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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Jeff Thiessen - Albums


Lou Reed

Lou Reed - Rock 'n' Roll Animal

Jeff Thiessen examines Lou Reed's classic 1974 live album, 'Rock 'n' Roll Animal'


Faith No More

Faith No More - Angel Dust

Jeff Thiessen reflects on San Francisco-based experimetnal rock band Faith No More's 1992 fourth album, 'Angel Dust'


Blur

Blur - Think Tank

In our 'Re:View' section, in which our writers look back on albums from the past, Jeff Thiessen reflects upon Blur's 2003 seventh and last album to date, 'Think Tank'


Grinderman

Grinderman - Grinderman

In our 'Re:View' series,in which our writers look back on albums from the past, Jeff Thiessen re-examines the 2007 debut album of Nick Cave's raw-in-sound Grinderman project and finds that, much to his surprise, two years on it stands upo to prolonged listening


Leonard Cohen

Leonard Cohen - Songs of Love and Hate

Jeff Thiessen examines Leonard Cohen's raw, emotionally traumatised 1972 album, 'Songs of Love and Hate'


Replacements

Replacements - Hootenanny

In our 'Re : View' section, in which our writers look back on albums of the past, Jeff Thiessen reflects on the Replacements' 1983 second album and paean to drunkenness, 'Hootenanny'


Mudhoney

Mudhoney - Superfuzz Bigmuff

Jeff Thiessen examines Seattle-based grunge group Mudhoney's seminal debut EP, 'Superfuzz Bigmuff'


Coil

Coil - The Ape of Naples

Jeff Thiessen reflects upon British experimental duo Coil's surprisingly accessible 2005 posthumous last album, 'The Ape of Naples'


Bob Dylan and The Band

Bob Dylan and The Band - The Basement Tapes

In our 'Re : View' section, in which our writers look back at albums on the past, new Pennyblackmusic writer Jeff Thiessen examines Bob Dylan and The Band's sprawling 1975 album, 'The Basement Tapes', and finds, underneath all its seeming looseness, a surprising sense of structure and deliberateness







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