Wighnomy Bros Montreal QC May 30 to June 4
Published Jun 25, 2007Taking over after a five-minute-long techno-gypsy-folk-interlude from certified mad techno genius Sutekh was the pure vinyl-based carnage that was the Wighnomy Bros. Starting with the classic "Let There Be House a cappella, things got real dirty, real quick. Looking like camp counsellors on a bender, they put on a hell of a show, including synchronised posing, accidental cutting of the master volume for a few minutes, the demolition of a couple of bottles of Stolichnaya and Andrew Dice Clay spun over filthy techno. Stir in a blinding remix of Underworlds "Born Slippy, apparently their own, and dubious 1992 classic "Raving Im Raving and youve got a hell of a party.