Power Lunches Arts Cafe
446 Kingsland Road
Hackney, E8 4AE
Tel: 0207 998 1997
Punk swag with rock & roll guitar strings weaved through a solid, skank-worthy drumbeat, blasted through your ears with a drone of non-beauty from the frontman.
Falsettos mixed with catchy riffs, driving bass lines and whirling guitar leads.
Another fucking noisey two piece.
"The seasoned musicians look on in bewilderment; this is messy, bonkers and more than a little bit thrilling!"
KEROLEEN records presents
2 bonnie lads making your new favourite din
3 dorks with impeccable personal hygiene
4 cats exuding enviable nonchalance
3 cunts who should know better
Jake and Nicola will also be 'DJing' i.e. playing music off of a phone through speakers that are better than that of a phone.
£3 IN - 7PM DOORS - FIRST BAND AT 8PM - 12AM GTFO
Terminal Gods and Cold in Berlin double headline show
+ Support from Bête Noire.
+ A New Dusk after party w/ Post Punk, Minimal, and Cold Wave DJs Matthew Coulam and Lucretia Guessit.
Friday 18 April · 9pm · £5 adv / £7 otd
Power Lunches Arts Cafe · Hackney · E8 4AE
DIY label / 2nd hand RECORD FAIR
coincidentally on the day that lots of people get up silly
early to stand in queue for overpriced records, we bring
a fun afternoon of second hand records, DIY labels, possibly drinking some beers in the sun if you're lucky etc etc
more details/space/price tbc (trying to sort out some tables to maximise space downstairs) but if you'd like to register interest in selling off some of your old scratched records send a message or an email over to coletterosa at riseup.net
close to home presents
fuzzy punk rock from Cambridge
shoegaze / alternative from Leeds.
dreamy, reverb-laden grunge from Birmingham
THE NEW TUSK
lo-fi punk from Kingston / Brighton.
APRIL 19th at POWER LUNCHES in London. 446 Kingsland Road, Hackney, E8 4AE
Slightly early start of 6:30pm, due to the curfew of 10pm. Make sure you get down early.
Adv. tickets are £6 and come with a copy of the Walleater 7" waiting for you upon entry (or exit if you don't wanna carry it about all evening). Your name will go on to a list which will be on the door. You can also chance it and pay £4 on the door, though you'll also have to buy the Walleater record separately.
Adam & Elvis
We're very excited to finally get our E.P 'Slow Men Drive Fast Cars' out there.
It's released on 16th April and to celebrate we're playing
a show @ Power Lunches in Hackney.
We have great support from Council, La Trappistine and another unconfirmed act, some performance poetry and DJS spinning top choons after the bands are done.
It's on bank holiday Sunday 20th April, so Sunday messiness with none of the Monday blues.
More details to follow on this page.
Clean ya boots and get down for some classy boogie woogie!
KMG live presents
IAN SIEGAL (SOLO)
+ TREVOR MOSS AND HANNAH LOU
Power Lunches, 446 Kingsland Road, London E8 4AE
Tuesday April 22nd 2014. 8pm-Late. £14.00
Ian Siegal: Though he is best known as a bluesman and variously described as a legend and a national treasure, a typical Siegal solo show is much more than blues, taking in the American folklore of songwriters such Guy Clarke and Townes Van Zandt, and his own genre-defying songs. What binds together this varied repertoire is Siegal's fabulous voice and command of the guitar.
Siegal is known as a bluesman, but it's just one shade in the palette of an artist who slips between continents, eras and expectations. They say you can't sing the blues until you've lived the life, and when Ian Siegal steps up to the mic, you can hear the slings and arrows. Recent years have seen the songwriter catch fire, with British Blues Awards raining down and consecutive nominations in 2012 & 2013 for Contemporary Album of The Year in the Blues Music Awards - in effect, the Grammys of the Blues. https://soundcloud.com/iansiegal
"One of the most innovative, gifted and engaging blues performers on the planet today." Mojo
"A national treasure." Classic Rock
Trevor Moss &
Hannah-Louare a husband-and-wife
team of song-writers and musicians.In 2008 they
established a folk club in London, The Lantern Society, which in
2009 also became the home of Lantern Society Radio Hour. Hosted by
Trevor Moss, this bimonthly show features live performances,
interviews with the artists, and first glimpses of brand new music
by The Lantern Players.
