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Monday 20th May EIGHTS 'N ACES + more (please note, previously advertised appearance by NISMAN TRIO is no longer happening as their UK tour has been cancelled) £5
Eights N' Aces formed in 2008, and quickly established themselves as one of the most exciting live bands on the London scene. After a series of line up changes, member hospitalisations and various various disasters on an almost comical scale, Eights N' Aces have risen from the flames and are ready to take the world by storm. With their own brand of hard hitting, riff based rock n roll, Eights are an answer to the prayers of those who crave a return to a time when bands rocked, live shows were worth attending and music had some fuckin' passion!
Tuesday 21st May IKIL ORIION + THE DASH + PAUL JOSEPHS from THE METROSONICS + JD SMITH £6
International emerging star IKIL ORIION is bringing his unique mix of rock, post-punk, electro, & next wave to London when he performs a string of highly anticipated exclusive London Live! performances. IKIL's music has been described by the media as "a post-punk rock & roller coaster ride with hints of electro & new wave..the next wave!" and "salacious garage punk with the tightness of Grade A classic rock".
His live shows are an explosion of fierce attitude, fiery energy, rebellion and sheer raw talent. The lead single/video "For Better `R` Worse" is vastly approaching 145K hits and becoming a You Tube sensation. The video was shot at an undisclosed location and directed by Paul Worgul of Deft & West productions who in the past have worked with MTV, Nickelodeon and various other major corporate brands.
John 'Norwood' Fisher Of Fishbone & Red Hot Chilli Peppers produced IKIL ORIION`s genre defying debut album 'Paranoise Void' which was mixed by Multi -Platinum Grammy winning team Sylvia Massy & Rich Veltrop. The All-star band on the record consists of Ivan Neville (Rolling Stones, The Spin Doctors), Rocky George (Suicidal Tendancies/Cro-Mags), Don Letts (Big Audio Dynamite, P.I.L), Leon Mobley (Madonna, Stevie Wonder, Tom Morello), Greg Bell (Fishbone) and the Fishbone original drummer/founding member Phillip 'Fish' Fisher.
'Paranoise Void' was nominated 2012 Album of the Year by Uber Rock Magazine and the debut single 'For Better 'R' Worse' has received major radio play on UK stations such as Absolute Radio, XFM and BBC Radio 2. IKIL is working on his follow album 'EON X19' with Gordon Raphael (The Strokes), Chris Brown (Muse, Radiohead) and Mike Wallis (U2, The Smiths, Talking Heads). With influences as wide ranging as Iggy Pop, The Cure, Depeche Mode and The Clash it's easy to see why IKIL ORIION is a rising star to watch!
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Paul Josephs grew up on the west side of uptown Manhattan when it was filled with artists, hustlers, jazz musicians and middle-class people of many different ethnic backgrounds. He began his professional music career at 16 leading his own blues band, opening up for shows at the legendary New York Improv. Through his guitar playing and songwriting, he found an outlet to express the combination of tumult, tenderness and the experience of a wild New York that's his palette for his songwriting. "I see music as medicine with the intention of serving the greater spirit of music and soul," says Josephs. "It's sonic chemistry, a way for me to cut through all of the city's noise, tension, suffering and success. Music is a connection to a place of pure vibration and sound, like being in the womb or in remote, silent places in the natural world. I take the incessant motion of the city and the untamed stillness of nature and let it all resonate with my personal experience. That's my alchemy for universal communication."
Strong World, released through his own label Grey Wing Records as Paul Josephs and MetroSonics, has gotten great response from CMJ reporting radio stations nationwide. Strong World has 13 tracks that speak fittingly to Josephs' eco-urban vision with a range of diverse sounds that ultimately come together with a clear message. Twelve of the songs are originals; and one is a unique cover of Cindy Lauper's chestnut "Time After Time."
Josephs is active in a spectrum of musical activity and collaborations. In 2012 he had the honor of traveling to South Africa to play at the Cape Town International Jazz Festival as a guitarist and singer alongside Pharoahe Monch and Jean Grae. This past March he toured throughout Russia and Ukraine. Next, he heads out for a tour of solo concerts in Europe in late May.
