Do Not Conform present...
<b>SHOOTING AT UNARMED MEN</b> - Jon Chapple recently split Mclusky because he wanted to pursue this band. And when you hear them you'll know why.
"The Pixies playing Â£10 instruments, and the best tunes they ever wrote" - Rock Sound
"A step on from McLusky, with all the gawky fury and brutal comedy remaining, but imagine if a colon, instead of being full of shit, was full of multi-flavoured Toffos and Space Hoppers, that'd be Shooting At Unarmed Men. Amazing, amazing. Amazing." Plan B
"Kamikaze whiskey-stripped punk that's nothing short of awesome" Buzz
<b>TIRED IRIE</b> - The first signing to Try Harder records, and together for no more than a year. Was really, really impressed by their recent debut single.
"Rhythms lurch, guitar punch and tear until the whole piece wraps up in a tangle of Godspeed meets At the Drive-In ferocity." JOYZINE
"Offering dual vocals, powerhouse rock and restrained guitar melodies to produce epic sounding, intense and often beautful fare." LOOSE LIPS SINK SHIPS
<b>FUZZY LIGHTS</b> - First-rate post-rock minimalism. Looped guitars and effects, violins and recently added drums. For fans of GYBE!, Sigur Ros, Do Make Say Think et al
<b>THE KHE SANH APPROACH</b> - Time to wake up your ears. Noise-pop chaos, and stage antics aplenty. People with something to say, and to say loudly.
<b>Saturday 10th December
The Portland Arms, Cambridge</b>