On the 28th of April Kotodama Promotions will be turning one year old, so they're throwing a party to celebrate a year of putting on some of the best bands from the North and beyond.
They’ll be hosting a special evening at The Whiskey Jar from 7.30pm with night of alternative rock and psych with Liberty Ship, Hello Operator, Solis and Apathy.
Kotodama Present: Liberty Ship + Hello Operator and Guests
Saturday 28 April, 7.30pm (£6)
We're super excited to present the Official Music Video for our current single "Cast Away", which was Produced by Ed Cosens (Reverend And The Makers) with Dave Sanderson at 2Fly Studios in Sheffield, with exclusive artwork by Kid Acne.The video features footage from our performances for This Feeling #JackRocks at Isle of Wight Festival, Y Not Festival & Leeds Festival and at Kendal Calling for Off Axis as well as footage from our hometown shows at The Leadmill, O2 Academy Sheffield and The Harley / Harley Live!FORTHCOMING SHOWS:Saturday 21st April 2017 – Free Acoustic Show at 4pm at Record Junkee for Record Store Day 2017Sunday 30th April 2017 – The Cutlers Arms, Rotherham with The LeathernecksSaturday 17th June 2017 – This Feeling at PlugFriday 21st July 2017 – opening the Main Stage at Tramlines for The LibertinesDOWNLOAD "CAST AWAY":iTunes – https://goo.gl/DQZ2VPBandcamp – https://goo.gl/K19EPkAmazon.co.uk – https://goo.gl/L7HPbKSTREAM "CAST AWAY":Spotify – https://goo.gl/3FE4GqYouTube – https://goo.gl/2eAfScSoundCloud – https://goo.gl/DT6gje
Gepostet von Liberty Ship am Mittwoch, 19. April 2017
“We’ve heard two [Liberty Ship] tracks set for release early this year and they are, no word of a lie, phenomenal. Lee Mavers like phenomenal. That good.” – This Feeling / Fred Perry Subculture
“[Liberty Ship] really are on it at the moment, the new stuff we’ve had through from these lads has been PHENOMENAL!” – Christian Carlisle, BBC Introducing Sheffield.
– HELLO OPERATOR – ‘OOSH’ – * * * VIDEO OUT NOW * * * – \ -FEEL THA PHUNK- // – Tickets: https://goo.gl/Xgh7sZMANCHESTER Jimmy's Oct 5th + 6th LONDON Camden Assembly Nov 24th#OOSH“There’s a place up north-west called Oswick. Folklore riddles the air of an estranged lady who once dwelled the outskirts. On the eve of each new year, she could be found twirling at the back of the ballroom, casting dark pirouettes across the floor. According to local belief, whenever the good folk that now reside there appear to be stiffed by the decision makers, an odd, unforgiving howl can be heard coming from the hall. People like to think it’s the Lady of Oswick, riling the villagers. “Anyway, we were driving through one night after a show. Engulfed by the fog, we pulled over and waited for it to pass. Then, the strangest sound, violent, mystifying; the moss shrieked beneath the wheels. Pete grabbed his phone and managed to catch a couple minutes of it. A few days later we decided to listen back. We toyed with it a bit, sped it up, slowed it down, played it backward all that shit. After we made a few cuts and twists, this is what came out. We just wanted to pass it on, and see if anyone else could make sense of the damn thing.”
Gepostet von Hello Operator am Freitag, 29. September 2017
With its colossal opening stomp, raucous debut single ‘Stephanie’ saw Hello Operator smash through the glass ceiling of public expectation. In April 2016, the North Yorkshire lads’ first emission of fuzz fuelled rock was championed on BBC Radio 1’s ‘Introducing Track of the Week’. Since then, the band have released follow up singles ‘Operator Hour’ and ‘Vex Money’, and four-track mammoth ‘Love is a Loan EP’.
The Whiskey Jar, 14 Tariff St, Manchester M1 2FF
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