MORTIIS LIVE!!

Venue:-  Electrowerkz, London.

Date:- 18th March 2017

Band Members:-
Havard Ellefsen
Levi Gawron
Tim Van Horn

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”All i can say about this show was that it was a much better show than the previous show i saw last year at The Garage in Highbury Corner. This show should have been at the aforementioned venue but it was changed! I’m glad it was because sound mix was so much better! The set was as energetic as usual and workman like! Every note, every drumbeat every phrase of the vocals were on the money!! I thoroughly enjoyed the set and it’s energy and all three members of Mortiis exuded their own kind of charisma!!Most of the set was tracks from the latest Album called ”The Great Deceiver” Standout tracks for me include:- ”Too Little Too Late” , a piece of aural art that has the feel of a piece created using varying layers of different grade sandpaper, rough in places and as smooth as a finished door knob! The last 60 seconds is pure head nodding bliss!!  ”The Great leap” is another awesome track!! 1-2-3-4 THUMP 1-2-3-4 THUMP with a cheese wire sinew winding it’s way through the body, i have an image now of a body on kebab skewer flailing and thumping to the bass!! ”The Ugly Truth” is very Rob Zombie/Ministry, it has a ”Jesus Built My Hotrod” feel to it!! ”Demons Are Back” I’m burning up inside the demons are back!! This just sums up how  i feel today!! And this is the best medicine to purge!!! The whole track is a catharsis but from around 3 minutes 30 i start to feel the demons getting weaker…..”

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Setlist

 

”it has been  a great privilege to see Mortiis twice in the past year, a great band that i hope to see more of in the future, especially at Wacken!!”

 

LINKS:-

https://www.facebook.com/officialmortiis/

All other links can  be found through the Facebook page.

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Radikal Rubber By Dave Roca

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Release Date:- June 2016

Mastered by Reza Uhdin

Copyright:- Dave Roca/Looking For Lucifer Recordings

”This is the first solo album created by Dave Roca, vocalist/bassist with The Underrunners. It’s an album inspired by the decadent society we live in and the control that technology has over our lives, technologies that are marketed as liberating and making life so much easier but conversely turning us all into compliant junkified slaves that can’t live life in it’s age old analogue form any longer, we acquiesce like the good little drones we are happy to have our daily dose digital smack…… sorry, i went off on one then!”

”In the words of the artist/musician/producer/arranger himself :- ”This album is more robotic and futuristic than Underrunners material, it is an album to be feared not loved!! As long as it is not ignored any reaction but that!! My  words! You should come away from listening to this album with a few self directed questions and if you don’t then go listen again until you do!!!

”I’ll be honest, this album did not grab me by the lapels on first listen, i felt it lacked some oomph BUT Its bloody good on second listen! Once my ears had become accustomed to the mix  my head was filled with  landscapes!! Cornish landscapes and Icelandic landscapes!! Deep gorges and high water falls and steep cliffs rising majestically over long sandy beaches!! The tone is reflective and pensive without being morose, it is thoughtful and ghostly in places with the usual undertones of Pete Murphy! You are taken deep down into dark places before ascending for fresh air, a welcome antidote to subterranean musings!! The vocals can be a bit Billy Mackenzie at times too and to a lesser extent Lisa Marie Presley!! That’s not a bad thing, let me make that clear!!”

This is a very good listen and i expect it to improve as time goes on!!

 

 

 

The Album can be bought/downloaded from:-

Spotify

CDBaby

Itunes

Amazon

and many other outlets.

 

LINKS;-

http://www.daveroca.com

http://www.facebook.com/daveroca

Mortiis Live!!

Date:- 28/5/2016

Venue:- The Garage, Highbury Corner, Islington, London, Uk.

Support:- Die Kur, Ventenner and Seraph Sin

 

”Short and sweet this review!! Just like the support for Mortiis, short and sweet! Just enough music from each band on the bill to wet the appetite and get us all ready for the main course! And the main course, Mortiis was mesmerising, in my opinion!! Havard Ellefsen is a seasoned performer, every movement, every dread shake, every shake of the finger was carried out with a purpose, nothing was put on, nothing felt fake, no going through the motions here, this was a real visceral spectacle that had the front row staring glassy eyed with satisfied smiles. Die Kurs set went down well with the crowd, another no nonsense set with no distracting frills or frippery followed by Ventenner, a band i have known about but not heard before! There set was hard and  pulse like with an interesting use of abrasive guitar textures floated of the top of the back beat like rusty gossamer strands! Seraph Sin, the penultimate band on i have never heard of before, i thought they were Italian but in actual fact they were from Scotland. There is a NIN vibe running through all the bands, some more than others, apart from Mortiis! They sound like, ermmm, well, Mortiis!!!”

