The PinPrick Quarterly
is absolutely delighted to present:
A WILD, STRANGE AND BEAUTIFUL EVENING
CABARET ELECTRONIC ROCK GARAGE ITALO DISCO GLAM ELECTRO
Compèred by the wonderful Cookie
From Hastings, THE BLACK TULIPS are an utterly transfixing three-way face off between Courtney Love, Morrissey and the Beatles. Hear the anger and drama on upcoming 'dystopic' single Criminal Mastermind. Live, The Black Tulips come replete with antique chair, flora, incredible voice and vicious guitar. A rare and special band to see now if you want that feeling of being in at the start of something big.
From Brighton, THE UTERUS WOMEN are about to complete their new album 'Britain's Biggest Killer' following last year's 'City Super Women.' Formed from the ashes of Feline Dream and Jupiter Ace the Uterus Women are proper punkelectro glamour attitude described by twats as 'very voguish' and 'too post-modern' and by enthusiasts as 'a meaner, noisier and sweatier Raveonettes.'
From London, THE TEETH are an evergrowing pulsating shambolic two-to-five-piece genre-busting Kraftwerk-garagerock-vocoder SMASH HIT outfit. They have 140 songs and refuse to be pinned down making their live appearances special unpredictable and rare as hen's teeth, so DO NOT MISS.
Cyberdance: laptop set and DJs
From their secret base on Neptune, CYBERDANCE is an italo disco house metal collective on a quest to master the ancient arts of 1986. On April 8 they will be despatching their droids to planet Bethnal Green with laptops, vinyl and murderous intent…. fresh from their very own label launch at Juno in Shoreditch. Intergalactic sexx pirates!
From wherever the party is, 'Brighton royalty' (Juice) HEIDI HEELZ is the Bowie-worshipping queen of all she surveys. Resident DJ at countless Brighton nights where dressing up means binbag chic, evil twins and Monty Python tributes, she is also in one-time Damo Suzuki garage rock backing band SHARK. When We Plug Her In Will She Just Blow Up?
From Hackney Marshes by way of Japan and Italy, Future Sound of Clapton are DJs Fumix and Vortek. Broadcasting monthly from samurai.fm and existing hand to mouth as they move between seedy East London dens, FSOC bring the Italo-Disco-Techno-Electro noise to soundtrack the underground!
The Gays (PA)
From many places and existing only for tonight, THE GAYS have one song and a whole heap of PISSED OFF. The 'jagged, scuzzy garage rock noise' of Fire To Feed is currently leading PinPrick's assault on the cold hard commercial world of vinyl pressing and getting played in the coolest clubs in the world. ***This may be your only chance ever to catch THE GAYS live - an opportunistic supergroup cashin put together just for tonight and two minutes of 'well mental' bastard anger.***
...and a SPECIAL APPEARANCE by...
Trudi Styles the Transformation Tart
The Pleasure Unit Bar
359 Bethnal Green Road, London E2
nearest tube: Bethnal Green
Friday 8 April, 2005
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