511 Greenwich St (at Spring St)
New York City, New York

In development for over eleven years, X: The Human Condition has been designed to embrace the expanding possibilities of multimedia in entertainment. Now, the live, dynamic concert performance by the music group X: THC, enhanced by emotionally charged film visuals, previews its uplifting and stimulating shock to the senses at “The Depeche Mode Halloween Extravaganza”, taking place at Don Hills, 511 Greenwich St., NYC, on October 30th at 8:00 pm. Admission is $10 in advance, $15 at the door. (21 and over).

Other bands performing on this outstanding bill include Violator, J.Viewz and Ready Fire Aim, followed by a late night Halloween dance party, all hosted by the Depeche Mode Fanclub New York.

X: THC has partnered with the Jed Foundation and AFSP to donate a portion of the profits from X: The Human Condition to help these two non-profit organizations in their work, dedicated to presenting hope and finding help for people struggling with depression, self-injury and suicide. They exist to encourage, inform, inspire and invest into treatment and recovery.

The inspiring music of X: THC combines the multi-layered hypnotica of smoothly grooving electronic beats, warm emotive alternative indie rock, coldly induced new wave post-modernism, lush, heartfelt, romantic blue-eyed soul & classic songwriting, with an otherworldly experimental soundscape.

X: THC breaks down the walls between musical genres, challenging categorization, while communicating performance through multiple sensory applications, known as "synesthesia".

The live music and film multimedia experience examines the human condition, pulling you in to an alternate reality...
Hypnotically delicious, it is a trance-inducing trip inside the human subconscious, combining hypnotic, surreal soundscapes with phantasmagorical, emotionally charged visual storytelling to create a unique and inspiring multi-sensory music and film experience.

X: The Human Condition alchemically fuses together influences of luminaries such as Tim Burton, Michael Gondry, Antoine St. Exupery, Darren Aronofsky, Guillermo Del Toro, Jean Cocteau, Rod Serling, The Brothers Grimm, and Joseph (John) Merrick, to create an imaginative, terrible beauty, both real and unreal, where the mind can make a hell of heaven, and a heaven of hell... X: The Human Condition.

Added by mrjordan on October 14, 2009

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