Papyrus – Prevention of Young Suicide Benefit


SKU: N/A Category:


New Cross Inn and TTW present the first in a series of benefit shows for PAPYRUS Prevention of Young Suicide.

River Jumpers
Brighton Punk Rock

The Yacht Club
“Not only is every note utterly delectable but his voice and strong lyrics, more akin to the prose of the metaphysics in their conceits and imagery, give The Yacht Club/Marcus Gooda that stand out trait that no-one else I have heard possesses”: F.M.L Blog

“London based session musician Marcus Gooda adds a gem to the works. The “Math rock” genre, although small in its efforts somehow mostly always seems to produce these quirky experimental delights…”A” is classy and ploppingly good!”: Leedsmusicscene.

” From this record you may clearly hear the influence of the above Pennines, all your favorite American Football in general 90th midwest….We recommend this EP for all lovers of easy-listening math rock” – Math- Rock Online

“What you guys can expect from this ep? Just good music with the beautiful 90s influence mixed with Math Rock. That is, AWESOME!”: Breaking the Music


‘Depresstival’ is Lottie Bowater, long term West-Wight (Isle of Wight) resident and ex-keys player/singer from Mista Mushroom, DuRT and I<3audrey!

It’s fairly cynical songs over jaunty melodies (I guess). It’s described as antifolk mainly. Watch me talk about how I accidentally ate some wire and got my head caught in a fan (that’s right, I’ve put it to music). Here is a summary of what else I’ve been doing with my life.

Been up in London for a few years, studying philosophy, playing accordion in various other punk bands, touring around mainland Europe, playing piano, making documentary and generally whining about stuff….had a vague stint of going viral on Youtube for generally making an idiot out of myself – that’s when the hate mail really started.
But it does mean I have more in common with cats and Rebecca Black, so in my mind, that counts as a success.
Got a show up to Edinburgh Fringe a little while a go which was fun.
I’m terrible at writing this sort of thing, and I realise I am no longer writing in the third person, even though that’s what you’re supposed to do in press materials. But that’s why I’m “working” in music as opposed to P.R.
I spend a lot of time looking at birds as well. We get parakeets in London, so that’s good and fun to look at. Sometimes I record the sounds they make. Last week we were filming a scene where I repeatedly fell backwards into a swimming pool.


“anti-folk along the same lines as Joanna Newsom and Regina Spektor, but angrier” – Andrew Cream

“What the fuck is this, Bill Oddies’ Goth-watch?” – youtube user “The Matto469”

“Devolving facsimile of Bukowski. let it die.” – youtube user “Doctoro Jacko Linto”

“If you became a lecturer it might iron out your inability to socialise” – Neil Strauss, author of The Game

“There is nothing charming about the way that you speak” – Joe Innes

“You should remember that you have an audience […] you live in England, do you know my mate Simon Cowell?” – Randy Jones, The Cowboy from The Villiage People.

“SCARY PICTURE OF EYES – my eight year old son is referring to ‘Lottie'” – someone in the Quay Arts, Isle of Wight, in reference to Rachael Berry’s scary picture of my eyes.

“Yeah, I like her, I think she’s funny. I’m bloody glad she isn’t my daughter though.” – Someone’s mother in Antrim.

“esoteric, hipster shit” […] “Like Taylor Swift with a bad speed problem” – Tim Loud

Cheers, bye.

Mean Ceaser-
A new band featuring members of 46 Itchy, Athens Polytechnic, Atomic Newt Beaver, The Barrymores, Crystal Piss, Emanican, The Exhausts, Flat Earth, Fletch Cadillac, Great Cynics, Handsome Man, Her High Heels, Horse, It’s Not OK!, Love In Hundreds, The Murderburgers, Myelin, Pure Graft, Rivalries, Up In Arms, Visual Offence, Werecats and Writhe.

Half A Chicken
Beer, anti-fascist, making you think, politics, disliking umbrella’s, hugging new friends, following your dreams, not taking no for an answer, doing something to make something better, punk, beauty, not moaning, enjoying everything, challenging stereotypes, laughing, singing together, DIY, challenging yourself, one world, being stabbed in the bum when 7, being with friends and loved ones…..LIVING…..this is what the music is about!

£5 adv

Additional information

Ticket Type

General Admission

Event Details

Date: 2017-12-10

Start time: 18:00 p.m.

End time: 21:00 p.m.

Venue: New Cross Inn



There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “Papyrus – Prevention of Young Suicide Benefit”

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

We accept the following card payment methods: