Industrial Is Not Dead at Small’s Bar as was witnessed by the live shows of Ludovico Technique and Leaether Strip.

Out on tour to support their second full-length release, We Came To Wreck Everything, Ludovico Technique brought their message of deteriorating, dark, and deep human experiences to the stage in Hamtramck, next to Detroit. The band is known for their harsh industrial sound and stage presence to shock, captivate, and excite the crowd. They hail from Orlando, Florida and are just getting started. Keep your eyes open for them to do more in the future.

Next up on stage at Small’s was Denmark’s own Claus Larsen’s electro-industrial project known as Leaether Strip. Getting his start in electronic music in 1988, he has been a mainstay in the genre of industrial music since. Larsen is also known for Klutæ (or Klute) which formed in 1991.

This time around, his tour focused on his roots; his beginnings with the now defunct German record label, Zoth Ommog. It was a night full of nostalgia and EDM at its finest.

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