Due to Cargo double booking our date on the 4 November 2010 for The Warlocks only UK gig of 2010, we have had to change date and venue for their show.
They will now be playing at the wonderful LUMINAIRE in Kilburn on SATURDAY 6 NOVEMBER 2010.
All details below. Thanks and hope to see you there.
One Man Melt
WHEN: Saturday 6 November 2010
WHERE: The Luminaire, Kilburn High Road, Kilburn, London
HOW MUCH: £10.00 (http://www.wegottickets.com/event/87861) or £12.00 on the door (may well sell out before reaching door)
...Indeed, it's been a long strange trip for Warlocks leader Bobby Hecksher since his band played their first gig on July 4th, 1998. Hecksher, who moved to California from Florida in the late '80s, formed his first group shortly after arriving. Charles Brown Superstar issued two singles and two full-length albums before calling it a day. Hecksher was later invited to play on Beck's Stereo Pathetic Soul Manure (Flipside), then -- along with James Ambrose -- formed Magic Pacer, who waxed two albums for Win Records before Hecksher splintered off to do his own thing. Over the course of several years and many personnel changes, Hecksher eventually formed his eight-piece band, calling them the Warlocks, a moniker that had been previously used by early incarnations of both the Velvet Underground and the Grateful Dead. While no one will mistake them for a Deadhead band, the Warlocks' earliest recordings do often sound like they're channeling a fever-soaked Velvet Underground (circa White Light, White Heat), while drawing further influence from space rock, prog, and Krautrock bands (including Neu! and Hawkwind). The Warlocks subsequently emerged as leading lights on the Los Angeles music scene in 1999-2000, and in October 2000 Hecksher signed a two-album production deal with America's oldest indie label, the Burbank-based Bomp!, who issued their self-titled debut EP in early 2001. Hecksher has also produced a 16mm short for "Cocaine Blues," which features cameo appearances by Hecksher and friends (including Rivers Cuomo of Weezer).
THE KOOLAID ELECTRIC COMPANY:
The Bedfordshire psychedelic rock collective are a wall of sound but one that can be enjoyed not endured. Every part complementing the other.These songs are beautifully simple but yet full of hooks, haunting vocals and soaring guitars the entire soundscape conducted by the guitar wielding 6ft 3 front man.
Reminiscent of Ride, Hawkwind and The Jesus And Mary Chain. However, they are breaking new ground here. This is more intense. Serious