Saturday, 14 May 2011

Damnably All Dayer

Our friend George over at Damnably is putting on an awesome all dayer at the Brixton Windmill on Sunday 3rd July. We've been fortunate enough to be asked to DJ on the day (expect lots of riffs) and choose a band to add to the bill. Naturally we went with Crushing Blows, a brilliant band from the Midlands who never fail to impress us. All the info is below and I think I should point out that there's a FREE BBQ.

Damnably w/ Default This & The Brixton Windmill Present 'GOODFEST'

This is a 2 Stage, 14 act ALLDAYER with FREE BBQ + Super DJ's
Sunday July 3rd
£6 Advance:
from Wegottickets


smallgang - smallgang are a London based quartet-one of the best live bands in the UK.
As heard on BBC 6music - Gideon Coe, Lauren Laverne, Tom Robinson and XFM - X-Posure with John Kennedy
4 Stars god Is in the TV
The Line Of Best Fit: “Great record”
Time Out: “Stylish art rockers “

Monster island - Manchester's hottest band- Angular Pavementy/Fallesque Post-Punk with acutely cutting lyrics and mad music.

East London/East Seoul Trio:
post punk, alt folk, slowcore and pop combined.
The Line Of Best Fit "a gentleman blessed with an imposing baritone halfway between Bill Callahan and Absentee"

Crushing Blows - Derby's Poppy Flaming Lips style dreamrock

Head Of Programmes - Plymouth's Alt-Country rockers celebrate their 3rd album of Smoggy, Sun Kill Moony beauty. They've also gigged with J Mascis and Mount Eerie too!

Bastard Sword - Spooky East London Electro- FutureSpacePOP
More TBA



Your New Friend
Named after an obscure Smog song, this new acoustic duo features ultra baritone voiced Simon Kobayashi from smallgang, with Sun Kil Moon-esque guitar workouts from Alex Carter (Armchair Songs). They play incredibly pretty songs with a rare level of skill and complexity.

Teta Mona - X Screaming Tea Party Drummer, Now Bassist in Catcher Nine
and Italy's answer to Cat Power

Michael L Clamp (Lazarus Clamp)
- rare solo show from Birmingham based Lazarus Clamp front-man who has been a leading light in the UK's post punk, alt folk, quirky pop scene for almost 2 decades and 5 albums.

Benjamin Shaw - Cartonist & Anti-Folk cross between George Formby and Jeffrey Lewis

Toshi - X-Mordros, Edgey Heathrob guitar-slinger who sings about Robots and covers 'Electric Dreams'

Russell & The Wolf Choir - Lovelorn Romford based Poet-inbetween Jason Molina, Geoff Farina and Michael J FOX

Richie Philips
-Melodic sombre songwriting with a hint of Velvets/Jesus and mary chain

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