A right bunch of cheeky fuckers here with an album to completely break down any critical codswallop and to bring forth a fervent fever of gushing praise from even the most hard boiled reviewer. Make no mistake about it, these squawking sonic shits are good, darn good indeed and really excite with their innuendoed sax fuelled rock that has an obsession with the thrills of fast food chomping. Hailing from London these dudes really do need to spread their wings and drop some sonic shit on the heads of the unaware, here is my small attempt at provocating some flapping motions.Read More
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Sometimes you get a record to review and it just has you scratching your head wondering what the fuck have I just listened to. Well, lo and behold MFC Chicken has just done that as a chicken based album has just driven me cluckin' mad.
So with a retro swinging beat (well it is on Dirty Water Records after all) the music is delivered with aplomb and some of the sax playing is superb, but what's with the chicken based tunes, really?
The evening started off with a seemingly quiet bespectacled gentleman entering the stage, with organ music playing in the background. But this was no ordinary man - he was our Master of Ceremonies for the night - known as Rocking Reverend DJ Spencer, played by the agile Spencer Evoy from Canada. We later see him playing the saxophone and doing the splits at the same time! That is worth the ticket price alone!!Read More
Two of Dirty Water Records' leading acts are touring Spain in February 2015. MFC Chicken and Dustaphonics both have extensive tours lined up starting Wednesday 4 February:
MFC Chicken Spanish tour 2015:Read More
In the fine tradition of Frost/Nixon in this exciting episode of 1537 I give you my no-holds-barred interview with Spencer Evoy, lead vox and sax from, the 1537 2012 ‘Album of The Year’ winners, MFC Chicken!!
For the past couple of months, MFC Chicken have been incredibly busy. As a regular house band for Tangram Theatre’s production of Fuente Ovejuna at the Southwark Playhouse, the boys have had to squeeze in their other gigs at various London rock ‘n roll venues and make time to write new songs.Read More