Freaky and hypnotic noiserock
In 2019, three years after Ni released Les Insurgés de Romilly, and after having spent some time with the band PinioL, Ni released their latest album Pantophobie. If you enjoy music that’s slightly edgy and filled with weirdness, this one should be right up your alley! Make no mistake: Ni can bang heads, thrust hips, and cast a hypnotic, mosh-inducing spell upon any crowd that dares enter the shrubbery den.
The Knights Who Say Ni were the keepers of the sacred word, the band Ni however doesn’t need words to impress and conquer. With only music and their energetic live performances as their weapons they leave every audience struck with awe. Prepare to be blown away by Ni’s freaky noiserock!
As support Frisian punk legends It Dockumer Lokaeltsje will be joining. It has to be different. It has to be short. It has to be Frisian. In the late 80’s the trio wrote short, chaotic songs which merged into albums like Tonger and Wil Met U Neuken. In 1987 the band releases their album Moddergat, but shortly after they part ways. After a period of 25 years the band gets together again, and they pick up right where they left off.