Rated 5 out of
Clembot & the Crazy's
Top Banana, what a balls out set. Switching from slow loungy verses to mad loud n proud chorus, these kids love what their doing. Clem is a sweet thing and then a flick of the switch and she's off the wall. Fantastic, love the energy and the modestly when you talk to them. Excellent.
Date published: 2019-04-04
Rated 5 out of
Epic at the Electric
Clementine Creevy and her band Cherry Glazzer recently released their third album Stuffed and Ready which I thoroughly enjoyed so decided it was about time I went to see them, it was a very good decision. Clementine, dressed in mustard and yellow, played guitar and was accompanied by a drummer and a base player who had hair that was so long she could easily have been painted by Rossetti. We were treated to a barrage of delightful grungy noise pop that went on for almost fifty minutes, the crowd loved it. They then left the stage but everyone knew there would be an encore and we were not disappointed. The band returned slowly with the drummer first and then a minute or so later by the base player slowly building up the sound and them Clementine joined them and the crowd went wild, an impromptu mosh pit appeared and two more lengthy songs were played. The crowd were quite lively but not up to Surfbort or IDLES levels.
We had two support bands. First was a female three piece rock band called Berries who had a great set and played for half an hour. Next we had four piece Porridge Radio who I had seen before supporting Ian Sweet, they had improved since then and really should have a headline show. Both bands were excellent and late comers missed a treat.
Date published: 2019-04-03
Rated 3 out of
Control and depth of Apocalipstic lost in shoutiness of gig. Possibly raw energy to much for middle aged men.
Date published: 2017-06-10