Rammel Club 31 = Thursday 11th November (benefit gig for Nathan Bell)

Originally planned to be NATHAN BELL (of Lungfish) with Kogumaza and Dusty Bible, we found out on 4th November that Nathan was refused entry to the UK at immigration and sent home. This is something of a colossal downer.
Let us not wallow in this bad news though. Kogumaza will be unrestricted by a 30 min opening slot for the first time ever for their last Nottingham show before hibernating to make an LP, Low Point's Gareth Hardwick ...has been coaxed out of gig hiatus, Dusty Bible got through immigration about 15 years ago, Chameleon is booked, the door price is lowered, Nick's got a load of booze in from Lidl and we demand your attendance.

RAMMEL CLUB in association with DAMN YOU! presents...

Kogumaza is people from Bob Tilton, Lords, Wolves Of Greece and more making thick, shimmering riff cycles pitched somewhere between a budget Black Sabbath and Spacemen 3 on half speed playing forever. Frequencies are shifted, drums are echoed to infinity and beautiful patterns emerge from the fuzz and stay trapped in your brain for weeks.

Low Point Records (Machinefabriek, Strategy etc) owner Gareth Hardwick returns to the live arena at long last.
"While many experimental artists tend to shy away from intimacy...the cliched presumption of instrumental music being incapable of dealing with private issues in a specific way was effectively disproved by suggestive soundscapes which burned with joy, pain, elation and desire – even if they hardly ever rose above a whisper"

Hoarse blues with a whiff of sulphur and three day old booze.

The CHAMELEON Arts Cafe, Nottingham [MAP]
(Old Market sq / alleyway next to the Bell Inn, above Clinton Cards)
8pm doors -- £3 on the door (we'll send the proceeds onto to Nathan Bell to help pay for the wasted airfare so be sure to come down)

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