Thursday, 11 February 2016

Heatwave Magazine Issue 2 Launch Party at The Moth Club February 20th with The Anomalys, Human Race & Fuzzy Vox

Heatwave Magazine are organizing a Launch Party at The Moth Club, Valette Street, Hackney, London E9 6NU London on February 20th to coincide with the release of Issue 2. Tickets are £6.00 in advance from this link or £8.00 on the door and you will also get a free copy of the magazine. Apart from the three bands, Heatwave DJ's will be playing a mix of Punk, 60's Soul, Post-Punk and Garage Rock until 1am. So, let's have a look at the three bands on the bill.

THE ANOMALYS (Netherlands)
"Acclaimed as "national heritage" by critics-turned-fans, The Anomalys are truly The Dutch Kings of Rock'n'roll or Slop'n'Drool, as the tequila flows during their devastating live set that must be seen to be fully understood." (Zuma Bookings)

The Anomalys Photographed at Hipsville 2015 by Paul Slattery
"Two guitars and a drum kit is all that this band needed to create one of the most interesting, unflinching rock n’ roll records in a long time. Only bad thing about this record is that it’s only nine tracks long, forcing me to listen to those nine tracks over and over again, and it’s just not enough, I want more." (

"Wild, primal, and mere millimeters from becoming completely unhinged, which is exactly how rock’n’roll should be." (


"Having an opportunity to check out Human Race’s release, these guys have 1977 written all over them with hints of Adolescents and Descendents thrown in for good measure. The tracks are explosive and to the point; however, it’s highly addictive. Human Race offers a style of rock ‘n’ roll with which I identify – an “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” mentality. Kudos to these dudes for bringing something to the table that’s not trying to reinvent the wheel, so to speak, but is just good rock ‘n’ roll. More of this approach, please." - Justin Crumpton (Heatwave Magazine/Nightmare Boyzz)

French Garage/Rock band from Paris. They release their new album "No Landing Plan" recorded and mixed in Los Angeles by Andy Brohard & Ryan Castle.

"No Landing Plan" ought to have a disclaimer that warns listeners of the involuntary volatile spasms that follow from listening to the infectious nature of this upbeat poppy garage rock ‘n’ roll. Fuzzy Vox manages to capture a sound that reflects something that borders on rock ‘n’ roll music that is not overplayed. Rather, this group has a garage feeling that is fresh and easily infectious". - Nick Kuzmack (Heatwave Magazine)

Keep a check on the Heatwave Magazine web-site for news on future issues and events.

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