Gods of Grunge play historic show (for Ramsgate anyway) at the Music Hall.
Lou Barlow, Jason Loewenstein, and Bob D’Amico have delivered 10 albums since 1989 and in between they haven’t wasted their musical talents either (as evidenced by solo albums, Dinosaur Jr., Fiery Furnaces, Folk Implosion, etc.)
Sebadoh helped pioneer lo-fi music, a style of indie rock characterized by low-fidelity recording techniques, often on four-track machines at home built studios, after his departure from Dinosaur Jr.
Historically speaking, Sebadoh albums have paralleled momentous experiences in Barlow’s life – according to him, “Your greatest victories and your most crushing defeats have a tendency to give birth to one other.”
This is a pretty momentous gig, not only for us at the Music Hall, but the area of East Kent in general.
This is a flexing of the fingers gig for them before playing with the Lemonheads at the 02 in London the following night.
I’d say… don’t miss this treat!
But we would, won’t we.