Pete Fijalkowski (Adorable) and Terry Bickers (House of Love) are playing their debut London gig on October 22nd at Club AC30 @ Wilmington Arms, Clerkenwell, London. Doors 8pm Tickets £7 adv. Support from ‘&’ (who is the ‘&’ from Fujiya & Miyagi) + Club AC30 Djs. Tickets are £7 available from http://www.wegottickets.com/event/129949 or details from www.clubac30.com.
2 days before on the 20th October, they’re also playing a warm-up gig with ‘&’ again in Brighton, supporting Hollow Moon at The Latest Music Bar, Brighton. Tickets are available from http://www.wegottickets.com/event/131719.
At the time of writing this post, the duo are adding the finishing touches to the album with mixing to start this week. As soon as there’s any news on a release date we’ll let you know.
The Pains of Being Pure at Heart recently spoke to Stereogum about their influences and Adorable and the House of Love were two of the bands featured. The band recently released their second album ‘Belong’ which was produced by Alan Moulder who worked with Ride, My Bloody Valentine and Swervedriver in the early 90’s. Continue reading
Pete Fijalkowski (Adorable) and Terry Bickers (The House of Love) have announced some shows in February.
They will be playing live on Friday 18th Feb at Coast Cafe in Worthing (near Brighton), Wednesday Feb 23rd in Paris at Pop In and a few days later on Saturday Feb 26th they will be at Barcelona MiniFestival.
The duo are about half way through recording their album and Pete has stated on the project “We still don’t have a band name – each track we’ve recorded has been under a different name, but we plan to spend the long train journey from Paris down to Spain productively and hope to arrive in Barcelona with a name we can both agree on. Either that or we won’t be talking to each other.”
Second mix featuring the singles in order of catalogue number, this chapter takes us from 1987 to 1990. This is where we first see the label dip its toes into the mainstream, firstly the House of Love and My Bloody Valentine grace the cover of the music papers in 1988 and then in 1990 Ride and Primal Scream give the label their first chart hits in the UK following the ‘Madchester’ explosion. Continue reading