Preview: Nately’s Whore’s Kid Sister @ The White Room
By Lee Fisher on May 17, 2012 in Music
There’s an art to putting on a genuinely secret gig, something the wonderfully intense and angsty Nately’s Whore’s Kid Sister don’t seem to have mastered, judging by how quickly everyone worked out that they were the band making their Sunderland debut this Friday (May 18th).
The Whores, as nobody at all calls them, will be playing at the tiny White Room, with support from Fathoms and Watchers on the decks.
NWKS – skullcrushing riffs and genuinely anguished vocals to the fore – are fast turning into Tyneside’s brightest hope. Their debut EP Ribs gets a physical, official release on June 4th, although it’s already available on iTunes and Amazon (and it’s great, obviously). Since this is the last chance to see them until June 1st (when they appear at the Evolution Festival), and since – as already mentioned – there is very limited capacity at the venue, you probably don’t want to leave this one too late.
Alex Burgess, she of Lone Wolf Promotions fame and directly responsible for this brilliant abomination, told us; First time I saw them I was lost for words, they’re one of the best bands I’ve seen live in a while and I’m absolutely chuffed to have them on in such a small, exclusive venue. It’s going to be class. If you haven’t seen them live, it’s something not to be missed. You’ll leave the gig amazed and disturbed.
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