Posts Tagged ‘The MAcbeth’

Alchemy/Alcohol/Alka Seltza

February 22, 2010

Hello again. We’ve just had the tracks from the next E.P returned from mastering. They’re really sounding great. It’s going to be called ‘Alchemy’ and the tracklisting will be:

1.Boomerang Boy
2. Meet You On The Other Side Of The World
3. Sun Coming Up
4. Bad News

Been adding a few more shows to the calendar and things are looking pretty busy for the next couple of months. Here are all the gigs we have coming up in the near future, would be great to see you at them!

26 Feb 2010 20:00
Jack Came Here to Party – DJ set Islington, London

27 Feb 2010 20:00
Bar Mondo Dartford, Kent

2 Mar 2010 20:00
Lavender Trust Benefit – Last Days of Decadence Shoreditch, London

4 Mar 2010 20:00
229 Great Portland St Marylebone, London

5 Mar 2010 20:00
BBC Radio Kent 2nd Birthday Party @ Quarterhouse Folkestone, Kent

9 Mar 2010 20:00
Tom Williams Single Launch @ Old Blue Last Shorditch, London

12 Mar 2010 22:00
White Hart Corby, Northamptonshire

19 Mar 2010 20:00
Studio Theatre, Roundhouse Camden, London

10 Apr 2010 20:00
The Game @ Scala Kings Cross, London

20 Apr 2010 20:00
The Gaff Holloway Rd, London

21 Apr 2010 20:00
Barhouse Chelmsford, Essex

24 Apr 2010 20:00
The Hope Brighton

13 May 2010 20:00
Bloody Awful Poetry Club Camden, London

Had a really fun night out at Ronnkie pop at the Flowerpot in Camden the other night. It was absolutely packed in there as it so often is. The Supernovas played a great set, as did the Is Tropical boys who were Djing afterwards. Ended up in the Macbeth with them at some kind of lock-in. Then woke up in Brockley with a headache and holes in my clothes.

Adios amigos

Let’s Consult My Beard

August 21, 2009


After a couple of weeks of frequent gigging, it’s time for another update. Last night we played in alfie’s old stomping ground, twickenham (The Red Lion a.k.a Filthy Mcnasties) and although the journey home was it was worth it. Our show went without a hitch save for a dodgy 9volt battery (the tongue tinglers as i like to call them) and the impenetrable spiderwebfortress of guitar leads that restricted movement somewhat. There were some excellent characters there too, including a man called ken (We’d been told about him earlier; he’s somewhat a local celebrity) with a fantastic beard who danced gazelle-graceful throughout our set.

Rum Shebeen played just before us and were on top form, with Dave Ashby neglecting his guitar in favour of a rainstick and some splendid dance moves (i think i might even have seen a moonwalk).

Earlier in the week we played The Macbeth with Babe Shadow, a band we also played with in Stoke Newington last week, and just get better and better everytime we see them. Some really haunting melodies,  and stunning outside-the-box guitar work.

On the business side of things, 360 have just finished drawing up the final draft of the contract, and all our pens are poised ready to sign it as soon as we can.

And with the ink still glistening on the page, we’ll head into the studio to finish off recording the second E.P at Alchemea Studios, after the drums and bass were recorded last week (and are sounding sweeet!).

See you soon,

Gaolers daughter x