Bang the Bore take part in a Resonance FM broadcast about the Supernormal Festival. Link us, yeah?
Archive for March, 2012
Left Bank, Leeds: John Butcher, Gino Robair & Paul Hession Line up: John Butcher & Gino Robair (duo), Paul Hession (solo), Seth Cooke, Clive Henry & Kevin Sanders (trio) 8pm – 11pm, Thursday 3rd May 2012 Left Bank, Cardigan Road, Leeds, LS6 1LJ £8.00 on the door or £7.00 in advance Advance tickets available from […]
This will be the first performance of a work-in-progress version of Twelve Tapes – a composition for twelve cassette tapes, each containing performances in B, recorded in enclosed, multi-storey and underground car parks, played in any number or combination with any number of musicians performing live with any instrumentation. The gallery’s website incorrectly credits this […]
Quite a fun news story. Former Bang the Bore host venue, The Hobbit, is getting threatened with legal action by the people behind the theatrical adaptation of The Hobbit. Even Stephen Fry’s in on the act. So it was inevitable that the Boromir Meme would be deployed as the first line of defence from an […]
Pete Cann has just send me amended details for the Leeds Noise all-dayer on Saturday 24th March. It seems we’re unwelcome at The Fenton – they “have a problem with this kind of music.” So do I, The Fenton. So do I. So instead it’s at Wharf Chambers, for which we need to add: “Wharf […]
This evening, on my commute home from work, I managed to catch the second half of Material World on Radio 4. A couple of things caught my ear. First, a brief (and frankly rather dull) interview with a scientist investigating annoying noises, who clearly needs to be introduced to Greta Pistaceci and Richard Thomas, two […]
Grapevine-heeders may have got wind of this already, but for those of you who haven’t – Bang the Bore will be part-curating Supernormal festival, August 10th-12th 2012. Myself (Kev/ Hákarl), Colin (Tatty Seaside Town promotions) and Jimmy (Teeth of the Sea) will be doing a radio show on Resonance FM tomorrow night from around 8pm […]