Le Ton Mité + Not Sorry + Caramel
The second ever London show of Le Ton Mité, a Belgian musical cooperative that revolves around the compositions of Deerhoof affiliated itinerant musician, instrument maker and artist McCloud Zicmuse, an idiosyncratic blend of pop, childrens music and jazz performed by a baroque style quartet.
The band will perform selections from their cornucopic new album “Passé Composé Futur Conditionnel” about which Mojo’s Ben Thompson made the following very accurate assessment:
“While the prospect of 50 different tracks might seem daunting, canny sequencing elides potentially disruptive transitions so that spaced out southern soul james, euphoric indie-pop (the Seattle celebrating Space Needle is the cannily irresistible lead track), Moondog-influenced stompers and implicit Pavement tributes do not just coexist but interact fruitfully.”
In other words, THEY ARE REALLY GOOD.
NOT SORRY are four slinky-synth, disco-punx from London, featuring members of Joey Fourr and Ravioli Me Away. Check out their recent split tape with Holysix on Good Job/SixSixSixties for plenty of woozy, sometimes disquieting, always irrefutable pop bangers.
THEY ARE REALLY GOOD.
Once lorded as the ‘most slam-dunkable band of 2017’ Caramel play a delightful blend of scrunchy psyche synth pop. THEY ARE REALLY GOOD TOO.
Poster art by Sasha Moxon: email@example.com