 

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LINKS:-

http://www.diekur.net

http://www.ventenner.com

https://www.facebook.com/SeraphSin

https;//facebook.com/officialmortiis/info

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WAVE GOTIK TREFFEN 2016

Friday 13th May to Monday 16th May

Leipzig, The Federal State Of Saxony, Germany.

”My first experience of Wave Gotik Treffen, or WGT for short was an interesting, fascinating but overall tiring one!! A lot of walking was done and as i sit here writing this i can feel the aches and pains in my muscles quite acutely! Where do i start? Well, Leipzig is a nice city 99 miles south of Berlin that you can get to either by Deutsche Bahn (DB) train or by Flixbus. My Flixbus ticket was  6.90 euros one way from SudKreuz in Berlin and i can say that the journey was a much more enjoyable one than an equivalent journey on National Express. The internet actually works, you can press a button on the overhead consul if you need refreshments and the seats are very comfortable! It was a hot sunny day when i arrived in Leipzig and the first thing i saw, apart from trams was a humungously long queue of goths, some dressed in their best finery in the stifling heat waiting to collect their wristbands. Unfortunately i could not collect my wristband opposite the Hauptbahnhof, i had to get a number 11 tram down to the Agra Messpark on Bornaische Strase. After being met on Goethestrase by Richard, my first stop was at The Absintherie Sixtina. The Absintherie Sixtina is well known haunt in Leipzig that not only sells beer but as you’d expect from the name it sells absinthe. 100 types of absinthe can be bought varying in strength from 45%abv to over 80%abv! if you want to try an absinthe devil at 62%, a cannabis absinthe at 80% or a segarra absenta at 44% then this is the place to go! Leipzig is a nice city. Around 500,000 people live here, it’s a  mixture of old German architecture and modern,with an excellent transport system which is efficient and quick, non of this stop start bullshit you get in London!!. The Hauptbahnhof is an impressive building so is the Augusteum and Paulinum! You can even buy bottles of beer on some commuter trains and as i experienced after becoming familiar with one of the guards, when i took the last train back to my digs early in the morning the guard would pipe up with ” Beer!! beer??” She’d even open it for me!! I love Leipzig!!”

”There is a nice market in Leipzig also selling fresh produce, meat, fish, vegetables etc surrounded by all the usual stuff you’d expect to see in London but the only recognisable names i saw were Subway, Burger King and Primark. The Primark there did not have that cough inducing dust floating around in the air after you’d pick up a garment to scrutinise it’s polyester content so i did not leave retching like a smoker on 60 a day after my visit! The Gothic Shops i saw had some interesting stuff in them, items from Dracula Clothing, New Rock and Killstar to name but a few! A bit pricey but no more pricey than you’d expect to pay for stuff in London. For company i had the pleasure of an lady from Hampstead, London called Cathy, we were chalk and cheese in regards to musical tastes but having another person to speak to in english was a godsend!! We had a walk about through the city centre taking in the sun and the sights, watching the goths watching each other, preening like peacocks in the mid May Sun whilst the locals went about their business with a mixture of fascination, bemusement and indifference! After all they have had 25 years to get used, assimilate and embrace the festival which brings in a lot of money over a four day period, give the city a bit of spice and at the same time bring in your conventional tourist who also take in the spectacle!! Leipzig is a city that i will be visiting again, maybe in December for the Christmas Market.”

”Speaking of Markets, The market at the agra park was a case of merchandise overload for me!! Everything and anything that i would have bought if i had an unlimited budget was there! New Rock boots, hoodies and tops from Anki Designs Berlin, Andrea Hamer handmade bags, The quality of a lot of the garments was top notch and there was a lot more flair in design than products i’ve seen back in London, I felt invigorated because the designs had vigour!! To take everything in and try on a few of the wares would require me to have spent a few hours over a couple of days but  i had a job to do and that was take in as much of the festival as possible and get an overview, my overview was positive!!”

”One thing that did not impress me one jot was the graffiti in some of the streets encircling the city centre. Take Bornaische Strase for example!! Everything was covered in this god awful tagging!! Bus stops, tram stops, windows, lamp posts, door steps, seats, you name it and it was graffitied. It made the place look dirty, like an unwashed posh lady who had had way to much to drink and decided that it was a great idea to have some other pissed person doodle on her arm!!! Not nice!!”

