Spoon of Music Presents…
Royal Treatment Plant + Buen Chico + LR RocKeTs
Wednesday 5th November 2008
22 Blenheim Gardens
8pm – Midnight
£4 Entry on the Door
Royal Treatment Plant (London)
Entwining hard riffs together with delicate song structures, RTP jolt and stutter in a glorious Stadium rock fashion. From the quiet/loud vocals through to the jolting bass line, clashing guitars and spacey keyboard it all erupts into an explosive, high energy live performance. Debut album ‘Hope Is Not Enough’ is out now.
“... like getting a slap in the face from the hottest girl in school, but then going back for more because you like her that much. Sharp, spiky, sexy, shuddering, shivering stuff” The Fly
“..a joyous and exuberantly tinny bit of speed-punk...” NME
Buen Chico (Leeds)
Leeds finest purveyors of sugar-coated pop master pieces. Intelligent melodies all flit in between the irresistible hooks. Sounding like Brendan Benson fronting Supergrass their debut album 'Right to Rearrange' is a sweet punky joy to behold.
“brilliantly spiky geek-pop firecrackers that jolt like Foals knifing Supergrass"” NME
'Criminally catchy…cheery jangle pop complete with harmonies and sing along choruses. Marvellous stuff.' Sounds XP
'Charmingly engaging, with intelligent delivery, an excellent debut' Rock Sound
LR RocKeTs (London)
Relentless catchy electro-pop-punk-rock from one of London’s finest purveyors of disco punk. LR RocKeTs additive driven songs swirl around like an additive induced child in a sweet shop.
“LR Rockets are not afraid to rip up the rule book, raid their favourite Jonathan Richman and Devo tunes, and mix it up with their own mix of what it takes to get people dancing” Artrocker
“Live fans are transfixed by their colours and the vocalist’s crazy legs” The Sun