Monday Monday, five things we had never heard of when we woke up this fine sunny March Monday morning. Today we shall post about five things that entered our lives for the very first time today, music from bands we’d never heard of, new art shows announced today, who know what, let’s see what the glorious daffodil filled second day of spring brings….
1 TIM Who are Tim? We don’t know, they crossed our paths this morning, they’re from France, so much good music flowing out of France at the moment, this is from 2013, we certainly want some more please..
“Tim est un sextet, jouant deux batteries fusionnée devant, trois guitares/basses derrière, une trompette et un clavier au milieu, distillant une musique rythmique, où les mélodies intenses et entêtantes côtoient les basses lourdes et noises”.
2: BIG DEAL 666 – The latest Big Deal show, number 666 has been announced this morning (wasn’t number 6 last year in Fulham?), This time a whole bag load of London Artists, this one in a space in Camden, don’t ask us who the Morning Star is…
Big Deal No666. An art show curated by The Morning Star. Opens on 9th April 2015, 6 till 10pm with Geraldine Swayne, Pascal Rousson, Paul Sakoilsky, Nadia Ballan, Hedley Roberts, Danny Pockets, Michal Ohana-Cole, Tom Estes, Jude Cowan Montague, Gzillion Artist, Martin Sexton, Andie Macario, Mark Woods, Ot Lylie, Julia Maddison, Peter Gravelle, Gonny van Hulst, Rebecca Scott, Phillip Raymond Goodman, Glenn Fitzy Fitzpatrick , Sian Kate Mooney & Tomaz Kramberger
3: LUMINOUS BODIES are playing of at the Windmill in Brixton on Friday March 6th, they share a bill with excellently named Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs (as well as Blown Out, Casual nun and Fuckjar), they describe themselves as a scumbag lysergic racket, glorious racket if you ask us. A gig recommended by us via the pages of LondonGigs.net just for those Pigs, whole bill sounds good though… like the brooding menace of these Bodies..
4: BICICLETA SEM FREIO and the first ever show in London for the acclaimed Brazilian artist duo
The exhibition is produced by JUSTKIDS and hosted by RexRomae.