He's got a new side project called Reveille who we're putting on in Dalston on the 18th March. Should be a goodun, come down! New Years Evil, The Black Tambourines and Slushy Guts in support and all for £3. Details below.
Scene Not Herd presents...
We are honoured to have French boy/girl duo Reveille cross the border and headline our first night at The Victoria. The recent album “Time and Death” garnered rave reviews in their home country and has been described as frantic pop folk noise. Think Pixies, Nirvana, Pavement, and add that to the duo’s melodic, uncomplicated writing, inventive arrangements, little, convoluted gimmicks, freshness and live intensity.
NEW YEARS EVIL
Released one of our favourite split singles of 2010 with label mates The Black Tambourines, these guys will shower you with shoegazey guitars and pop melodies for you to dance the night away.
THE BLACK TAMBOURINES
As noted above, their split single on the excellent Art is Hard label occupied our stereo muchly in 2010. Falmouth’s The Black Tambourines will care not for winter and infuse your soul with ‘waves of catchy, off-kilter guitars with echoey whoops and wails to produce a sun drenched surge of seashore sound”.
Slushy Guts is an intimate one man guitar project. Mixing influences from SNH faves The For Carnation and Jim’O Rourke, do not miss our spaced out artist’s echoey, intimate offerings.
ART IS HARD
THE PATIO SET
SCENE NOT HERD
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