a layer of chips presents...
Standard Fare + The Felt Tips + The Sweet Nothings + Vom Vorton
live at The Chameleon, 17 Angel Row, Nottingham NG1 6HL
on Friday 26 November 2010
Admission: £5/£2 unemployed
Standard Fare: http://www.standardfare.co.uk/
"A riot of hormones, cut-to-the-chase lyrics, bolshie girl-boy vocals and jingle-jangle propusion...The best and most loveable aspects of indie guitar music." - The Sunday Times
The Felt Tips: http://www.thefelttips.com/
"The words “I am a fan of the Felt Tips” probably don’t mean all that much. I am a fan of many bands. It’s different with the Felt Tips. I have been following them since their very first steps some more than three years ago, obsessively buying everything they released and anticipating the arrival of an album. It’s as if there was a void in my heart and in my brain that they came to fill, because they have exactly the sort of sound that I am meant to like." - Indefinitely Blue
The Sweet Nothings: http://www.thesweetnothings.co.uk/
Moprhing perfectly from the Pete Green Corporate Juggernaut, this four-piece from Sheffield play indiepop songs about trains, politics, football, love, life and lots of pubs. Deceptively fiery, their bite is worse than their bark.
Vom Vorton: http://www.vomvorton.co.uk/
Vom Vorton was the guitarist and singer in Lardpony, and now also plays in Of Mice and Mental Arithmetic. When his bands aren’t around to join him, he makes electronic pop music and experimental guitar noises - sometimes at the same time.