”In regards to the festival a lot of travelling/walking was involved to get around the city so if you wanted to see a lot of bands at different venues then things could become a logistical nightmare! I was staying 30 odd miles outside the city so i either had to be at the central station for 1:20am or stay at a club all night. I don’t have the stamina that i used to have so all nighters were a no no!! Luckily all armband wearers had free travel on the trams and buses which was a great bonus!! I got lost a few times so knowing i’d not be out of pocket for getting lost was a very welcome indeed!! Nice touch Leipzig, maybe you could give festivals in the UK a few tips!!?? As an example, i wanted to see Dark Fortress and My Dying Bride at The Felsenkeller (Trams 3/14) but due to a decision which involved me taking an S Bahn train from the Hauptbahnhof to Lindenau instead of the number 14 tram i turned up late, missed Dark Fortress and then was was told by Richard, who i was staying with, that Monday was a bank holiday and if i wanted to get home i’d have to get back to the Hauptbahnhof  for 12:10am. Why did they have to have a bloody bank holiday in the middle of a goth festival?? : ) My Dying Bride were brilliant by the way!!!

 

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They played on the Saturday night! Sound wise they were no different to when i saw them back in April at The Islington Assembly Rooms! The performance was energetic and rich with no scent of tiredness at all!! And the crowd were well up for their set. Whilst i sat in the photographers pit waiting for them to come on i could here ”Oh my god, oh my god!!” along with screams of anticipation from fans who had travelled far and wide to see the band!! The venue was packed to the rafters, which is nice to see!! I like the venue, i’ll be back there in the future!! Another venue i went to is The Taubchenthal in Markranstadter Strases (Trams 1/2). Another nice venue with a balcony around the stage, a bar and a terrace overlooking a courtyard, i was here to experience the delights of Lena Lovich!! Again, the venue was packed to the rafters and there was no room to get anywhere near to the stage so i stood on the balcony and took a few shots after asking someone to move for a few moments!! Lena’s set was a vigorous one for someone of her advanced years, it’s nice to see artists actually enjoying their sets and giving their all instead of going through the motions. I’m not really au fait with her music apart from ”Lucky Number” and ”Money” which i heard way back when i was at school. The  album ”March” is worth a listen methinks!!”

 

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”Pete Murphy was good, i enjoyed him.His set at The Agra Hall was a good one! Some people did not think it was that good due to the size of the venue but i disagree. There was too much delay on the violin though in my opinion.But the arena was packed with adoring goths with more arriving all the time and the atmosphere was a good one, i got chatted to by a few people but alas the language barrier put the shutters down quite quickly. The photographers pit was a pit of vipers with photographers from god knows where vying for position to get the best shots, some had no idea of photographers etiquette which does annoy me on occasions but most were considerate if not aloof with other snappers!! One photographer seemed to have the same itinary as me because what ever gig i went to she was there, apart from Lena Lovich and Christine Plays Viola! There was a begrudging respect coming from her but no friendliness!!”

 

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”Nouveau Vague just before Pete Murphy were really good also in my opinion!! I think that their set would have gone down well in the Absintherie Sixtina if it was a bit larger or the Altes Landratsamt, which is near to the Hauptbahnhof. This is because their laid back, nonchalant, Bossa Nova tone would have gone down well with a nice glass of absinthe and the sound would have been obviously more intimate!! All the Goth classics such as ”Marian”, ”A Forest” and ”Bela Lugozi’s Dead” were airy but with a subtle dark overtone that reminds the listener of it’s original incarnation!! Billy Idols ”Dancing With Myself!” has a ”whatever” feel vibe to it, brilliant! This was a very good set indeed!!”

 

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”Enslaved were good at the Kohlrabizirkus (S1 Train from Hauptbahnhof to Leipzig MDR) but the venue was too big! The Kohlrabizirkus is a former market that reiminds me of the Roundhouse in London, it is a large cavernous space used for music, comedy and trade events! The band before Enslaved, i think they were called Crematory had a larger crowd that fanned out to the back of the venue behind the mixing desk, this fullness soon thinned out when their set finished, they were German so i suspect that is why the crowd was bigger! Enslaved, for those who don’t know are a Norwegian band formed in 1991 in Haugesund, they now reside in Bergen. Their name was inspired by an Immortal Demo called ”Enslaved in Rot” I’m not really familiar with their output, everything on this night was experienced for the first time! The enthusiasm from the crowd was a little more subdued throughout Enslaved in comparison to the previous band but they put on a good show that all in all went down with the crowd.”

