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"Get In Her Ears LIVE" - Heavy Heart, Tokyo Taboo, Hanya, Scrounge

Windmill Brixton | 22 Blenheim Gardens | SW2 5BZ | London
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HEAVY HEART

In 2016, Heavy Heart embarked on a project to write, record and release a new song each month, building support throughout the year from the likes of The Line of Best Fit, Little Indie Blogs, Dork, 6 Music and Fresh On The Net. During this time, the band also started working with vinyl label I Can & I Will Records, who went on to release all twelve songs as a limited-edition LP called Keepsake in March 2017 (http://bit.ly/KeepsakeHH)

Lead single Fruitfly was chosen as a Future First on Phil Taggart's BBC Radio 1 show, and also got some featured airplay from Steve Lamacq at 6Music and John Kennedy at Radio X.

"Sumptuous - a graceful and rewarding listen" - NME Radar

"Brilliant, nicely fuzzy 90s influenced guitar pop banger that sits perfectly alongside Wolf Alice, INHEAVEN and co" - Dork

https://www.facebook.com/heavyheartmusic/

TOKYO TABOO

London duo Tokyo Taboo’s debut album 6th Street Psychosis is out NOW! The album features ten tenacious, in-your-face tracks that combine the band’s rock and pop punk influences.

"...what we love about this band, first of all is that they’re upbeat, they’re really happy but visually they are brilliant. Their videos are quirky but fantastic and their music is the same” - Huw Stephens Show, BBC Radio 1

http://www.tokyotabooband.com

HANYA

"Brighton’s most exciting two-piece do it again with their atmospheric take on garage rock. The grit, energy and crunching guitar of the chorus seems at odds with the spacey, shimmering verses, but vocalist Heather handles both with ease, switching between her beautiful, soulful tone and a snarl in a split second." - Bristol Live Magazine

https://www.facebook.com/hanyauk/

https://soundcloud.com/hanyaband

SCROUNGE

Scrounge is Lucy and Luke. Guitar, drums and a mic.

“They’re capable of juddering the socks off your feet, and rocking you quietly into a cry-sleep alike.” – DIY Magazine

https://www.facebook.com/helloscrounge/

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Heavy Heart rock // pop -

Rock band from London.
In 2016, we wrote, recorded and released a new song every month. All 12 songs out now as a limited-edition red vinyl LP through I Can & I Will: http://bit.ly/KeepsakeHH

"Their latest lush alt-rock single expands on the band's tremendous promise" - The Line of Best Fit

"A graceful and rewarding listen" - NME

"Elegant songwriting...a truly exciting new indie band" - Killing Moon

"The kind of brilliant, nicely fuzzy 90s influenced guitar pop banger that sits perfectly alongside Wolf Alice, INHEAVEN and co" - Dork

"Think Belly and Throwing Muses...this will get under your skin on first hearing” - Turn Up The Volume

"A song that positively blossoms... another impressive stride forward" - GoldFlakePaint

"They’re not fucking around...does well to stay ahead of the pack" - DIY

“A heavenly, mellifluous dreampop collection" - Little Indie Blogs

"I’d liken the band to haze pop greats Pains Of Being Pure At Heart with a bit more bite” - Austin Town Hall

“You’re in the presence of a band that can captivate a crowd whilst connecting intimately” - HiddenHerd

"One of the most addictive songs of 2016, an unassuming and gentle dream-rock anthem, both melodic and atmospheric in equal measure" - Podcart

"A transcendental, mesmerising alt-rock track that will have you wearing out the repeat button" - Adventures In Music

"Reminds us of all of the awesome parts of the 90s, full of airy, dreamy, shoegazey goodness” - The Revue

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HANYA grunge // soul -

Previously Post-Heather

"Brighton’s most exciting two-piece do it again with their atmospheric take on garage rock.
The grit, energy and crunching guitar of the chorus seems at odds with the spacey, shimmering verses, but vocalist Heather handles both with ease, switching between her beautiful, soulful tone and a snarl in a split second." - Bristol Live Magazine.

'This duo are exponents of introspective lyrics and stark musicality.' God is in the TV Zine.

'Brighton’s Grunge-Shoegazing duo Post-Heather were a surprise hit at last year’s Alternative Escape, and this year they’re back for more! Their ability to mix a Riot Grrrl sensibility, introspective lyrics, and hypnotic drone-y guitars makes them greater than the sum of their parts. Rumour has it that they’ve spent the winter writing their debut album, and this set will be full of future classics.' - Drowned in Sound.

