| OH MY SLAVERING WOLVES OF OBLIVION...IT'S DAY THREE OF PANDAMONIUM 13!!!
Hold onto your flats, kids - fierce panda's mercilessly misspelt annual New Year-bustin' Pandamonium event is back for 2013. The plot remains as thigh-thumpingly simple as ever: to kick away the Christmas cobwebs by retoxing down the Bull & Gate between Tuesday January 8th and Friday January 11th in the company of Alcopop!, Two Tap, Disorder and, of course, a dozen or so fresh-faced alternative combos.
Advance tickets for all four shows are available right now for a chestnut roasting £4.00. Day Three out of four sees the fearsomely in-the-know online PR kittens from Two Tap Digital step up to the Pandamonium plate with a three-line whipcracker of a blog-tastic bill, like this¨∂
Pandamonium '13 Day Three
Thursday January 10th: TWO TAP DIGITAL PR presents:
CRUSHED BEAKS + TORCHES + IDES
London Kentish Town Bull & Gate
389 Kentish Town Road, NW5 2TJ (0208 826 5000)
tickets £4.00 advance from
(onstage 10.00pm) are two south-east Londoners, Poile and Morris, who bonded over their shared love of horror, running the bloody gamut from classic Argento to the obscure end of Italian slashers. Meeting creatively over a rough set of demos Poile had written in his shed, CB became a roughshod DIY force that embodied their heroes cinematic ethics. Better still, they became shining lights on the blogosphere firmament with the likes of Horror Shorts being excellently described by Noisey as ?žthe best kind of warm and gooey grunge¨ý. Dive on in¨∂
(onstage 9.15pm) are a London-based combo whove been ruffling the blackened feather boas of the East End over the past year with a blend of electronic-orientated rhythms and lavishly doomed vocals uniting behind an aggressive and atmospheric sound. A supremely well-named band, then.
(onstage 8.30pm) is the solo project of Joanna Gruesome singer Alanna McArdle. Long of leg and louche of demeanour, hers is a murky musical world of brittle chords, bittersweet words and the odd ravishingly profane outburst. Dots & Dashes has already correctly described her sound as being ?žinviting, yet inherently petrifying.¨ý