Topic: Sudden Infant|Guttersnipe|Colossloth. Tues 11th October. Nottingham
► HARBINGER SOUND AND RAMMEL CLUB PRESENT -
► SUDDEN INFANT
Joke Lanz: vocals, electronics
Christian Weber: bass
Alexandre Babel: drums
After 25 years of extensive solo works and collaborations, Sudden Infant is now operating as a three-piece band with Joke Lanz, Christian Weber and Alexandre Babel.
The international acclaimed Noise project has transformed into a Dada-Punk-Industrial unit produced by Roli Mosimann (ex Swans drummer). In the past Sudden Infant toured with Sleaford Mods and opened for Wolf Eyes, Ben Frost, Merzbow, Derek Bailey, Joan La Barbara, Thurston Moore, Jim O'Rourke and many others.
Innumerable releases on some of the most prominent record labels in the underground scene: RRR, Harbinger Sound, Artware, Voodoo Rhythm, Blossoming Noise, Tochnit Aleph, Some Bizarre a.o. Festivals and tours in USA, Japan, Israel, Taiwan, Hong Kong, South Africa and all over Europe.
"Sudden Infant go all the way. Nothing is held back." - Keith Moline / The Wire
"One of Europe's finest Noise provocateurs!" - Matthew Kosloff / Skyscraper Magazine
"Fucking awesome band! I was lucky enough to witness their set live at 100 Club. Killer!" - Steve Crittall / The Godfathers
YouTube: https://youtu.be/NI2HYQUckf0 https://youtu.be/J-PMndUk2WQ
One of the best things to come out of Leeds in years, had to pull out of the Consumer Electronics gig a few months ago due to injury. Disrupted rock compositions on electric guitar, prepared drum kit, electronics and dual vocals. New-Wave-Of-British-Hysterical-Mania.
“Queer absurdist no wave noise rock abstract freak out. This is hard bop right here!” – Maximumrocknroll
From the wild hedgerows and deep dark rivers of the Midlands, Leicestershire’s Colossloth makes psychogeographic maladies and invocations to warm the heart of the discerning and intrepid psychonaut. Phonic seeds planted in Blackened soil fertilised by visceral imagination. A fugitive ambience for those seeking solace in the unexpected.
From supporting the likes of Tim Hecker and Wrangler, Colossloth’s music alternates between the brooding and abrasive to the transcendental and enchanted. With nods to a multitude of genres – from industrial and ethnic tribalism to caustic electronica, it’s spirit can be found crucified in between the anode and cathode of occult circuitry, transmitting across modern England whispered messages from the lips of the old gods of Albion.
https://peripheralrecords.bandcamp.com/ … -lungs-e-p
http://coldspring.co.uk/2015/12/colossl … your-hand/
► Tuesday 11th October
► AT CHAMELEON, NOTTINGHAM
► £7 TICKETS (http://www.wegottickets.com/event/368374) / £8 OTD