"Bloody hell these are good - sort of a wacky mathy mix of African guitar music and serial post rock with early Yes vocals."
~ Bob Osborne, Salford City Radio
"If they come up with 10 tracks as good as “I.F.”, then they’ll be on the verge of something like world conquering."
Mello Mello w/ Vasco Da Gama, Hot Light Fiesta, 40-42 Slater St
Time: 8:00 pm
The Castle Hotel w/ Wot Gorilla?, Gunning for Tamar, 66 Oldham Street
Time: 8:00 pm
I guess we're still calling our live nights 'Let's Kill Music' purely for the CTC reference, though I've long forgotten what number this is. ANYWAY, we've got a mad good line-up to round off the year on.
Doors: £5 Advance: £4
Contemporary Urban Centre w/ Dutch Uncles, 41 Greenland St
Time: 7:00 pm
Doors: Advance: £6
- Philip Morris - Bass, Backing vox
- Jordan Balaber - Guitar, Backing vox
- Ed Black - Guitar, Lead vox
- Jacob King - Drums, samplers
When they first passed Superstar Destroyer their demo, the label were impressed by a fully-formed, tight sound that took in mathpop and post-rock as well as more eclectic, subtle influences. As the band have explained many times, their musical tastes clash heavily; '90s US indie, UK grime, downtempo indie and avant garde compositions all fight for pride-of-place in their influences list. Though not all of the above come through, what they do explain is Ninetails' consistent ability to pick a great melody out of apparent chaos, as well as their uncanny knack of winning over new fans – whatever musical background they come from.
Anyway, enough chatter – here's some facts:...read more