Go-Kart Mozart/Zahnpasta Brothers/DJs- Star & Shadow Cinema NEWCASTLE 29/6

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Go-Kart Mozart/Zahnpasta Brothers/DJs- Star & Shadow Cinema NEWCASTLE 29/6

Post by clunkie67 » Mon Apr 30, 2018 11:20

........Lawrence takes over at Go-Kart Mozart live at the Star And Shadow on the hot dog street of Warwick Street.........

The Star and Shadow Cinema presents

Go-Kart Mozart w/ ZahnpastaBros + DJs
Advance early bird tickets: £10 from online: https://goo.gl/suyqML A Ding Ding Ding Ding Dong!!
£7 concessions also available on the night.

Go-Kart Mozart

It's taken a while, given that he is 56 and yet to break out of cult stardom, but the time of Lawrence is finally arriving. This Birmingham iconoclast set the template for tasteful indie pop with the dreamlike, serious-minded band Felt, who released an album a year throughout the 80s. Then he took something of a U-turn and embraced 1970s pop kitsch with Denim, who almost had a hit in 1997 with the single Summer Smash until Princess Diana died in a car crash and the label melted all remaining copies. Go-Kart Mozart is Lawrence’s response to such terrible luck; a “B-side band”, in his words, who abandoned all hope of commercial success with chirpy songs about poverty, drug addiction and despair. After all these years, however, Lawrence’s originality and humour is finally connecting. Wearing a glittery tie and a baseball cap, Lawrence is backed by Terry Miles (something of a keys virtuoso) on a bank of vintage synths and together they play what on the surface sounds like escapist novelty pop, is in actual fact brutally honest. Relative Poverty, with its singalong line “I’m living on a tenner a day”, sets Lawrence’s reduced circumstances to a tinny glam rock beat and When You’re Depressed sees his gloomy state with deceptive jollity. Drinkin’ Um Bongo must also surely be the world’s only pop ditty about the Rwandan genocide.

Don't miss GKM's Newcastle debut at the Star And Shadow V.2!

w/ Zahnpasta Brothers

Zahnpasta Brothers are Micheal Patterson and Christo Wallers; a politically correct duo from the North East, harmoniously mixing males from different social backgrounds in a successful integration project

+ DJ Michael Clunkie


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