Pennyblackmusic Presents: Heist & Idiot Son + The Volunteered & Simon Bromide

Headlining are Heist with support from Idiot Son , The Volunteered and Simon Bromide
Hosted at the Water Rats London, Saturday 10th September. Doors open 7:30; First band on at 7:45; Admission £10 on the door or £8 in advance from We got Tickets
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Reviews


Cornshed Sisters (2012)


Dance at My Wedding
Delicate, but honest-sounding debut single from North East England-based sibling four-piece, the Cornshed Sisters


Cornshed Sisters (2012)


Telltale Signs
Superb harmonic Americana from North East England-based sibling four-piece, the Cornshed Sisters, who miraculously bridge the gap between community signing and cabaret


Dungen (2005)


Ta Det Lugnt
Eclectic late 60's/early 70's-style psychedelia from Swedish band Dungen, whose influences include jazz, Islamic music, folk, rock and church organ music


El Perro Del Mar (2008)


From the Valley to the Stars
Sparse, immaculate-sounding third album from El Perro Del Mar, the moniker of Swedish chanteuse Sarah Assbring, which somewhat overtly downbeat, does not quite match up to the heights of her well-received eponymous second album


Field Music (2007)


A House is Not a Home
Catchy, but all too brief debut single from their 'Talk of the Town' alnum for Sunderland trio Field Music



Field Music (2007)


Tones of Town
Flawed, but also quaint and eventually rewarding art pop on second album from Sunderland trio, Field Music


Pipettes (2005)


Dirty Mind
Very enjoyable fifth single and first CD release for Phil Spector-influenced all girl group the Pipettes


Ruby Suns (2006)


Ruby Suns
Sunny, perfectly harmonied, leftfield indiepop on debut album from the Ruby Suns, the project of Southern Californian-born but now New Zealand-based Ryan McPhun


Ruby Suns (2008)


Sea Lion
Stunning second album from New Zealand three piece the Ruby Suns, who make orchestral music with a breezy sound and quirky lyrics


Russian Futurists (2006)


Me, Myself and Rye
Sometimes exciting, sometimes dull electro pop compilation from Canadian musician Matthew Adem Hart, who has now released four albums under the nom de plume of the Russian Futurists



SLUG (2018)


HiggledyPiggledy
New sophomore solo release from SLUG, aka Field Music’s Ian Black, proves to be a wonderfully disjointed Dadaist ride


Warm Digits (2017)


Wireless World
Newcastle and Manchester-based Warm Digits tackle societal uneasiness and ecological disasters by throwing an apocalyptic techno dance party


Warm Digits (2020)


Flight of Ideas
Thought-provoking electronic space rock on fourth album from Newcastle/Manchester-based multi-instrumentalists Warm Digits


Week That Was (2008)


Week That Was
Incredibly strong debut album from the Week That Was, the side project of Field Music's Peter Brewis, which moves firmly into Genesis territory







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