They decided to become a duo after having released the album Indigo Moss with their band of the same name in 2007. Three singles were released from it, gaining the song-writing partnership much national radio play. Consecutive singles achieved record of the week status on BBC Radio 2's Radcliffe and Maconie, and Phil Jupitus shows.https://soundcloud.com/trevormossandhannahlou
"Music to fall in love with" GOD IS IN THE TV
"The real thing....sounds like the harvest itself coming in to bloom". AMERICANA UK
"An extraordinary technical and musical achievement, particularly given popular trend" NME
"Beautiful, gentle harmonies and intricate musical structure remind of the magical tones of Nick Drake" ARTROCKER
For more info contact and guest list requests: firstname.lastname@example.org
Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/457839900983227
Avenging Force - Rare appearance in London from Albini-produced power trio, unmissable live! (The Avenging Force/Sea Records York)
Funsize Lions - Top electro/art pop band, on the receiving end of kudos from Peel and Ladytron. (But Is It Art? Sweden)
SWEETHEART ep launch
HUMAN HANDS (Stratford-Upon-Avon/Iceland) - http://humanhands.bandcamp.com/
Crushingly bleak 90s emo with all kinds of Indian Summer/I Hate Myself vibes running through.
CARSON WELLS (Aberdeen, UK) - http://carsonwells.bandcamp.com/
Twisting and mesmerising post-hardcore trio from Aberdeen, playing a rare London show. Brings to mind the likes of Kolya and Sinaloa.
SOLEMN LEAGUE (Berlin, Germany) - http://solemnleague.bandcamp.com/
Frantic German post-punk/emo, with a hint of revolution summer vibes for good measure. Older stuff sounds fairly reminiscent of The Van Pelt, new stuff sounds a bit like Wipers.
COUSIN (Brighton, UK) - http://cousintheband.bandcamp.com/
Groovy instrumental post-hardcore which conjures up the likes of Polvo/Enablers.
KIN SHOT (London, UK)
Members and ex-members of Sky:Lark, Bird Calls and Man Hands (among others).
Friday 25 April 2014
Power Lunches, E8 4AE
WE WILD BLOOD: Loud, heavy, beautiful songs crafted from 2 vocals, a possessed acoustic guitar and violent drums. Wild indeed - Simon and Garfunkel this is not!
MOKSHA MEDICINE: "London five-piece named after Aldous Huxley's writings on psychedelic visionary experiences… Think Grace Slick fronting the Juju era Banshees..." - DIS
SLABS: Clunky repetitive heavy slabs of tripped out sounds from various devices known as synthesisers. They do not play synth pop.
"...lunatic whale song meets the sound of your grandmother's final heart beat making its way through her fragile veins." - John Hass
DR. PORTS: A guest DJ slot packed with rarities and oddities, spun through the third eye of a cosmic needle.
COP tape launch
As part of ODDBOX Weekender 2014 --
The Manhattan Love Suicides
Dressed in black, and back. Again. The best band of the noughties return nearly 5 years after they came to an end. New song '(Never Stop) Hating You' shows they've lost none of their menace.
Making noise, making heat. Their 'Pure // Apart' EP on Odd Box is something of a gem and live the band offer out and out attack with nods to Dinosaur Jr and early Ride. They stole my heart, let them steal yours.
Poppunk! Punk! Pop! Sock! Puppets! Coming over from Denmark we absolutely chuffed to have the Sock Puppets back playing the Odd Box Weekender.
The Wendy Darlings
Over from France and kicking off their tour for their brand new album 'The Insufferable Fatigues of Idleness' (Odd Box).
The Sweet Nothings
Led by Pete Green (he released a single on the proto odd box label, Lost Music, way back when). The Sweet Nothings shimmer with sparkly nuggets of indiepop. Fiercely pop. Fiercely socialist.
Early Bird Tickets on sale now:
Weekender (Fri/Sat/Sun) Passes:
̶E̶̶a̶̶r̶̶l̶̶y̶ ̶B̶̶i̶̶r̶̶d̶ ̶W̶̶e̶̶e̶̶k̶̶e̶̶n̶̶d̶̶e̶̶r̶ ̶F̶̶r̶̶i̶̶S̶̶a̶̶t̶̶S̶̶u̶̶n̶ ̶p̶̶a̶̶s̶̶s̶ ̶£2̶̶0̶ -SOLD OUT
Regular Weekender (Fri/Sat/Sun) pass £27.50
Early Bird Saturday/Sunday pass £16
Regular Saturday/Sunday pass £20
Friday will be open to Weekender pass holders only.
Saturday Day Tickets £12
Sunday Tickets £9.50
Electric Therapy is a monthly meeting in east London about modular synths and everything cool related with synths in general.
Players, performers, manufacturers and everyone who has never seen a modular before are welcome.
Bring your synth and share your favourite patches and modules as well as trying out other modules.
Area to setup and show synths upstairs and electric jam sessions downstairs. Please bring some headphones or a small speaker with your synth.
Electric Dog Show
A new audio/visual night in association with Soft Bodies Records, featuring live music & projections. Expect the unusual.
Howlround - http://howlround.co.uk