Hairy Recordings presents:
Hairy Recordings Alldayer
Gorgeous Bully + The Death Of Pop + Bo Gritz + BARBUDO + Porridge Radio + Brunch. + Sunken + Cosydrive + Ellie Bleach + Ghum
Entry Requirements: 18+
An afternoon and evening of live music brought to you by Hairy Recordings with a whopping 12 band line-up.
With the likes of Gorgeous Bully, Sunken and Bo Gritz playing throughout the afternoon and into the night, get down for an eclectic mix of sets from hazy bedroom pop to raucous indie to seductive and soulful alternative.
The Death Of Pop
Duelling guitars, blissful summery melodies and a magic carpet ride of fuzz and distortion.
Made up of three brothers and two cousins, The Death of Pop produce the sort of well-polished sound you'd expect from a tight knit family unit.
London trio play noisey guitar music of no specific genre drawing influence from Sonic Youth, Scratch Acid, Joy Division, Swans, Fat White Family, Hookworms, Pavement and the Velvet Underground, to name but a few.
They have been described as 'the finest new noise in London' by Gigslutz and are currently busy writing their second EP. They are loud.
BARBUDO have been playing shows and parties around London and the south for over a year now. The core of the band are two brothers: Ben & Harry Stanworth, who write, record and share vocal duties, joined by Elliot on bass and Tom on drums for their live sets. All songs are written and recorded at their home, which also serves as a performance space for impromptu house parties and gigs. BARBUDO all possess impressive manes, so it makes it particularly apt that their debut EP, entitled ‘BARBUDO EP’, has been released on London-based DIY label Hairy Recordings.
Like the mesmerizing cover artwork on their debut EP, BARBUDO's sound is warm, inviting and seductive. The centrepiece is undoubtedly the gorgeous vocal harmonies of the Stanworth brothers, their plush voices embellishing sumptuous vocal hooks that Kevin Parker could only dream of. Added to this, each track is a delectable nugget of pop nous, painstakingly crafted so that no aspect is superfluous or detracts from the song's impact. The music manages to be punchy whilst possessing a distinctly 'underwater' feel. In part, this is due to the band's signature warbled and jangly guitars and a preference for vintage equipment to create a widescreen, textured sound. Few artists can combine such complete musical vision with this level of self-assured songwriting, especially when self-produced. As such, BARBUDO is front-room pop at its finest- laid back and sensual, yet instantly memorable.
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"Porridge Radio has been crafting emotional psychedelic lofi vomit music for a few years, but has recently perfected that craft to a T. Hypnotic and raw, there is an element of honesty and pathos present in her music that serves a foolproof antidote to the real world. She sings, she shouts, she breaks the internal microphone on her laptop. What more could you want? A demented homage to Neil Young? A beautiful song about periods? You got it." - Memorials of Distinction
"Her songs will ease you into self-indulgence, throwing you into introspection, an experience which is created by the aesthetically captivating sounds she makes. The noises are angsty and the lyrics are perfect, combining wonderfully with her comfortable stage presence." - Fat Dog Presents
"for my next vid i think i'll finally move away from queerman visuals, although there's just something about man on man that lends itself to your music" - Jacob Engelberg
New solo project from James Ogram of Suono fame. Kicking off proceedings is this one man display of sultry synth-funk who'll have knickers falling to the floor.
Starting the band as strangers from different corners of the world laid groundwork for Ghum to create music from experience but also finding mutual love for bands such as The Cure, New Order, PJ Harvey, Pixies and Warpaint. Ghum formed in February 2016 in London with Marina (Bass), Laura (Vocals), Jojo (Guitar) and Vicki (Drums) after responding to an online ad Marina had initially posted. After months of writing, practicing and perfecting a set of original songs, Ghum played their first show in July last year at Sebright Arms. Since then, Ghum has played shows across London and Brighton and are set to release their first EP on February 9th with a launch party at The Victoria Dalston on February 16th, and will be supporting The Underground Youth in March. As a result of influences, Ghum’s songs evoke atmospheric dark pop that also lends a heavy hand to psychedelic rock.