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Scrounge rock -

“They’re capable of juddering the socks off your feet, and rocking you quietly into a cry-sleep alike.” – DIY Magazine “There’s so much I like about this… we all need some Scrounge in our lives.” – Adam Walton, BBC Radio Wales “Lucy’s voice is something to admire; both rich and vociferous when required, the duo can sound like the sum of their numbers or rival a full quintet with their projected sound.
Straddling between more psychedelic offerings with thoughtful lyricism to full-on outburst with supporting aggressive riffs. Whatever’s cooking in the Scrounge camp, the result is unmissable.” – Fortitude Magazine “Such raw talent” – Elise Cobain, BBC Radio1/Amazing Radio

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Tokyo Taboo pop // rock -

London duo Tokyo Taboo’s debut album 6th Street Psychosis is out 24th March 2017 via TT Records.
The album features ten tenacious, in-your-face tracks that combine the band’s rock and pop punk influences.

The duo comprise of singer Dolly Daggerz and guitarist Mike, who are joined by a band for their live shows. Dolly takes inspiration from iconic performers from Heart to David Bowie and Karen O and Mike simply loves a good riff. Tokyo Taboo is a perfect amalgamation of Dolly and Mike’s influences; inspired by Manga, Japanese culture, drag and 80s fashion, they are true performers, with an image that equals the intense vibrancy of what you hear on record.

Featuring hectic, heart-pounding hooks and soaring rock-inspired vocals, Tokyo Taboo cover a range of subjects on the album, which was recorded in Downtown LA. From Dolly’s quarter life crisis to politics and vulnerability, they aren’t afraid of smashing the expectations of ‘the industry’ whilst wearing their hearts on their sleeves - cuts, bruises, tears and all.

On the album, ’Bubbilicious’ is a racing, high-octane opener, whilst ‘Emotional Suicide’ is filled with an uptempo, feisty power and ‘N.A.R.C.I.S.M’ oozes brutal honesty, raw riffs and dark undertones. Meanwhile, single Make It Out Alive was inspired by the vote to bomb Syria and the feeling of frustration, hopelessness and anger Dolly felt, which seethe through the music as she spits and snarls each lyric over Mike’s raucous riffs.

Make It Out Alive gained support from the likes of Radio X and BBC Radio 1 and with 6th Street Psychosis out soon, Tokyo Taboo hope to bring their own brand of modern pop punk kicking and screaming into the public consciousness.

Critical acclaim:

"[…] what we love about this band, first of all is that they’re upbeat, they’re really happy but visually they are brilliant. Their videos are quirky but fantastic and their music is the same” Huw Stephens Show, BBC Radio 1

"Big, brash and boisterous, singer Dolly Daggerz summons up vocal inspiration from the likes of Karen O from Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Wendy James of Transvision Vamp and even the great Lene Lovich here on this rowdy workout. The guitars are cranked firmly up to 11 but it never strays from a killer hook-filled melody running throughout." Record of the Day

“…fighting against the patriarchy one fuzz pop belter at a time.” Clash

"a visceral collection of unapologetic pop-punk..." team rock

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TokyoTaboo punk // pop -

Debut album '6th Street Psychosis' out now!
Vinyl, CD, download & stream: http://smarturl.it/6SP
Watch 'Papercut' the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CiK29xssd00

London duo Tokyo Taboo’s debut album 6th Street Psychosis is out 24th March 2017 via TT Records.
The album features ten tenacious, in-your-face tracks that combine the band’s rock and pop punk influences.

The duo comprise of singer Dolly Daggerz and guitarist Mike, who are joined by a band for their live shows. Dolly takes inspiration from iconic performers from Heart to David Bowie and Karen O and Mike simply loves a good riff. Tokyo Taboo is a perfect amalgamation of Dolly and Mike’s influences; inspired by Manga, Japanese culture, drag and 80s fashion, they are true performers, with an image that equals the intense vibrancy of what you hear on record.

Featuring hectic, heart-pounding hooks and soaring rock-inspired vocals, Tokyo Taboo cover a range of subjects on the album, which was recorded in Downtown LA. From Dolly’s quarter life crisis to politics and vulnerability, they aren’t afraid of smashing the expectations of ‘the industry’ whilst wearing their hearts on their sleeves - cuts, bruises, tears and all.

On the album, ’Bubbilicious’ is a racing, high-octane opener, whilst ‘Emotional Suicide’ is filled with an uptempo, feisty power and ‘N.A.R.C.I.S.M’ oozes brutal honesty, raw riffs and dark undertones. Meanwhile, single Make It Out Alive was inspired by the vote to bomb Syria and the feeling of frustration, hopelessness and anger Dolly felt, which seethe through the music as she spits and snarls each lyric over Mike’s raucous riffs.

Make It Out Alive gained support from the likes of Radio X and BBC Radio 1 and with 6th Street Psychosis out soon, Tokyo Taboo hope to bring their own brand of modern pop punk kicking and screaming into the public consciousness.

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