Chris Smith from New York Magazine says: "Soulful and smart music, bouncing along on bluesy guitar and a rock/reggae beat, Strong World would be at home in any record collection that stretches from Santana to the Clash to Arcade Fire. Paul Josephs and MetroSonics pack a small world into each tune."
"Psychedelic blue-eyed soul that rocks." - Tony Maimone (bassist/producer/engineer with Bob Mould, They Might Be Giants, and Ani DiFranco)
Paul Josephs and MetroSonics are on the road with purpose and leaving a trail of raised spirits in their wake.
Visit: www.metrosonicsmusic.com to hear Strong World, see tour dates, and view videos.
Wednesday 22nd May ROMY MAYES + AFFA DAVID + ANDY FLANNAGAN + late set MY BUDDY MOOSE £6
If Keith Richards, Joan Jett and Ray Charles could somehow spawn a love child, it'd be Romi Mayes (suitably pronounced RAW-ME). Hailing from Winnipeg, Canada, and renowned as one of the hardest working independent musicians touring the globe today, Mayes has chipped away at the rock and roll stone over the past couple of decades, and now, this Juno nominated, five time WCMA award winner, has done it again.
Recently winning her third Songwriter of The Year award at The Western Canadian Music Awards, Mayes' latest and fifth full length album, 'Lucky Tonight' stamps one more victory in this bad ass guitar playin lady's discography. Featuring guitar demon Jay Nowicki of the well known rockin blues band 'The Perpetrators', Mayes chose to record a rare electric duo album. Not unique enough for ya? Inspired by what another Winnipeg raised artist, Neil Young, did with his 1973 release 'Time Fades Away', Mayes and Nowicki recorded an album of all unreleased and unrecorded brand new songs live and in one take at a sold out concert in Winnipeg in the middle of winter.
All brand new tunes.
And in one take.
"Romi and Jay are an absolute force of an electric blues duo. The end result is an album that's carefully balanced between grinding, grooving roadhouse rhythms, heartfelt guitar solos, and Romi's aching, yearning voice and lyrics," says Uptown Magazine's John Kendle.
This kind of risk exemplifies Mayes in all she does and goes in tow with her ballsy, heart on her sleeve and straight shootin attitude. With song titles like "Don't Mess With Me", "Can't Get You Off (My Mind)", and title track "Lucky Tonight" her raw, edgy songs take no prisoners and tell it like it is. Not at all a one speed driver, Romi Mayes can also gear down the big rig and hypnotize you with honest sultry, sweet and sexy tunes that have schooled young men and made grown men cry.
She has shared the stage and toured with greats such as Derek Trucks, Levon Helm, Ricky Skaggs, Guy Clark, Billy Joe Shaver, Jim Cuddy, Tom Russell, Martha Wainwright, Gurf Morlix, Sam Baker, Hayes Carll, Todd Snider, Jimmy LaFave, Ray Wylie Hubbard, Slaid Cleaves, The Flatlanders, Sue Foley, Dale Watson, Fred Eaglesmith, Corb Lund, Blackie and The Rodeo Kings and many more.
Romi Mayes is a force to be reckoned with that will be a household name for years to come. She is only getting better with each album and one thing you can bet on is this hard core prairie gal has no plans to burn out or fade away.
Affa David is a 4 pieces bluesy/folk band - (Jay Fraser - vox/guitar/slide/stomp, Tobias Panton - vox/lead guitar, Robin Joel Sangster - vox/guitar/washboard, Gennaro Serra - percussion/guitar). Sometimes trippy, sometimes grungy, always great, their live performance is a must see as much as their music is a must listen to. Often supported by 3 layers of gentle harmonies, catchy melodies, poetical lyrics, acoustic guitars and all kind of groovy percussion, this band is here to stay ! Their ep, "I Will Not Drink Where You Bled" continues the alt-country vibes of Jay's solo stuff.
Andy Flannagan is a London-based, Irish singer-songwriter who was previously a hospital doctor but whose proudest moment as an Irishman was captaining England's Barmy Army during the Ashes in Australia. His campaigning songwriting dragged him into the political arena, so he can often be found annoying MPs around Parliament.
