The Kvb Tickets
Rated 5 out of 5 by Lupus from Da Balls. Oh-so-melty yet abrasive sound. Never in my life have I eared it one so phat. The storm of guitar, luring voices, da beatz - just like honey. It was like bathing in hot Ribena whilst someone crammed Quavers into my eyes. Heavenly. The aroma is a bit special. Equally beautiful are the band.
Date published: 2016-04-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by Eggersisafox72 from A Sonic Explosion From the moment the first bassline smashed my ears into the wall behind me, to the last shuddering squall of guitar drenched reverb I loved every minute of The KVB. The small dark cellar of Soup Kitchen the perfect venue to make their breathtaking music shine.This was an experience to gladden the heart and leave the attending crowd talking about the night like toddlers babbling about Christmas, exiting into the cold night air with grins as wide as an American highway and a pleasingly dazed cast to the eye. Dark as their lyrical themes may undoubtedly be, dark as their sonic motif, seldom has my heart been so musically uplifted. This band deserve to take all before them this year and with a sound as at once mighty and captivating as theirs victory is inevitable!
Date published: 2016-04-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by madharper from Superb - KVB in Brighton Despite several sound issues - and even some Kat getting her first ever on-stage electric shocks - KVB pulled it out of the bag at the Hope & Ruin, Brighton on Wednesday with a superb gig. My only caveat was that it was too short. Thoroughly enjoyed - plus great support from M!R!M. Loved it.
Date published: 2016-04-08