Tuesday, 31 August 2010

The live comeback: Thurs 30th Sept, Nottingham Contemporary

Alright, told you we were going to do something special for our first live show in 2010. Obligatory Friendface event page here (invite yourself!), or read the details below:

The Music Exchange Live and Prefab Kraut presents SOUVARIS

Date: Thursday 30th September
Time: 19:00 - 23:00 (band plays at 21:00ish)
Venue: Nottingham Contemporary Cafe
Price: FREE (Record and CD donations gratefully received)

"Having not played in this city since the launch of their split album w/Sincabeza - "Clown Jazz" (Gringo Records), we're all looking forward to this show. http://www.myspace.com/souvaris
Exchange DJs Joey Bell and AntrĂ˜nhY 7pm onwards."

That's right, we've got the whole night to ourselves and we'll be the only band playing. So see you at the bar! God knows what we're going to play or how long we're going to play for, but if we play every song we've ever written we'll be on for at least 3 and a half hours. So we won't be doing that. Any requests (including joke cover versions)?

European tour and random mixtapes details coming soon.

Wednesday, 11 August 2010


...we've just been sleeping. But fret not! Aaron is freshly returned from his jaunt around India, Nepal and god knows where else and we are all finally back in the same city for the first time since January. On the agenda for future activity:
  1. Gigs in September/October. Another European tour. Oh yes.
  2. Practising like motherfuckers for said gigs.
  3. Editing and mixing the elusive third album. Yes, we've been working on this one for months. No, it's not nearly finished yet. Yes, we will probably play exclusively songs from it at gigs. Unless you ask us nicely to play something old that you like.
  4. Frantically trying to remember how to play old songs that people like so that we don't piss everyone off.
  5. Mixtapes! Not sure why, but they'll keep us sane on tour. And we might make some copies for you. Dave has already compiled 5 hours' worth of tat for your dubious listening pleasure.
More soon, including confirmation of aforementioned promised gigs. Anyone want to put us on in London? Or northern Italy?