The Pink Diamond Revue on Sunday 15th December 2019
The Pink Diamond Revue – what is it? The way we see it is an electro-amalgam of 1987-89 ‘Music For The Masses’ era Depeche Mode; the electro-psych vibe of TVAM; ‘Peter Gunn’ flavour Art Of Noise; a snippet of Sigue Sigue Sputnik and lashings and lashings of Sheep On Drugs imagery and sounds that the likes of Marc Almond would adore. The way The Pink Diamond Review see it “A world where ‘60s film soundtracks meet sampladelic acid house in a baggy-punk rathole somewhere in Interzone”.
The way they see it …“Live band fronted by Acid Dol a model from another dimension”. The way we see it is two guys, namely chisel-edged featured ‘Thin White Duke’, London based guitarist and vocalist going by the name of Tim Lane accompanied by Reading based drummer Rob Courtman Stock and fronted by the top half of a female mannequin doll, that they may or may not be obsessed with!
They will be launching their forthcoming single which will be a cover of the epic Sean Connery James Bond ‘Diamonds Are Forever’ theme made famous by Shirley Bassey in 1971 and that The Pink Diamond Revue fans can expect something rather special to drop on the music front on Christmas Day too!
Supporting them will be How To Live, who are a London based minimalist alt-pop duo who work with a variety of instruments including drum machines, live drums, guitars, and synths to create their distinctly British sound – think Royal Blood meets Hans Zimmer in a nightclub.
Music Genres: 60s, Alternative
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