He is first and foremost a story-teller, weaving hope and pain into songs that soar with beautiful, poignant melodies that betray his Irish roots. His battered Lowden guitar tells the story of fifteen years of acoustic minstrelling - at times mellow, but at times raging against all the things that break a broken world.
The combination of Flannagan's rhythmic guitar style and the beautifully languid cello of Lucy Payne draws inevitable comparisons with Damien Rice. A "housewives' favourite" and a "thinking man's Ronan Keating" are labels that he can't fully dodge! Flannagan's edge certainly isn't in his image, but in his poetic lyrics, which unashamedly peel back layers to leave the listener's emotions very near the surface. He has been compared to Roddy Frame, Jackson Browne and "The Script" (if they were just one person with an acoustic guitar). He is less ginger than Ed Sheeran but certainly more Irish.
His new album "Drowning in the Shallow" features Andy's trademark organic sound taken to another level by Grammy-award winning producer Alan Branch (Jeff Beck, Cat Stevens, Sinead O'Connor).
There is a passion for global justice in Andy's songs that is reflected in their earthy lyrical content. Many of them have been used by NGOs such as Tearfund, Christian Aid, Stop the Traffik, Stop Climate Chaos, and Make Poverty History. Through his work with these agencies Andy has had the privilege of travelling to some of the toughest parts of the world. Having visited Sweatshops in Bangladesh, he and his songs were part of the 'Lift the Label' campaign that forced retailers to sign up to the Ethical Trading Initiative. Three songs on his new album were inspired by trips to India, Egypt and Uganda respectively. He fervently believes that the lobbying of the twenty-first century will be lobbying of the heart as much as lobbying of the mind, and that music can do a thousand things that worlds alone can not.
Imagine a glinting-eyed Irishman sitting in the corner of a pub, strumming his acoustic tunes. Melodic, thought-provoking, heart-wrenching, and entertaining.
My Buddy Moose, a four member band from Rijeka, in Croatia, assembled in September 2004 in their present form, had recorded its first material in 2001. Luka Bencic, author and guitar player and Matko Botic, guitar and mandolin player, recorded 3 originals and a cover (Hank Williams' The Ramblin' Man) in an improvised studio in the autumn of 2001. The Ramblin' Man cover features a guest appearance by Istvan Sirola, the bass player who was at the time playing in the renown garage-rock band from Rijeka, The Stoned Cows, together with Luka Bencic , Jasmin Ðecevic on drums, and Zlatko Gostic, lead singer and guitar player. The idea of serious work on Bencic' songs had been considered until the summer of 2004 when Ðecevic and Sirola join Bencic and Botic to form the final and complete line up. Different pop music genres, ranging from rock'n'roll and punk to soul and country, influenced their music.
Searching for their mode of expression in the realm of what Gram Parsons named cosmic American music they have been drawing their inspiration from the sensibility of Gram Parsons, Steve Earle and Townes Van Zandt as well as from the garage energy of The Sonics and The Stooges. Having recorded their second demo by the end of 2004, My Buddy Moose have been promoting their music on tour. During the following two years they played in Rijeka, Labin, Split, Dubrovnik, St. Stefan near Graz and Zagreb, where they played 5 times in various clubs during 2005 alone. Their energetic live gigs spark considerable interest among the audience who have seen them sharing the stage with bends that share their sensibility like Zagreb's Casual Elvis but also with big names like Steve Wynn, The Saints and The Strange. In 2005, Dalibor Pavicic, The Strange and The Bambi Molesters guitar player gets the demo tapes and he generously offers help with recording the album.
Very soon the band, supported by Pavicic as the producer, gets in the studio to record an album consisting of originals only. Soon after they had published their first album, the band performed at the first Inmusic festival with the likes of Franz Ferdinand. The following year, they made a remarkable collaboration with the cult figure of American music - Howe Gelb (Giant Sand). After numerous concerts across Croatia, in the summer of 2008, My Buddy Moose started to prepare their second album. This time the support came from producer Edi Cukeric, known for his work with Gustafi, Hladno pivo, and other eminent names of the Croatian rock scene. The second album was recorded in Pula, and it features the greats of root American music: Chris Eckman, the frontman of Walkabouts, and the previously mentioned Howe Gelb
Thursday 23rd May NED COLLETTE & WIREWALKER + MATHEW SAWYER + PETE ASTOR £6
Ned Collette & Wirewalker - Ned Collette moved to Berlin from his native Melbourne two years ago. A well-known and respected singer-songwriter in his own country and in underground circles worldwide, he has played shows in Europe with the likes of Joanna Newsom, Akron/Family, Bill Callahan and Nina Nastasia. His early musical output was based mostly in experimental music, before he gravitated towards more traditional song structures.
