After the critical success of their debut album ‘void beats / invocation trex’ in February, Cavern of Anti-Matter play at Brighton’s Patterns on Thurs 26 May. A collaboration between Stereolab’s frontman Tim Gane and drummer Joe Dilworth, and synth wizard Holger Zapf, the band are construct tiny rhythmic cells and expanding them, splitting the melody and stretching out timings.
Released on Duophonic Records, their album ‘void beats / invocation trex’ is an epic 72 minute journey. It features guest vocals from Bradford Cox (Deerhunter), Sonic Boom (Spacemen 3), and sound processing from Jan St. Werner (Mouse On Mars). Tim Gane was a key member of McCarthy, before he went on to form the legendary indie-experimentalists, Stereolab. In 2007 he composed his first film soundtrack, La Vie D’Artiste, alongside long-time musical collaborator Sean O’Hagan (The High Llamas), and has recently contributed keyboards to the latest Deerhunter album, Fading Frontier.
Cavern Of Anti-Matter play Brighton’s Patterns on Thurs 26 May, 2016. Their album ‘void beats / invocation trex’is out now, on Duophonic Records