Weds 7 August 2002:
It's at The Windmill, Brixton, as usual, and here is Sean's propaganda to go with it.
MEANWHILE, BACK IN COMMUNIST RUSSIA
.....beautiful-beats carved into layer after layer of pterodactyle guitars, washed in red wine, pubes-under-the-nails diary readings and general debauch r'n'r in a totally different noise paradigm.
..silly ammounts of media praise for their debut 'Indian Ink'
....11 in Peel's Festive 50 2001
..supported: Pulp, The Cooper Temple Clause, Smog
...signed to Rough Trade publishing
.......2 members recently left their Oxford-based commune. Less is more.
...new EP due on Truck in September
..Londoners. Rock-vixen-fronted, early PJ Harvey dancing around to punka.
TEX LA HOMA
......off the beat of normal life, from Bournemouth, taking apart the Tindersticks, Elliot Smith and the Warp back-catalogue and then he recently put it all back together on tour with Miss Black America
t'all kicks off around 8.45pm and costs £3. See you there?