Rock and roll collides with an assortment of theatrical exotica, Getintothis’ Ian Matthias monkies about at a Culture Less Ordinary.
A Culture Less Ordinary made a statement on Friday night at the Kazimier.
Having already presented nights alongside Threshold Festival and the Brazilica Fringe, the innovative promo team collectively known as Rebel Soul and Audio Voyeur know how to put together a party – and this night was no different, as an assortment of exotica, theatre, performance art and music, exploded into life.
On Friday at the Kazimier, People of K and Inc.A took to the stage showcasing two very different strands of music but perfect for the ethos of the event.
Swedes People of K serve up minimalist beats, textured soundscapes, oodles of charisma and a heavy dose of fun.
Inc.A, meanwhile fuse jazz, arabic rhythms, hip hop and drum n bass, as the Kazimier bounces along from beginning to end.
Dressed in costume more akin to big game explorers of the 1930s, they had the crowd in their pocket early doors while evidently having a ball on stage themselves.
A special mention goes to DJs Audio Voyeur and Monkey for providing the tunes in between the bands – stunning stuff. More like it, please.
More action from A Culture Less Ordinary at the Kazimier captured by Getintothis’ Andrew AB