Frederikke Hoffmeier (aka Puce Mary) is a Copenhagen-based noise artist. Her densely layered slabs of industrial aggression are frequently discussed in the context of (and have been released alongside) work by the plethora of punk bands emerging from the Danish capital (Iceage, Lower, Vår, Lust for Youth, Marching Church, etc), but closer ties are formed with Posh Isolation, the label and shop run by Loke Rahbek and Christian Stadsgaard, aka Damien Dubrovnik. If you had the good fortune to catch their performance at Fuse Art Space last year alongside Helm, you might have an idea of what's going on here. It's minimal, focused industrial noise; precise but volatile, clear but bewildering.
Breaking Colts are a two-piece bass/drums/vocals noise explosion, heavy riffs and monolithic bass rumble punctuated with percussive outbursts and and supertight grooves. RIYL Lightning Bolt, Melt Banana, Black Dice.
“They are the loudest band I have seen in years and the experience was not unlike standing in front of a sonic Jet engine for half an hour – but in an amazing way.”
This concert is part of Fuse Art Space's exhibition "Exquisite Corpse" - for more information, see http://www.wearefuse.co/project/81/exquisite-corpse