One Sentence SupervisorTue 05 Nov 2019
In the early Middle Ages, the phenomenon "Acedia" emerged among monks and ascetics. Because of their isolated existence, many of them became depressed and indifferent, making it somewhat challenging to live a spiritual life. Acedia - the new, third LP from One Sentence. Supervisor covers a more contemporary form of this indifference: the constant inner struggle between powerlessness, expectations, and fears. The new album of the Swiss-based band, deals with the feeling of not moving while accelerating.
Due to unforeseen circumstances, this concert will be postponed to a later date in the spring of 2020 (TBA). Ticket holders will automatically receive a refund.
“Transposed to our times, it could be described as the dull discomfort one feels when flying to Barcelona for 25 Euros, before randomly ending up in a climate strike on the way to the beach bar. At the end of the day, we all know our lifestyle is a farce and that its price is way higher than what we could possibly imagine. How do we respond to our privilege? And to what extent do we really care about the world? "
None other than Radwan Ghazi Moumneh of Jerusalem In My Heart produced the album, and we dare say: it will certainly not leave you unmoved. With their dark krautpop, motoric drum sound and growling basslines, One Sentence. Supervisor navigate between the new wave of The Cult and the compelling krautrock of Suuns, peppered with many psychedelic and folk influences. Grab your headphones and have a listen.
As part of Pilar ASAP Thu 17 Oct — Thu 14 Nov 2019 The for X's sake edition What about the current quest for ‘true existence’?