”The last band i saw before making the two hour trip back to Berlin was Christine Plays Viola were very good too, played in a venue near to the Hauptbahnhof called The Landratsamt! I’d say this place is the size of Dingwalls in London or maybe the Electric Ballroom and is used as a conference hall, restaurant and entertainment venue. Tonight, Christina Plays Viola were the first band on a bill which included German band Lament, Swedish band The Mary Onettes, the Uk’s And Also The Trees and Germany’s Pink Turns Blue. It’s a shame i could not hang around for the full nights entertainment but Christine Plays Viola’s Joy Division crossed with early Simple Minds infused with a Billy Mackenzie topping was a good aperitif!! Haunting, hard and melodic, the soundscapes insinuated themselves into my pores with an intensity that sent shivers down the spine on occasions especially the track ”Slaughter Of The Black Sun” from the album ”Vacua” I enjoyed their offerings and the crowd, which  was quite large enjoyed it too, thoroughly warmed up i hope they enjoyed the rest of the evening!!”

”To sum up, this was my first Wave Gotik Treffen, there was a lot to see and a lot of places to go.To take in the city, its sights on the outskirts and the festival would need 2 days either side of the festival. Travelling around  from venue to venue was a pain if you needed to get to venues in polar opposite to each other but once once you have your bearings and are familiar with the tram routes scheduling times are cut down considerably! Next year, if there is a next year my experience will be significantly improved now i know the lay of the land, i’ll see more bands, more exhibitions, more landmarks and hopefully more Goths!!!” Would London embrace a Goth festival on this scale and offer free buses for fours days??? Hahahahahaha, What a stupid question!!!”

 

Assorted Photographs:-

 

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Links:-

 

http://www.wave-gotik-treffen.de/english/

https://www.flixbus.com

https://www.bahn.com/i/view/index.shtml

http://enslaved.no

http://www.petermurphy.info

https://www.facebook.com/nouvellevagueofficial

http://lenelovich.net

http://mydyingbride.net

http://christineplaysviola.bandcamp.com

http://www.andrea-hamer.de/en/home-en/

http://www.anki-design.de/english/gallery_en.html

http://www.sadgoth.com

 

 

CAULDRONATED LIVE!!!

With Schadegeddon, Lady Janes Revenge and Salt

Venue:- The Urban Bar, Whitechapel, London.

Date:- April 2nd 2016

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”The last time i saw Cauldronated they were bedding in a new bass play, a chap by the name of Andy Duke. The bass added to the sound but at that stage he felt like a session musician brought in to round out the sound, someone on the periphery! Tonight though Andy had melded into the duo, he had been ”Cauldronated” The alchemy had been completed, the sound was full, rounded and tight and everyone performed their task like the components in a well oiled machine! All the tracks sounded fresh to my mind, they were given fresh impetus, I was reminded of a Roman Legion, drilled and drilled and drilled until everyone is on message! All working together to push forward incrementally! Small but determined steps turning into giant leaps!! Blinkered determination, the world will be conquered, resistance is futile, you will submit!! The venue was empty, the venue filled and then emptied again! The magic was cast, the ritual was fulfilled, nothing else was wanted or needed, time to go….

 

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……The warm up acts did  their work though! Schadegeddon with their punky folk cabaret played mostly to a small crowd who enjoyed the set, there was no cock on show tonight though, the sex ferret was covered up for some reason, maybe the band have modified their show to not cause offence and to attract a bigger audience or maybe bacchanalian show cockery is now old hat, who knows! Lady Jane’s Revenge are from Cornwall and they sound like Faith No More and i have not heard of them before! I was reminded of Nirvana, Mudhoney, the guitarist looking Cobain/Gilmouresque and the singer doing an impression of an Imam on speed!! Not really my cup of tea but i found the band enteraining!! I did not see Salt, i was satiated!! I’ll check them out another time.

 

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LINKS:-

 

Cauldronated

 

 

https://www.cauldronated.net

 

Schadegeddon

 

http://www.facebook.com/schadegeddon/info

 

http://www.soundcloud.com/schadegeddon

 

 

Lady Jane’s Revenge

 

https://soundcloud.com/ladyjanesrevengemusic(SoundCloud)

 

https://twitter.com/ljrevenge(Twitter)

 

ladyjanesrevengemusic(Instagram)

 

http://www.youtube.com/ljrmusic(YouTube)

 

http://www.ladyjanesrevenge.com/

 

