King's Court, King Street
Glasgow, Scotland

ATP Recordings Tour feat. Deerhoof + The Drones + Alexander Tucker All Tomorrows Parties Tour features Deerhoof whose very sweaty show at Stereo last summer was a highlight for many of us. Their brand of experimental indie pop is always a treat. What can we say about The Drones? With a sound all their own, The Drones deliver an aural assault like few bands can. Inspired by a multitude of artists and musical genre?s like Suicide, Hank Williams, Townes Van Zandt, Black Flag, Dirty Three, Nick Cave and Stravinsky. Fiery and rhythmic sound soaked in rockabilly and garage punk. Alexander Tucker began as vocalist in post-rock hardcore five piece ?Unhome? who released one album: ?A Short History of Houses? on Unlabel and a split single with ?Papa M?. Unhome split in late 1999, Tucker went on to tour with Detroit space rockers ?Fuxa?. For many years Tucker had been developing a shambolic approach to acoustic and free-noise electric guitar and began to play solo shows using tape loops, detuned guitar, Dictaphones and field recordings processed through fx pedals. In early 2000 Tucker recorded a solo album of acoustic finger plucking, spooked vocals and a psyche-electronics, which was picked up by Tom Greenwood of Jackie-O-Motherfucker and released under his U-sound archives label. Tucker played as a part of JOMF on their last UK tour.

Added by jey on October 8, 2005

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