22 November 2013
RECORD RELEASE PARTY to celebrate the release of the fantastic new LP by The London Dirthole Company THE SOUNDING ALLEY TAPES
@ The Underdog Gallery
Arch 6, Crucifix Lane, LONDON SE1 3JW
entrance £5 (includes £4 record token to be used on the night only!)
black vinyl £10
previous live shows:
Saturday 6 April 2013
CLUB HELL: THE ATROCITY EXHIBITION
The Others, 6-8 Manor Rd, LONDON N16 5SA
Free B4 8pm, otherwise £7/£5 if dressed as The Apocalypse
CLUB HELL RETURNS WITH: THE ATROCITY EXHIBITION
Visual aberrations in the Apocalypse Lounge:
Decaying collages of the end of civilisation by SEXTON MING
Sex, death, beastly chimeras courtesy of JONI BELARUSKI
The Tarot according to ELLA GURU & THE STUCKIST ART MOVEMENT: Dictators, drunks, rock n’ roll popes & transvestite soothsayers stumbling through cities in decay.
Darkness, pain & perversion brought to you by CHRIS YATES
The influence of life, death, and sex rituals on society rendered in avant-garde photomontage by ANI LANG
Musical accompaniment from:
THE LONDON DIRTHOLE COMPANY
Around 5 drummers, 5 guitarist/bass/etc players. With all kinds of special guests.
Whatever they think they’re doing at the time. I can’t keep up, frankly.
They’ve been compared to The Fall & The Velvet Underground, perhaps because they were mavericks, as well. But this lot are a different kettle of fish entirely.
Marvellously controlled, dynamic chaos. If you like things, you’d like this.
” Euphoric, gleeful sonic violence. Go there.” –
A moronic inferno. The new stuff, after half a bottle of whiskey, sounds like you’ve been touched by the hand of God. Sounds damn fine when sober, to boot. He went to live in Morocco, and something must have happened out there. Something savage and deranged. Now he sounds like Reverend Beat Man having a particularly psychotic episode.
If you like that sort of thing.
DDR MAN (SEXTON MING)
By night, Sexton Ming becomes DDR Man. He sings you songs, garbed solely in a thong & a WW1 German gas mask. DDR Man lives in the murky netherzone between comedy and terror. In a crazed, post-apocalyptic future, he could be your dad. Or something even worse. Think about that.Go on.
Here he is coming to grips with Love Is The Drug by Roxy Music:
“The Thinking Man’s GG Allin…”
‘The most abominable thing I’ve ever seen’ – Germaine Greer
‘I peed myself a little’ – Antonin Artaud
CHILDREN OF THE DAMNED
…Are literally children. 5-10 years of age. They first congealed in 2009 to play a filthy, deranged version of We’re All Going To Hell by The Bastard Fairies, and promptly went away somewhere.Now they’ve reformed. Only not in that way. And they are legion. They’ll be backed by very special guests; saying what they’re going
to do would spoil the surprise. Think Kinder Neubabuten proto-punk on PCP, with children, and you’d be halfway there.
FRAGMENTS OF FILTH
Mindboggling, psychotronic morsels from cinema’s back passage.
DJ: BEN HELL
Spinning aimlessly in psychedelic biker surf garage bubblegum porn garage trash, and other things, too.
Saturday April 6th,
Free B4 8pm, otherwise £7/£5 if dressed as The Apocalypse.
The Others, 6-8 Manor Rd, N16 5SA
12 October 2012
Hastings Printworks, Claremont, Hastings
with Quintron and Miss Pussycat
“WELCOME TO 2012!” (alt title: “AAARGH… GET ME OUT OF THE FUCKING HOUSE!”) … on the FIRST FRIDAY of 2012
Friday 6 January 2012
Buffalo Bar, 259 Upper St, N1 1RU London
THE LONDON DIRTHOLE COMPANY onstage 10pm
Tuesday 21 June
A Midsummer Night’s Dram : Improvisations With Paul Burwell
Cafe OTO | 18-22 Ashwin St | Dalston | London | E8 3DL | firstname.lastname@example.org
Tickets: £5 advance / £6 on the door
Friday 29 May 2011
Bank Holiday North London Stomp Festival!!
181 Church Street, Stoke Newington, N16 0UL London, United Kingdom
The London Dirthole Company onstage 9pm
5pm-6pm: The Ricky C Quartet
6pm-7pm: One Fathom Down
7pm-8pm: Suri Et Les Copains
9pm-10pm:The London Dirthole Company
10pm-11pm:The Hangee V
Friday 20 May 2011
Bloomsbury Bowling Lanes
Bedford Way, London WC1
with the Beat Seeking Missiles
doors open 7.30pm
The London Dirthole Company onstage 9pm