‘Chicks on Speed make Atari Teenage Riot look like the James Last Orchestra’ NME
For 17 years, Chicks on Speed have forged an extraordinary career across music, fashion, art, styling and design, taking a fluid and dynamic approach to sophisticated DIY creative endeavour.
The collective met behind the Munich Art Academy in 1997. Their live shows, delivered with a unique mixture of Punk/New Wave attitude, electronic music wisdom and a killer instinct for pop, are as inventive and notorious as they are visually arresting, prompting NME to state ‘Chicks on Speed make Atari Teenage Riot look like the James Last Orchestra’.
Following the release of their latest album Artstravaganza this autumn, this special live show sees the band performing on plinths.
Part of earsthetic - a week of audio-visual events and installations