Kill Frenzy Leaves Boston With ‘No Panties’


BINARY has been bringing their monthly dance party to Allston’s Wonder Bar in Boston. They have hosted past Techno and House music producers such as Treasure Fingers, Beckwith under the popular Anjunadeep label, Uncle Bob, Vanilla Ace, and most recently, Kill Frenzy. The Berlin-based producer was infatuated with early techno and house sounds coming out of Chicago and Detroit starting at the age of 17. These sounds are now incorporated into his productions and have really been brought to life when he signed on to Claude VonStroke’s Dirtybird Records label back in 2012.

Part of what Seba, aka Kill Frenzy, is known for is his fearlessly deep sound and shameless, lewd vocals. He certainly did not fail to deliver nor exceed these expectations. Kill Frenzy threw down an insanely acidic and audacious dirty bird set this past Saturday night at Allston’s Wonder Bar. The event had been sold out with very limited tickets available at the door and even those were gone by the time Kill Frenzy laid down his first set of deeply textured techno beats.

Not being a frequent of Wonder Bar, I didn’t know exactly what to expect from the crowd. I just knew I was hoping for a night filled with good vibes, dirty beats, and lots of dancing and moving. I definitely was not left disappointed! As soon as Kill Frenzy opened up with one of his ‘Taylr Swft’ album bangers ‘No Panties’, the crowd transcended into the producer’s alternate world where there is no judgment and no rules.

As the night evolved, the intensity of the set continued to grow. The entire venue was sent spiraling into a bottomless floor of Detroit and Chicago-inspired, complex beats, which skillfully combined funk and future vibes with some hip-hop elements mixed in. This set alone showed Boston why Kill Frenzy is such a favorite of boss-man Claude VonStroke and he instantly became ours. The night was a success. It was refreshing to see everyone genuinely having a good time and moving and dancing like no one was watching. There was even a continuous, underground, dance-off in the corner of the venue that added to the overall theme of the night. This was certainly a night to remember and we owe it all to the unmistakably bold producer who brought you the ‘Booty Clap’, Kill Frenzy.