Future Sound Share presents Faults, Shambala & Howling Ghost
Future Sound Share DJ’s
Fri 17th May
14 Long Lane
£4adv - £5 on the door
We welcome Faults back to the stage after a short break where Dan became a Father and they have recently ventured back into the recording studio. This will be a farewell gig for their drummer Aida who will be heading back to Spain.
A band born out of necessity. A tragedy so unspeakable it can’t be mentioned, inspired by the need to make music for its own sake. The four barely connected members, from three parts of the globe, brought together in 2011 by fate and disparate stories. Joined at the hip by a quest for soul, melody and meaning, the band have produced a clutch of songs which tap into the hearts and minds of the open and willing. A debut E.P – ‘Seachange’(recorded with Marc Waterman of Ride and Elastica fame)- brought radio play through 6musics introducing scheme, the song ‘Archives’, too undeniable to be denied.
Numerous gigs within the capital highlighted the bands ability to reach out to an audience yearning for songs with immediacy, mystery and depth. A forthcoming debut album will touch upon influences such as late period Talk Talk, British Sea Power, Paul Weller, Sigur Ros, The Walkmen, Beach House and The Bunnymen. Faults sound shines through it all.
Shambala were formed 5 years ago by a hippie singer (Tony Sweet) with no shoes and a tantric guitarist (Flavio Arcerito) who sailed their ship in search of a crew.
First mate was a Venetian bass player (Filippo Polesel) who also brought beautiful melodies, soon to be joined by a female drummer (Milene Latertre) from 'Silly'.
Melodic, energetic performance and driving rhythms blended with lyrical observations of the tragic and the wonderful of London life.
Shambala - 'the source of happiness' - is a revolution of popular, alternative music with catchy tunes and choruses - a sing-a-long indie pop rock quartet, personifying the multi-culturalism of London - played out to a pure British beat.
Howling Ghost are a schizophrenic, tri-polar 4-piece formed in the annals of time, on a shoe string budget, with no ones help; not even there own.
With mutual interests ranging from underwater boxing, straight to DVD comedies and a general dislike for the general public, it was only a matter of time before this quadrant of ego were bound to replace The Four Horsemen in creating something unequally beautiful as it was brilliant and attractive.
If you wish to define them Sir, you'll have to find them first.
Future Sound Share DJ’s
DJ Sam Nicholas
DJ Chris Redfern
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Date: 5/17/2013 7:30 PM