Wednesday, May 31, 2006

New gigs added to 2006 tour schedule

Pornoheft have confirmed two new gig dates to be part of the 2006 tour. Shortly after Vink Sperber's cooking break, August sees a quick return for the band back in Sachsenhausen at Frankfurt's funkiest venue Das Bett, and they are also performing at the HOT in Warendorf in early November. More to follow soon.

Saturday, August 19, Frankfurt, Sachsenhausen, Das Bett, + special guest
Saturday, November 4, Warendorf, HOT

Complete tour schedule is available here.

Sunday, May 07, 2006

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Tuesday, May 02, 2006

Research Team to investigate more "global" aspects

Thanks to Pornoheft Research Team, one hundred and fifty years after the first public demonstration of ether, Pornoheft remains on the forefront of punk innovation. During the next decade, one of the most interesting areas of Pornoheft Research Team's investigation will be that of the "global" aspects of punk music. With the mapping of music history completed, qualities relating to the impact of specific modalities on varying genres can now be explored. You may ask, "What is the relevance of this to the practice of punk?" The answer will include exploration of numerous areas including identifying the mechanisms responsible for different responses to various intra- and post-operative music modalities. In the era of "evidence" based music, the specialty of punk music is ideally suited to serve as the model for these investigations. These investigations significantly advance Pornoheft's general understanding of music including understanding basic papers with a relevance to Pornoheft's present topics.