Indiesexual 14th November 2007
22 Kingsland Road
Exit 2 Old Street tube station, Northern line
Carlotti began in March 2006 and were born out of a shared passion for honest, "propper" Rock ‘n’ Roll music.
Carlotti soon bagged themselves their first gig within a mere 6 weeks through word of mouth and a home recorded demo and left the crowd reeling.
The Black Lies
"The Black Lies really lived up to their reputation tonight. Firstly they and their fans had the best haricuts we've seen. The mancunian lead singer had the king of the haircuts. He was a charmful fella and really lead from the front. These played an indie-punk, full of poetry and clever stuff. The songs were short and the crowd went ballistic. We'd love to see these picked up and get famous, but please not until they play one of our nights again. We must make mention of their fans as well. A boozy bunch that stage dived and stripped off naked throughout the show."
Review from Saturday's show @ Archway Tavern:
STARLING sing songs of alienation and innocence with the wide eyed excitement of a child lost in a slightly wierd universe. Within their deceptively simple rhythms lie some pretty cool shades of trip-rock too; there are times when it’s almost as if the White Rabbit himself has hopped up onto the stage.
Buster Shuffle are a London based Rock n Roll Ska band whitch we are dieing to see live, they have gained a lot of media attention and causing a storm on the London unsigned scene.
Guest DJ TBA
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£5 on the door/£4 in advance