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Gateshead’s The Old Police House is harbouring quite the evening of enthralling electronic music on Thursday 3rd December. With promoters A Glimpse Of Paradise bringing a fantastic line-up, which sees Apostille playing the once derelict former police dwelling, and support from Pentecostal Party and Goa Flashbacks.

Apostille is the newest project from Michael Kasparis, who has been performing in various guises for years now, but with Apostille he has discovered the perfect way to present his craft and have it mesh with balls out performance. Utilising bloated electronics and vocals of frazzled euphoria, there’s often a pop song within breaking to get out. With chaos running throughout, it’ll be interesting to see this take shape in as interesting a way on stage as it does off.

Pentecostal Party are also in the mix, with similarly beguiling yet off-kilter vocals, and real time loops floating high above synthetic bass, a wonderful use of beats to draw you in then a way of ripping it all back up again, it’s another perfect addition to what is sure to be a special night.

A Glimpse Of Paradise presents Apostille w/ Pentecostal Party And Goa Flashbacks at The Old Police House, Gateshead on Thursday 3rd December

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