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january 2007 fudge gigs

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Moorings Bar with Dead Anyway

Miss The Occupier + Lorenzo Snow Collective + Kartta

Sat 6 Jan - £3, 8pm


Moorings Bar

Flaming Katy + Astronot + Panda Eyes

Sat 13 Jan - £3, 8pm


Moorings Bar

Fuctoff + Donophobia + Bonesaw + Cheap Dirt

Sat 20 Jan - £3, 8pm


Cafe Drummonds

The Upstarts + Strong Like Ox + Deadloss Superstar + Black Matter + Your Own Disaster

San 27 Jan - £3, 8pm

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saturday night in the moorings, £3, 8pm:


Forming in Glasgow in 2003, Miss The Occupier came from the shared influences of itchy punk-pop and nervy indie-rock. Sticking to the three-piece ethic of small is good, songs are punchy, pacy and generally loud.

Miss The Occupier have been touring about, supporting The Grates in London, and playing with a cascade of great local bands all over Glasgow and Scotland.

The first release came in 2006 with a split seven inch with FreezerBurn on Skribble Records. The next single is coming soon, and the album will follow...

Miss the Occupier are an indie-punk three-piece who take angular guitar riffs, fuzz them up until they're a suitably deafening din, and set them alongside the sardonic musings of singer Roz Davies. It's like being stomped in the face by The Fall's stroppy younger sister, and enjoying it just a little bit too much for your own good.

"The songs blast Sister-era Sonic Youth through ace girl group melodies... it's basically off centre pop music with sharp, muscular angles. And it's sexy as fuck to boot." Stewart Gardiner, Plan B magazine

"With vibrant red hair to match the surrounding decor, Miss The Occupier have in Roz Davies a striking front person - a punk princess. Spiky pop blasts at us with every synchronized pressing of foot pedals, magnus matching Roz's bass with powerful guitar whilst Derek thrashes with controlled destruction behind..."Mark Connelly, Is This Music? Magazine


We are three men from the cold and grey city of Aberdeen who write cinematic country tinged slices of music mainly about pain, loneliness and despair. But its not all fun and games - we also have a dark side.

If all our failed dreams were personified we would be the leaders of a formibable army. We have made an ep called Beware the Swords. You can buy it at our gigs - each copy is individually hand-made and unique. Its pretty good.


Formed and based in Aberdeen, Kartta make music. You may like it.

Influences: Lift To Experience - Broken Social Scene - Explosions In The Sky - Mission Of Burma - The Chameleons - The Cure - Mono - Pelican - Noxagt - Radiohead - Talking Heads - Josef K - Godspeed! You Black Emperor - ISIS - Mogwai - Dinosaur Jr. - Interpol - Sonic Youth - Pixies - New Order - Magazine - Four Tet - The Sound - Funkadelic - ESG - Joy Division - Fugazi - The Smiths - Boards Of Canada - Gang Of Four - REM - Velvet Underground - Sigur Ros - Dirty Three - Caribou - Les Savy Fav - Slowdive - Postal Service - Yo La Tengo - Pavement - TV On The Radio - Steve Reich - My Bloody Valentine - Slint - Shellac...


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