James Ruskin, Silent Servant to play Jealous God showcase in LA

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  • Oliver Ho's Broken English Club and Terence Fixmer are also on the bill for May's label party.
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  • Mount Analog, Droid Behavior and Das Bunker will team up for a Jealous God label night at Lot 613 on May 15th. The techno-heavy lineup consists almost entirely of acts on Silent Servant's imprint, which recently announced an ambitious 2015 schedule. British veteran James Ruskin sits atop the bill. The Blueprint boss released the second EP on the LA-based Jealous God in 2013. Ruskin collaborator and Blueprint mainstay Oliver Ho will appear as Broken English Club, after performing live as Raudive for Mount Analog last year. Juan Mendez, AKA Silent Servant, anchors the lineup, which also includes French CLR affiliate Terence Fixmer and a live set from confrontational Dais Records duo Youth Code. The night bears an industrial focus underlined by long-running dark club night Das Bunker's involvement—they have shows with Front 242 and Severed Heads scheduled for the coming months. The showcase will also host the US premiere of Industrial Soundtrack For The Urban Decay, a documentary covering the origins of the genre. Droid's Raiz and Reverend John will be spinning dedicated "history of industrial" sets, with Mendez and Oktaform prepping visuals for the night. Check out the trailer for the documentary below. Tickets to May's Jealous God Label Night are available on RA.
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