Goodbye, Faithful Kingdom! present
Codes In The Clouds
Organ Grinder Records DJ
4th August @ The Macbeth, 70 Hoxton Street
£5 advance from: http://www.wegottickets.com/event/52164
“Goodbye, Faithful Kingdom! is refreshingly different” - Subba-Cultcha
CODES IN THE CLOUDS
'This Kent-based quintet find themselves on the cusp of what looks to be a very promising career!' Ones To Watch in 2009 – ROCK SOUND
'A perfectly presented first statement of their intentions... sending jolts from shoulders to fingertips.' (8/10) – CLASH
'At times crestfallen and regretful, at others furious and passionate, this album is a synergy between exceptional percussion and dizzying whirlpools of guitar riffs.'
(4/5) – NARC
'When a debut album like this comes along you know that it is an important moment in music when you hear it, and it only took them five days to record.' (9/10) – DROP-D (IE)
' It goes to confirm that, in the right hands, post-rock works like a dentist, extracting bicuspids of bloody emotion from the mouths of people with weak spots.' – COKEMACHINEGLOW (US)
'Their music brings the sonic deluge associated with their genre, kidney-punching you with crescendos that leave you in surgery, coupled with the fragile stitching of clean guitar lines that help you recuperate. Codes does show they are capable of more surprising melody-making, particularly in the star-charting patience of "The Distance Between Us"' Track Of The Week – THE SILENT BALLET (US)
'One of the hottest releases for the genre...the whole work seems to be a crescendo of emotions that explode in the final tracks, turning your insides upside down. A must have!' – SOUND MAGAZINE (IT)
One of the capital's most innovative trios right now, Dear Thief are slowly building up an army of supporters for their quirky but poppy sound that brings up images of what might happen if Jonathan Richman was press ganged into Shellac.
A collective of musicians from Guillemots, Keyboard Choir and Internet Forever creating weird and wonderful music.
Greig Stewart (Guillemots) on drums, Larry on percussion, Adam Davy and James Marsh on alto saxophones, Sebastian Reynolds (Keyboard Choir) on synth and piano, Jean de Talhouet on 'cello.