18 May 2017
Watch live this great live rendition of the Julie's Haircut track 'Deluge'.
The video was filmed at the Locomotiv in Bologna, Italy on March 3.
Read what the Italian website Rock It had to say here: Rockit
The band are on tour in Italy on the follow dates:
08/06 Modena - Estat OFF
15/07 Chiaverano - (TO) A Night Like This Festival
20/07 Molfetta - (BA) Eremo Club
21/07 Benevento - Soundproof Festival
22/07 Loreto - (AN) Reasonanz
23/07 Genova - Pop Sagra Urbana
26/07 Osio Sotto - (BG) Libera la festa
Here are two posters for up-and-coming Flowers Must Die shows in Reding and Cambridge....
Full tour is:
16 Cardiff, The Moon
17 Reading, Public
18 Birmingham, Supersonic Festival
19 Cambridge, The Portland Arms
20 London, Café Oto (supporting The Space Lady)
To celebrate the launch of Hey Colossus's new album 'The Guillotine' the band are playing a special party at New River Studios...tickets can be bought from here: Baba Yaga's Hut
Baba Yaga's Hut presents:
New River Studios / Manor House / London
Tickets here: Baba Yaga
To help celebrate this night and new album, Rocket's faithful brewer Brewage à Trois have brewed a great Dubbel IPA called LOSE YOUR HEAD.
At 9% abv it's a rich, strong beer, packed with aromatic Belgian yeast, Citra hops and a sharp, clean finish.
So...another great excuse to come and lose your head!!
Check out this great mix going through Gnod's 10 year career curated by Schwet.
Some classic Gnod tracks have been included here – also some classic tracks are missing, still it is one helluva listen.
Attempting to condense 10 years of sonic sorcery from the Salford psychedelic cult, into a bitesize two-hour all-vinyl mix.
Gnod & White Hills - The Secret Society of Ants
Gnod – The World Is Good
Negra Branca – Farca Do Inberno
Gnod – The Importance of Down Time
Gnod – The Somnambulist's Tale (B)
Gnod - Creedon's Clearwater Revival
Dru$$ - Last Train To Nowhere
Gnod - 5th Dub
Anonymous Bash – Ambiguous Trash
Love Cult Take Druss – Nonplusultra
Gnod – Vatican
Dwellings – Drone Invasion
Gnod – Holy Empire
Dwellings – 20 Sides a Minute
Gnod – Manimal Agnotism
Gnod – Man on The Wire
Gnod – Bodies for Money
Gnod – The Mirror
Gnod – Tron
Gnod - Shitting Through The Eye of a Needle in a Haystack
Excited to announce that Baba Yaga's Hut have got Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs to support Acid Mothers Temple at the Dome in London:
Acid Mothers Temple + Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs
Saturday 14th October 2017
The Dome Tufnell Park
2 Dartmouth Park Hill, Tufnell Park, London, NW5 1HL
Tickets: Baba Yaga
17 May 2017
Gnoomes have expanded their up and coming tour with dates in Russia and Switzerland:
May 19 / Smoky Dog / Perm (RU)
May 20 / Night Of Museums - Perm State Gallery / Perm (RU)
May 23 / Sady / Moscow (RU)
May 24 / Südpol / Luzern (with Froth) (SW)
May 26 / Cardinal / Schaffhausen (SW)
June 01 / Pie & Vinyl / Southsea (UK)
June 02 / Open / Norwich (UK)
June 04 / Soup Kitchen / Manchester (UK)
June 06 / Cluny / Newcastle-Upon-Tyne (UK)
June 07 / Broadcast / Glasgow (UK)
June 09 / Wharf Chambers / Leeds (UK)
June 10 / Bootleg Social / Blackpool (UK)
June 12 / London / Brewhouse (UK)
June 13 / Purple Turtle / Reading (UK)
Their latest album Tschak! can be bought from all good record shops or direct from here: Bandcamp
Ahead of their show at the 100 Club tonight – London in Stereo caught up with Joe from Hey Colossus:
Joe Thompson – bassist in crushing heavy rock group Hey Colossus – waxes nostalgic about their early days ahead of their 100 Club gig on Wednesday (May 17th). With a new album out in June the veteran noisemaker reveals his early influences and the origins of the band and how DIY music-making is the only way forward…
Forgive the historical slant. But today is my birthday and I’m feeling misty eyed. In 1990, Hey Colossus was called The State We’re In – named after the first Dogs D’amour album. There’s no shame in this, as the first couple of Dogs D’amour records are decent (in fact the first one sounds like Royal Trux).
Before that we were called Garage Daze (sort of after a Metallica EP), we had other names – Brain Bucket (a grindcore attempt, one show at a school assembly to stunned silence), the Mad Moshing Midgets (I think we recorded a tape in my bedroom), probably loads of others. We liked metal, we traded tapes with other bands who wrote into Terrorizer Magazine…
Read the rest here: London in Stereo