Baby Strange, Dolomite Minor, Hyena at Elecrowerkz 5 February 2015

Not my first gig of 2015 (Viet Cong had that honour – just didn’t take any photos while I was there, it didn’t feel right!), but this was the first one that I whipped the camera out for a few shots.  All three bands were brilliant, and would definitely see them all again.  Shame about the teenagers in the crowd pretending they were drunk and falling all over people (was it a 16+ gig or a 12+ gig?! Yeah, not so sure…) but you couldn’t fault the bands.

Funnily enough, Slaves were there to watch the bands so I took a sneaky undercover snap of them… playing foosball 🙂



Another NME gig coming up this week with Palma Violets, Fat White Family, Slaves and freshly announced The Wytches (YES) to replace The Amazing Snakeheads who have had to pull out.  No photos this time, just plenty of drinking!


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