Pull the strings present…
ALL DAY ALL DAY - September 15th County Sports and 16th Cafe Kino - 4pm onwards each day
Parisian krautrock/tropical music of the highest order – ‘ Today pop is fascinated sub bass synths and force-feeding its top lines to singers as puppet presidents. In this light NLF3’s achievement in harmonizing two ever-diverging art forms is given extra gravitas. Ultimately this is a beautiful, unique and sincere album of instrumental pop. Don’t let it get away.’ Drowned in sound
They say this -‘Bristol's scuzzy post-rock charmers return to Twisted Nerve with an overdue follow-up to their acclaimed and eponymous 2008 debut. Sensitively mixed by former Portishead player Jim Barr, 'Luftwaffe Pond' finds the group at a cool junction of Indie-pop, '60s psyche, Krautrock and suave Jazz influences’. BOOMKAT
Beautifully played Northumbrian folk songs from The Unit Ama’s Steven Malley, soon to release his long-awaited 1st album on Low Point records.
Monumental cyclical riff power trio of Nottingham- land.
Folk from Lords, Wolves of Greece, Bob Tilton and Rattle play in this band.
In the zone.
Leeds electro / post punk heroes these, these characters
are / have been in a number of fine bands from that area too,
like The Dragon Rapide, Brown Owl, Pifco etc etc...A fun,fine band.
Bristol's own angular treasures these, a ' a spastic joy of no wave clash-a-phonics that were totally addictive... a mangle of angles and seizured time keeping... ' (rotten meats blog).
OLO worms DJs ! http://www.oloworms.co.uk/
Plus visuals from Nic Finch and Comp.CD of bands!
On SATURDAY 15TH SEPTEMBER
At BRISTOL COUNTY SPORTS CLUB, COLSTON ST., BRISTOL
4.30pm – late £7 for one day £12 for both days
"In The Backyard of Your Mind" was co-written by friend, musician and novelist Luke Sutherland (Long Fin Killie, Mogwai, Bows) features NLF3 partners in Crime (F.Lor and Mich Pires) as well as Lori Chun (The Berg sans Nipple, Herman Düne). To be filed close to Grizzly Bear, Smog, Vincent Gallo or Connan Mockasin.To be filed close to Grizzly Bear, Smog, Vincent Gallo or Connan Mockasin. ‘ Infine
THE BALKY MULE
Curious tales and angles on this life (and lovely songs) from Sam Jones,
a Bristol fellow on Fat Cat records.
TOM OC WILSON
Known as Freeze Puppy in a previous life, now
A more stripped –down affair.
Bristol based (un)power trio of xylophone/ guitar drums
Playing queasy rock. Folks from Soeza and Headfall feature.
Markland Starkie’s (of Sleeping States) new band this, a two piece
Featuring elements of Th’States mixed with a more jagged, noisy approach.
Tender but slightly frayed folk wanderings from Geoffrey Glees,
Resident in town called London east of the west country.
Has a new album out soon.
On SUNDAY 16TH SEPTEMBER
AT CAFÉ KINO,
4.30PM – 10.30PM
£7 for one day £12 for both days
Tickets available on the door and from Here Shop, Bristol, and more info.soon!