Seven-piece collective KEG from Brighton, UK has a love for complex, hectic and sweaty rhythms coupled with cheeky humour. All band members have a different background in music and have their own preferences. The result is an example of organized chaos: a musical experiment that mixes all kinds of different genres into a new, unique sound. One thing is clear: they share a love for the post-punk revival. They have shared stages before with bands like Squid, PVA and Charles Hayward. Their debut EP “Assembly” came out last year.
The name The Bug Club gives a good idea of the South-Wales band and their music: a tight collaboration focused on telling stories about everyday subjects we often take for granted, drenched in humour and with riffs a-plenty. Their debut mini-album “Pure Particles”, a 20-minute, 9-track affair, is a pleasant lo-fi record for a lazy day. The Bug Club has done supports for bands like Pip Blom, The Cool Greenhouse and Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard.