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April 26th: Stanley Brinks and Enderby’s Room

9 Apr

Come and join us on the 26th of April – we’re hosting Stanley Brinks and Enderby’s Room.

Stanley Brinks
Enderby’s Room
at Paper Dress Vintage (Mare St, Hackney Central, London)
April 26th
20:00-23:00

Advance tickets £8.50 from
wegottickets.com/fikarecordings
Tickets £10 on the door

Fika’s next show: 26th Feb at Moth Club

12 Jan

Come and join us on the 26th of February at Moth Club for a very special evening with Bill Botting & The Two Drink Minimums to launch their debut album Better Friends. And what better way to do it, than invite a very special bunch of the band’s friends to join them on stage on the night. We can’t reveal much more than that yet (all will become clear soon!), but we promise you this is one show you don’t want to miss. We’ll be announcing some names and the very special support act shortly… but in the meantime, here’s all the info you need:

26th Feb 2017
Moth Club
Old Trades Hall
Valette Street
E9 6NU
Doors 18:00
Ends 22:00ish
Tickets £7adv / £10 on the door
Facebook event

23rd Nov: Owl & Mouse | Model Village | Deerful

20 Nov

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Not long now until we host Owl & Mouse and Model Village at the start of their tour, with support from Deerful. Advance tickets available from wegottickets.com/fikarecordings

Stanley Brinks and Freschard tour dates

1 Nov

November 4th MARSEILLE, France – La Machine a Coudre
November 5th ARLES, France – Le Magasin de jouets
November 23rd METZ, France – Bar 7/7
November 24th TBA
November 25th NANCY, France – Home sweet home festival #4
November 26th REIMS, France – TBC
November 27th REIMS, France – Quartier libre (tbc)
November 28th PARIS, France – L’Olympic Cafe
November 29th ZÜRICH, Switzerland – New Zitrone
December 1st FREIBURG, Germany – White Rabbit
December 2nd MANNHEIM, Germany – Altes Volksbad
December 3rd WAIBLINGEN, Germany – Fidel’s Fitz at Kulturhaus Schwanen
December 4th BAERENBACH,Germany – Shorty’s

Owl & Mouse on tour

23 Oct

ommvd

Not long now until we host Owl & Mouse and Model Village at the start of their tour, with support from Deerful. Advance tickets available from wegottickets.com/fikarecordings


Come join us on the 23rd of November at Haunt N16 to see Owl & Mouse kick off their tour alongside Model Village. Joining us will be Deerful.

Advance tickets for the London show are available from WeGotTickets.

23rd Nov – Haunt, LONDON N16
26th Nov – Moat House, ROCHESTER
27th Nov – JT Soar, NOTTINGHAM
2nd Dec – The Blue Moon, CAMBRIDGE
3rd Dec – The Waiting Room, COLCHESTER
4th Dec – The Old Crown Inn, SHEFFIELD

Tigercats

10 Apr

We’re very excited to announce that Tigercats are back! Following the success of their debut album Isle Of Dogs in 2012, they’ll be playing a show for us on Saturday the 24th of May, at The Shacklewell Arms in London to preview material from their upcoming album before they head over to Spain to play the Primavera festival. Support comes from Fika favourites Fever Dream and Mammoth Penguins.
Tickets are available now from http://www.wegottickets.com/event/269947.

TIGERCATS
Tigercats return for their first London show in almost a year having completed recording the follow up to 2012’s debut album “Isle Of Dogs”.

Tigercats are a band from East London who make pop music with guitars, keyboards and drums. After previous band Esiotrot shambled to a halt, songwriter Duncan Barrett sought a leaner, lither framework for his open-hearted songs. He asked his brother and long-time producer Giles to join on bass, who was soon followed by Jonny on drums, Laura on keyboard and Paul on guitar. After early singles on Haircut Records and WeePop, their debut album Isle of Dogs was released in 2012 on Fika Recordings and Acuarela Discos. In their short life Tigercats have played across most of Europe, including sets at Primavera Festival, appearances on Spanish TV (RTVE Radio3) and Indietracks. Across innumerable mini-tours they have shared stages with: Allo Darlin’, the Wave Pictures, Darren Hayman, the Pains of Being Pure at Heart, Standard Fare, Let’s Wrestle, the Lovely Eggs and Milky Wimpshake, amongst others. They recently completed their first trip across the pond and toured the USA and Canada with labelmates the Smittens and Making Marks in spring 2013, culminating with a headline appearance at NYC Popfest. They played End of the Road Festival last summer with the likes of Belle & Sebastian, Dinosaur Jr and Sigur Ros, and they are currently working on their second album, which they hope to have out in time for summer 2014.

