British Sea Power present… Krankenhaus
Exciting news for lovers of excelsior seaside nightlife. The band which
brought you the legend of Club Sea Power are now again active on the
Brighton party scene. From Friday 6 January, BSP will present their
Krankenhaus night in Brighton – a regular club night on the first Friday of
every month. Each night will feature a full set from BSP, plus wonderful
and varied supporting attractions.
Krankenhaus 1 – Friday 6 January
Featuring 2 live sets from British Sea Power
7.30pm to 3am.
The Haunt, 10 Pool Valley (by the coach station), Brighton BN1 1NJ
8.20-8.45pm – BSP Acoustic
8.45-9pm – BSP + Jock Scot
9.20pm-9.50pm – Y Niwl
10.20-11.30 – BSP (including Krankenhaus EP in full)
11.45-12.45 – The Go Team (Sam Dook)
12.45-13.45 – Born Bad(Jon Slade)
13.45-3am – BSP DJs.
Thereafter, Krankenhaus will run on the first Friday of the month, from
7.30pm to 3am.
Tickets £12.50 in advance.
£60 Season Tickets are now sold out.
£4 Club Night (11.30pm-3am, pay on the door)
After British Sea Power finish their main set at Krankenhaus, entrance will
be £4, giving access to the zeit-time from 11.30pm to 3am, featuring DJs
and, who knows, perhaps more live music.
Tickets available from Rounder Records and Resident Records in Brighton,
and from www.wegottickets.com
BSP will be accompanying each Krankenhaus nights with a limited-edition CD
of new and experimental material. The CDs will be available only at the
club nights and via the band’s on-line shop.
The first EP ‘BSP1’ is a lovely, understated, wintery selection.
1) French Pornogrphic Novel
2) Lullaby For What You Are
3) Baby Grey
4) A Light Above Descending
The Krankenhaus nights are scheduled to include, among other things, Brighton & Hove City Brass, Bo Ningen and the bonnie bastirt poetry of the great Jock Scot.
Scheduled Krankenhaus DJs include Marc Riley, Geoff Travis, Shaun Keaveny,
SAS Dirtyman and the revered celto-Vorticist princeling Simon Price.
After spending much of 2011 touring, BSP are now taking a rest from the
road. The Krankenhaus nights will give a rare opportunity to see BSP live
in 2012. The band will play in various configurations and styles, from
blasting full-on sets to filmic instrumental excursions – plus B-sides sets
and albums played in their entirety. Inevitably, sooner or later, there
will be a humane installation with cats listening to Mastodon in wheelie