The Rescue Rooms archives: 2016


  • Friday 4th November 2016
  • Supported by: Baba Naga + Autumn Diet Plans

2016 Crosa Rosa D2D

Genre: Psychedlia, garage rock

About: Three piece alternative band, inspired by 60's surf, psychedelic…

Kind words:

"When it comes to fusing styles, Crosa Rosa excel ahead of their contemporaries with relative ease. Drenched in feedback and psychedelic noodling, the trio also exude with the demeanor of whimsical slackers , a scrum of scruffy haircuts and slouched shoulders - an intriguing combination" - Gigwise (The best bands playing Reading + Leeds' Introducing Stage.

"Nottingham three-piece Cross Rosa were only conceived just over a year ago, yet already they've made their presence felt among the city's live music scene. Fusing elements of halcyon era Sub Pop (Superfuzz Bigmuff/Bleach, you get the drift) with psychedelic surges akin to early Spacemen 3 or more recently The Wytches, their new self produced EP Pantophobia is one of the most exciting releases out there at the minute." - Drowned in Sound

"Whacky, fuzzed-up garage noise redolent of '70s strangeness, with the odd big hammer blow, they're definitely worth keeping an eye on" - Kerrang!

"This grunge psych three-piece have been making waves around Nottingham for a few months now. Debut EP Pantophobia came out last month, encapsulating everything that makes them such a breathtaking live experience. Get there early and see what all the fuss is about." - Drowned in Sound (Dot to Dot festival guide)

"Crosa Rosa are an excellently named three piece with a penchant for high octane alt, grunge and psychedelic sounds which are sure to grab the attention of the crowd" - Nottingham Live

"Crosa Rosa the heavy addition to the BBC introducing stage at this years Y Not" - BBC Introducing

"Disgusting music and their mothers should be ashamed" - Gail Pfister

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