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Analogue Snapshots of Clobber

Our photographer Evelyn Kutschera attended Clobber's concert at the «Underworld» in London—and brought home some analogue photos.

The UK hardcore punk band Clobber debuted in 2022 with their EP Tribal Rites of the New Friday Night. «From a style standpoint, the dudes in Clobber lean heavier into the punk side of their attack, keeping the tempos thrusting forward at a quick pace, while delivering the kind of dance-baiting parts that will tear open a pit in seconds,» Carlos Ramirez wrote about the release.

Since then, the band—fronted by barber Charlie Longman—has been on the way up while remaining truly angry. Yet, despite their aggressive, unfiltered, and uncompromising hardcore sound, they can also be unexpectedly catchy, as in their latest single, Council Estate of Mind.

Signed with Gallow's Laurent Barnard label Venn Records, Clobber will join Violent Way and Sick Of It All on tour.

On April 27, Clobber played a show at the «Underworld» in London, and Negative White's Evelyn Kutschera joined the crowd with her analogue cameras. The result: Snapshots which capture the rawness of Clobber's sound and remain true to punk's aesthetic.

If you want to know Clobber a bit better, we highly recommend this interview:

The Pioneers at Gaswerk Winterthur

On Friday, 3rd of May, Reggae legends The Pioneers played at Gaswerk in Winterthur, Switzerland—accompanied by Boss Capone & Patsy, JAR, and Canastron.



Boss Capone & Patsy

The Pioneers

The Vaccines & Teen Jesus and The Jean Teasers in Zurich

On Saturday, January 27, The Vaccines played a sold-out gig at Mascotte Club in Zurich. We brought home some impressions.

Founded in 2010, the London-based band The Vaccines are children of the indie rock hightimes. However, more than a decade later, they still managed to sell out venues: In this case, it was the revered club Mascotte in Zurich.

Opening for The Vaccines were Teen Jesus and The Jean Teasers, an all-female rock quartet from Canberra, Australia.

Warmed up by their power, the crowd took it to the next level with The Vaccines, who released their latest studio album, Pick-Up Full of Pink Carnations, this year. Encouraged by the natural entertainer skills of singer Justin Young, the Mascotte celebrated indie rock as if it is still in its genre prime.

Gallery: Dennis Kiss & Kaufmann at Werk21, Zurich

On Saturday, October 7, Dennis Kiss celebrated the release of his debut album, «Norddeich Mole», in Zurich. We've captured his concert and his supporting act, Kaufmann.

It was a night of celebration at Werk21 in Zurich, in this gloomy cellar next to the river Limmat. Here, Dennis Kiss presented his debut album, Norddeich Mole, to the audience with a release show. Kaufmann, a Swiss band, supported the Swiss-German act.


Dennis Kiss