Warmduscher Share “Super Cool” Visualizer

It’s been a big year for Warmduscher with performances on Later… with Jools Holland, Glastonbury’s Park Stage and a nomination for best Independent Breakthrough at the AIM Awards. They released their brilliant album At The Hotspot to much acclaim and then followed it up with a 4-track remix EP months later. Next Monday the band will perform a 6music live from Maida Vale session for Marc Riley and will then cap off the year with a hometown performance at Brixton Electric on the Friday. See HERE for tickets andbelow for full list of remaining dates…

03.11.22 – Rock City – NOTTINGHAM

04.11.22 – Mutations Festival – BRIGHTON

05.11.22 – The 1865 – SOUTHAMPTON

08.11.22 – Sub89 – READING

09.11.22 Guildhall Gloucester

10.11.22 – Waterfront – NORWICH

11.11.22 – Electric Brixton – LONDON

Acclaim for Warmduscher

Hotspot is pure Warmduscher – their greasy essence extracted at 24 karat purity, then expanded into a whole sleazy universe.” The Quietus

“Absolutely outrageous… with it’s peacock strut aligned to surreal word play.” Clash

“Full throttle doom disco… fearless hedonism.” So Young Magazine

Highly danceable and wonderfully profane.” Far Out Magazine

“An album chock full of sumptuous smooth dance, funk, soul pumped through with plenty of upbeat, fun disco beats… Perfect for afters and a sure groove, At the Hotspot feels like you have entered the hottest party in the city and you are the coolest cat in the joint.” Gigwise

“Deliciously grotty… a carnival of different sounds and offbeat ideas.” NME 

“Building on the infectious creativity of its predecessors, At The Hotspot affirms the group’s position at the cutting edge of experimental dance music… The record’s diverse and inventive nature suggests Warmduscher are at the peak of their creativity, and not about to stop.” The Line Of Best Fit

“One of the best party bands around… It’s a raucous ball of energy of an album with an unrelenting party vibe that leaps out from every crevice.” NARC

“An album of disco-funk and lyrical irreverence… like Mac Demarco if he went full Beckett.” The Skinny