here's a brand new review which suggests we can actually play our instruments
We were understandably shocked and flattered.
You can judge for yourself if Russell was right by attending this gig tomorrow
GIITCD LAUNCH NIGHT VS ARTFUL:CHARITY SHOW.
11th of October- The Purple Turtle in Camden!
Profits are going to Shelter:
GIITCD will be on sale on the night at a snip of your £5 english pounds, all
profits going to charity.A superb CD of alternative, underground music.
Featuring the likes of Penny broadhurst, Rose Kemp, Rhesus, Korova, The
International Karate Plus, The Sailplanes, and The Gemma Ray Ritual. Its a document of the last three years of GIITTV and a compilation CD not to be
London Trash pop kids 586 sound like a night drinking alcopops in the park,
bottled into under-three-minute portions of headstrong, hyperactive agit punk.
They're '70s glam-punks The Rezillos running from the rozzers, they're Art Brut
spilling the Long Blondes cider.
A 21 year old with an impossibly rich and reaching voice accompanied by
shimmering electric guitars thread paths between the prog of Mogwai and The Mars
Volta, the two combining to carry content that is overwhelmingly contemporary
and sets her firmly alongside the likes of Carina Round and PJ Harvey.
Expect some noise.
NME: "This south London duo dound like post-rockers Mogwai reinterpreting choice
moments from The Fall's illustrious back catalogue".
Penny Broadhurst comes from a small hamlet in the Yorkshire Dales, but currently
resides in dirty old Leeds with her long-suffering husband. She is a musician,
actor, singer, writer and spoken word artist. Her epic track "Rhythm Rebel"
opens up GIITCD.