Fri 12th April 2013
243 Old Street
7.30pm - late
£4adv - £5 on the door http://www.wegottickets.com/event/216446
We welcome Sister Gracie (Max Walker) to the stage, who are an electronic act from London
Sister Gracie have already created a strong reputation, having already supported bands including The Fall and O Children. Taking influence from anything and everything, their sound is based around various string and percussion arrangements; they revel in odd structures; they embrace clashing notes; they make complexity simplistic; they are truly unique and awesome in the true meaning of the sense.
Another Lover http://youtu.be/zGKYXTo65WE
Panoramic View http://youtu.be/c21i_z9-DuY
3 piece from Hackney currently working on an EP and gigging in London: post grunge, classic British indie and psych rock
Post-grunge, psych-surf, alternative tumble-weed rock.
Making music from the mad to the magnificent, the manifestation of Mains Hum is born. More metal than Marley and meatier than Mumford, these men mix up their muses for mayhem, mischief and merriment, making a massive musical mash-up.
Londoner Bobby Whirlwind’s infectious synth pop evokes good times and sunshine, a train journey over misty mountains, a little boat on an ocean, a hug on a distant beach at sunrise. Drawing on influences from disco to post-punk, folk to techno, Arthur Russell to Studio and New Order, debut album Into the Blue is a pop masterpiece bursting with hooks, optimism and holiday spirit. The energetic live show is guaranteed to make you smile and dance. Also, there will be puppets.
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Roadtrip & The Workshop
243 Old Street, EC1V 9EY London, United Kingdom
Date: 4/12/2013 7:30 PM
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