London Hardcore + Noise Scene collides at The APK.
Friday at the APK
Doors at 9pm
Painted Faces (Punk Rock—London)
Curb (Crusty Top Rope Chuggers—London)
Lapsaria (Doom & Gloom Hardcore—London)
FOAM, (Barely Legal DIY—London)
Colin Heddle, DJ (Most Fast, Most Bulbous—London)
All ages or ask for “David from Curb” and I will get you in on our guest list.
This blog will be revamped SOON. We had a bit of a run in early 2013 but interest died down for a bit but ideas are in motion to get things moving again.
The summer is not that far off and this time we will be prepared. Shows happen in the “off” months as well and we hope to cover them.
If you are interested in helping out in any way please contact us here.
(I also followed back every single blog that follows us and will continue to do so).
Get in touch.
9 track album
Never forget. They were from a certain time in London music where we had really good bands that are all gone.
Peaks played some of the best sets I have seen.
I pushed for a reunion and I will push for one a few years from now.
Listen and enjoy.
Important London band that is sadly gone.
REST IN PEAKS
Happy Holidays from Londonontariodiy to YOU.
Tomorrow Belongs To Us
Brand new Indie Punk Band “Painted Faces” from London! (former Riverside and Bordertown Members) Check out the first single “NYC” and download for free at paintedfacesisaband.bandcamp.com
Tomorrow Night London.
There are also a bunch of other shows but I am a bit bias towards this one.
A word on PWYC shows.
Pay What You Can (PWYC) is a very exciting concept and it is one of the things that separates the punk rock community as a whole from other parts in the regular capitalist entertainment system. I remember the first time coming across PWYC shows and…
People are opening their doors once again in London for shows. While it is a fun time you must also remember bands work very hard to get to that gig, so if you feel the need to cheap out remember you are the reason why the scene is in the shape it currently is.
PWYC not Pay What You Want.
Less than a week from now, we’ll be blowing up Fanshawe’s studios with our second album. We’re extremely excited to do this as it will hopefully be unlike anything we’ve done before. New and old songs will be included and those who remember the days of yore will especially be excited to see some familiar tunes..
We’re unsure of a release date, album name, artwork, or anything of that sort but it’s happening whether you want it to or not.