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Go!zilla + Table Scraps + Support

Acid Box Promotions are thrilled to welcome back not 1 but 2 garage rock gurus!

Sunday 7th October
Sticky Mike's Frog Bar
Tickets £6adv / £8otd /

'Modern Jungle’s Prisoners’ Is the beginning of a new sound adventure for the 5 Italians - Luca Landi (voice and guitar), Mattia Biagiotti (guitar), Fabio Ricciolo (drum), Niccolò Odori (Synth and percussions) and Federico Sereni (bass). From the psych rock of 2015’s ’Sinking In Your Sea’ - the bands sophomore album and 2012’s psychedelic fuzz punk debut album 'Grabbing a Crocodile' to exploring new and original sound territories the band needed to find to give life to a concept album about mental captivity in the urban jungle: thousands of different colors representing a unique journey, a mix between the past, the present and the future of the band.
A special collaboration with Enrico Gabrielli (Pj Harvey, Calibro 35 etc) who plays sax in “Falling Down Ground” and Thomas Hoepker, author of the picture on the front cover: a mural of a forest in the South Bronx that visually describes exactly where “Modern Jungle’s Prisoners is coming from. 
'Modern Jungle’s Prisoners’ will be released on September 28th 2018 by French label Teenage Menopause Records.

Table Scraps
From the post-industrial graveyard of Birmingham came Table Scraps. Fusing the DNA of Black Flag, King Gizz, Melvins, The Kinks and, yes, Black Sabbath, the trio comfortably treat rock music with all the irony and self-awareness necessary in the 21st century, whilst still possessing the chops required for timeless songwriting: irritatingly strong ear worms, tectonic riffs and, perhaps most importantly, not overthinking or being too precious about things.

After self-releasing a handful of highly praised 7"s and an LP, as well as holding their own alongside heavyweights such as The Fat White Family, Idles, Black Lips, Yak, Buzzcocks and The Stranglers, the 'Scraps soon found interest after plays on Radio 1 and BBC 6 Music started to rack up. However, they insisted on continuing to do things their own way: self-recording, producing their own nightmare worlds in zines and shooting their own B-movie style videos.

'Autonomy', the most recent album, surfaced in February 2018 to much enthusiasm and Dave Wyndorf (Monster Magnet) contacted the band personally to ask them to join their European tour. He's one of several well-informed individuals who know (Joe Talbot of IDLES and Grace Jones included) that it's only a matter of time before Table Scraps go on to much bigger and better things.

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Earlier Event: October 6
Between The Tropics - #16