Big Dada has a very exciting gig to tell you about tomorrow night, by their newest signing to the label.
A French-US collective, Paris Suit Yourself are the first "rock" band ever to be signed to Big Dada. Combining razor-edged Keith Levene-like guitar, crazed polyrhythmic drums and the free-associating lyrics of lead singer Luvinsky Atche, their sound has been honed in the clubs, squat parties and illegal warehouse happenings of Berlin. Aggressive, funny and disturbing, PSY combine the aesthetics of Public Enemy with the melodies of mid-period Bowie and the race politics of Frantz Fanon.
Have a look at them here:
They'll be playing alongside another of our favourite bands of the moment, Mazes, who play wondrous, slanted, guitar-drenched pop. Have a listen to them here.
It all takes place at The Macbeth, which is here:
70 Hoxton Street Shoreditch London N1 6LP 020 7749 0600 href="http://www.themacbeth.co.uk/">themacbeth.co.uk
It's FREE entry, and even better, FREE BBQ on the roof. Be warned, however, that roof-standing and face-filling during the bands' sets will be strongly frowned upon by Big Dada staff!
Doors at 20.00, and the action will start no later than 21.00, all being well.
We're all very excited about this gig, and can't wait to unleash PSY - see you there!