Concerts

Flesh and Steel NYC with Boy Harsher, A Split Second, and Riki, Announces Final Lineup with Catherine Moan, Night Sins, and More!

Restless Presents, in partnership with SYNTHICIDE and Saint Vitus Bar in Brooklyn, announces the single-day lineup, single event passes, and ticket bundle packages for FLESH & STEEL, a multi-venue, multi-date descent into darkness.

Welcoming all flavours of darkwave, industrial, EBM, and coldwave, FLESH & STEEL launches in Brooklyn from December 1st- December 3rd. Conceptualized and curated by Restless Presents, David Castillo of Saint Vitus, and DJ/promoter/journalist Andi Harriman of SYNTHICIDE, FLESH & STEEL celebrates humanity, machinery, and new ways of thinking about all things electronic and invigorating.

FLESH & STEEL is a brand new event for New Yorkers created by New Yorkers, but the cultural resonance is nationwide. “There is a bounty of that rare synergy of community and culture between Restless Presents, Saint Vitus, and SYNTHICIDE, whose visions align on opposite coasts,” says Brian Tarney of Sacred Skin. FLESH & STEEL aims to create and lift culture coming from the heart—not the wallet.

With consecutive nights at Saint Vitus, Knockdown Center, the Meadows, and Good Room, FLESH & STEEL is poised to be the electronic/post-punk destination for the Eastern Seaboard—and beyond.

The festivities kick off Thursday at Saint Vitus with powerhouse performances by Psyche and Sacred Skin. The evening is backed by Rare DM, strident post-punks Lathe of Heaven, and mesmerizing DJ sets from G I N A and MAYLAND.

On Friday, the widely acclaimed Boy Harsher will beam into the Knockdown Center, alongside Belgian EBM legends A Split Second, and compelling dance engine Soft Crash, with DJ sets from ANDI (SYNTHICIDE) and Kontravoid. Dutch electronic music pioneers Das Ding and Ms Boan will also make appearances.

Due to popular demand, alongside the main room performances at Knockdown Center, a second stage has been added, shining a spotlight on an undercard of futurist artists, including Night Sins, Ghost Cop, Catherine Moan, and a live performance from Saint Vitus founder David Castillo with his industrial solo project Confines.

The final night culminates with two presentations manifesting as the best living electronic mixtape you’ve heard in a while. The early program begins at The Meadows featuring synth-pop/romantic icon, Riki, and synth-punk duo ORTROTASCE, with support from the propulsive Un Hombre Solo. The party then moves to the Good Room, fueled by the gritty beats of Berlin-based genre-defier Pablo Bozzi and Phase Fatale. In the Bad Room, EBM all-star act Normal Bias will perform a live set, followed by NYC industrial artists R Gamble and Becka Diamond, while Gus Muller of Boy Harsher will top off the night with a fury of cold wave, mutant disco, and techno beats.

Single-Event Tickets and Bundle Packages are Now Available here.

Listen to curated FLESH & STEEL mixtapes:


FULL LINEUP:

Thursday / Saint Vitus

  • PSYCHE
  • SACRED SKIN
  • RARE DM
  • LATHE OF HEAVEN
  • G I N A [DJ]
  • MAYLAND [DJ]

Friday / Knockdown Center
Main stage:

  • BOY HARSHER
  • A SPLIT-SECOND
  • SOFT CRASH
  • DAS DING
  • MS BOAN
  • NGHTCRWLR
  • KONTRAVOID [DJ]
  • ANDI [DJ]
  • 80S BABY [PERFORMANCE]

Texas stage (New stage just added)

  • NIGHT SINS
  • GHOST COP
  • CONFINES
  • CATHERINE MOAN

Saturday Early / The Meadows

  • RIKI
  • ORTROTASCE
  • BLU ANXXIETY
  • UN HOMBRE SOLO
  • G.S.E.D [DJ]
  • LEMMY CAUTION [DJ]

Saturday Late / Good Room & Bad Room 

Good Room:

  • PHASE FATALE
  • PABLO BOZZI
  • SHARLESE

Bad Room: 

  • GUS
  • BECKA DIAMOND
  • R GAMBLE
  • NORMAL BIAS [LIVE]

Alice Teeple

Alice Teeple is a photographer, multidisciplinary artist, and writer. She is not in Tin Machine.

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