Thursday 8th February 2007
Kabarett Spielraum Presents
The Sailplanes (Itchy & Scratchy Post-Skronk)
Rude Mechanicals (Absurd Cabaret Rock)
David Cronenberg's Wife (Kitchen Sink Antifolk)
Rabbit Clutch (Northern Sulphuric Jazz-Punk)
+ DJ Do The Du
@ The Good Ship, 289 Kilburn High Road, London, NW6 7JR
8pm - Late ... £4 Entrance
Kilburn - Jubilee Line (3 mins)
Kilburn Park - Bakerloo Line (11 mins)
Brondesbury - North London Silverlink (1 minute)
Kilburn High Road - Watford - Euston Silverlink (9 mins)
16, 31, 32, 98, 189, 206, 316, 328 plus numerous night buses to the west end.
More Information: http://www.myspace.com/ks23
Infoline: 07961 028844
Like Marmite. Mmmm. 60% on slightly jarring noise, and 40% on the tunes, THE SAILPLANES are a band who live and breathe and recall what it used to mean to be an 'independent' band. Gunshot drumming, scratchy guitar, fuzz guitar, noise guitar is where it is at.
The RUDE MECHANICALS are a pan-dimensional creature manifesting itself in your reality as an absurd rock band consisting of Miss Roberts and her symbiotic slaves. Post-Punk...Alt-Funk...Artrock...maybe? Influences including Captain Beefheart, Red Hot Chili Peppers and PJ Harvey are all apparent in the music. Dancing, a toe-sucking workshop, body fluid meditation and other therapies included in the entrance price.
DAVID CRONENBERG'S WIFE is the brainchild of Stockport-born songwriter Tom Mayne. A mainstay in London's Antifolk scene, their songs range from the sweet to the disturbing. 'The best undiscovered band in the country...The observational skills of a novelist. The lo-fi 2 chord soul of rock 'n roll.' [Sgt Buzfuz]
RABBIT CLUTCH hail from Huddersfield, the Paris of the North. That area is well-known for being Last of the Summer Wine country, but just like Paris it has pockets of the avant-garde. New wave jangly guitars, fiercely political lyrics and time signatures that chop and change make for a thrilling experience. Champion.