'Keep on dancin'
You got to get it
Got to give it up....'
Club Motherfucker Live! April Edition
Saturday 12th April 2008
@ Bardens Boudoir
8:00 - 2:00
£4/£6 on door
Live music first, super fun dance party later...
Arrive Early Mofos
PartyShank played an opening set at Club Motherfucker Live! early last year in their former guise Party Sausage and I will shank you for a penny dressed as giant hot dogs. It was about 9:00pm and everyone was still arriving but people got their dance on within about 5 minutes of them playing. It was kind of like the soultrain line on acid. Tonight Partyshank are back to save our arse and fill an empty slot we had due to a rescheduled date. This time they come with a rep cemented with wide-scale blog praise, shit hot remixes, an imminent US Tour with Blake Miller and mad big lovin from 'ver kids'. Give it up for Toystep!
Electricity in our Homes
Floated on the stock market in summer 2007, Electricity In Our Homes have already proved to their shareholders that they are at the forefront of London’s upcoming surge of original and creative bands. With their art-house tendencies, a minimal sound and short sharp shows, they are a fine quartet in the tradition of some of the most interesting no-wave and post-punk acts, such as: Lizzy Mercier, Mars, DNA, Teenage Jesus & The Jerks, Josef K, The Fire Engines. With support slots for The Horrors and Blurt under their belt, a single that sold out within days and another planned soon, EIOH are looking at 2008 with wide eyes and open arms.
lonely ghosts is Tom Denney, writing and recording songs at home, on his own and sometimes with friends. He claims to be ‘pretty new at this home recording’ But he pulls it off extremely well. He also play’s in a band called help she can’t swim who are wonderous.
Factory Floor play violent, serene and electronic experimental music but not necessarily at the same time. Inspired by the works of Joseph Beuys and Christian Boltanski and as fans of Brian Eno, Philip Glass and Stars of the Lid, they combine this with a love of The Fall, Talking Heads, James Chance, early pioneers Public Image Limited, Cabaret Voltaire and Wire, and the sheets-of-white-noise from Bristol group Flying Saucer Attack. German krautrock is something that’s also very close to the collective group’s heart, perhaps best reflected in the repetitive drive of their current single ‘Bipolar’.
MARK MOORE! (S'Express/Kitsune)
Plus hosts/promoters/bon vivants
Daughters of the Kaos