Sat. 27th Nov, Unit 21, Overbury Rd, London N15 6RH.
7.30 till 2;
Austere London sludge pioneers Palehorse will be celebrating the release of their forthcoming album "Soft as Butter; Hard as Ice" on Eyes of Sound Recordings. The band will be performing for the second time with new member Mark Dicker, also of Trencher, on vocals and electronics. It will slay.
They will be joined by fuzz bastard speedskater synth-raping sludge nutters Barberos from Liverpool which, lest we forget, is the home of the frigging Beatles. This lot are really good and rather unique, and hardly ever make it down ere.
Back in the ever-so-cosy Gentleman's Slot, London's skronk-rage-cycle-ists Nitkowski will be kicking your back doors in nice and early, and probably playing some numbers you haven't heard before.
DJs and live electronic music afterwards; details tba.
Awesome circuit-bent visuals will be fired out all over the place courtesy of Ellis.
Cheap drinks of all kinds; cheap entry (all proceeds to the bands); jolly atmosphere, shotgunning and roof-hitting guaranteed.
As usual, anti-social behaviour will be punishable by immediate ejection, no refunds and possibly a bit of a wrecking.
Much love; see you down the front.