Local fund-raising organisation No More Durty Water http://nomoredurtywater.org/ come together with 4 bands and 4 visual artists in order to raise money for clean drinking water in India and the district of Malda of which is severely arsenic polluted. One fun night for 250 of us can provide safe drinking water for 250 people!
29th MAY / 8PM
★BLACK MARKET KARMA
Black Market Karma are a psychedelic rock’n’roll band from South East London influenced by the likes of the Velvet Underground, Spacemen 3, The Rolling Stones, The Brian Jonestown Massacre, Jesus & Mary Chain, Spiritualized, Bob Dylan, The Beatles, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Nirvana and more…
★ KASSASSIN STREET
Kassassin Street make a hypnotic and psychedelic blend of alternative music. Frequently praised for their individuality and musicianship, last year started with the band featuring on BBC Introducing, and led to the 5-piece playing nights for Club NME as well as supporting 2:54, Art Brut, The Big Pink, The Sheepdogs and Aziz Ibrahim.
The Portsmouth-based band closed 2012 with the release of ‘Moloko Vellocet’, a 3 track Ep recorded “in a barn in the middle of nowhere”.
“Matter-of-factly, Kassassin Street make great music. Beyond the surface-level excellence though lies a further greatness more intelligent, more admirable.” – 7BitArcade
Oh. Captain! Is a three piece band from Brighton, with a cornucopia of influences ranging from At The Drive In and Alexisonfire to hard and heavy Blues, Oh. Captain! are an erratic and energetic band using three vocals, two guitars and a shed-load of hard hitting drumbeats.
★ CARMEN ROSA
Featuring Ben Baxter of Cranes, Carmen Rosa have recently released their mini-album Delay the World, blending together Ian Brown-esque vocals with that balmy sound of a summer afternoon in the 90s. Think the Verve meets Dandy Warhols, filtered through a pair of through rose-tinted spectacles.
★CASSETTELORD – live art on the night
★EL WENCHE WINLOVE – animation films
★ATMOSPHERE – cymascopic visuals to music
★PARTIAL FACSIMILE – mixed media installation