Beestung Lips

Bee Stung Lips
Spewed up from the murky depths of Birmingham at some point in mid 2006, Bee Stung Lips is a four-headed hideous beast, with blood-shot eyes and tentacles stretching far back into the Midlands music scene. They create a provocative mixture of wilfully abrasive noise and viscera-shredding rock n roll. Rapidly garnering a sizeable reputation for their infamous live performances, they are currently rampaging across the UK in a whirlwind of chaos, phlegm, and bare flesh. It’s only right that they will be our first release on Capsule Records.
www.myspace.com/beestunglips1

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Shady Bard

Shady Bard
Their line up is a miniature indie orchestra of pianos, guitars, casio tones, violin, cello, French horn and samples. The result is beautiful, frail torchlight melodies; broken and melancholy, this is hauntingly mysterious and rich. The songs take on a life of their own and you get completely enveloped in Shady Bards world.
www.myspace.com/shadybard

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PCM

PCM
PCM are Neil Harvey and Nik Wells and since their inception in 1990 have been mainstays of the Birmingham music scene, they deliver an uncompromisingly dark and aggressive take on drum and bass that is all their own, while still managing to instill a huge amount of dancefloor friendly breaks through the brutality of their music, this is a chance to see them in their most favourite environment, a dark, sweaty venue, late at night where they don’t have to take any prisoners.
http://www.myspace.com/p_c_m

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Qui

QUI
The Los Angeles trio is Paul Christensen on drums, Matt Cronk on guitar, and David Yow. If you’re a Scratch Acid or Jesus Lizard fan, Qui sounds like a grungier sampling of both, with a little psychedelic stoner rock thrown in. Awesome riffs, pounding heavy beats and Yow snarling like he means it.
www.myspace.com/qui

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Voice Of The Seven Woods

Voice Of The Seven Woods
Rick Tomlinson has enlisted the skills of a drummer in a quest to create the authentic sound typified by the likes of Terry Cox in Pentangle with an added rhythmic influence of Turkish Psychedelic bands first heard in the mid 70’s. Drummer, ‘Chris Walmsley’ who has recorded with forward thinking groups like Broadcast is the perfect reactionary accompaniment to Rick’s sporadic flirtations with time and tempo through baroque-jazz-rock, acid folk and South Eastern psychedelia.
www.myspace.com/voiceofthesevenwoods

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