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Ritualz and XIBLING with Black Magdalene

Event Date/Doors Open: 
Sunday, October 9, 2022 - 7:00pm
Event Time: 
October 9, 2022 - 8:00pm
$10 Advance, $15 Day of Show

On Sunday, October 9, The Community Center for the Performing Arts proudly welcomes Ritualz and XIBLING with special guest Black Magdalene will be playing at The WOW Hall. 


[pronounced: sĭbʹ-lĭng]

Portland synth duo Xibling makes experimental, ADHD synthpop. Led by lyrically unabashed vocals processed with real time hardware vocal effects. The pair blow past genre limitations with their urgently catchy, aggressively introspective songs. Delivered with dramatic flair, seductively playful swagger, & boundless energy, that makes dancing through apocalyptic change feel possible.



RITUALZ is the dark electronics project of JC Lobo from Mexico City. Once part of the first wave of witch house acts, the one man band has since branched out to explore and mix other styles like darkwave, industrial, noise and dark ambient, crafting a style of his own. Releases include the witch house classics CDR and Ghetto Ass Witch, recently reissued on vinyl by Re:Mission Entertainment for their 10th anniversary, the debut album Doom and its follow up EP Satanico Supremo on Artoffact Records, Häxan, a live score performance to the 1920s silent film, and RADICAL MACABRO, the latest album released 06/24/22, a heavy, dark, and noisy concept album which marks the starts of a new era for RITUALZ.



Black Magdalene is an Organic Darkwave ensemble, whose soundscape of haunting tones and rhythms luxuriously navigate betweendark, atmospheric percussion and beautifully intricate instrumentation.


Based in Eugene Oregon, the group was formed Beltane 2011. Black Magdalene is Star Wrey, Victor St. Petersburg, Christopher Pfeffer, Lindy Comrada and Regina Anne

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