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Protomartyr w/Cheap Time and Whatever Brains Tonight at The Stone Fox
Much like longtime British post-punks The Fall, Detroit's Protomartyr makes an often sinister breed of rock music that entwines creative guitar work with an aggressive punch and half-spoken vocals.
The Fall land at Warwick Arts Centre
The building was sold for A 475,000 to Diamond Red Limited - a Leicester-based housing developer who plans to convert the offices into residential homes The fledgling club, which came into being after the demise of Hinckley United with crippling debts last October, now have a Step 5 facility available thanks to a groundshare deal with Heather St ... (more)
Birdland, Royal Court Theatre, London
One of Simon Stephens ' strengths as a playwright is his ability to create amoral ogres who are charismatic and compelling but not remotely likeable.
The Fall landing in the area in May
The thief went into the Carphone Warehouse shop on Friday around 11am singing "low cost phones" repeatedly before threatening staff and an elderly customer, grabbing eight phones and walking out of the store The fledgling club, which came into being after the demise of Hinckley United with crippling debts last October, now have a Step 5 facility ... (more)
Woods playing BrooklynVegan-curated Red Bull Sound Select show w/ the ...
We're pleased to announce the next BrooklynVegan-curated installment of the Red Bull Sound Select series of shows happens April 22 at Baby's All Right in Brooklyn.
Sam Halmarack & The Miserablites The Arches, Glasgow
But what if the band themselves don't turn up, leaving just the possibly deluded singer to bare his soul? No, this isn't the latest exercise in social engineering by The Fall's Mark E Smith, but is the premise of Bristol-based performer Sam Halmarack's hour-long dissection of pop mythology in miniature.
The Plain Dealer
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame: Making a case for Pavement in 2015
The list probably includes bands like Sonic Youth, Joy Division, The Smiths and the Pixies.