Basically they are down here to collect American Visas for SXSW. Drowned in Sound said "their sound is so progressive, so completely unique, it’s demeaning to tie it to the stale confines of a label. Instead, we should be celebrating the euphoria created by their extraordinary kaleidoscopic soundscapes. 9/10"
Playing at The Good Ship on Thursday 19th July with excellent supporting cast.
"Theirs is an ever-evolving musical voyage gliding somewhere between The Earlies' psychedelic pulse, Arab Strap's woozy wonder-pop and an explosion in an Indie vinyl pressing plant." Clash
Frank (just Frank)
Like a superb mix of Joy Division and The Smiths and Bauhaus.
"Slices of danceable claustrophobia" - Tom Wilson themusicmagazine.co.uk.
The Idiot play edgy pop music from the shagpile carpet burn and streetlit a-cup of urban living. Strange fixations and bad behaviour breed among synths and guitars, with disco beats and glam riffs framing a solitary figure in the night.
Doors 730pm. £5 entry. Plus entry entitles you to FREE entry for forthcoming weekend show at The Good Ship.
The Good Ship, 289 Kilburn High Road, London NW6 7JR
Sandwiched in between and 30 seconds from The Luminaire and The Tricycle.
1 minute from Brondesbury train station. (North London line)
5 minutes from Kilburn tube station. (Jubilee)