As Clash exclusively announced a couple of weeks back, London-based noiseniks Fluffer Records are hosting a series of monthly in-the-round pit parties in the capital, showcasing a handpicked cast of the nation’s best unsigned underground talents alongside some more well-known names.
The Pit Parties kick off on November 14th in a secret East London warehouse (keep checking ClashMusic.com for updates!) with performances from Baby In Vain, Eighteen Nightmares At The Lux and Dressmaker, while the headliners remained a well-kept secret…until now.
Closing the inaugural Pit Party is God Damn, the Wolverhampton two-piece whose first releases dropped on Fluffer, introducing to the world their riff-laden rambunctiousness, which eventually led to debut album ‘Vultures’ (released in May 2015 on One Little Indian) and, most recently, the riotous new single, ‘Dead To Me’, which Clash premiered last week.
God Damn – AKA Thom Edward and Ash Weaver – will be surrounded by the Pit Party audience, and are entrusted to bring the evening to a suitably disorderly climax.
“God Damn treat this is,” says Mike Dawson, co-founder of Fluffer Records. “Launching the pit party series with some serious new music muscle. The whole line-up will blow people away.”
Tickets are extremely limited – there are but 150 up for grabs – so get over to Dice.fm (https://dice.fm/series/fluffer-pit-parties) now to get yours.
Stay tuned to Clash for imminent details of the second Pit Party in December…