His new album '2' (his fourth album but his first outside of Australia) will be released in August. It is essentially a duo collaboration with Wirewalker drummer Joe Talia. '2' is a mix of experimental pop song writing, dark folky soundscapes and Talia's work in musique concrete. Their duo shows are performed with voice, nylon string guitar, drums, samples and tape manipulation. While comparisons have been made to everything from Leonard Cohen to Ghostface Killah, Collette remains tricky to define but instantly identifiable.
While this is the second Wirewalker record, the title '2' also refers to the fact that the album is essentially a collaboration between Collette and Joe Talia, with regular Wirewalker member Ben Bourke taking time off to be with his young family in Melbourne. Talia came over from Melbourne to spend six weeks in Berlin between May and June 2011 to work on their recordings. Collette then went to Melbourne in October 2011 to finalise the mixes of nine songs.
Collette plays mostly Spanish guitar on '2' and is joined by various guest vocalists including Gemma Ray (UK), Australians Laura Jean and Biddy Connor, Mirjam Smejkal (Germany) and Sascha Gersak (Germany). Both Smejkal and Gersak feature in the forthcoming film clip for album track "Long You Lie", directed by Berlin-based filmmakers Lucy Dyson and Joseph Jensen.
Since relocating to Berlin, Collette has toured throughout Germany, France, Italy, Austria, Switzerland, Belgium and the UK and has shared stages with the likes of Kurt Vile (USA), Damien Jurado (USA), Camera Obscura (UK) and Tu Fawning (USA). Collette has also cultivated a large and enthusiastic audience for his fortnightly shows at Berlin club Valentin Stueberl.
Mathew Sawyer - "Yeah. I love this record" - Everett True on Mathew Sawyer and the Ghosts previous album 'Blue Birds Blood'
If you were to make maps of the human voice, Mathew Sawyer is someone you'd baulk at starting with. A vocal cartographer would have an easier ride with an X-Factor pop vocalist. The resultant sketch would be of somewhere abstract, featureless and dull. A moneybound R&B diva might lead to an Ordinance Survey Map of a smooth and well functioning future city with symmetrical civic parks and equidistant train stations. The growl of a death metal bellower would reveal itself in a landscape of Tolkienesque volcanoes, castles and dragons lairs.
The map of Mathew Sawyer's voice would defy all sense and reason. Only a master map maker would want to tackle such a strange object. Perhaps this city would be impossible to get round and feature magic hills that cars would roll up instead of down. Great tectonic rumbles would change the direction of streets on a daily basis. Nothing would be to scale. A tiny lizard from the zoo would escape to rampage down the main drag eating busses and lorries as it went.
The more dysfunctional a visiting alien might find someone's singing voice, the more soul, sensitivity and true emotion that some of us can detect. In the UK especially from Ian Curtis to Mark E. Smith to Billy Childish, we've rightly found rich seams of gold in the cracks in these vocals. Found beauty hiding behind the odd bum note and dignity within the strange phrasing.
Just because Sawyer's voice is odd, doesn't mean he falls back lazy with melodies. Originality squared is something infinite.
After the cult success of 'Blue Birds Blood' in 2008, Sawyer and his Ghosts are back again with eleven new songs and as he laments on 'The Revenge Of The Extra From Zulu': "I tore a map into two, to make a jigsaw for you/ it showed the way to my heart, you fucked the directions." But this is no indie-schmindie slab of tweecore.
The song 'Mynah Birds Call' is a cello heavy hymn with overtones of Ennio Morricone arranging for The Pastels.
'Diamonds' summons up the missing spirit of Lawrence from Felt to add vocals to something that is part herky-jerky new wave and part English folk.
