3rd March | The Facemelter: Luminous Bodies, Sky:Lark, Nasty Little Lonely

A banger of a night with more new bands, old friends and legends who we’ve been wanting to work with for ages, at The Black Heart in Camden.

£6 advance                                                                       secret cheap tickets

£8 on the door

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Luminous Bodies

A collective that crams in heroes from Terminal Cheesecake, Part Chimp, Gum Takes Tooth, Apes Fight Back and Psychic Pussies into one double-drum psychedelic giant riff-slug.

Whether they’re playing with rock giants or DIY nights in sweaty basements, they’re always absolutely awesome to be in the room with. They’ve shared the stage with Wrekmeister Harmonies, Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs, Oozing Wound, 11Paranoias, The Cosmic Dead, Mugstar, Kylver, Taman Shud and Casual Nun, and are a juggernaut which apparently will never let anything stop it.

Grab their self-titled album from Box Records now.

“One of a kind, with their chaotic energy often making it appear like they are about to come unstuck, before pulling it all together and sublimely emerging unscathed.” – The Quietus

“One of the most entertaining experiences there is.” – Echoes And Dust

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Sky:Lark

A fusion of noise, grooves, distortion and reckless abandon. This London trio bring together funky basslines, saxophone blasts, sludgey riffs and raw punk riffs to create an animal that they say is all about exorcising bad feelings and sweating out the ill will.

With some quality releases already under their belt, including their brilliant 12″, released last year, they are now finishing up writing for their 5th and 6th releases, and might potentially record a split with Art Of Burning Water.

They’ve had three European tours and two UK tours, we discovere them when they played at BLEH!Fest and Cosmic Carnage, and played twice with Enablers on two separate tours.

Fans of punk, grind, noise and rock need to see these guys.

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Nasty Little Lonely

Back at The Facemelter after almost three years! Since then, this mutant brainchild of bassist and vocalist Charlie Beddoes and guitarist Ben Fisher has been creating more grungey, post-punk industrial songs, as catchy as they are disturbing. When we saw them at Artrocker’s night lately, they’d become a sludgier, heavier version of their former selves. Which was awesome.

Currently joined by multi-instrumentalist Martin Grech Official on drums and samples (who’s collaborated with Jeff Buckley, TesseracT and yourcodenameis:milo), the band have furthered their reputation as a great live act and have supported The Wytches, God Damn, BO NINGEN, Lydia Lunch, Cold in Berlin and Shitwife.

Come on now.

“Immersed in the deluge of feedback and reverb and fuzz are hooks – good hooks – grooves and melody.” – Louder Than War Magazine