Parkinson's UK fundraiser:
Totem Terrors (A special one off reformation of the original lineup!!!)
Sunday 4th March 2018
The Moon Cardiff
7pm Ages 18+
£9 plus booking fee
Limited amount of tickets available from Spillers, Diverse or seetickets.com/event/parkinson-s-uk-fundraiser-euros-childs/the-moon/1194577
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EUROS CHILDS needs no introduction really. Former Gorky’s Zygotic Mynci frontman who has now released 12 solo albums (At his super prolific work rate there may well be 13 by the time you read this!).
Consistently producing some of the most interesting and undefinable music around, his seemingly innate sense of melody is truly unique and a joy to behold.
We are super happy Euros (backed up by the equally legendary Rosie Smith) has kindly agreed to play for us in the intimate setting of The Moon. This is going to be a treat for everyone!
THREATMANTICS are all things to all people. Swooping from tender folksy whispers to full throated metallic roars at the drop of a hi-hat. Equally at home in a basement or a barn they liven up proceedings wherever they go. The only question is: Will there be enough room to swing a viola bow in The Moon?!
TOTEM TERRORS are performing as a duo (original lineup of Max Hicks and Rosie Smith) for the first time in several years. Their starkly minimal angular yet melodic drum machine driven post-punk is a force to be reckoned with.
This is a one off performance not to be missed!
GINDRINKER are at the bottom of the bill, as is traditional. They have been skulking around the lower reaches and darkened corners of the Cardiff music scene (whatever that means this week) for over a decade now. Their cornet / guitar / drum machine skronk and scree tends to confuse and delight in equal measures.
We can’t thanks all these awesome bands enough for giving up their time and agreeing to play this show to help raise money for Parkinson’s UK.