Sunset Cinema Club
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Sunset Cinema Club

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Split E.p with Johnny Foreigner(Launderette recordings), 2007
Planet Hotdog E.p (Self Release), 2007
Homina, Homina, Homina (knewnoiserecordings), full length album with gojira suit, harcore, rant, and reflex dj all favourites of steve lamacq and huw stephens of radio one.
Hubba Hubba e.p, (Phoenixx Records) Digital download only e.p with b-sides and songs from Planet hotdog- Jan 2009

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Sunset Cinema Club are a 3-piece band based in the Midlands, UK (Birmingham and home-town of Redditch). The group originally came together in 2001, originally as a hobby under the name "Peachfuzz". However, they eventually changed the name to "Sunset Cinema Club" in 2002. The groups name "Sunset Cinema Club'" was taken from the name of a Birmingham-based adult cinema that the childhood friends would often think about going into, but never did.The groups sound has been coined by the NME as "Jitterpunk" (James Jam, NME 21st Oct 2006 pg.18) and is born of a melting pot of influences, all prominent in the mix - ranging from early Post-Hardcore (Fugazi, Minutemen), Post-Punk (Talking Heads, James Chance), Funk n’ Soul (Funkadelic, Kool & The Gang), Jazzy Psychedelia (Frank Zappa, Captain Beefheart) and dischordant Indie of the early 90’s (Dinosaur Jr, Pixies).SCC have have thrived off the support gained from admirers Steve Lamacq, Huw Stephens (both Radio1) and John Kennedy (XFM) who have been playing various SCC demos on their respective radio shows for the past year, most notably the single Gojira Suit - which never made official release. In November 2006 they recorded their first Radio Session at Maida Vale Studios for Huw Stephens, and then another for John Kennedy at XFM in June 2007. Since then they have toured and gigged with the likes of Hot Club De Paris, Johnny Foreigener, Dananananaykroyd , Go Faster, Wave Machines, and loads of other up and coming and established acts! They have also done international gigs in Sweden and Japan. The group began to organize a monthly club night, ‘Tropical Hotdog’, designed to promote music within the birmingham area.