- Tues 11th March
1st March 2014 Artist Profile »
** fierce panda & Disorder are In Love at Shacklewell Arms **
** March 11th sees Hectic Electropoppers I Am In Love Dazzle Dalston **
It’s the second Tuesday of March and that can only mean two things: firstly we’re heading for the warmer haven of spring and secondly fierce panda records and Disorder promotions are ready to combine forces to entertain the alt.pop-loving public with yet another bill of thrilling pop joys, like this..
The Thing: fierce panda & Disorder present
The Bands: I AM IN LOVE + DEATH RATTLE + EMILE BERNARD
The Venue: DALSTON SHACKLEWELL ARMS (71 Shacklewell Lane, London E8 2EB. 020 7249 0810)
The Date: TUESDAY MARCH 11TH 2014
The Doors: 8.00PM
The Tickets: £5.00 ADVANCE FROM www.wegottickets.com/event/259937
I AM IN LOVE (onstage 10pm) are three boys and two girls from Manor House who can pull as many panting punters in Leipzig as they can in Leicester thanks to a smart continental work ethic and some even smarter tunes: think smashing early '80s Smash Hits-style synthpop injected with a galloping dollop of DFA’s DNA . Something very special is about to happen with this band and you’ll be there from the very start by watching the video for 'Proposal' (released on Label Fandango / fierce panda on March 3rd) right here> YouTube
DEATH RATTLE (onstage 9.15pm) are a London based electro combo comprising of Chris Hamilton & Helen Hamilton. If CHVRCHES collaborated with the likes of Zola Jesus they might sound something like this - Death Rattle’s dark haunting sounds backed by angelic vocals project a strong sound that doesn’t feel out of place in a gothic church (or should I say chvrch) as you’ll see in the live video for ‘White Ropes’ here on YouTube
EMILE BERNARD (onstage 8.30pm) is a not a French Post-Impressionist painter but actually a London based band fronted by Paolo Fornasari. When you look like the artistic twin of an Emile Bernard painting, chances are there's a paint stroke of something special. With the stripped down romantic quality of Villagers, and a raw voice joining ranks with the likes of Woodkid, Emile Bernard offers quirky poetry with tints of dark electronica.