Listen: A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night Mix by Patience

Listen: A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night Mix by Patience

Midnight delirium and atmospheric dystopia from master of dark compositions, Patience.

To say thanks to our loyal Pilerats.com followers, we've teamed up with VICE and Luna Cinemas for a special Pilerats.com screening event of Girl Walks Home Alone At Night. Join us Sat Apr 4 6.30pm for free pizza, free wine, and a screening of the film in the Luna Outdoor cinema. Our 50 free ticket allocation has been well and truly exhausted, but you can grab tickets for $13.50 (Conc.) / $18 (Adult) HERE

Dan Dalton is the Pilerat behind our record label, and, as the organiser of local underground dance collective I.C.S.S.C., has brought some deliciously dark and intriguing acts to Perth's shores, including Shlohmo, Oneohtrix Point Never, OoOoO, Laurel Halo and more. He has carefully crafted a dark and moody mix under his cave-dwelling music alias, Patience, that will play before our Pilerats x VICE screening of Ana Lily Amirpour's Iranian vampire flick Girl Walks Home Alone At Night

The mix hums with a sinister quality, and is beset with an after-hours vibe, much like Armipour's film. From the outset the mood is one of looming claustrophia, with Shlohmo's latest Remains, before dipping into Rabit's unique brand of instrumental grime, and the foreign lullabies of Lucrecia Dalt, which crystallise into the hypnotising sample-based experimentalism of Holly Herndon. It's rounded out with Haxan Cloak's drone-infused electronica and a jittery anthem from master of atmospheric weirdness, Oneohtrix Point Never. 

Press play, and jump-start the shivers that are sure to be running up your spine come Saturday the 4th! 

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