Kontravoid + Kris Baha + St. Mark

Dark pop/EBM masters Kontravoid and Kris Baha are joining forces on their upcoming November 2023 tour, covering part of Central and Eastern Europe with a short Scandinavian trek.


Kontravoid’s masked mystique has remained for over a decade. Ever since the release of his self-titled LP in 2012, the Canadian-born, Los Angeles-based Cameron Findlay has perfected dark pop with his oeuvre that teeters between the EBM, electro and goth
genres. His productions, such as 2019’s “Too Deep” and 2021’s “Faceless,” dive to the most derelict corners of foggy, strobe-lit clubs: there is no choice but to dance. But there is an uncanny softness and obvious songwriting ability to compose heart-wrenching songs that are both captivating and drenched in melancholy—2018’s “Undone” has been a fan favorite since it came out on Berlin’s Fleisch Records.

Onstage, Kontravoid demands the audience’s attention with his powerful performance that balances his specific concoction of harsh beats with his signature bass line rhythmic patterns. He’s toured alongside Boy Harsher, ADULT., Drab Majesty and Hide,
and has remixed the likes of Schwefelgelb and Kris Baha. Truly a man of the shadows, Kontravoid is an unparalleled fixture in the dark electronic arena.

Kris Baha

Much time has passed since the Queer Australian/Italian-Armenian, Kris Baha swapped the parched red earth and searing midday sun of the Australian landscape for the brutalist buildings, communist-era apartment blocks and slate-grey skies of East Berlin. Now firmly embedded in his adopted city, Baha has become known for a mutant trademark production style inspired by sun-baked hallucinatory visions of the past-future clandestine, concrete-clad industrial hum of the metropolis after dark.

Kris is a fixture in Berlin’s Industrial EBM & club scene, playing at notable parties and venues such as Cocktail D’Amore, Tresor & Panorama bar, RSO and Urban Spree where he dives deep into the void, to deliver extended sets of otherworldly machine music driven by emotion and mood as well as running his own live and dj focused party night, Wired. The same ethos applies to his performance-based live shows, which were initially inspired by his love for the pioneering gigs of the first industrial music era.


As a resident of Batcave in Sublcub, ST.MARK has a solid background in post punk and dark wave. He expands his music horizons at queer parties with more body music, sweat and escapism through dancefloor. Staying true to his past, he’s mixing all of these influences to create new club night FLÄSH. Focusing on industrial, ebm and techno, with guests like Silent Servant, Andi Synthicide and Kendal.

Tickets here


Z verejných zdrojov podporili Fond na podporu umenia a Nadácia mesta Bratislava.
Za dôveru pri vzniku Novej Cvernovky ďakujeme Bratislavskému samosprávnemu kraju.
Partnerom Leta pod Palmou je Corwin a BKIS.
Za tlač ďakujeme bittner print.