On Saturday, November 3, Shank Hall will play host to a potent six-pack of electronic acts that, together, comprise the lineup for All Synths Day. The third annual affair will also double as the EP release show for Moth Light, a Milwaukee-based quintet who aspires to craft “electronic industrial progressive dance music for a post apocalyptic world.”
Moth Light was started by Matthew Lubus, who also plays in MFML and founded All Synths Day in 2016 as a way to showcase live electronic music. After beginning Moth Light as a solo endeavor about three years ago, Lubus added a drummer, then he gradually brought in more members until the band took its current state. Now fully-formed, Moth Light is prepared to take flight with a new five-song release, which the band recorded in their home studio (with portions done at Dashcam’s studio and Mad Science Labs).
Get ready for All Synths Day by listening to their new single, “Fantasy,” below. The night-long mini-festival features Halcyon (Nashville), Moth Light, Xposed 4Heads, Dashcam, MFML, and Jake VS. All Synths Day begins at 8 p.m. and costs $10 at the door. The cover charge includes a copy of Moth Light’s CD and a download code.