Babas Yaga Hut : great new venue opens in London with intriguing line up of underground bandsWe have no less than 8 shows on sale now for Baba Yaga’s Hut so I thought was definitely worth getting a mailout to your good selves!

There is Terminal Cheesecake’s first show in 20 years, Mainliners first UK show in probably 10 years or more, the return of Acid Mothers Temple, Zombie Zombie’s rescheduled show, Civil Civic and so much more.

Also we have teamed up with Songkick as part of their detour program to help us bring some of our favourite acts to London. You can get all the info on that HERE.

In addition to the mailout you can keep up to date with all BYH shows on Facebook & Twitter

August 8th – Terminal Cheesecake, Bad Guys + Action – £7 Advance: TICKETS

Baba Yaga’s Hut are very proud to present Terminal Cheesecake’s first show in 20 years with support from Bad Guys, at Corsica Studios.

Reforming after a lengthy hiatus in the extreme limits of outer space, legendary noise rock psyche dub merchants Terminal Cheesecake head down to Corsica Studios to unveil their new improved recipe .

With their new lineup of core original members plus friends;

John Jobbagy, Gordon Watson, Russ Smith, Dave Cochrane & Neil Von Gnod will be playing tracks from across the back catalogue… Classic Cheesecake with new added crunchy base and tasty new flavours.

Support:
Bad Guys + Action

Doors 7.30pm

September 18th – Zombie Zombie + Soccer 96 (Birthdays, Dalston) – £9 Advance: TICKETS

Baba Yaga’s Hut is very excited to announce a show at Dalston’s Birthday on September 18th with ZOMBIE ZOMBIE rescheduled from the May show at Corsica Studio’s. Zombie Zombie returned with their 2nd studio album in October 2012, their first since 2006 with a critically acclaimed album of ZZ playing the songs of John Carpenter released in 2011. Prepare for hypnotic rhythms, tribal beats & analog synths!

Support:
Soccer 96

Doors 7.30

September 29th – Kawabata Makoto’s Mainliner + Patent Saints + Dethscalator – £8 Advance: TICKETS

One of the most celebrated Japanese Underground bands have returned! It may have taken over 12 years, but Kawabata Makoto, guitar guru and head honcho in Acid Mothers Temple, has finally decided to get his celebrated ‘psychedelic solid free attack group’ back together. Joining original Mainliner members Kawabata Makoto (motorpsycho guitar) and Koji Shimura (drums) is new recruit Kawabe Taigen of Bo Ningen (bass/vocals) and the trio still kick up one hell of a sonic racket.

Support:
Patent Saints & Dethscalator

Doors 7.30pm

October 14th – Acid Mothers Temple (Cafe Oto Acoustic set): £10 Advance: TICKETS

To compliment Acid Mother’s Temple fully amplified performance at Corsica Studios, the band present their second residency at Cafe Oto, in which they will explore the further limits of their world of deep psychedelia via improvised, acoustic performance. A long extended jam will be accompanied by a liquid light show by Julian Hand.

Doors 7.30pm

October 14th – Endless Boogie – £10 Advance: TICKETS

Formed by a bunch of record collectors and label employees, for 15 years New York’s Endless Boogie have been cranking out unabashedly old-timey, long-winded electric blues in a manner that’s part Canned Heat, part Can: classic rock boiled down to its fundamentals and looped into sublime, hypnotic infinity. On record it is a pleasure – beautifully played and recorded, as on this year’s Long Island – but live it is quite another thrill. In this small warehouse venue, with its searingly loud PA, it is hard to imagine many bands capable of making a more glorious noise.

An extract from The Guardian’s review of Endless Boogie’s last gig for Baba Yaga’s Hut in April. Read the rest here

Doors 7.30pm

October 15th – Acid Mothers Temple (Corsica Studios) – £10 Advance: TICKETS

Acid Mothers Temple is a collective led by Kawabata Makoto that has featured over 30 different members, famous and unknown. The Acid Mothers Temple & The Melting Paraiso U.F.O. group is just one part of the collective’s activities and is represented by the core 5-piece band. Infamous for their transcendent, long form, psychoactive performances and for the prolific recorded output. The band have also collaborated with other luminaries of the psychedelic music scene such as Gong, Guru Guru, Afrirampo and many more.

Doors 7.30pm

October 17th – Wrekmeister Harmonies + Grumbling Fur – £8 Advance: TICKETS

JR Robinson has been writing and recording music as Wrekmeister Harmonies in various incarnations since 2006. Robinson began Wrekmeister Harmonies by recording sonic templates in museums in the US and Europe. These include recordings made at the Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh, the Gugenheim Museum and PS1 in New York, the Getty Museum in Los Angeles, SF MOMA in San Francisco, the Pompidou Center in Paris and the Art Center Berlin as well as site recordings at Joshua Tree National Park in California and both the Golden Gate Bridge and the Brooklyn Bridge. The end result of that first incarnation of players and those recordings was dubbed Wrekmeister Harmonies: Recordings Made in Public Spaces and was released by Atavistic Records in 2009. This cd/dvd set received a top 10 honor that year from a journalist for the Village Voice’s esteemed Pazz & Jop polls for the year.

Support:

Grumbling Fur

Doors 7.30pm

November 27th – Civil Civic – £7 Advance: TICKETS

Mixing jaggedly progressive post-punk guitar, jamming melodic fuzz bass and pummelling drum machine beats, delivered in a no-frills lo-fi-pop package , these Europe-based Australian instrumentalists have tapped their own original sound, emailing tracks back and forward, reconstructing and tweaking the others’ contributions, and minimising the possibility of rehearsal room punch-ups.

Doors 7.30pm

Babas Yaga Hut : great new venue opens in London with intriguing line up of underground bands

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