Get a taste of some of the freshest sounds from the post-rock, post-punk and math rock scenes, with three projects fusing familiar sounds in new ways at The Black Heart in Camden.
Superbly intricate math rock, mindboggling prog and spacious post-rock at this month’s edition of The Facemelter at The Black Heart in Camden.
In this interview, ahead of their headline show at The Facemelter this Friday 1st December at The Black Heart, Chad Murray seeks answers as to exactly what that name on our tongues is, who are the people behind this sobriquet and what is it exactly this is, what is it?
The last Facemelter of 2017! Prepare for a blowout of post-metal, math rock and odd atmospheres from three newcomers to our world.
Chad Murray prodded and poked around inside the minds of Alpha Male Tea Party, ahead of their gig at Birthdays this month.
Chad Murray spoke to Chris and Will of Flies Are Spies From Hell ahead of their headline gig at The Facemelter this Friday.
A hell of a big night for fans of riffs and odd time signatures with new music from these legends, in the basement of Birthdays in Dalston.
Another collection of musicians, this time both from Leeds, who bend instruments, sounds and genres to redefine our concepts of jazz, electronica, math rock and creation at Strongroom Bar in Shoreditch.
This month The Facemelter features some truly brilliant veterans of post-rock, drone and ambient sounds, with new and seasoned projects alike. At The Black Heart in Camden as usual.
Our events organiser Kunal got interviewed by fellow promoter Rich Collins of Cosmic Carnage, as part of his Cosmic Roundup series for Echoes And Dust.
We’re back at The Black Heart in Camden for a big ol’ bunch of fun-packed, wild and sweaty math and prog bands from all around the UK. Includes the London launch show for Bear Makes Ninja’s new album ‘Shenanagrams’.
We’ve been neglecting you fans of brutal groove and tech metal at The Facemelter lately, so here’s a lineup of some absolute beasts from all over the country.
More energetic post-rock, with Vasa and Mountains Under Oceans heading down from Glasgow, and rising stars Lost In The Riots headlining.
We present a triple feature at The Black Heart, with both underground post-metal behemoths Tacoma Narrows Bridge Disaster and devastating prog band Opensight launching their albums, hoisted up on the pillar of rock that is the mighty Sumer. £6 advance secret discount tickets £8 on the door ————— Tacoma Narrows Bridge Disaster (album launch) A brilliant atmospheric post-metal band who’ve risen early in …
Sumptuous instrumental and electronic post-rock from ex-Glastonbury and ArcTanGent Festival performers, plus a UK debut.
A night of insane math rock, prog, jazzcore and experimental riffs from some of Europe’s finest.
Three heroes of math rock, alternative and post-rock travel from different corners of the UK to unite and form this amazing lineup at The Black Heart in London. £5 advance £7 on the door ———————– Alright the Captain Masterfully combining virtuosic instrumentalism with unabashed musical experimentation, Derby-based trio ATC have effortlessly established themselves as a sonic force to be reckoned with, thanks to their increasingly inimitable, uniquely imaginative brand of math-rock. Their sprawling and varied career has seen them sharing stages with post-rock luminaries including Mono, toe, 65daysofstatic, Pelican, Tera Melos, ASIWYFA, Maybeshewill, Adebisi Shank (RIP), This Will Destroy You, …
One of the main reasons we promote live music is because seeing musicians play, feel, interact and bare their souls on stage can make or break your opinion of their creations. Here are each of our top bands that either we never knew existed or, more importantly, we did know existed but didn’t really love until we saw them perform live.