96-98 Pentonville Road
London N1 9JB
Tel: 020 7837 5371
Doors: 7.30 - 4am
Annika Trost and Gina V D’orio are two parts of the behemoth that is Cobra Killer. Starting out in Alec Empire’s Digital hardcore movement the band have gone on to record four albums. The new album Uppers & Downers features Jay Mascis, Jon Spencer and Thurston Moore and continues their assault on the psychedelic pop electronica of their contemporaries. Smooth vocals and bouncing melodies punctuate driving electronic thrusts whilst playful keys and dark hooks hold the throat.
this band are made by e-da,liam,,shige. one years ago, shige was making gameboy music on the street and basking, then liam was walking on the same street. liam was in TRENCHER. But they joined to shige’s basking and they had a good fun!! So, they curried basking every tuesday 3 oclock afternoon!! After 6 months ex-BOREDOMS,AOA drummer e-da was passing when they were basking toghther on the street and he saied, “ummm, you guys are great!! can i join u!!”. so they got togther!!! And they bought shige(DJ SCOTCH EGG) a laptop said “hey shige you can’t go father than that by just using a gameboy so use this!!”
Former Stereo Total bassist Angie Reed went solo with 2003’s The Best of Barbara Brockhaus, a concept album about a bored secretary in dire need of excitement. Released on Chicks on Speed’s Chicks On Speed label, Reed was assisted by Digital Hardcore veterans Patric C. and Bomb20. The follow-up album, also on CoS Records, was “XYZ Frequency”.