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Legpuppy &Guest iamwarface ,Fake complex & Androids In the Mist

The Hope And Ruin in Brighton

Sunday 17th November 2019

7:30pm til 10:45am (last entry 9:30am)

Minimum Age: 18

Legpuppy Electro-post-punk/multi-media trio continue their satirical attack on the modern world Iamwarface : is an Electro Rock Band formed in Brighton and

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Legpuppy &Guest iamwarface ,Fake complex & Androids In the Mist on Sunday 17th November 2019

South Londons LegPuppy were originally formed amongst a backdrop of bingo callers, haunted rickety hotels, dancing goats & clown worshipers.
Electro-post-punk/multi-media trio continue their satirical attack on the modern world with tracks including ‘Meds and Beer,’ ‘Selfie Stick Narcissistic Prick’, ‘Paranoid’ & ‘Twit Machine’. It’s a brilliant showcase for what they’re all about; humour, satire, and a whole lot of personality.

“Meds and Beer, beautifully formed satirical punk”
BBC Introducing

“A brash, cheeky line in lyrics that suggests a nod to the likes of Ian Dury”
Electricity Club

'Power, energy and sonic diversity'
Louder Than War
“The band that are just too weird for us”
Time Out London

The band teamed up with producer Paul Of Sound (Shame, Roots Manuva, HMLTD, Goat Girl) for EPs Black Soul, Selfie Stick Narcissistic Prick, 2018's album You Should Be Paranoid and single Meds and Beer. The band are currently recording their next album.

The bands influences range from The Fall, The Prodigy, Massive Attack & Underworld, not to mention comedy classics such as Nathan Barley, Alan Partridge & Vic & Bob.

IAMWARFACE are an Nu-Rock Band formed in London 2016 by singer/producer Matt Warneford. His band consist of Lou Matthews (Guitars), Tom Howe (DJ Synth), Mike Smith (Bass) and Adam Stanley (Drums). The name is a metaphor for his own original style of bombastic high-energy groove based electro-rock, which has been affectionaly branded “Rocktronica” by none other than legendary Virgin Radio host Eddy Temple Morris.

They have taken the pop route but they keep it dangerous with a fusion of 80’s style vocals, abstract guitars, moody layered synth riffs and pounding drum beats.

The band have been influenced by many peers such as Depeche Mode, Gary Numan, Kasabian, Muse, Big Black Delta, Nero, Queens of the Stone Age, Tears For Fears, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Black Keys and MGMT.

They have so far released a number of singles which have been met with high acclaim by both public and industry peers. In fact, Eddy TM has stated that their upcoming single “Closer” is the best thing they have ever done and has already been tipped to be THE track of 2018.

With exclusive live sessions on BBC Introducing propelling them to even greater heights, 2018 has been earmarked as the year they break out.

They have just finished touring sold out support gigs with Gary Numan (including Leamington Assembly capacity 1500) where they proved so popular to the Numanoids, calling them: 'The best Numan support act in fifteen years'. Not ordinarily a fan-base who are easily swayed - they're now actively supporting Iamwarface online, at gigs, buying their music and following them in droves! In addition Mr Numan also wants the band back as support for a future tour.

Fake Complex channel synthpop, synthwave and electronica to create hooky vocal tales of pop reflection. Big synths, little synths, found sound and guitars create seaside tales of the unexpected.
Debut album “The Straight and the Narrow” is out now on Blue Door Productions. Find it on Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon and Google Play.
The songs talk about the difficulty of maintaining a sensible place in the world. Is it better to plough on at all costs, or to walk the unsung glory of the narrow path?

Music Genres: 

Electro, Electronic, Rock

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