We’re back with our good friends Frauds for the third installment of our irregular night of loud music at Croydon’s finest independent music venue, Hoodoo’s. The first two were such a blast that we’ve doubled up to make part three a six-hour, seven-band extravaganza, but we’re keeping the price at a bargain £5. Be sure to arrive in time for doors at 5 o’clock to catch the first bands.
Our friends and co-conspirators, Frauds will be bringing their brand of ferocious post-hardcore, feedback strewn grunge and amusing banter back to Hoodoo’s once more.
HERE ARE THE YOUNG MEN & UNCLE PEANUT
Some things just have to be experienced to be experienced to be fully understood and Reading’s idiosynchratic punk ramblers HATYM & Uncle Peanut and the world that they’ve created for their vehement oddities certainly fall into that category.
GHOST KINGS OF THE FIVE REGIONS
Doomy post-rock with hip hop vibes – kind of like what Mogwai and Death Grips might sound like if they ever got together.
A 3 piece noise machine from Brighton. Scuzzy punk with some dirty metal riffage with ex-Eighties Matchbox B-Line Disaster drummer Matt Ling behind the kit.
Rich, noisy stoner-psych-sludge from former members of The Voodoo Binmen.
Croydonians in exile, now based in Brighton, Junkyard Choir return with their raw mix of bluesy garage rock and grunge.
HOT SAUCE PONY
Describing themselves as ‘ambient avant-hard’, Hot Sauce Pony are from Brixton and feature current and/or ex-members of Rat The Magnificent & Stuffy & The Fuses.