Killatrix supported by Koncordia, the RPMs and Radidas are at Bar 42, Worthing from 7.00 pm to 1.00 am on Friday May 22nd.
Forty Two Worthing said: “Killatrix -All killer and no filler – that is exactly what you get with four-piece sonic upstarts Killatrix. But don’t take our word for it – just ask the people that matter. Like Manchester electro pop punk outfit Sonic Boom Six, who Killatrix supported for their very first gig, or the organisers of the Brownstock Festival, who specifically requested the band to open up their festival on the Main Stage in 2013.
“In fact when it comes to their home county of Essex, they’ve pretty much ticked off the ‘big ones’ playing at the prestigious V Festival the following year which just leaves the rest of the country then!
“Made-up of Sin Dii (vocals), Chris (bass), Paul (drums) and Sam (guitar) the band certainly have an eclectic array of tastes, drawing on such musical genres as rock, electro, dub, drum and bass, and even a bit of Latin thrown in for good measure. It’s a musical mixing bowl that somehow produces a sound that’s both devastating and exquisite in equal measure.
“Koncordia – Koncordia are an Electronic/Rock outfit, consisting of two members; Jonathan Liffen (Bass/Vocals) and Curtis Allam (Drums), and based along the South Coast of England in Worthing. They blend various influences from different artists and genres most notably; Death From Above 1979, Funeral for a Friend, Foo Fighters and Hadouken! all injected with the sounds of the Mega Drive.
“The RPMS – The RPMs draw on the honourable tradition of that classic combo… the power trio. Following in the footsteps of rock, but not afraid of a good pop tune, these three young men emerge with a clutch of songs for their generation. Armed with only the confidence of youth and an arsenal of killer hooks, stand back as these young guns prepare to blag their way through the gates of rock ‘n’ roll…!
“Radidas – Chill/Electro/Psychedelic/Indie”
Entry is free.
Bar 42 is at 42 Marine Parade, Worthing.