Richmond’s Ki:Theory performs tonight at DC9. He’s known for his covers like “Stand by Me” (video above), which is much different than 1962 original by Ben E. King. (Darker, to say the least?) He’s also known for remixing things like Daft Punk’s “Son of Flynn” on the Tron: Legacy soundtrack remix album.
Listen to the new single from Ki:Theory “The Way It Was,” released in January:
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Several local acts open for Ki:Theory — Technophobia and Pleasure Curses. Technophobia are a dark wave duo who recently revamped their act with new songs, all sang by Katie Petix and all synthed by Steve Petix.
The Pleasure Curses are nu disco indie pop stylists who always put on a good show as well! Jahn Alexander delivers smooth vocals while Evan Maxwell leaps from guitars to synths.
Tickets are available at the door.
w/ Technophobia and Pleasure Curses
Thursday, June 11