Techno Music. Of and about technology. Created in part as a response to the fabric of life in Detroit in the 1980s, it's architecture, and importantly its automotive industry. It's a link that techno label Intl.C (International Chrome) know only too well. The name would suit a major manufacturer as well as it does this brand new boutique label. And when you discover it's the project of Jensen Interceptor - a multi-talented multi-media artist - and also involves such techno heavy hitters as The HACKER, Jon Convex and ViVi (Motorik), you know they mean serious business.
They're launching a new model of "darker, sleeker" techno this Saturday night at The Imperial. These are not some minor modifications either, this is set to be a major techno revolution.
See the launch of Intl.C label with The Hacker (Zone/FR), Jon Convex (Convex/NonPlus - UK), Mikron (Zone), Jensen Interceptor (Motorik), Saturday May 31 at The Imperial, $20