The Electroindustrialist Cometh

Josepher, the mastermind behind Spank Saturdays, Cabaret Vampyra and Scary-Okee karaoke, is turning the heat up on the candleabra by bringing the dark lord of industrial music, Sebastian Komor, to Pulp Live (2674 E Oakland Park Blvd., Fort Luaderdale). Komor, the Norwegian-born, Canadian-based Timbaland of electro-industrial beats, has produced and written some of the biggest albums in one of the smaller genres. He’s currently producing the new album by international ’80s band Alphaville (whose tracks were featured in Napoleon Dynamite and some Kirk Cameron movie) and is about to release a new EP with his industrial rock side project, Zombie Girl. But, while Komor can’t drag out all the members of his more-than-half dozen bands, what the gothy glam guru can do is put on a multi-faceted show featuring keyboards, laptops, and DJ gear to create a mashup of all of his bands and work up to this point. Tickets are available at sebastiankomor.eventbrite.com: $10.99 for general admission, $15.99 for a VIP meet-and-greet. Call 954-822-6350, or visit myspace.com/electrolusthollywood.
Fri., Oct. 9, 7 p.m., 2009
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Jake Smith