The Thriving Thorns And The Crying Crows Meltdown is a female grounded electronic-music/performance Band founded in Vienna in 2017 by Sara Glaxia. Active members: Rachel Albrich and Sara Glaxia.
TTATCCM consists in addition with other artists and guest musicians technically influenced by the sound of the dubiously inspiring band.
The TTATCCM’s have nothing to reconcile and nothing to heal. The universality of modernity relentlessly continues to punch in all holes. In front of an audience arises music & eatable poetry. Following their credo, all genres are blurred. A TTATCCM performance is always concerto, improvisation, theater, and artwork. The work of TTATCCM stands against a given artistic practice and traditional norms. Gender assignments confusing themes and yearning that this time leads over the forbidden fruit to the mysterious gothic-pop underground techno universe. There is no turning back. They will have to go further.
Performance with Julia Rublow, Sara Glaxia, Xenia Lesniewski, Olivia Altmann, RSMA and guests.
The show at the most famous club in Austria was loud and a mess as it was to be expected, this time Sara didnt play on her own but in collaboration with RSMA, the music performance went good and the sound technician an an angel. The event even became rather a fiasco as couple of ladies from the bad turned their back on the cause and decided to just do bullshit and nonsense screaming with high pitched voices ruining the sound of the music performance and them had let a lot of stupid people inside the back stage creating chaos and stress… leaving all garbage behind and the musicians on their own to care for everything, therefor they didnt get paid.
CUP OF TRUTH
about this performance set up, the creation of it was by all of the girls together which turned out amazing, gold, gold and gold
Sara had to play the music by her own again with a little help of Xenia on her keyboard. the reaction of the crowd was good so it may had been good, love.
In collaboration with Xenia Lesniewski, Julia Rublow, Crystin Moritz, Selma Klima; with the assistance of Frederic Troehler, Kurt Rudolf and Georg Fiedler.
PERFORMANCE FOR UNSAFE+SOUNDS FESTIVAL 2017
VARIABLES OF THE IMAGINARY
4th Edition | 22. – 30. September | VIENNA
THIS IS THE PROCESS, AS WITH KAFKA AND WE ARE CONFRONTING THE THUNDER! FLEEING FORWARD THROUGH UNFINISHED AND UNCERTAIN DESIRE/OPERATIONS/FOUNTAINS
SPRINGS UNREADY FOR COMMITMENT. PRODUCING ON A MOUNTAIN
THE EXACT PURPOSE OF TTATCCM IS MONEY/NOT KNOWN/LIBIDINAL ENERGY SUDDENLY THEY ARE CONSTRUCTING LONGING MOMENTS AS VERY STRANGE WITH MUSIC. EVERYTHING COMES FROM THE CASTLE. WE ARE ANIMALS/GHOSTS IN THE NIGHT. OPEN ENSEMBLES OF MOUTHS AND OPERATIONS / INSTRUMENTS.
TTATCCM CHANGE IDEAS ABOUT THE ORIGIN OF ART… SO PUT THE DEVIL INTO HELL, DANCE THE PAPHIAN JIG, PLAY AT RUMPSCUTTLE AND CLAPPERDOPOUCH; LERRICOMPOOP AND DRINK FROM THE CUP OF TRUTH.
Teuchtler Record-shop Vienna presented
POP THE CHERRY
THRIVING THORNS AND THE CRYING CROWS MELTDOWN
| 07. July 2017 | VIENNA
Debut performance- At this event that had turn into total chaos as the sound technician fell asleep at the very beginning of the performance leaving the fake musicians exposed as fraud… (in exception of Sara who had to play all three synths on her own at the same time which gave her great stress (not that amazing sound though but prolo enough) Pure noice with a hard beat) while all girls ran around on wedding dresses shouting them guts out on microphones and getting chased and partially raped by Florian from Gelitin (one of the best nut cases performers in the planet earth)
The youngest of the girls which back then still resembled a baby with round chicks, had decided to put her temper tantrum out on Sara and so she did, and with so much power and all strengt that her face bace red red red and popped like a cherry!
then out multi color djs rocked the dance floor and saved the night!
in collaboration with Selma Klima, Xenia Lesniewski, Crystin Moritz, Julia Rublow, with the assistance of Florian Reither and contributions by Ruben Prenn, Frederic Troehler, Jakob Klima and Bernhard Tobola.