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Suzuki Junzo/ Frankie Teardrop Dead on Tuesday 20th November 2018
Fishbowl Events are proud to present:
Frankie Teardrop Dead
We're very excited to be a part of Suzuki's European tour!
The Castle, Whitechapel
Tickets - £4adv / £5 On the door
Suzuki Junzo is a singer / guitarist based in Tokyo, Japan. Member of Tokyo psych veterans MIMINOKOTO and 20 Guilders (Duo with Mitsuru Tabata of Boredoms / Zeni Gave / Acid Mothers Temple.
In recent years, Japanese guitarist Suzuki Junzo focussed and stripped down with A 21st century drone / space-electric blues albums from UTECH RECORDS / NOD AND SMILE RECORDS and has toured over the US/EU/UK.
Think crystalline guitar passages soaked in reverb and distorted sadness. Junzo's recent solo albums are joined by Ikuro Takahashi of LSD March, Kousokuya, and ex-drummer of Fushitsusha and High Rise and engineered by Richard Horner at Black Snow Flake Sound in Sapporo / Hookaido.
Suzuki has collaborated with The Cosmic Dead and many others.
You can find his work on Bandcamp.
Frankie Teardrop Dead
Frankie Teardrop Dead have been developing their sound over the last four years, working from their sonic bunker deep inside the concrete chaos of Fountayne Road in North London.
Expertly connecting the energies of Neo-psychedelia, Shoegaze, Dreampop and Post-punk. FTD released their debut album 'Better Than Some, Worse Than Others' late in 2015.
The five-piece, comprising of Ben, Carling, The Sloth, Luigi and Eric have since been conjuring up their most ambitious project to date - 'All You Need Is Love And Fucking Peace.'- set to mind melts in September 2018 with Echoes of Primal Scream, Velvet Underground, Brian Jonestown Massacre and The Cure to permeate the huge soundscapes of their 2nd LP, which looks poised to blow the lid of the UK Psych-scene.
Since sharing the stage with bands such as Telescopes, Vibravoid, Dreamweapon and The Cambodian Space Project, the band have attracted a devoted underground following for their cosmic London shows.
Music Genres: Alternative, Rock
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