photos by Greg Cristman

Richard Pinhas at Secret Project Robot
Wolf Eyes & Richard Pinhas

Wolf Eyes performed with an altered lineup, subtracting Nate Young, while adding Aaron Dilloway and the legendary Richard Pinhas (of Heldon) known to many as the "Father of electronic music in France", whose influence was palpable throughout the set. The music itself was composed of parts collected from across a broad, sweeping palate that spanned the experience and knowledge of every person onstage, with each member contributing recognizable aspects of their own sensibilities, while deferring to the enigmatic vision of the whole. Beforehand, many in the crowd wondered what the combination of the serrated edged sound of Wolf Eyes and the usually measured Pinhas would actually sound like. The result turned out to be something that sat comfortably between the two stylistically, while pushing the conceptual boundaries of both. -[Pendu]

As the quote says, Wolf Eyes collaborated with Richard Pinhas at their show at Secret Project Robot with 99 and Yellow Tears on 9/30. If you missed it, WFMU posted audio from a similar show they did earlier that day,which you can stream and download, under the rest of the pictures from the Secret Project Robot show, below....

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Wolf Eyes & Richard Pinhas

Wolf Eyes & Richard Pinhas

Wolf Eyes & Richard Pinhas

Wolf Eyes & Richard Pinhas

Wolf Eyes & Richard Pinhas

Wolf Eyes & Richard Pinhas

Wolf Eyes & Richard Pinhas

Wolf Eyes & Richard Pinhas

Wolf Eyes & Richard Pinhas

Wolf Eyes & Richard Pinhas

Wolf Eyes & Richard Pinhas

Wolf Eyes & Richard Pinhas

Wolf Eyes & Richard Pinhas

Wolf Eyes & Richard Pinhas

Wolf Eyes & Richard Pinhas

Wolf Eyes & Richard Pinhas

Wolf Eyes & Richard Pinhas

Wolf Eyes & Richard Pinhas

Wolf Eyes & Richard Pinhas

Wolf Eyes & Richard Pinhas

Wolf Eyes & Richard Pinhas