AND the photo with the band which I really never ever do. So, if you don't know them yet, please give yourself some good proper time and check them out wherever you can. Here's also a list of other bands I saw this year, some of which ended up in grabbing vinyls, as I guess that is the type of merch that supports bands the most, but correct me if I am wrong, I'd be curious in knowing the proper numbers.

2018 bands:
Aesthetic Perfection, Batushka, Black Bartók, Black Nail Cabaret (3x), Box and the Twins, Boy Harsher, Cantara, Carbon Based Lifeforms, Carpenter Brut, Crippled Black Phoenix, De Facto, Geometric Vision, Gustave Tiger, Hante, Hide, Intimate Stranger, INVSN, ION, Jojo Mayer w/ Nerve, Kaelan Mikla, Lebanon Hanover, Lies of the Machine, Priest, Schammasch, Sextile, She Past Away, Sólveig Matthildur, Tape Delay, Vök, Youth Code, Zivatar (2x)


Music video time with Richard Besenczi! I just realized I haven't actually posted anything substantial about the VEX video behind-the-scenes, although we do have a lot of photos and glitches to share. Until I finally release that, let me boost out a hearty thank-you to Sinred for all his help, Bebek's Creations for the help with the skull and Dóra Mojzes for her amazing Y.LD attire!


So I did say buying vinyls is a good thing, right? Still couldn't figure out how profitable of a merch vinyls are (it was only two pictures ago, apparently), but buying these SP vinyls really made my month - oldschool Skinny Puppy and Front Line Assembly materials (especially the Nerve War demo tapes!) are just the best atmospheric materials ever. Also, a Zoom multistomp that everybody said I should not buy so I bought it anyways and it fits amazingly well with vocals.


So I spent a long time researching synths before deciding to go with a Behringer Deepmind 6, even though there is a LOT of backlash against Behringer for re-working oldschool synths and there are quite a couple of bad reviews out on this gear (bad construction, bad keyboard, loud fans). Yeah, it is quite weird, having your own loud fans inside a synth but hey, I love the sound quality and all the sound design there is just a black hole in time. Best self-bought birthday present ever.

Also, biking photos, because finding an area in a city that is full of vistas like that is just amazing.


Also, more biking photos, because midnight biking is one of the best things to calm down a frenzied brain.


Lots of prep for the Fekete Zaj festival gig, massive thanks to the ArtistFactory rehearsal room complex where we spent a lot of time with Balint Janko of Clayfeet to practice stuff. Massiver thanks to @sheisannajulia for retrieving this proto-mechano-cybermonkey mask of ROCK out of the depths of hell!


Live at the Fekete Zaj festival! Much better gig than the first one, so much more to do to land a better one! Thanks to all of you who came there to listen, to rock or both - mega thanks go to Dustrial and Public Beta Wear for the stage attire!

With @quazzartheone and @balazskassai in an aura which totally gives 0.4% life regen! (Path of Exile fans know what this means! Also, if I have to pick a game that was totally the best this year, I could not really pick between Path of Exile or Starbound (filled with mods) or Skyrim (very much filled with mods)!)


If I have to pick one superfavourite board game ever, it is still Eldritch Horror from Fantasy Flight Games. I have yet to find another Lovecraftian game that blends cosmic terror and archeologist popculture with mowing down alien beasts with magical tommyguns in alternate dimensions - which is probably why I picked up GameMaker Studio 2 to eventually come up with something like that on my own. (And yes, I know, best reaction to a Lovecraftian monster is to instantly die, go insane or flee and then go insane and not go akimbo with tommyguns, so this is really a cheesy way of approaching the Mythos, but hey.) If I have to pick some other tangible games that stuck with me this year (and I tried, bought and sold a lot of card and board games), those will be Nemesis and Star Realms - Nemesis being the closest thing to an Aliens boardgame (long hours of wading in corridors covered in slime, infested by facehuggers, trying to murder a full spacecraft full of your teammates and aliens that look like running knives on a lot of legs) and Star Realms is a short little filler game of space combat and a lot of luck.


Coffee! Martin of Attrition said that he can sum up our conversations in two words: coffee and synths and boy, was he right about the order of those words as well. If you are rocking out in Budapest and you want some good places, I would definitely go for two places: one would be Barako on the Buda side and on the Pest side it would definitely be Empathy Cafe & Bistro (and if you go there, you also support the Hungarian Red Cross, so you do double-good!). Go grab a cupful there, I mean, now.


Working on the new music video Hi Rez Lo Life - there is a bucketload of behind-the-scenes materials on this one as well, so you will have a lot of stories about this one as well. This is probably a shot that will not get into the final video but I had to cap it - the resemblance to The Last Airbender is eerie! (Or, if you want to be more cyberpunk, The Last IRbender.)


A collection of 443's from all over: from a hotel with a bug problem and a soggy bacon problem, from an underground railway station, from an inexplicably neon-lit swimming pool complex, a laptop, a Path of Exile session, a Clicker Heroes session (sorry, I am a sucker for idle clickers) and a Trafó clothes room token.

Thanks for watching, hit like, share, subscribe and behave like you haven't noticed the glitch here. Take good care, build as much of a FOUNDATION OF GREAT ROCK as you can and see you next year! If you have anything to add, scream, shout, whisper or stab, do so in the comments or on any social media platform where I will be watching, as I usually never sleep. *spooky silence intensifies*


Welcome to 2.0

Welcome back! I spent the better part of the past three years' worth of free time into one of the things I enjoy the most: making music. So I am reopening this site as a hub focusing on music and sound - basically doing my own content, once again.

If this is your first visit here, please take a look at the bio to figure out what I did so far - as all of that was basically part of this site's previous content batch. And then social media happened. Shorter attention spans. Direct feedback. Dopamine reward highs. Like economy. Clickbait and viral sluttery. And if you weren't motivated enough, your content got shorter, your thinking and writing more to-the-point and even maintaining your own blog got to be quite a drag. (Not to mention all those people who think maintaining a curated Tumblr feed is equal to having a blog. Those people still have social security and voting rights. That's something to think about.)

So I thought after having a hobby that does makes an extended use of the Planetdamage moniker again (with different spellings, though, there is Planet Damage, PlanetDamage, Planet://Damage, 443 and Agent 443 and I am sure more are to follow), it would make sense to restart the blog, post all my relevant content here and keep it alive as a hub that functions as an info board of past things compiled and future things teased. With no comments allowed. If you want comments, come visit my Facebook page or drop me a message.

As for all the content pages on this current site: About/Bio serves as a summary of what I've done so far in my professional life. The Works is basically a visual rundown of my releases, remixes and gigs. Music is similar, structured differently - think of it as a combination of multiple press releases where you can go through everything in one reading. Live Shows contains the list of my past and future gigs. Most probably a webshop if I manage to hoard my merch back from a few places together. Expect new content regularly - or sooner if there is something amazingly awesome happening.

Keep surviving and support your favourite and/or local bands and brace yourselves!