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BODEGA The White Hotel, Manchester

Saturday 29th October 2022 Doors at 19:00

BODEGA Rescue Rooms, Nottingham

Sunday 6th November 2022 Doors at 19:30
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Bodega, The Soup Kitchen, Manchester - 10th July 2018

Expecting excellent stage performance and was blown away. I have only just got my hands on their album so thought I had some ides of what to expect but the live experience was more than I bargained for. The whole band has a stage presence that is hard to beat and although some of the music was not from the album it was so well executed the audience became swept up in the excitement and exhilaration being pumped out from the band. If the band enjoyed preforming as much as I enjoyed watching and listening then they had a fantastic night as well, certainty that is how it came across.

Posted by GG on 11/07/2018

Artist Bio

Broken Equipment was inspired by a book club. In the early months of 2020, the Brooklyn art-punk incendiaries gathered together with close friends to study the works of a wide range of philosophers. Passionate debates lasting long into the night became a regular occurrence, motivating the band to become as ideologically unified as the weighty tomes they were reading. Broken Equipment is BODEGA’s attempt to interrogate the external factors that make them who they are, propelling existential quandaries with tongue-in-cheek humour, highly personal lyrics, and irresistible grooves.

Since BODEGA’s formation in 2016, Ben and Nikki have experienced a rare meteoric rise. The duo double as filmmakers, earning acclaim for their 2020 erotic drama PVT Chat starring Peter Vack, Julia Fox, and other recognizable faces from the Safdie Brothers’ cinematic universe. When the pandemic forced them to hit pause, they used the opportunity to regroup with drummer/performance artist Tai Lee, bassist/philosophy professor Adam See, and lead guitarist Dan Ryan. Broken Equipment was produced by Ben himself with Bobby Lewis, BODEGA’s NYC live sound mixer. The record was mixed by Bryce Goggin, whom the band sought out for his work with Pavement, and Adam Sachs (WIVES).

The album’s 12 songs are set in present day New York City, packing in references to contemporary issues of algorithmic targeting, media gentrification, and the band itself.

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