TSC Manifesto Review

Written by Emma Howe Friday, 22 April 2011 03:28

The Sainte Catherines - Fire WorksThe Sainte Catherines
Fire Works
Big Ugly Fish Recordings

Punk Rockers, The Sainte Catherines is released LP ‘Fire Works’ the Sunderland label, Big Ugly Fish Recordings. This review may seem a little unusual considering their only relation to the North East is the label, I decided to do a little research into the Montreal based band and from what I have heard this release has assumed a slower sound and energy than their previous 3 releases. You get a sense of the bands growth into old age punk with this release, not that that's a bad thing, we all have to roll with the clock and The Sainte Catherines appear to have adapted their style with ease, retaining their blaring guitars whilst a more reflective approach has broadened their sound and with it their appeal. There is a range of influences evident in the LP with the likes of Kiss and even a little New York Dolls all jumping out, however the sound is firmly their own and one that makes me happy to call this lot adopted mackems.

Source: Manifesto Magazine

 

Leatherface Germany June 2011

Written by BUF Wednesday, 20 April 2011 20:00

Friday 3rd - Bremen - Schlachthof

Saturday 4th - Düsseldorf - Ratinger Hof/Stone

Sunday 5th - Trier - Exhaus

Monday 6th - Berlin - Wild at Heart

Tuesday 7th - Regensburg - Alte Mälzerei

Wednesday 8th - München - Feierwerk

Thursday 9th - Karlsruhe - Alte Hackerei

Friday 10th - Bielefeld - Ajz

Saturday 11th - Hünxe - Flugplatz Schwarze Heide (Ruhrpott Rodeo)

 

The Sainte Catherines withguitars.com Review

Written by Steve Janes Monday, 18 April 2011 10:34

The Sainte Catherines - Fire WorksThe Sainte Catherine’s
Fire Works
Big Ugly Fish Records

Have you ever travelled to Montreal? Actually half of Canada? Me too, but I know a man that did, and even does. Moreover he has long made me aware of The Sainte Catherines; to be honest it was just a name of one of twenty competent Punk bands that a couple of TSC tracks made the odd CD compilation we swapped between mates. So imagine the surprise to be presented with ‘Fire Works’ the new album, face to face with a host of a diverse array of tracks, even more so, compared to the odd track I’d previously strayed upon. Though formed in 1999 this is my first major taste of Sainte Catherines, best to go into some kind of detail.

Read more: The Sainte Catherines withguitars.com Review

 

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