Thursday, 30 September 2010

IDJ magazine album review

October 2010 issue.

Passarella Death Squad are not the band to listen to if you fancy an upbeat romp with your mates on a Friday night. Taking their cue from the goth-tronic tendencies of The Knife, this London-based outfit delve deep into the abyss, offering a slow moving dirge of unsettling tension and minimal, mystical atmospherics. It could easily go very wrong indeed but, as it turns out, their debut album is quietly stunning, wrapping Emilie Albisser's pagan lyrics in unobtrusive production and plumes of primordial fog. Echoing Marlene Dietrich, Cocteau Twins, and the criminally underrated Colder, it's a stark uncompromising, remorselessly downbeat work. Look out.

9 out of 10

Thursday, 23 September 2010

Autumn / Winter 2010 t-shirt collection

Inspired by concert posters from the 1960’s, each tee is named after a Velvet Underground track.

What Goes On.

I'll Be Your Mirror.

Oh! Sweet Nuthin'.

Also see, Hypebeast, The Daily Street, Lost In A Supermarket.

Saturday, 18 September 2010

'How nice it is' promo video and stills

'How nice it is' promo video by Alex Giomo.
To view more photo stills, click here.

Taken from the album 'Passarella Death Squad'
released on The Republic Of Desire Recordings.
Click here for full details.

Thursday, 16 September 2010

Photos from Darklands Berlin. 10/09/10

To view the full set, click here.
Thanks to Campbell and all at Darklands for a great night.

Monday, 13 September 2010

Passarella x G-shock launch party. 9 / 9 /10.

Photography: Jeff Metal for Hypebeast.
To view more pictures, click here.
Also see Hypebeast, The Daily Street.

George Issakidis mix @ Passarella Death Sqaud x G-shock launch party. Click here to download.

Tuesday, 7 September 2010

Live at Darklands Berlin. 10/09/10

Darklands 3.0 Opening Event

Installation by Aitor Throup
Live music performance by 'Passarella Death Squad'

Venue - Heidestra├če 50, 1B
U Bahn/S Bahn: Hauptbahnhof

Friday September 10.2010, 18:00 to 22:00
Go to: Darklands