And 'She, The Farrey Tree' with its pots and pans rhythm section and clanking backwards reel presents Sawyer as an English Tom Waits - albeit an English Tom Waits with an iron deficiency.
In the contours, peaks and troughs of 'How Snakes Eat' there is real, earthy beauty.
Give yourself up to the spectral charms of Mathew Sawyer and the Ghosts.
Friday 24th May NRWY + THE BIRTHDAY GIRLS + THE MIGHTY WAVES + more tbc £6
Their name may surprise some: The Birthday Girls consist of four guys from four different countries (Austria, Turkey, England, Germany) - and not a sweet girl in sight apart from fans in the audience.
The Zürich-based band combines their disparate cultural and musical backgrounds into a unique fusion of indie rock and indie pop, ranging from stomping rock anthems to more subtle ambient tunes.
Founded in 2010, the band has played more than 50 live shows by now. In 2012 The Birthday Girls found themselves taking the Swiss Rock Highway competition's 1st Prize and a few months later won a slot to play on stage at the prestigious Swiss Gurten Festival. In January 2013 they were invited by BBC Radio to the UK for a live session and interview on air.
Their debut album, released in Nov 2012, is entitled "Trust the Girls" after the band's slogan.
The Mighty Waves are a 70s funk collective, influenced by artsists like The Meters, Donny Hathaway and JJ Cale.
Saturday 25th May FIRE EXIT + DECADENT FEW + THE PHOBICS £6 London Callin presents
Sunday 26th May SJW BAND + ATARAXIS VIBRATION £5
Monday 27th May tbc
Tuesday 28th May STIV CANTARELLI & THE SILENT STRANGERS £6
In 1999 when Stiv Cantarelli was fronting Italian alt.country legends Satellite Inn, they were snapped by US label MoodFood as a likely replacement for their departing golden geese Whiskeytown. After years of Stateside touring, and not becoming the new Ryan Adams, Stiv returned to his homeland with a bunch of road tails and a heedful of fresh ideas. Following on from a solo album recorded with old friends Richmond Fontaine as his backing band, he reconvened with Satellite Inn's rhythm section of Antonio Perugini and Fabrizio Gramellini and The Silent Strangers were born.
Fusing wide-open Americana with front-porch Delta blues, delivered with the ferocity of punk, Cantarelli brings the influences of his eclectic tastes to bear on a live show that nods in equal parts towards Son House, Neil Young and The Who, not to mention similarly inclined blues-subverting Australian rock legends The Birthday Party and The Scientists. All delivered on an electrified 1934 thrift-store acoustic, backed by a locomotive rhythm section and a Stooges-style sax. Pick up the album Black Music / White Music for barely bolted-down living-room listening
Wednesday 29th May JASON McNIFF + SARAH GILLESPIE + GABRIEL MORENO £6
Thursday 30th May PAINTING ELEPHANTS + HANA PIRANHA + AUDIOWHORES + late set THE EASY PEELERS £6 Hieronymous Bisch Bosch presents
Friday 31st May CRASH 74 + STASH + THE PRISCILLAS + FIRE EYES £6 Juanita Moonshine Promotions present Bam-A-Lam
Bam-A-Lam returns to The 12 Bar Club on Fri 31st May with a rather stunning line up, including: Crash 74 (featuring founder member of Sparks Harley Fienstein and founder member of ReVillos Nicky Forbes), who will be playing a selection of their own hits plus other Glam/Garage/Beat classics. This will be their only European show!!!!
Crash 74 will be onstage at 10pm. Also on the bill is one of the very best London based Garage/Rock'n'Roll/Blues bands Stash! (onstage at 9.15pm) and the sublimely wonderful milkshake punk/pop legends, The Priscillas (onstage at 11pm). And opening the night are incredible Brighton based electro/blues band, Fire Eyes (8.30pm)!!!
Saturday 1st June STRENGTH FOR A REASON + LOOK MY WAY + NO SECOND CHANCE + CRIPPLER LBU (release show) + more tbc £6 Rucktion Records present
Sunday 2nd June open mic hosted by VINCE McCANN
Monday 3rd June tbc
Tuesday 4th June JEEP SOLID evokes The Two Red Shoes in the Kingdom Of Moray £5
What you are about to read is the testimony of a Soul Survivor.
