Wednesday, 15 June 2016

Braw Gigs Presents:

Blitzkrieg noise rock and electronics from West Yorkshire with some incredibly trebly guitar squeal blended in with grinding mini-drum chaos - set to self-destruct mode. Pretty much everyone I've spoken to who’s caught them live has sung non-stop praise for this Leeds duo, so I had to nab em before they end up getting a fancy pants booking agent.

Armed with one very plugged and coveted Demo EP (an album is in the making!) – they’ve been devastating eardrums down south and across Europe this past year, with an especially blinding set at the Kraak festival in Brussels, as well as countless hometown shows which read like the stuff of legend. Think Harry Pussy (at their most primal) with a wee dash of Rita, Sue and Bob too.

Waste Farm
Formally known as The Specimen and armed with a fandabydozey self-released tape and some dope support slots for KK Null, Makoto Kawabata, Sick Llama and Wolf Eyes over the last few years – expect synth murk and DEEP analogue dearth from Grant Smith (Muscletusk) and Graham Stewart (about a million bands). Sluggish/muddy electronics, creeping out of the subs evoking nauseous and altered states, perhaps the occasional brown note.

The dangerous and high frequency duo of Dora Doll (ex- Decaer Pinga) and derby crash queen, Rhian Thompson (CK Dexter Haven) who will be brandishing and honing their specialist form of outer sounds from an array of found objects and damaged electronics – if you caught them opening for Aaron Dilloway last October, anticipate more harrowing shrillness from the meanest ladies on the block.

Friday 24th June
Doors from 7.30pm
£5 entry (Pay on the door)
The Banshee Labyrinth, Edinburgh