Founded slightly over a decade ago in a (paradoxically) historic building, Fabric boasts more height than width. Three separate dancefloors on three separate stories create an atmosphere appealing to anyone who subscribes to the mantra of “variety is the spice of life”. Each floor hosts multiple DJs a night and hundreds, sometimes thousands of dancers…

The night could best be summed up by two sentences overheard between the stage and the audience during the Acid Mothers Temple (AMT) set. After the first jam, better classified as an eruption of noise (or chaos ignoring any traditional song structure or melody), guitarist Kawabata Makoto looked across the mostly hallucinogenic experimenting audience and asked in broken English, “By the way, have you seen a flying saucer?” His question was met with…

If your cup of tea is a 73-minute long concept album composed of just two tracks audibly replicating the album’s title, Recurring Dream and Apocalypse of Darkness, then I’d suggest you make an effort to see the psychedelic Japanese collective known as Acid Mothers Temple (AMT). Actually, Recurring Dream is nearly three years old and for a band as prolific as Acid Mothers Temple, three years is a lifetime—since its 2008 release…