14 Jun 2019

2nd Poster for Apollo’s Moon Shot : Teeth Of The Sea Live Score

Here is the 2nd poster for the Teeth of Sea Show at the Science Museum IMAX on the 21 June.

Info: 

Smithsonian Channel And The Science Museum Present:

Apollo’s Moon Shot :
Teeth Of The Sea Live Score


21.06.19


Join the Science Museum for a unique preview of Smithsonian Channel's new series 'Apollo’s Moon Shot' with a live score from Teeth Of The Sea.

'Apollo’s Moon Shot' looks back on one of the most important leaps forward in human history, exploring the journey from America’s first manned orbit to the last man on the Moon. The six-part series premieres on 17 June on the recently launched Smithsonian Channel UK and airs weekly throughout June and July.

We will be screening an abridged feature-length cut of the documentary series, with a live score performed by London psychedelic rockers Teeth of the Sea and introduced by famed American aviator and NASA 'Mercury 13' astronaut trainee Mary Wallace 'Wally' Funk.
 


Tickets: Science Museum 

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Poster for Apollo’s Moon Shot : Teeth Of The Sea Live Score

!!!COUNTDOWN BEGINS!!!

Here is the first poster for the Teeth of Sea Show at the Science Museum IMAX on the 21 June.

Tickets are going at a brisk pace so if you want to hear 2 hours of brand new Teeth of the Sea material soundtracking the Smithsonian Channel’s incredible documentary ‘Apollo’s Moon Shot’, all in the iconic surroundings of London’s Science Museum, then best get on it!

Info: 

Smithsonian Channel And The Science Museum Present: 

Apollo’s Moon Shot :
Teeth Of The Sea Live Score
 


21.06.19 

Tickets: Science Museum 

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Talk Sport interviews Steve Davis about Utopia Strong


Talk Sport called up Steve Davis and discussed his new music project The Utopia Strong, the new band he is in with the great Micheal J York and Kavus Torabi.

Listen back here (about 30min in): Talk Sport

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Birthday Cake for Breakfast interviews Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs


They say:

It’s apt that on their second album, Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs – the riff-hungry, ear-piercingly-loud Newcastle based doom outfit – recorded in the presence of actual pigs. Wild boar in fact, that – along with deer – surrounded the converted farmhouse in the Italian countryside where the band spent a week writing, recording and living in fear of being eaten alive by boars.

“Totally spooked Chris…” Chuckles Matt Baty, vocalist and synth player in the five-strong Pigs’, recounting the brush with death experienced by bassist John-Michael Hedley and drummer Chris Morley. “Chris was stood outside, smoking, and he comes charging through – I think he locked Johnny outside in panic. Ran in – ‘There’s a bear, there’s a bear outside!’ Johnny was banging on the door to try and get in…”

Baty tells me this with a laugh from the safety and comfort of the backstage area at BBC Radio 6 Music Festival, many miles away from muddy fields and ‘bears’ on the loose. Whilst outside in the hallway Aussie artist Julia Jacklin peruses the fruit bowl and hip-hop royalty Chali 2na helps himself to a complimentary coffee, we’re sat inside a curtained off area as Baty tells me all about their Italian break putting together ‘King of Cowards’.


“…It’s quite cliché saying we went away, that’s where we wrote our album…” He says. “The Italy thing, we had a few dates get cancelled on a European tour, so we had like a four or five day gap. So it was either cancel the whole tour, which would’ve been a shame, or find something else to do. So that was our something else to do and it was really beneficial.”...

Read the rest here: Birthday Cake for Breakfast

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13 Jun 2019

The Quietus Say some words about Teeth of the Sea's up-and-coming Science Museum show


They say:

Teeth Of The Sea To Perform Soundtrack 
The band will present a live soundtrack for an abridged cut of the upcoming documentary series Apollo's Moon Shot

The London Science Museum will preview Smithsonian Channel UK’s new six-part documentary series Apollo’s Moon Shot later this month, with the score set to be performed live by tQ favourites Teeth of the Sea.

The screening will be an abridged feature-length cut of the series and will be introduced by famed American aviator and NASA Mercury 13 astronaut trainee Mary Wallace ‘Wally’ Funk. The event is a part of the museum’s Summer of Space program, celebrating the history of human space exploration and looking into the future of space travel.


The series, premiering June 17, traces the journey of America’s first manned orbit to the last man on the moon. It will air weekly throughout June and July. The event featuring Teeth of the Sea will take place on June 21 at the museum’s IMAX Cinema.

See the rest here: The Quietus

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The Mirror say some words about The UtopIa Strong


They say:

Snooker ace Steve Davis gets Glastonbury spot and album release with The Utopia Strong

His DJ career has since gone from strength to strength and now the charts beckon with the release of his debut album in September

Steve Davis is releasing his first ever album after forming a new musical outfit, called The Utopia Strong. 

He swapped the snooker table for turntables… and Steve Davis is now hoping for a Big Break in the charts.

The legend is releasing his first album in September after forming musical outfit The Utopia Strong.

He has already secured a spot at Glastonbury in a few weeks and music website The Quietus has described first single Brainsurgeons 3 as a “storming debut”.

Not bad at the age of 61.


Davis, who started out as a DJ by fronting a weekly show on local radio in 1996, seven years after his sixth world snooker title, formed the group with Kavus Torabi and Coil’s Michael J York...

Read the rest here: The Mirror

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Russian site Straw makes Gnoomes' MU! their Best album of Spring


The say:

"In the third minute I had to make the music louder so that this immersive effect would eat me up" Best album of spring

May 31 English label Rocket Recordings published record of the Permian group Gnoomes . I already called it the main recording of the spring, which deserves a separate discussion. Getting started. For now, I’ve given two reviews from the Western press about this album, and later we will talk with the guys about music, colleagues, how to share the stage with Wooden Shjips and the Western scene in general, Perm and life.

How do you find out about everything, if you do not tell.

Listen to me.

Gnoomes is a Russian band that plays a rollicking and perky psychedelic rock, created for live performance. And their new album MU ! , by their own admission, his task is to recreate the atmosphere of their concerts. Congratulations, they did an excellent job.


The opening track Utro is riddled with amazing electronic textures, the sound of the instruments is literally glued together, as if Kevin Shields came into their studio and decided to play them on the guitar, and at the same time screwed a couple pedalek. It is, indeed, unexpected to hear a curtsey from Gnoomes toward the early plane of the landscape....

Read the review here: Straw

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