The Carbonators will be playing at DIY Space For London this Friday (25 November) alongside Charla Fantasma, Joy-Rides and Catherine O’Rourke.

Charla Fantasma is a three-piece girl gang playing ghostly tunes while trying not to freak themselves out.

Joy-Rides have been going for over 11 years without compromising or practicing and have now swollen to 7 people who make noises, 2 of whom are a big booming rumbling rhythm unit and one is primordial keyboards and one is a sex-toy guitar and one is a dying-whale trumpet and one is a fire-alarm electric violin and 2 people assertively vocalising epigrammatic mantra phrases and there’s a big noise and there’s shouting and it is theatrical and spectacular and visual and intense and everyone gets very excited not least the audience. They have a pact to play at least one gig a year forever.

Catherine O’Rourke
Reverb-heavy 80’s influenced pop from an enigmatic DIY artist that has been recording and performing in and around Brighton and London for years.

Doors: 19:30

Catherine O’Rouke: 20:00
Joy-Rides: 20:30
The Carbonators: 21:15
Charla Fantasma: 22:00

Night runs until: 23:00

£5 on the door / carers free / nobody turned away for lack of funds

Flat access / Gender Neutral Accessible toilets
Full access info: diyspaceforlondon.org/access

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DIY Space For London is a volunteer/community run space, to attend events here you must be a member. Joining costs £2, lasts for a year, and you can pay online. Membership takes 48 hours to take effect and you will receive a membership card the first time you visit the space. Please note that you must be 18 years and over to be a club member; people under 18 can come to the space but must be accompanied by a cardholder.