European tour details!
- Brighton 10th @ Hotel Pelirocco 10 Regency Square, see below
- London 12th Sonic Imperfections at the Montague Arms with Red Square and ARC 8pm
- Birmingham 14th tbc
- Milan 16th Spazio Atelier for the Gorilla Gallery Tour
- Glasgow 19th Bloc Bar with Kevin McCarvel/Andrew Paine duo
- Ayr 20th Big Sparra records
- Edinburgh 22nd Henry's Pub w/Bell Lungs and Sterocilia 8pm
- Lancaster 23rd Priory Hall w/DJ Simon Norfolk
- London 27th The Betsey with Mark Fry £7 in advance £10 on the door
Sir Plastic Crimewave from Chicago, USA
Sir Plastic Crimewave aka Steve Krakow, creator of the long-running underground psychedelic magazine Galactic Zoo Dossier (Drag City) has also played for over 2 decades in heavy/avant psych bands like Plastic Crimewave Sound (Eclipse records, Jagjaguwar, etc) , Moonrises (Captcha Records) and Plastic Crimewave Syndicate (Swordfish Recs), but at last is ready to release his first solo LP!
Though Sir PCW wrote all the songs, "solo LP" might be a misnomer, as special guests abound on the Sunstone Record's album "Feathered Serpents."
Recorded over the span of over 15 years (!), a folkier, more atmospheric, cosmic vibe prevails, as aforementioned guests like Judy Dyble (Fairport Convention, Giles Giles and Fripp, Trader Horne) lends her ethereal vocals; Kaleidoscope's Peter Daltrey contributes an incantation; Bobbie and Jon Seagroatt of legendary pagan-folkers Comus contribute background vox, hand drums, horns and beyond; members of Acid Mother's Temple throw in strange voices and flute, and wunderkind Ryley Walker adds finger-picked guitar bliss.
Heady folk influences like Simon Finn, Mark Fry, Witthauser and Westrupp, St. Syd, and banjo-raga gods like Sandy Bull and George Stavis also invade the experimental song cycle. The album features lush and colourful art by PCW himself (fully painted by Sara Gossett, who also is one of 4 flute players on the LP!) and gently tows the line between acid excess and stripped down chamber folk: sunny yet damaged, but all with a sublime stony sheen.
Sparse American primitive instrumentals drawn from the roots music of Mississippi and Appalachia. Influenced by the likes of Skip James, John Fahey, Roscoe Holcomb and John Hurt. Guitarist from local band ‘They Spit Blood’ and drummer in 'Weekend Death Cult'.
Local band - Jams and songs in the spirit of the Psychedelic and
spacey, playing something suited to this awesome event.
7-10pm - Sunday 10th September @ Hotel Pelirocco
10 Regency Square
Free Show but donations for the bands kindly accepted... lightshow... nice beers & cocktails.. merchandise
watch out for show in London with Mark Fry, Comus members and more!!
EURO TOUR details HERE https://tristianobrien.info/sir-p