Last Day Deaf is walking on air to be the Media Partner for the live appearance (& return after 14 years in Athens!) of seminal German industrial/idm/dark EBM act Haujobb for a unique show, supported by the Northern Greek dark electro/futurepop group TECHNOLORGY.

Get ready for ‘electrocution’ at Death Disco, this Friday!

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Haujobb is a German musical project whose output has ranged drastically within the electronic music spectrum, from electro-industrial to IDM and techno. They have become a staple crossover act, bringing several forms of electro into the mainstream industrial music world.

Haujobb was formed in 1993 by Daniel Myer, Dejan Samardzic, and Björn Junemann, pulling the name from the Blade Runner translation of “skin job”.





TECHNOLORGY is an electronic band from Thessaloniki, Greece, formed in 2008 by DAV1D (Vocals) and LAU (Keyboards).
After two demos (“ScreenPlay” in 2008 and “Artificial Heaven” in 2010), the debut album “Endtimes In Vogue” was released in 2012 by DWA (Japan), receiving widespread critical acclaim. To promote the album, the band also released their first video for the already-club-hit “Escape” in 2013.
TECHNOLORGY’s tracks and remixes have been featured in various compilations and releases and the band tour regularly since 2009, having shared the stage with bands such as Siva Six, Cygnosic, Hocico, C-Lekktor and others.
In 2014 the band enters the Lunatech Sounds Studio and once again collaborate with producer Dimitri N. Douvras (aka Herr Khaos) on their new album “Dying Stars”. Around that time TECHNOLORGY also have two of their most important gigs, opening for Diary of Dreams (November 2014) and Covenant (December 2014).

In April 2015 the digital single and video for “Crestfallen” is released, revealing TECHNOLORGY’s new sound and image. The successful new hit is just a taste of what’s to come with the new album “Dying Stars”, to follow in May. “Dying Stars” will spread three more singles: “Damsels in Distress”, “Xana” and “Lights in Darkness”, with the latter to be accompanied by a video too.