The Cluny presents:

Jon Spencer & The Hitmakers

With support from

  • The Noise & The Naive

Details

  • Date: Thu 21 Nov
  • Venue: Cluny 2
  • Advance tickets: £20.00
  • Doors: 8pm
  • Curfew: 11pm

Jon Spencer Continues to Break Barriers and Bend Minds!!
Watch and share “DO THE TRASH CAN” video RIGHT NOW here!!!

The first-ever solo record from Jon Spencer, a milestone in a legendary career that has spanned three decades of brain-splattering innovation, groovy-ghoulie noise, and sweet-soul salvation!

Often imitated, never duplicated, the original NYC underground-rock legend returns from the wilderness with twelve red-hot hits, each more powerful than the last!

This is Garage Punk for Now People, weaponized with sci-fi skronk and industrial attitude, calibrated for the Revolution, a Molotov cocktail of sound guaranteed to destroy any post-modern hangover!

JON SPENCER, the BLUES EXPLOSION man who put the BELLBOTTOMS on BABY DRIVER! The Top Cat who spread the Secret Sauce in BOSS HOG! The Rockabilly Right-Hook from Heavyweight Outlaws HEAVY TRASH! The Swank-Fucking Master of PUSSY GALORE is back, bringing the hits to Your Town!

THE REVIEWS FOR SPENCER SINGS THE HITS! AND THE HITMAKERS LIVE ROCK’N’ROLL SHOW ARE POURING IN —

“Jon Spencer isn’t so much playing rock’n’roll as scientifically reanimating it” — Pitchfork

“Over-cranked garage rock… acid wit.” — MOJO

“A delightfully messy set of junkyard bubblegum garage.” — Uncut

“Deceptively simple, fabulously rough-edged, drenched in distortion and punctuated with feedback, it’s all-American cool personified … Still scuzzy, still weird, long may Jon Spencer walk his own unique path.”
— Classic Rock Magazine

“Jon Spencer and the Hitmakers are here to crank it up and blow our pants off, … Anyone who has the chance to see this current ensemble, must do so immediately. Peppered with rarities, Blues Explosion songs, even Pussy Galore cuts, Spencer was a bewitching figure on stage, ripping though all the tracks of his solo album with raw grit and fury.” — Ground Control Magazine

“It’s a hell of a show, further cementing Jon Spencer’s status as a king of trashy, noisy rock’n’roll.” — Vanguard UK

 

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