ARE YOU COMING TO F*CK?
Dirtblondeâ€™s F*CK club is here to save your Thursday nights and offer some cheap drinks, freebies, cool bands and great music.
Each month, F*CK tries to be special, and different than the one on the month before. Thatâ€™s why, on 8th June, F*CK will bring you some very special guests:
James Endeacott, Rough Tradeâ€™s legendary A&R man who signed The Strokes and The Libertines, will come to
Korova to spin his favourite discs and showcase the new talent signed to his new label, Sony Music's 1965 Records.
Will his latest discoveries prove to be as influential? Wellâ€¦time will tell, but you can come and find out first, for yourself, at Korovaâ€™s small and
dingy basement. It will be a classic night, thatâ€™s for sure!
The View, 1965 Recordsâ€™ brightest hope, are five boys from Dundee, whoâ€™ve already made a name for themselves
by being quoted in NME as Bobby Gillespieâ€™s favourite
new band. They have supported Primal Scream and Babyshambles, and played at Radio 1â€™s Big Weekend a few weeks ago, alongside acts such as Bloc Party and
Dirty Pretty Things. (http://www.myspace.com/dryburgh)
The other 1965 band is Jack Afro. They play a no nonsense rockâ€™nâ€™roll and are yet another new band to come out of the thriving Yorkshire scene. Their new
single is released in June and they are ready to show what theyâ€™re made of at club F*CK. (http://www.myspace.com/jackafro)
Completing Juneâ€™s line up, two of the best new bands in Liverpool
Dirtblonde are a band like no other in Liverpool. Their last gig at Korova collapsed after just 4 songs,in a mess of broken glass and smashed guitars. Lula Blue had her feet licked by fans and Ivan DJ-ed with blood on his face. Come and find out just what it is
that is attracting the attention of people like Steve Lamacq (Radio One), Alan McGee (Creation/Poptones) and John Kennedy (XFM). (http://www.myspace.com/dirtblondexxx)
Automation are legends. Their sexy, electro-rock tunes are dark and infectious. Their music shows a love for
80â€™s electro while looking to the future. Vocalist Chris Ward is also the new resident DJ at Evol and if you like the stuff he plays, youâ€™ll love this band! (http://www.myspace.com/automation)
F*CK: 8th June, doors 9pm-2am, Â£5/Â£3 before 10pm. More info visit
Coming up in July: â€œInternational Day Of Rock!â€? feat.
Dead Kids + Wry (Brazil) and more!