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Lobeblender and Black Hole Present... Hey Colossus / AJA / Bruxa Maria and more...

Wagon & Horses, Digbeth, West Midlands

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Fri, 29th Sep 17
Doors Open
7:00 pm
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1:00 am - Sat, 30th Sep 17
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18 and over
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Fresh off the back of bringing the likes of Sly and Family Drone, Theo and Juice Aleem to venues around Birmingham, Lobeblender and Black Hole have joined forces to put on this lot for your aural (and visual) pleasure...

Hey Colosus
Bruxa Maria
Rainbow Grave
Squalor Fan

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Hey Colossus: 

Emerging in a haze of demented riff science and booze-addled abandon, Hey Colossus have carved out a notable niche for themselves in the British underground's murkier quarters. They've dished out a formidable pile of albums over the last decade, specialising in a primordial barrage of abject noise from overheated ampstacks. 

Their albums Cuckoo Live Life Like Cuckoo, Radio Static High and In Black and Gold featured heavily in top 100 lists, and recieved unending praise from fans and critics alike in their respective release years. Their latest, The Guillotine, gave us (and The Quietus - a whole load of goosebumps and sore necks.

They're arguably the standard-bearers for post-millennial British rock music, somehow straddling the line between punk and hardcore, while being neither.

They were last in Birmingham more than 2 years ago, and fuck knows when they'll be back. You should come and check them out...


Using unsettling noise, distressed screams, hand made electronics and found objects pushed through pedals, Aja Ireland's industrial beats and her distorted drone are her very personal, physical interpretation of the contemporary condition. 

AJA has been producing an array of genres from grind noise to techno for the past 5 years. Before focusing her new solo project, she was living and DJing in Berlin and playing in the noise orchestra Batalj. Taking inspiration form the Berlin noise scene while developing her sound, she returned to the UK to launch her new live performance project, challenging the audience by breaking down barriers and pushing limits sonically and visually. 

Influenced by artists like Puce Mary and Pharmakon who are exploring the boundaries between industrial and noise, she has recently toured Europe and the UK and is planning her long awaited solo release in April 2017.

Bruxa Maria:

London noise punks Bruxa Maria. Aggressive and unpredictable, with an acerbic bite and giving more than a passing nod to 80s and 90s noise rock, and post hardcore - each song feels like a microcosm of sorts, with no ground retrodden REFERENCES: BREACH, MADE OUT OF BABIES, CHERUBS, UNSANE, ÅRABROT


Rainbow Grave:

Low Rent Caveman Hate Music.
Influences: Negativity. Despair. Resignation.
Disappointment Guaranteed.

What are 'they' saying about Rainbow Grave? "The music is slow, enormous and very bleak.""Rainbow Grave are hateful...In fact they hate everybody and everything, especially you."


Zac (9) on drums, Millie (8) on vocals and Dave (old) on bass are HAQ123! A power trio from Birmingham, brought up on the sounds of Sabbath and energised by Haribo. 

Still buzzing from their debut performance at Supersonic Festival, HAQ123 promise to deliver bbb:877*0=xcv (sorry, Zac's hamster just walked over the keyboard) heavy, heavy heaviness!