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Leg Puppy & Guests on Friday 5th January 2018
jackofthearts Presents: The sub_ject Tor
Electro Punk four piece from South London are one of the most exciting and unique live acts on the circuit. You will not forget a LegPuppy show in a hurry.
The band consist of:
Darren Laurence - Songwriter, synths, drum machines, sampler, vocalist
Claire Jones - Songwriter, vocalist, keyboards, acoustic guitar
Phil Bellinger aka Pups - Guitar, keyboard
Simon James aka Hugo Bamoboo - Clown, vocalist
Darren & Claire formed LegPuppy at a house party in Wales. Everyone else was name-dropping and showing off with their band names, so when asked if they were in a band, they both replied with yep, out popped Leg from Claire & Puppy from Darren, the rest is history.
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The duo craft a fiercely original sound, spanning post-rock, electronica, industrial, ambient & drone to frame frontman & multi-instrumentalist Tom Ridley's dreamy vocal and percussionist Finn Mclean's visceral rhythm.
Using live loops and sequencing, the duo reinterpret the material for the stage and deliver a beautifully intense live experience.
Producer/solo artist Theodore Braithewaite is joined on stage by his band: Benn Pedders, Ben Clancy and Dan Gervaus. Percussion-heavy and at once dream-like visceral, the band's reimagining of Theo B's tracks is hard-hitting and intense.
A Standard Model
A dysfunctional abstraction. Weakend punk and electromondaynity. London / Rio de Janeiro / Stoke-on-Trent.
Music Genres: Bass Music, Electro, Electronic, Punk, Rock & Roll
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