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LET'S EAT GRANDMA is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 11.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best gig this year! I was asked / Persuaded to go the this gig. I had heard of "Lets Eat Grandma" but hadn't really bothered to do any follow up research. There were 2 extraordinary support acts that got me in the mood for "L E G". These girls came on stage and stole the venue! Two young girls, in charge of "their" stage, playing absolutely brilliant, live music. I was so impressed that I was quite taken aback by the experience. Rosa and Jenny are set for much bigger things. They are clever, talented, and their style of music is not what I would expect from two girls that are so young. I was disappointed by the lack of advertising for this gig, and the venue could have been better attended. I am aged 55, and my friend and former school teacher (1972-73) is 69. I have traveled to see bands for years (Stranglers, Kraftwerk, M83 etc) and I must say that Rosa and Jenny (L E G) are the coolest outfit I have seen in decades! Can I end on this note! Lets Eat Grandma are probably the best band that I am going for the foreseeable future, as they have an attitude, originality, as well as a fantastic talent. All the very best Jenny and Rosa. x
Date published: 2018-04-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Let's Eat Grandma at the Deaf Institute, Manchester, 9-4-2018 Bands always have to take their courage in both hands to introduce new material live. Fans know and love the records and tend to be happiest with what they know. To do a gig made up almost entirely of new material might be regarded a folly, especially when you are known for an album as loved as 'Let's Eat Grandma's' brilliant debut 'I Gemini'. Yet that is exactly what they did. To be sure, the opening track off 'I Gemini', 'Deep Six Text Book' made an appearance, as did a couple of later single releases, such as 'Hot Pink', the whole of the rest of the set, however, consisted of the bulk of their forthcoming follow up album, 'I'm all Ears' which won't even be released until 29th June. Whether this was a good idea is a matter of opinion. I confess that I prefer to get to know a new record on a decent HiFi before hearing it live, and it was clear that the audience greeted the material they knew with markedly greater enthusiasm than the new songs. At the same time, however, it was still wonderful to be given such an extensive preview of what promises to be another brilliant album. In short, it was a risk they got away with, but a few more of the known songs would have gone down well. The Grandmas were backed by a much loved local band 'Pearl City' (formerly known as 'Bernard and Edith'). Their latest record, 'Flames' is a real gem, but sadly on this occasion they suffered a particularly bad example of what might be called support act syndrome, i.e. the fact that the sound system is always set up to suit the headliners. Singer Greta has a superb voice, with something of a Kate Bush feel, but the PA reduced her to a bass heavy fuzz. Luckily those of us from the area know what she can really do.
Date published: 2018-04-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Fresh Fun and Talented I really enjoyed this talented pair and they are getting better and better
Date published: 2018-04-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My favourite band with the best atmosphere My second time seeing Let’s Eat Grandma and I had the best night! The atmosphere was amazing and they were both so lovely afterwards. Honestly could not have had a better time!
Date published: 2018-04-10
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Potentially great gig cut short 2 very interesting support acts - particularly taken with Martha Hill's set. LEG were only on for about 30 mins - a small yet enthusiastic crowd were just getting warmed up when the show ended. No encores - left me feeling deflated by the evening when it promised much much more.
Date published: 2018-04-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from An unexpected treat. Only found out about this gig accidentally. Badly advertised thus a poor turn out and no encore!! However, it was a brilliant night. The two support acts were excellent. The main act were BRILLIANT. Have been to many hundreds of gigs in my long life and this was a very memorable one. £3.50 for a dribble of red wine was ridiculous at the bar. Next time I will take a flask. A good venue and a great overall experience.
Date published: 2018-04-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A Privilege To See This Band Having seen LEG about 18 months ago and feeling the band not too well served by its sound engineer, I was keen to see them again - especially with a new album on the way. The duo (augmented by an excellent drummer, whose playing and presence seemed to liberate them somewhat) was on excellent form - singing beautifully, bursting with ideas - as ever - and playing really well: guitar and sax (and, of course, recorder) in addition to keyboards and synths. They played a short, sharp, sweet set - no encore, no messing about - and seemed relaxed and happy. Brilliant. Good venue.
Date published: 2018-04-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best act I have ever seen First the support, I think they were called Audio Books, they were stunning though the initial sax playing, all 30 seconds, was a bit iffy. A great support act though and speaking to their singer afterwards found out that they have yet to put any music up to be downloaded or streamed, when they do grab it. Some years ago Loud and Quiet magazine had Lets Eat Grandma on their front page with the strapline 'Not Weird, Just Different' and this was the perfect description of what was to follow. They started by playing their latest single Hot Pink produced by LA producer Sophie, this industrial pop was wonderful. The two girls plus their drummer, who you could hardly see as he was engulfed in smoke, then went on to delight the full house crowd with a melange of their work with 'Deep Six Texbook' being their penultimate tune. I cant rember their final tune due to the excitement but it was all wonderful and then they left the stage. Everyone was waiting for an encore with people around me shouting for 'Eat Shitake Mushrooms' but sadly that was it.
Date published: 2018-03-09
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