Last Day Deaf is excited to be Media Partner for the very 1st DeathDisco MiniFest. The 11th November event at Death Disco will host three great bands/acts from the ‘dark’ European scene visiting Greece for the first time: The German new wave/post-punk legends Pink Turns Blue, the solo minimal wave/synth-pop act of Hélène de Thoury (Phosphor, Minuit Machine) Hante., and the Portuguese electronic darkwave band led by Pedro Code, Iamtheshadow.

DeathDisco MiniFest v.01

Doors open at 20.00

20:45 Iamtheshadow
22:00 Hante.
23:15 Pink Turns Blue

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Pink Turns Blue – Bio

Pink Turns Blue are an influential band from Cologne, Germany. Formed in 1985, they quickly put out their first LP, If Two Worlds Kiss expressing a sound reminiscent of new wave with very dark undertones and use of synthesizers, only to become one of the pioneers of the developing subgenre of dark wave.
After many hits like “Michelle”, “Walking on Both Sides”, “Your Master Is Calling”, “The First”, “I Coldly Stare Out”, “Touch the Skies”, “Catholic Sunday”, “Missing You”, “If Two Worlds Kiss”, “Moon” and “Seven Years”, they split up in 1995. In 2003, they reformed to appear in a few festivals. Because of the success of the reunion, they released a Best Of album called Re-Union, and in 2005 their studio album Phoenix.

Hante. – Bio

After her noteworthy projects Phosphor and Minuit Machine, Hélène de Thoury offers, through her solo project, a cold, synthetic and melancholic music mixing nagging darkwave and striking electronics.