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A Performance as Part of AMVK
Le Parvis De Bangolet, Bagnolet, France, Sunday, September 13, 9pm

Please join us in the suburbs of Paris, in a bar that has excellent, practically morbid conditions for a performance by Club Moral.

Club Moral is a sociable but also difficult industrial noise band that Anne-Mie Van Kerckhoven started with her partner Danny Devos on January 1, 1981. “Dirty band,” one of my friends commented about them, with a degree of admiration. Club Moral, as the name suggests, was also a space. Run out of AMVK’s house in Antwerp, the club served drinks and ran towards the boundaries of the permissible with art, performances, and music shows.

An archive of their music can be found here.

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