It uses his wonderful, unique life story as a backdrop to an intriguing hypothesis. He will contend that Northern Soul did not originate from Manchester's Twisted Wheel or the Wigan Casino - as is the received wisdom. Rather that it was a much more northerly phenomenon, born in and around the Moray area of Scotland with EIgin's Two Red Shoes Ballroom at its epicentre.
It is important to understand that in the 1960's - due to the high cost and logistical difficulty of obtaining new music - a gig with a live band playing the latest songs was certainly an attractive and popular proposition. Straddled by the airbases of RNAS Lossiemouth and RAF Kinloss - mid-sixties Elgin was the main destination for visiting American airmen looking for a dance.
So in comparison with today's DJ's - 60's bands were responsible for delivering new music, sometimes for the first time, to an eager listening public. They changed the arrangement or interpreted a song to suit the mood of their dancers, and they became 'the selector' - choosing which songs were going to set the floor alight.
Noddy Mackenzie (aka Jeep Solid) was there, performing the music, an integral part of the thriving live band circuit of the time. Later he went on to record with White Trash - signed to the Beatles legendary Apple label - and lived the life of a genuine rock 'face', rubbing shoulders with many of the names of the day.
Along the way he gathered many outlandish tales - of parties at 11 Downing Street, sharing dubious substances with bona fide mega stars, and to being adorned with his trademark name by 'Sensational' Alex Harvey.
Then last year, in a retrospective moment, 60-something Jeep - diagnosed only a few years ago with autism - decided to make the record of his life - quite literally. Now he has put together an album recorded in his way, using his unique ear - an album which seeks to resurrect and reaffirm the sounds of his past.
He has a spectacular way with words - very intense, very particular, very playful, very him. As a live performer, he's a sensation, not relying on note-perfect renditions but on an intuitive live rapport with his following - every gig is different, an inimitable relationship between audience and artist.
But I'm not telling this story, Jeep is. In the only way he can - in his language, in his style:
This is the unstoppable - perpetual narrative!
The 'Vortex Back to Atlantis'
Wednesday 5th June THE FALLEN LEAVES + THIEVES AND KINGS + THE PHOBICS + CLASSE + THE LONE GROOVER £6 London Callin presents Minimum R & B
THE FALLEN LEAVES are continuing their monthly MINIMUM R&B Wednesday residency, building a new following in THE ROOKERY OF ST GILES
7.30 -The Lone Groover
8.15 - Classe
9.00 - The Phobics
10.00 -The Fallen Leaves - punk rock for gentlemen
"This valve amp, treble-to-the-max rave-up would have had the mid-'60s Who or Pretty Things bricking it backstage at the Embassy Club" Mark Paytress (Mojo)
"This sharp, angular, melodic garage-pop will doubtless appeal to the same authenticity-starved youngsters who have made Billy Childish their king" Stewart Lee (Sunday Times)
"a confrontational cacophony of clashing rock'n'roll destroyed and reassembled with strange and awkward angles. The same, but different." Plan B
11.00 - Thieves And Kings
Thursday 6th June ENGLISH SPORTING DEFEAT + THE DISRAELI GEARS + NATIVE ROSES £6
Friday 7th June TV SMITH + THE WITCHDOKTORS + POPE + LOUISE DISTRAS + DIRT ROYAL £6
Saturday 8th June tbc
Sunday 9th June SUBSET + more tbc
Monday 10th June NICK AFRICANO £5
Tuesday 11th June PIG IRON £6
Wednesday 12th June EDGY £6
Thursday 13th June JOHN BUTLER (Diesel Park West) £6
Friday 14th June acts tbc £6 Enterprise presents
Saturday 15th June tbc
Sunday 16th June SHOOT THE IMAGE £5
Tuesday 18th June THE FLYNN BROTHERS £6
Wednesday 19th June An Evening With RAGGY FARMER £6
Saturday 29th June more tbc London Callin
Saturday 6th July more tbc Ruction Records
Friday 12th July more tbc Bonnie & Clyde
Saturday 13th July more tbc London Callin
Saturday 20th July more tbc London Callin
Saturday 27th July AUNTIE PUS + more tbc London Callin