The Grafham Water Sailing Club + Sunshine Frisbee Laserbeam + Batsch & Kapow DJs
Friday 07 November 2014 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
£5 adv / £3 NUS
“In a saturated market it’s difficult to find demos better than your average Joe’s bedroom lo-fi crackle. ‘The Butcher of Barcelona’ is an ode to late 1970s post-punk gothic rock, but not a carbon copy – that would be offensive to The Grafham Water Sailing Club. While bearing elements of a style similar to that of Ian Curtis and co. is only a compliment of the highest order, this demo is a dark adventure into the mind of four lads from Coventry with a unique touch. Keep your eyes wide open for this lot.” – Counteract Magazine
“Ankara parades their eerie characteristics perfectly, the shadow-y, psychedelic-tronic contemporary beats pulsate the listener in to a greater surround sound that leaves you hungry for more; you’re well and truly sucked in to the revival of dark 80s new wave” – Artrocker
Pete Dixon, Andy Bullock, Ralph Morton and David Pendril Bentall make up the aptly named Sunshine Frisbee Laserbeam, whose stripped-down setup enables them to bash out driving, gloriously widescreen alt-pop anthems at an alarming rate. With tracks evoking the best eras of Sebadoh and Trail of Dead sivved through a modern, post-dreampop colander, SFL make you realise just how bad a job all of these NME-championed, early-90s revivalists are doing.
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