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Thursday, November 23rd, 2017
7:00 PM
New Cross Inn and Till The Wheels present

Feed Them To The Forest
Feed Them To The Forest are a rock band from the North of England.
Blending the emotionally charged sound of the late '90s Long Island punk rock scene with a distinctly British twist, FTTTF bring the genre up to date with an intense and energetic live show, laced with hooks, harmonies and anthemic melodies

O'Holy Ghost
ex Britishteeth
https://www.musicglue.com/oholyghost
https://open.spotify.com/artist/1cchXZ6K1bnDNbX9Ym1XtC

SCANDINAVIA
'An album that's stuffed with soul and is smart enough to talk back. 9/10' Drowned in Sound (review of World Power album)

'Excellent...a notch above the competition in the power-pop genre.' Louder than War (live review)

'More than enough imagination, invention and great tunes. A very fine debut indeed.' God Is In The TV (review of Good Living (LP))

'A bold, shimmering, tuneful statement of intent.' Louder than War (review of World Power (LP))

'Jam-packed with sweet yet sophisticated hooks and earnest musings on pop culture, nostalgia, sports and the economy.' Indie Music Box Hong Kong (review of Big Noise! (LP))

'Scandinavia's controlled and catchy melodies fill the floor with dancers. The band's bass player, Amin Samman - who grew up in Hong Kong - has become known for his deep leg lunges, and every time he does one the women in front of the stage look as if they will pass out from excitement'. South China Morning Post (live review)

'Playful protestation with plenty of hooks, World Power is a soft-around-the-edges affair with the most serious of messages.' Monolith cocktail (review of World Power (LP))

'Superb indie rock...it's an album that could just keep on giving.' Real Gone Rocks (review of World Power (LP))

Local Mad Man
Local Mad Man are a four-piece hardcore/punk rock crossover band from south London, UK. FFO: Cro Mags, Discharge, Slapshot & Propagandhi.

Formed in 2007, the brutal vocals of Chris 'José' Josephs are the only remaining legacy from the inception of the band. The current lineup of Local Mad Man could be stated to be a 'super-group' of sorts, with members of The KADT, Lay It On The Line, Wheelie Bin Burial, and 16 Guns all bringing their own diverse musical styles and influences to Local Mad Man's songs. The result of this is that Local Mad Man (as clichéd as it may seem) have at least gone some way into creating a unique sound within their ascribed genre of loud, fast, powerful and angry music.

Local Mad Man are currently working hard, not only playing many gigs across the south of England in support the release of their new EP 'Amongst The Thieves And Liars' to be released through 'Back From The Dead' Records (also available on Bandcamp at http://localmadman.bandcamp.com), but also writing material for their debut album. A preview of the EP was recently launched with the release of 'I've Had Enough', the last (and oldest) song on the record, which is being streamed via SoundCloud at https://soundcloud.com/user-58556940/ive-had-enough.
More details on Local Mad Man can be found via their Facebook page (http://www.facebook.com/Local-Mad-Man-102725753149739) at or via 'Back From The Dead' Records (http://www.facebook.com/backfromthedeadrecs)

Our Lives In Cinema
South London pop-punk. Mostly happy sounding.

Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/4tbvKPoZFq1qWCgzR6jYkM?si=fTq7W8EZ