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Industrial act Pharmakon announces new release, plays BK Bazaar 04.14

Most people (not just musicians) come to the Big Apple full of dreams, to leave it within a few years, when its frantic pace, crazy costs, and tight spaces have become unbearable. Pharmakon, the experimental, insane sounding industrial project of producer Margaret Chardiet, is the product of a human being who's never given up to NYC: that's where she was born and raised, currently calling Far Rockaway, Queens, home. Listening to her new track "Transmission" (streaming), from upcoming new album "Contact," make us wonder whether the track's sound represents the sublimination of a psyche brought to the edge of insanity by a city that notoriously provides shrinks with lots of work. Is this what people escape from, when they leave NYC? Is Transmission the big apple's own sonic version of Edvard Munch's painting The Scream? We'll have a chance to experience, and exorcize, its primal desperation live, at Brooklyn Bazaar, on April 14th.

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Industrial lady from NYC: Pharmakon plays Baby's All Right on 06.14

While many musicians try really hard to write material that pleases the ears of the majority of people, some artists have the ability to "find" their audience by sticking to music that the masses would consider "weird" at best. NYC Margaret Chardiet  has been making power electronics/death industrial music under the name Pharmakon for five years, and - remarkably - she doesn't seem too interested in compromising her artistic vision with anything even remotely "pleasing" to the ear. Check out her single "Crawling On Bruised Knees," which is approaching 200k plays on Soundcloud, and if you dig, don't miss her upcoming Northside show at Baby's All Right on 06.14. S&M attire preferred.

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