This Weekend Live Music: Edinburgh Band ‘Birdhead’

Birdhead’s music is described as Krautrock, New Wave, Rock n Roll, Garage, Techno, Punk & Blues. With Skilled guitar shredding and new wave/electro vibes hitting you from the start. The band recently played T In The Park but this weekend (Saturday 30th August) they will be hitting up the Lincoln Imp.

Float Like Angels Promotions proudly presents a strong line up of bands with a range of Folk, Indie, Techno Punk and blues.

Birdhead – Techno, Punk, Blues from Edinburgh

The Subterranean Gentlemen – Surf Punk from Scarborough

Sewer Rats – Stoned Blues,Skate Punk from Immingham

The Lame – Indie,Alt Rock from Scunthorpe

Ramble Gamble – Folk, Rock from Scunthorpe

Doors 7pm – 1st act 7.30pm

Tickets £5 Door price £6

What people are saying about Birdhead:

“The authentic, often overpowering rawness of their sound (Stephen Donkin’s vocal echoes the distorted, staccato rawness of The Fall’s Mark E Smith) and purposeful krautrock-style repetition of David Nicklen’s drumming worked particularly well” **** – The Scotsman

“It’s an odd combination to get your head around but when they kick off with opening song Tourist it soon becomes apparent that this actually works, and, it’s really frickin good…” Crocodile Pop

“a hypnotic Edinburgh duo, specialising in krautrock and post-punk. A band I’m tipping for 2011.” Vic Galloway

“Surprise of the night was Birdhead who sounded very much like the product of a behind the bike shed liaison between Scars and Fuck Buttons” – Manic Pop Thrills


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