Some bits of the album sound really good, yet I have at times found myself thinking of a hippy jam festival, and wanting to put on some Slayer to make it stop.
really liking it.
absolutely lovin' it, had it on repeat since monday, class
Shame they're not doing a bigger tour!
dates are they doing?
We are hoping to get them back over for a full UK tour next year...
but it properly rules
i was so eager to get my hands on a copy of this i've gone and ordered in twice! bit a fuck up with the usually reliable normanrecords, long story. Anyway anyone want one? PM me. Looks like a nice package black vinyl ltd to 700 copies. Face value plus P&P... just zap me the cash over on paypal
today and bloody love it, psychedelic funk. And the album sleeve with the cut outs is awesome too. May have to go to supersonic in Brum to see them
19th October The Lexington / London (With Teeth of the Sea and Gnod)
20th October The Star and Shadow / Newcastle
21st October Supersonic Festival / Birmingham
...are selling fast, so if you want to go, buy from here:
It will be sold out well in advance...
with Blanck Mass which I've already got tickets for :(
Has this been on many EOY lists?
I've become bait obsessed with it
Damn it's good.
If I was a boxer, Goatman would be my walk-to-the-ring song.
Anyone see them at the Lexington? How was it?
Just noticed that they are playing a sold out date at the Electric Ballroom, the announcement of which passed me by completely. Can be first on the list in case anyone has a spare.
They were stunning. Didn't expect the Electric Ballroom show to sell out (IIRC it already got upgraded from the Scala), oh well.
Can't wait. Not seen them live yet.
The Electric Ballroom gig with Teeth Of the Sea should be something special too.
Have to say I thought it was pretty rubbish. Musically they were tight as but the whole costume / dancing thing was just too over the top for me. If I wanted the stage to be dominated by someone running around with maracas I'd go and see the Happy Mondays.
I thought it was an incredible show personally. Such a huge improvement on the Lexington show back in October which i'd found a little disappointing.
Some of the new stuff sounded awesome and they were really tight and powerful. I actually thought the two girls fronting the band added a lot of energy and fun to the whole thing.
Fair enough. To me that added energy and fun made it a bit "Hey everyone, HAVE FUN...NOW"
Psyche-funk band <<<<< psyche-funk band with masks, robes and wild dancing
That was fucking terrific last night. Like being hit by an avalanche. So much sheer fun.
Wish it had stayed at The Scala and not been "upgraded" though.
Really hope this band continues to get bigger - would love to see them play with a mental lightshow.
Easily in my Top 50 gigs ever (and I've been to 1400+)
They'll go down a storm at Glastonbury today. I hope the BBC manage to catch some of the set.
I know it makes me sound silly but I'm quite enjoying watching them on telly as I can see the actual band playing and not just have to focus on progressively breathless and uninspiring dancing from the front two.
Still, Teeth of the Sea were ace.
great show. although i wish they were marginally less popular so that i could GET DOWN.
Actually thought Teeth of the Sea were slightly better, but really, really enjoyed both performances. Bit of an odd crowd though.
Went to see The Black Angels at Rough Trade East (they were excellent). The new album is so much better live.
Teeth Of The Sea are a great live band. Seen 'em a dozen times.
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