Spoon of Music Presents: Fade to Sepia + The Patty Winters Show + Load. Click. Shoot! Weds@The Windm
Fade To Sepia + The Patty Winters Show + Load. Click. Shoot!
Wednesday 12th September 2007
22 Blenheim Gardens
8pm – Midnight
£4 Entry on the Door
Fade To Sepia (Birmingham)
We liked them so much that we've asked them back. Dark brooding rock that echoes parts of The Stooges, and Joy Division with hints of The Cramps, Siouxsie & The Banshees and Neils Children. Militaristic drumming and thumping bass lines that become butchered with sharp spiky guitar parts and deep vocals. We think they sound very exciting indeed.
"a beautiful yet haunting racket, they show an immense amount of promise" Artrocker
The Patty Winters Show
Eccentric and jovial art-pop. The male and female vocals play off of each other like two children playing pat-a-cake in the playground. This three piece follow similar lines as 586, Shrag or The Young Knives but with more harmonious and heart wrenching songs.
'Deceptively catchy, harmony laden pop racket' - FAKE DIY
'Awkward, understated Englishness combined with aggressive angular pop music' JOYZINE
Load. Click. Shoot (Barnstaple)
Mesmerising disco-rock that spits out short sharp bursts of Test Icicles or Damn Arms ravenous beats. Their songs are 100mph frantic journeys of adrenaline punk and snappy vocals. They are about to grab the London scene by the bollocks...