Spoon of Music Presents….
Thee Vicars + Deathline + Violet Violet + Billy Trivial and the Penny Dreadfuls
Friday 18th July 2008
261 Brixton Road
8pm – 11pm
Thee Vicars (Bury St Edmunds)
Volatile, dirty and primal rock n roll in the vein of The Sonics and The Stooges aggressive garage punk. The 1960s tried to forget this type of rawness, Thee Vicars are here to remind us.
Dark, moody, panting drone rock. Unrestrained sombre bass lines and cutting guitar riffs all wrapped in a fur coat of smouldering vocals. This is hot, sexy noise.
"Seriously unworldly electronica new wave, this is glamour at its darkest." On and Off stage
“Abrasive energy and tunes, a winning combination." Artrocker
Violet Violet (Norwich)
Spunky fractured pop with a bit of grrr. Loaded with buzzsaw melodies, charm and vibrant hooks the size of a pirate’s hand. They shout, they scream – it’s a deliciously demonic pop explosion.
"...will have you coming away from their gigs with the feeling you've seen something quite special [even if it is fabulously foul mouthed.]" NME
"“Headless-style femi-punk from this trio of hardcore Norwich based DIY-ers… producing what could be called Rrrriot-metal. Or Metal-grrrrl.” Artrocker
Billy Trivial and the Penny Dreadfuls (London)
Sombre and gothic garage rock. Atmospheric arrangements, echoing vocals and broken rhythms give Billy a sinister and compelling sound. Haunting, breathless and spiky industrial nightmare.
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