To celebrate The Broad’s first summer, the museum today announced two major public programming series, inspired by artists in the Broad collection and The…Read More
The Haxan Cloak is 25 year old London-based avantgarde musician Bobby Krlic. Krlic studied Music and Visual Arts at the University of Brighton.
He has released several CD-R EPs, all sold at live shows and currently out of print, bar one being distributed exclusively by the Aurora Borealis label. His self-titled debut album was released by Aurora Borealis in February 2011, featuring guest players Mikhail Karikis (Sub Rosa), Finn Mcnicholas (a.k.a. Ultre) and Liam Sparkes of Trencher and Drum Eyes. July 2012 saw the release of the one-track CD “…The Men Parted The Sea To Devour The Water”.
He has played live with Matthew Bower, Prurient, Cold Cave, Neil Campbell and others. He has collaborated with Mikhail Karikis, resulting in a remix appearing on Karikis’s 2009 release, Morphica. He also works as a composer, and recently composed an exclusive piece for the Victoria & Albert Museum as part of London Fashion Week.
WIFE will embark on his first worldwide tour in support of his debut album ‘What’s Between’ out now via Tri Angle Records. Beginning this month, WIFE’s seventeen-date tour will take him around the world, starting in the UK and finishing in Belgium:Read More
To many, What’s Between will be viewed simply as the debut solo album by Irish singer-songwriter James Kelly aka WIFE, but to fans of the metal band Altar of Plagues, this album marks the return of a much admired talent. As,Read More
In 2011 with the release of his debut, self titled album, The Haxan Cloak, solo project of multi instrumentalist, Bobby Krlic, appeared seemingly out of nowhere with an impressively fully formed sound that blew away most anyone who heard itRead More