Monday, 15 November 2010

December's line-up


Too cool for school, genre-bending music – perfectly beat matching surf rock with hardcore-gabba and rap. Has to be seen to be believed!

London’s latest enfant teriible” Steve Lamacq, Radio 1


WATERMELONS  "Infectiously hooky indie pop, decent sing-along choruses reminiscent of Kings Of Leon and spiky Artic Monkeys guitaring, good enough to eat…" - Hope and Anchor, London.

Amazing audiences across the with their outstanding original material and catchy songs such as, “Dancing with the Wrong One” and “Wait”.

Their live performances are a contrast between professionalism and naivety that gives them a charm everyone will fall for. This is a band that loves to perform, loves their audiences - and knows how to have a good time!

“Fay [vocalist] is our totem animal, to describe her potty-mouthed massive-brained punk rock vibe we would have to go as far as to drop the word ‘fierce’ in there. Opps, we just did. – JUKE MAGAZINE.

MORE LIGHT MORE POWER: Dystopian experimental rock inspired by the magickal glamour and filth of London. With heavy hearts and diamond eyes they watched the towers fall against ashen skies, the new Kingdom has come and we sit at the feet of a dark empire….

With songs about 9/11, the harrowing reality of class and exclusion in Britain and the hollow desperation of our slave society More Light More Power’s message is a brutal but honest one. This band don’t play at having a punk sensibility, they are a natural progression of the raw angst and frustration of the punk ethic. With a truly original sound and fronted by underground icon K-tron aka Fayann Smith their live show is an intriguing assault of idealism and earnest emotional potency. Drawing from occult imagery, personal mythos and the world of illicit and illegal subculture their twisted aesthetic is more than a posture; it is a lived and unsettling invocation to protect them from the numbness of the world around them.


Zita is an award winning published and performance poet / spoken word artist. Zita has used her poetry to fight racism and fascism, performing at various Unite Against Fascism and Love Music Hate Racism carnivals, concerts and rallies and to raise money for charity, co-organising and co-hosting this year Poetry for Haiti at the Poetry Café, London and performing at the TUC Concert for Haiti.

She has directed poetry performance for theatre and performed alongside dub poets Linton Kwesi Johnson and Benjamin Zephaniah.

Zita is a trade union activist – member of the PCS NEC, TUC Race Relations Committee, ACTSA NEC and co- founder and co-chair of Black Activists Rising Against Cuts (BARAC).

Not all MPs are bastards - some are socialists, anti-war, working class and fighters for peace and social justice. John is. Be inspired!


Electric Dreams - playing the best in 80s/new romantic/goth/punk/new wave/EBM/synthpop

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