SUN, 19th SEPT 2021

3:00pm - 8:00pm

£8 adv + bf // £10 OTD


Simon Yorkshire presents Intox Extravaganza at The 100 Club

Sunday September 19th from 3pm till 8pm.

Deep in the bowels of Oxford Street, Intox invites you to luxuriate in luminaries of South-London’s left-field scene, as eclectic live music leaps from…


Known previously for their song writing with dreamy psych band Landshapes (Bella Union) Jemma has tinged this energetic glam rock. Lush guitar tones and introspective psychedelic lyrics bound together with
unbounded energy. Colliding themes of secret worlds, hidden agendas, apathy and anxiety, Jemma’s sonorous voice tells a story of unravelling completely and tying yourself back up again.

In their first ever live set, Private Plebs will perform Part 1 of songs created using poems from The Wayward Muse, a 1920 book by the singer’s great-grandfather, Arthur Golland – this time in industrial funk and skank styles. Featuring songwriting, vocals, guitar and drumming of Jonas Golland (Tiger Lillies, I am Meat, PsychoYogi); the subversive and terrifying guitar of Stephen Elwell (Brain of Morbius, A Nightmare on Old Kent Road, Dismal Grey); the melodic and topsy turvy bass of Dave Swift (The Balloons); the versatile and soundscaping trumpet of Robyn Stewart (Two Horns). In store for you are themes of romantic ration cards, the grit in the food, the rush to the draft, cautionary diets and more. They are thrilled to share their work together over the last year with you, and bring you lyrics to consider that are even older than the 100 Club. Special edition CDs will be available, so come prepared. 

You will be the first to witness them.


FROM THE ASHES OF YORKSHIRE VS ESSEX, Simon Yorkshire and Chris Essex launch their new project at The 100 Club, as swirling synth sounds swim across abstract reflections of nature and the nature of life. Special guest musicians will be joining the party.


Empowered electronics, kinetic pulse, drifting texture, undulating drone, amber cloud, alternating current, corrosive rain, dots behind the eyes, light becomes sound, rebuilt from the ground up with whatever comes to hand.

HARMERGEDDON is Nathan Greywater and Polyphoniefae, Deptford-based a/v performance art duo formed in South London in the autumn of 2010.

Their live show blends sound and light in a feedback loop using photophonics (sound carried on light beams), electro magnetic fields and consumer electronic junk, taking Industrial from its scrap metal past to the electronic fallout of late capitalism with a basis in improvisation and psychedelia. The result verges on sensory overload.

Plus interludes from DJ BLANK MILK