2nd July 2009 Artist Profile »
A melodramatic fierce panda one sheet.
** FIERCE PANDA’S MONTHLY CLUB PANDA NIGHT RETURNS FOR MORE MIDSUMMER FUN ON TUESDAY JULY 7TH WITH SOME EXOTIC BANDS PLAYING EXOTIC SOUNDS **
CLUB PANDA PRESENTS:
KAPUTT + GLISS + RACE HORSES + FRESH LEGS
LONDON CAMDEN DUBLIN CASTLE
TUESDAY JULY 7TH 2009
DOORS 7.45PM – 1.00AM
ADMISSION £6.00 or £5.00 flyer downloadable from www.clubfandango.co.uk
The Truth: Club Panda is fierce panda records’ groovy night out which takes place under the auspices of Club Fandango on the first Tuesday of each and every month and which features a pawful of new acts which have ticked their fancy of late. And most of those bands sound like this:
KAPUTT (onstage 10.15pm) are fronted by the splendidly named Silke Steidinger, who once performed heroically in The Go! Team and who now provides distracted vocals and disgruntled guitars to Kaputt’s chuggy, brassy post-new wave noise, as evinced by current single ‘Family Tree’ (Too Pure).
GLISS (onstage 9.30pm) feature the splendidly named Victoria Cecilia who is from Denmark but now lives in LA and with two similarly devoted boys makes classique brainy, rainy and downright Marychainy gloomrock, as evinced by their current ‘Devotion Implosion’ album (Rykodisc).
RACE HORSES (onstage 8.45pm) would appear not to offer much in the way of exotic femme fatales up front, although having a Meilyr and a Gwion in their four-man-strong Welsh line-up more than makes up for such an aberration, not least when backed up by the quartet’s cheerily warm take on sunny-side-up ‘60s pop, as evinced by current single ‘Cake’ (Fantastic Plastic).
FRESH LEGS (onstage 8.00pm) are fronted by the disappointingly succinctly-named Ella, who at least has the good grace to have notched up a comparison to thoroughly fantasmagorical ‘70s siren Lene Lovich along the way to forging a jittery indierock racket with angry chords and frisky basslines, as – you’ve guessed it - evinced by current single ‘Chess’ (Cool For Cats).