Zun Zun Egui + Micachu & The Shapes + OLO Worms
with Katapulto + DJs A.J. Holmes - The King of the New Electric Hi-Life, Punksi, Young Master & The Janitor
at The Croft
(Sat 28th Mar 2009 / 8pm til 3am / £5 adv)
A gig turn club for dancin' turn live rockin' freak out turn into what ever happens...how come?
Second dishing of the Zun Zun Egui / Qu Junktions staged 'How Come...' nights. This night(club), like the band Zun Zun Egui, will broadcast a range of influences and styles to rev up the audience and get into that special groove. This is Bristol calling and the echo. Inspired, alive to the moment, political and dance floor.
Zun Zun Egui
Micachu & The Shapes
A.J. Holmes - The King of the New Electric Hi-Life
8:00 Door Open
8.50 – 9.20 – OLO Worms
9.40 – 10.10 Katapulto
10.30 - 11.30 – Micachu and TheShapes
12.00 – 1.00 Zun Zun Egui
1.00- 2.30 AJ Holmes - DJs
Punksi DJ's between Acts from 10.10pm .
FRONT ROOM DJS
8-9pm The Janitor
10-11 Illegal Seagul
11-12 Young Master
12-1 Illegal Seagull
Zun Zun Egui will pleasure you once again with a witching hour set of cracking rock'n' roll 'n' roll via the balmy regions of East African guitar frenzy, furious drums of dance, flipped Japanese prog and underground bassline disco. Warm up now!
New one-of-a-kind star moves are thrown by Micachu & The Shapes. Mica is the song-writing/composer in training, mixtape-making, LDN exporting, Harry Partch style instrument-creating singer/whizz who is joined live by Marc on drums and Raisa on keyboards. Zesty, frank, poetic and a bit Cate Blanchett playing Bob Dylan singing to Disco Inferno or Position Normal style pop collage.
OLO Worms cram it all in. A Hi-fidelity bedroom portal to the underworld. A Bristol act with radio intentions.
Katapulto lets it all out. A Polish electro-banger who cuts ice and thaws the crowd with his infectious wonky tunes.