Alabama 3 + Curse Of Lono, 02 Academy, Bristol, 20th December 2019

It’s been a long time coming but Brixton’s perennial sharp-shooters Alabama 3 are once again hungry for that “Sweet Pretty Muthafuckin Country Acid House Music.” The unholy congregation of talent who put the menace into ‘The Sopranos’ and whose lifestyle choices have frequently put both Keith Richards and Old Nick himself to shame have just … Continue reading “Alabama 3 + Curse Of Lono, 02 Academy, Bristol, 20th December 2019”

Robert Vincent + The Curse Of Lono + Foreign Affairs, Under The Apple Tree Sessions, Bush Hall, London, 26th October 2019

The hosts for this particular night of what was Country Music Week at Bush Hall were none other than Bob Harris’s Under The Apple Tree, the digital platform for Harris, his son Miles and various family members. No surprise then that Harris elected to showcase two acts he has selected for his AMAUK Emerging Artist … Continue reading “Robert Vincent + The Curse Of Lono + Foreign Affairs, Under The Apple Tree Sessions, Bush Hall, London, 26th October 2019”

Curse Of Lono + John Murry, The Blue Arrow, Glasgow, 12th October 2019

It’s getting so that Curse Of Lono’s popularity has to push them into larger venues in the very near future. Over a short course they have captured the attention of Bob Harris (who awarded them the AMAUK’s Emerging Act Of The Year award back in January), released three albums and regularly sell out their UK … Continue reading “Curse Of Lono + John Murry, The Blue Arrow, Glasgow, 12th October 2019”

Curse Of Lono “4am And Counting” (Submarine Cat Records, 2019)

Curse Of Lono are back with another emotional roller coaster, straight off the back of last year’s breakthrough album ‘As I Fell’. The only difference is that this time the skin is off. ‘4am And Counting’ was recorded uncut, live on to tape at Toe Rag Studios, produced by Liam Watson (White Stripes), mixed by … Continue reading “Curse Of Lono “4am And Counting” (Submarine Cat Records, 2019)”

Curse of Lono announce new album, UK dates

We leave you this weekend dear reader with news of London americana maestros Curse of Lono who describe their sound as “Cinematic Southern Gothic Alt Rock” and have a new single out which you can peruse below. It’s taken from their album due a week today, ‘4am And Counting’, which consists of 11 mellow, rootsier … Continue reading “Curse of Lono announce new album, UK dates”

Curse of Lono + Izzy Walsh, Borderline, London. 6th December 2018

With over 15 years of history going back to when Felix Bechtolsheimer was playing as Hey Negrita, there’s a great deal of experience in Curse Of Lono yet they seem genuinely and pleasingly surprised at the sudden surge in popularity they have had in the last 18 months. Their latest album, their second, ‘As I … Continue reading “Curse of Lono + Izzy Walsh, Borderline, London. 6th December 2018”

Curse Of Lono “As I Fell” (Submarine Cat, 2018)

Although last year’s acclaimed ‘Severed’ was the first album to appear under the Curse Of Lono monicker, frontman Felix Bechtolsheimer points out that this terrific new album in some ways represents a proper debut for the band, given that ‘Severed’ was essentially put together by Felix and producer Oli Bayston, whereas this impressive collection was … Continue reading “Curse Of Lono “As I Fell” (Submarine Cat, 2018)”

Curse Of Lono, Dot To Dot Festival, Mr Wolfs, Bristol, 25th May

Most fans of Americana music should by now be familiar with the works of Felix Bechtolsheimer, whether that be from his groundbreaking British country blues revivalists Hey Negrita or the more recent murky window into his soul that is his latest venture, the dramatic rock’nroll caravan that is Curse Of Lono.

Curse of Lono “Valentine” – Listen

Three months late for Valentine’s Day, the much talked about Curse of Lono have released the new single from their upcoming second album ‘As I Fell’.  It’s a pulsing demon-cursed buzzing fuzzed up bass to the fore, had it up to here, it’s all over, something has to give of a song with a vengeful … Continue reading “Curse of Lono “Valentine” – Listen”

Curse of Lono, The Water Rats, London, 20th April 2017

Curse of Lono’s show at The Water Rats was a launch for their anticipated debut album Severed. The venue has a rich history, Marx and Lenin are both reputed to have frequented the place during their respective times in London and Bob Dylan played his first UK show here in 1962. This, coupled with the … Continue reading “Curse of Lono, The Water Rats, London, 20th April 2017”