Sonik Chokolate at The Unicorn Pub, Camden, London, 16/4/2015

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Sonik Chokolate was an event that i organised so that i could dip my fingers into the area of band promotions. For my first event i decided to have two alternative/post punk bands with a metal band sandwiched in between. I was not sure of the running order to start with but eventually i stuck to ”The Sandwich”. Overall i considered the evening to be a success, the venue was not packed but 30 or so people turned up, not a damp squib after all!! Only the first and last bands got to sound check which i thought was a bit off, there was plenty of time for all three to sound check if i’m honest and seeing that there were only three bands instead of four then all of them should have been sound checked, in my opinion!!! Funnily enough i thought RIP Sanity, who played second had the best sound and they did not even bloody sound check!! The band just went for it with a positive and energetic set that impressed me alot. They went through old and new tracks like ”Ockhams Razor”, ”Purge The Infected” with a vigour that was not there at their last show at Metal To The Masses. Luxury Stranger did a workmanlike set as one would expect from Nottingham’s Finest meandering through tracks such as ”Diver” and ”Wish”.This was their first show of 2015 and it was an honour to have them play Sonik Chokolate. Last on were The Underrunners, regulars on the London gig circuit. Again, another workman like set, playing songs from their most recent Album ”No God No King” But, i don’t know what happened between the sound check and their set but the sound was off!! The bass was not as prominent as it usually is,  at the sound check they were spot on but for the actual set the sound was wrong. I stood at the back by the mixing desk and the guitar and bass were non existent in places and what would have been a great set was ruined because of this. What the sound guy was doing i don’t know, did he forget to change the levels or was there some nefarious force at play?? Who knows, what ever it was it decreased the enjoyment of the set for me and i suspect for a few in the audience. How the sound is perceived by different people is subjective and i expect that a few would disagree with my comments above, which of course is fair enough but i stand by my view!!!

There are a few things to think about when i organise another event but all in all i consider this event to be a success!!!

Three Cheers For Me!!!!

 

 

 

 

 

https://www.facebook.com/TheUnderrunners

https://www.facebook.com/RIPSanity

https://www.facebook.com/LuxuryStranger/timeline

The Infinite 3 & Riot In Paradise Live At The Unicorn, Camden, 19/2/2015

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”Out of the blue i get a message from a friend stating that The Infinite 3 were playing at the Unicorn on the 19th February. I was busy but had a listen to their stuff on Spotify. ”Sounds Familiar!!” i thought!! This sounds like a now defunct band called Leisur:Hive that i first saw around 2004 when the Marquee Club was resurrected in Leicester Square. The glory days of The Marquee long gone and this reincarnation did not last long! Anyway i digress. The Leisur:Hive were a damn good band!!”

”Dark,Angular, grinding with cold Stark vocals sometimes pleading, sometimes despairing and broody….. So i did a quick Bing and it turns out that Dan Knowler is the one and same Songwriter!! So, i decided to stop what i was doing and pop up to The Unicorn for a listen. They are very good i must tell you, similar musical stylings to Leisur:Hive but gone were the monochromatic suits, replaced with a more indie attire.Apart that is for the Bass player who looked like someones dad having a blast indulging in his secret hobby that the wife does not know about! He hardly faced front for the whole set either just stood there facing the drummer, i suppose i can’t blame him really, there weren’t many people in the audience to play too anyway so why bother facing a sparsely populated room?. Paul Humphreys springs to mind for some reason!! This band need further investigation!!”

 

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”Riot In Paradise on the other hand sounded discordant to me on first listen. I kept trying to latch onto something that would pull me into sync with the whole but i kept ”dropping the ball” So i focused on Michi Sinn, the vocalist! She was fascinating, visually and performance wise, like a Siouxsie/Debbie Harry/Poly Styrene/Courtney Love Hybrid. She looks like she is channeling the Chi of all four!! Now i think of it she is channeling Clare Grogan as well!! ”I’m gonna rip you ta, i’m gonna rip you ta, i’m gonna rip you ta Pie Ces!!!!”. I love the track ”Relentless”, it’s about an old beau that won’t take a hint, i’ve been there, wishing they’d get over it before i stabbed them in the neck!! I’m listening to ”So depraved” on Soundcloud whilst i type, what a track!!! It has the ”Lived Through This” about it, damn raw, damn sore and damn depraved, a voice matured with a gargle of Listerine and iron filings!! The guitar on ”Threat2Kreation” has a Virgin Prunes feel to it, emphatic like a sharp knife repeatedly being jabbed into bare flesh!!”

I’ll definitely go see Riot In Paradise again!!!

 

3/5

 

Links:-

https://www.facebook.com/theinfinitethree/info?tab=page_info

http://music.theinfinitethree.co.uk/

 

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Riot-In-Paradise/343577695658628?sk=info&tab=page_info