Some more acts have been announced for the Scaledown gig on 25 January at the King & Queen. Here are the details:
Mark Braby, Andy Coules and Dan Whaley present the latest in an ongoing series of genuinely alternative after-office live entertainments.
Admission is free to members (show your membership card) otherwise sign in for membership. Donations, to the performers, will be sought.
Featuring live performances from (in no particular order):
Hong Kong In The 60s – Taking their cue from old Oriental pop, classic AM radio and the baroque melancholy of groups like Blonde Redhead and Broadcast. The band play hypnotic lullabies through a filter of cheap keyboards and guitars.
John Ellis – Founder member of classic punk band The Vibrators and ex-Strangler, Mr Ellis will be playing at Scaledown his superb electro soundtrack pieces using a looping pedal, ebow, and laptop.
dogs&stuff – Back in July of 2006 dogs&stuff first played at Scaledown, now they’re back to delight us with their quirky, left-handed tales of the world’s lesser known bi-beasts, dirty earthy colours, shiny things and plantlife.
+ more to be confirmed
Sounds like a good night.