Not my words, or the words of Top Gear magazine but instead from the lips or perhaps the biro of Strokes producer Gordon Raphael...
At The Good Ship tonight, £4 entry with a cut out of this...
Peace In The City presents a night of outstanding postpunk, indie and garage rock noise.
described as 'The Best New Band In London In The Last 5 Years' by Strokes producer Gordon Raphael.
The Shills have combined the subtlety and poetry of The Smiths, with the vitriolic passion of the Manics, and believe they will soon be catapulted out of their emasculating surroundings and into the minds of many.
Rocking in a garage with a twist of blues when the suns done gone.
A sparkling confection of thunderous rhythm and shimmering solo dusted with a smattering of lyrics scraped from the kitchen sink and smeared across the bedroom walls.
After James Tarbit (dancetillyoudie) playing a mix of electronica, leftfield beats, indie/dance crossover and forgotten pop classics until 4am.
Doors 730pm. £5 entry.
The Good Ship, 289 Kilburn High Road, London NW6 7JR
30 seconds from The Luminaire.
1 minute from Brondesbury train station. (North London line)
5 minutes from Kilburn tube station. (Jubilee)