WENDYKURK, KIPPERWIG, CARBONVEIN, LOGIC OF IMPOSSIBILITY @ Hendre Hall, Bangor

By |June 12th, 2003|0 Comments


(review & pix by Neil Crud, with a little help from Wayne The Bastard)

Valleum, Wendykurk, Dodos, Midasuno @ Hendre Hall, Bangor

By |May 16th, 2003|0 Comments

(by The Goth)

A late arrival meant I only caught half The Do Do’s set (which was too much) & nothing of Midasuno but the stories about their show was that the South Walians blew the growing audience away. Do Do’s & Ectogram member Alan Holmes later said; “Midasuno were in fact very good last night – far too good to be cheapened by any awards. It’s a long time since I’ve seen such an energetic bunch on stage – I needed to sit down to get my breath back just from watching them.”

Wendykurk, Valleum, Ectogram, The Raven @ Railway Institute, Bangor

By |April 26th, 2003|1 Comment

(review & pix by Neil Crud)

Steve Rastin reviewed a 4Q gig 15½ years ago & complained that for £2 he got 4 bands & only just got his money’s worth. One & a half decades later inflation has doubled the entry fee & I was on the verge of thinking the same thing.

Wendykurk, Nameless, Nuke @ Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff

By |January 14th, 2003|0 Comments

(by Tom Price)

Stress has been a bit of a factor in the Price house over the last few days hopefully it will not effect the quality of this review too much. But before we start quick pop quiz, name 5 bands connected to Alan Holmes (use this site if you must)? (I need a get out clause after the last review someone did of one of these bands).

ARCHIVE GIG – Wendykurk, Nameless, Nuke @ Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff

By |January 12th, 2003|0 Comments

(by Tom Price)

wendykurk
Stress has been a bit of a factor in the Price house over the last few days hopefully it will not effect the quality of this review too much. But before we start quick pop quiz, name 5 bands connected to Alan Holmes (use this site if you must)? (I need a get out clause after the last review someone did of one of these bands).
Well the day final arrived and I, like many, have been waiting for this gig for just over 6 months now but when I last saw Wendykurk play back in Hendre Hall communications had seem to have slipped as sometimes they do (God it’s hard enough to get bios from some of these bands let alone get them out of their home towns) so we have had to wait a little bit longer than we might have done. The value of networking. This makes it the 3rd time I have seen the ‘kurk, am almost losing count of the times for Nameless, which leaves NUKE as the new band to check out.