“How you ended up doing what you’re doing is to keep doing it. As an artist, that’s all there is to it.”
If you live in London and you like going to gigs, you’ve probably heard of Casual Nun, for a while they seemed to be the talk of the town, appearing on countless bills, playing with everyone and their mums and putting out consistently good albums on a seemingly annual basis; they’re an exciting, quickly-evolving group that deserves the hype and delivers new heights at every show. I can’t recall the first time I saw Casual Nun but, by this point, I consider them a sure-thing and I’d implore any reader to come and see them at The Brewhouse, London for our 8 Years of Chaos Theory All-Dayer to discover exactly why that is the case.
Ahead of the release of their new album, The Euphoric, The Fierce and The Dead will play their first show of 2018 at the 8 Years of Chaos Theory All-Dayer (at The Brewhouse, London). We caught up with them to find out their plans, goals and targets going into this year but, also to find out what they have in-store for those attending the event.
Ahead of their gig at The Black Heart in Camden with Darkher and Soden this Friday 2nd February, Aditya Bhatt had a conversation with Caroline and Bill of Dystopian Future Movies about all the things that make them what they are.
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?
Banana lovers! Math Rockers! Lend me your ears. Poly-Math are playing tracks from their new album at The Facemelter this Friday, 3rd November, at The Black Heart.
Aditya Bhatt had a conversation with Marcello and Stefano of Zolle over a few days, ahead of their headline show at The Facemelter on 4th August.
I have to admit that I’d never heard of Space Witch before seeing that they were playing a show with Chaos Theory; they’re very fucking good. I wouldn’t completely lock them into the doom metal bracket but, if you’ve not heard them, they’re definitely very, very bong-friendly.
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 asked Ex People to tell us more about them, as we still know relatively little since we recently discovered them, and they sent us some ridiculous answers.
So you might as well read them.
We asked Victor of DVNE if he would be able to tell us a little bit about their history, tech or influences ahead of their headline show at The Facemelter in Camden this Friday, and he sent us all of it!
Reading about their unusual collection of influences makes us think that the new album is going to be something pretty special…
On Thursday 28th July 2016 between 7.30 and 9pm, at Servant Jazz Quarters in Dalston, Roger Goula will perform music from his limited edition EP Something About Silence (featuring remixes by Christian Löffler and Phaeleh) and his forthcoming album Overview Effect, which is the debut release from Cognitive Shift Recordings, a new collaboration between One Little Indian Records and Manners McDade Publishing.