White Whine debut shows at The Hug And Pint, Glasgow, January 14th, 15th and 16th. Also performing will be WomenSaid (14th), Bad Aura (14th), Comfort (15th), Smack Wizards (15th), Apostille (16th) and Herbert Powell (16th). White Whine will perform at the start of each show. Doors will open at 7:30pm and entry price will be £3 on the door each night.
White Whine is a spontaneous performance project devised by Andy Brown (Ubre Blanca, Kaspar Hauser etc). At each performance a different collective of musicians will perform a song written on the night for as long as they can or for half an hour, whichever comes first. The intention is to make the performance very loud, very repetitive and very primitive. No two performances will be the same and no performance will ever be repeated.
Participating in White Whine are musicians who perform or have performed in acts like The Cosmic Dead, Take A Worm For A Walk Week, Yelt, Chump, Rapid Tan, Lower Slaughter, Anxiety, Spinning Coin, American Clay, Divorce, Herbert Powell, Clock Out and Jacob Yates & The Pearly Gate Lock Pickers.
Also performing full sets each night:
BAD AURA (14TH) Gruesome blasted-out scraping propulsive dirge filth that will wreck your chakra for years and years to come. badaura.bandcamp.com
WomenSaid (14TH) Dark and seedy eulogies performed by three sketchy characters, shades of Add N To X/Suicide-style synth-gurgle and grind. soundcloud.com/user-355749186
COMFORT (15TH) Glasgow noise & rhythm duo with a weighty dose of eviscerating, vitriolic, relentless lyrical sentiment. Remember Selfish Cunt? A little bit like that but waaaaaaay better.
SMACK WIZARDS (15TH) Wiped out semi-improvised brown-acid jammers from Glasgow's primo bad trip bruisers. soundcloud.com/smackwizards
Apostille (16TH) Anxiety mouthpiece Mr Kasparis shouts the odds and abuses electronic instrumentation, confrontational and omnidirectional. apostille.bandcamp.com
Herbert Powell (16th) Spidery guitars and rhythmic fits’n’giggles, HP are the band that begat the majority of the decent bands operating in the city today (Anxiety, Rapid Tan, Brain Fluid and on and on).
Any and all profits after costs will go to the Mesh Collective, who are fundraising to set up a multi-purpose, community-focused, queer/trans/feminist cooperative venue in Glasgow.