ODD GNOME presents a double-header of fuzzy psych-garage rock ‘n roll as Dragged Up and Pill Fangs join forces in Northwich – not be missed!
Pill Fangs (Lancaster):
Fuzzy British garage rock four piece led by Dan Haywood, described by Record Collector Magazine as ”the best songwriter you’ve probably never heard of”
Pill Fangs is celebrating the release of its fourth album ‘PF7’. With a record collection heavy on the Vs; (Voidoids, Ventures and Velvet Underground- but not Vangelis), Pill Fangs play heady sets taking in break-neck boogies, feedback threnodies and Black Country doo-wop, all loaded with with Dan’s unique lyrical bombs. The band has opened for Damo Suzuki, Mekons, Undertones, BC Camplight and more.
”This is a band stretching itself beyond its initial premise and creating a vision of its own. What sets them apart is that they have their very own wordsmith to match the greats they so admire.” LOUDER THAN WAR
Dragged Up (Glasgow):
Formed in late 2018, with members from Trembling Bells, Vom, The Owsley Sunshine and Las Mitras. Their debut mini-album “D/U” was released in 2020, show-casing their seamless cross-pollination of doom, psych, proto-punk, garage, and spoken word, to positive reviews and critical acclaim. They have opened for acts such as Acid Mothers Temple, White Hills, No Age, Bo Ningen and Large Plants. Their new EP ‘Hex Domestic’ was released by Cruel Nature Records on September 8th. Catch them for the first time in Northwest England!
“Like classic CBGBs proto-punk transplanted to rain-drenched Scottish streets.” LOUDER THAN WAR
“A coalition of oddball sonics with each member bringing something completely different to the table, and the result is an interesting concoction of ideas from a band that is essential to any DIY scene up and down the country.” SUN 13
£6 ADV // £8 OTD // £4 concessions