“Tigercats are a very, very good band. The kind of band that make you want to be a teenager again, so they can be your band.”
The Sunday Times

“there’s something unconsciously authentic about Tigercats… this could be a band to listen to obsessively”
Drowned In Sound

“Their songs betray no ulterior motives of forced cool, only an enthusiastic young band in love with making songs. Excellent, alive, and bright.“
Artrocker

tigercatsband.com

FEVER DREAM
If post-punk bashed heads with shoegaze – you’d probably end up with a band that sounds like Fever Dream. Frantic shreds of guitar over that bass sound held together by tight as drumming. Easily one of the best live bands around at the moment.

“Taking inspiration from the noisy 90s, ie: Sonic Youth, Pavement and My Bloody Valentine they create intriguingly varied tracks. They range from gushing dream-pop melancholia on ‘This Waste’ to scuzzy, guitar and skewed rhythms on ‘Poyekhali!’ and messy, snarly post-punk on ‘Suspense’ – think Ride meets Fidlar.”
This Is Fake DIY

feverdream.co.uk

MAMMOTH PENGUINS
Infectious, scrappy lo-fi indie rock from Emma, Mark and Tom. They’re a 3-piece
indie-pop/alt-rock band from Cambridgeshire.

facebook.com/MammothPenguins

Stanley Brinks & The Wave Pictures

12 Aug

We’re thrilled to announce that Stanley Brinks & The Wave Pictures will be playing at The Shacklewell Arms on Tuesday 27th August! Support on the night comes from Freschard.

This show is a sneak preview of their upcoming album, out on Fika Recordings early 2014 and tickets are now available to purchase from WeGotTickets. We’re happy to have the capable hands of Scared To Dance joining us on promotional duties for the show too!

STD007 Tuesday 27th August 2013

Stanley Brinks is the current identity of André Herman Düne, formerly of the French folk rock band Herman Düne. He has recorded and played shows in Europe, the UK and the US under various other names such Ben Dope, Ben Haschish, Klaus Bong, John Trawling, Lord Stanislas.

Since leaving Herman Düne in December 2006 he has been championed by the likes of Jeffrey Lewis (who wrote a song about how Herman Düne were better when André was still in them) and in 2012 he collaborated with The Wave Pictures for their debut joint release. The follow up album is due to come out on Fika Recordings next year.

Stanley Brinks will be joined by The Wave Pictures as his backing band for this show. The Wave Pictures are David Tattersall, Franic Rozycki and Jonny “Huddersfield” Helm. Formed in 1998 when Franic and David lived in a village called Wymeswold, the band played with several drummers until Jonny became a permanent member in 2003 replacing Hugh J Noble. In the beginning the band learned to play together by covering Jonathan Richman songs.

They have released a twelve studio albums to critical acclaim and played numerous sessions on BBC 6 Music, Radio 1 and Xfm. Their new album, City Forgiveness, will be out in October on the Moshi Moshi label.

Freschard is the musical vehicle for the solo artist Clemence Freschard. She writes songs deftly combining folk music, urban daydreams, acoustic sounds and electronic programming.

Growing up in a farm in French Burgundy, she moved to Paris at the age of 18 where she baked pies and cakes in a café. There, a local musician and regular customer called André Herman Düne wrote a few songs for her to sing.

In 2004 she moved to Berlin, where she recorded her first LP Alien Duck with a mix of electronic and acoustic sounds. Her second album Click Click, recorded in 2006, features a drummer (Leo Bear Creek) and electric guitars by Stanley Brinks. On her third album, Moonstone she plays the drums herself. She works as a sound engineer and records her friends’ music. She also has a calypso cover band with Stanley Brinks, called Kreuzberg Museum.