Our final event of 2018 is also the last monthly Facemelter event we’ll host. The Facemelter has been running almost every month since April 2010 and has helped us to discover some true gems in underground music scenes in London, the UK and more recently, from around the world. As we’ve become busier with some amazing touring bands and special events, The Facemelter will be back as a rare event to showcase the best new projects around. £7 advance …
In this edition, Kunal was joined by Drew and Andrea of Tacoma Narrows Bridge Disaster, who surprised us with an exclusive premiere of their new single “Truth Escapes”, as well as tunes by some of their influences, plus we played brand new music from some of the acts we’ve announced for the coming autumn of Chaos.
A beautiful medley of noise, industrial, post-punk and electronic sounds at The Black Heart in Camden.
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.
Our latest podcast is now up for streaming! CT founder Kunal plays music from all of our upcoming gigs in May, June and July and lets you know just why you need to see these bands.
A night of ambient music, haunting dronescapes and experimental electronics.
Chad Murray pesters Luminous Bodies en route to their headliner at The Facemelter tonight at The Black Heart.
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.
Tonight we bring together post-hardcore, punk and post-rock in this lineup for fans of riffs, moshpits and pure, raw DIY fucking music! £5 at http://www.wegottickets.com/event/302738 (includes booking fee) £6 on the door ——————– Silent Front A trio who’ve been sweating over audiences for 15 years as they’ve repeatedly brought their special brand of energetic post-punk rock to basement bars all over. It’s no surprise that they share members with mayors of miyazaki, were included in Procurement Records’ Top 10 noise albums of 2014 and in Mowno‘s top 50 albums of the year! http://silentfront.bandcamp.com/ “Music that thrives on the uncomfortably intimate …
We caught up with Flowers Of Evil after a great set at The Facemelter earlier this July. ———————————————– Author of the classic poetry volume The Flowers Of Evil, French symbolist poet Charles Baudelaire, once said that “strangeness is a necessary ingredient of beauty”. You would think that a band that shared a name with Baudelaire’s great work of the sordid and macabre would be the very embodiment of Shoreditch pretension. Not so. If you are expecting Velvet Underground references and tight black polo necks, you are going to be massively disappointed. Flowers Of Evil couldn’t give two shits if you …