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Beavertown Frequencies: Opus Kink + Flat Party + Hot Face

Omeara

Tue, 06 Feb 2024, 7pm

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Opus Kink

Flat Party

Hot Face

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Presented by Beavertown Brewery

19:00 - 00:00

Age 18+

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Beavertown Frequencies

Beavertown Brewery continue their OMEARA residency, bringing the hottest, loudest and fiercest new groups from around the UK to the beating heart of London Bridge. The best free entry Tuesday you could wish for!
With esteemed alumni such as Talk Show, Keg, English Teacher, DITZ, Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard and Highschool to name a few – you can be sure to see the best in up-and-coming rock and indie, without even having to fork over a penny.
2024’s second Frequencies party sees six piece so called “”Horn-fuelled filth-funk” (NME) band Opus Kink top the bill, bringing their infectious punk / jazz crossover beast to Omeara’s stage for the first time! In support are London’s Flat Party who’ve been making waves in the last year and who treat us to their leftfield bops. Opening proceedings we have psych-punk outfit Hot Face, reminiscent of King Gizzard and Oh Sees with hints of 60s psychedelia smattered in the mix. 
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Opus Kink

The name ‘Opus Kink’ flutters on the lips of the kingdom. The six-piece group – comprised of Angus Rogers, Sam Abbo, Fin Abbo, Jed Morgans, Jazz Pope & Jack Banjo Courtney – blend a dizzying array of influences to create a dark and thundering dish hitherto unknown to the unwitting public.

Early support from BBC Radio 6, The Charlatans’ Tim Burgess, NME Magazine & other champions bolstered the word-of-mouth notoriety of their wild live show & paved the way for an incoming barrage of new releases and appearances.

Flat Party

Consisting of vocalist Jack Lawther and guitarist/vocalist Rory O’Rourke, the pair met whilst studying in Bath, before moving to London in 2021 where the long-held vision for Flat Party finally came to life.

The outfit’s second single “Dig Up Concrete With A Plastic Shovel”, released on their new label home Submarine Cat Records, is a frenzied reproach to ‘abject cynicism’.

Self-produced by the band themselves at Abbey Road Studios, mixed Chris McCrory (Walt Disco, Catholic Action) and mastered by Noel Summerville (The Clash, My Bloody Valentine, Kraftwerk), “Dig Up Concrete…” skips joyously between barbed guitar stabs and irresistible call and response vocals; briefly descending into a lugubrious, woozy mid-section, before climbing out of the gloom into a feverish closing blast of art-punk.

Flat Party self-released their debut single “Fish” towards the end of 2022 – an agitated yet undeniably catchy slice of modern art-rock that was quickly added to Spotify’s Hot New Bands playlist. In recent months the band have followed up that initial wave of excitement with key support dates with (now-label-mates) FEET, along with Saloon Dion, Fräulein, Gag Salon and more.

With a sizeable back catalogue of unheard material, ranging from jagged art-rock to crooning sixties-tinged pop, Flat Party are adamant they do not want to be pigeonholed, with collective influences ranging from acts such as Big Star and Lava La Rue, to Suede, Sparks, Japanese Breakfast and David Bowie.

Hot Face

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