FRIDAY APRIL 20TH
London’s hot hang-out for desperate rock’n’rollers. At Deviation Street you’ll see & hear the best new garage & rock’n’roll bands we can find.
In addition resident DJ Phil Istine & guest DJ Mr. Lee (Club For Losers/Up The Junction) will be on hand with the vintage vinyl, spinning 45s of garage, beat, punk & psych.
THE SILVER BRAZILIANS
Mexican traffic accidents, terrorist girlfriends and Milton Keynes massage parlours appear to be uppermost in the minds of The Silver Brazilians if their particular brand of ‘stripped to the chassis hoodlum rhythm & blues' is anything to go by. Taking traditional twelve-bar mayhem and giving it a contemporary twist these ‘down home’ garage punks made their live debut with The Charlatans in July 2007.
The following year saw the release of their first E.P ‘Iraqdonalds’ and headlining the Strummerville Foundation for New Music event in Hollywood, California. Inspired by their West Coast experience the following release ‘Fender Car Disaster’ - featured the song ‘Kate Winslet’ – deemed ‘Coolest song in the world’ on Little Steven Van Zandt's Underground Garage Radio show.
Since then the SB's have shared stages with The Jim Jones Revue, The Godfathers, The Selector, The Blockheads, Vintage Trouble and Wilko Johnson. 2010 saw their first European dates in Sweden and Germany and their third E.P 'Do You Remember the Future Baby?' featured on BBC Radio 2.
“A lovely cracking little band”
(Andrew Loog Oldham)
“Rockin’ 50’s rhythms with a 60’s beat sensibility”
Kate Winslet – this week’s coolest song in the world…”
(Little Steven Van Zandt)
The second show of four young men who are known for The Vinyl Stitches, Speak & The Spells & Organ Morgan. Expect rock’n’roll that takes in the likes of garage, psychedelia, krautrock & shoegaze and spits out nuggets of pleasure. Hypnotic, melodic...
BLAK MAGIK SOCIETY
@ The Alley Cat
4 Denmark Street, London, WC2H 8LP
Tube: Tottenham Court Road
£4.50 in advance from www.wegottickets.com/event/162193, or £6 on the door
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