This Saturday, 24th November at the Cardigan Arms, Kirkstall Road, Leeds.
If you like any of the following or even if you don't, you should come to this gig:
Good lyrics, The Fall, The Smiths, Kirsty MacColl, Jonathan Richman, PiL, Pixies, Jacques Brel, Pet Shop Boys, creaking appliances, crackly films, hoary old synths, fizzy pop, Jeffrey Lewis, Kate Bush, Huw Stephens, The Wedding Present, Julie Doiron, Nellie McKay, lab coats, disco, snarling, harmonies, hooks, Calderdale, the seaside, The Beach Boys...and of course the acts themselves.
Blah Blah Tin give all their music away for free and will stun you with their visual, lyrical and musical concepts (and make you dance to their beats). With ironing boards as standard.
The Wind-Up Birds mix Lydon with Morrissey, Malkmus with MES for an intelligent punk-post-punk noise.
Penny Broadhurst makes witty, catchy pop full of harmonies and spark. Proper singing, proper performance.
Ian Cockburn of Leeds favourites The Seven Inches lays his heart bare with humour and hooks to spare.
PLUS: Exclusive free 1 track Penny Broadhurst CD while stocks last at the gig THIS SATURDAY. "You Wish You Were My Man" is a radical remix by 586 of an original song that has since been totally changed in terms of arrangement and style and some of the melody. So it's like a completely different song, especially as 586 did some cool and crazy cut and paste action and awesome beats. If you like Lycanthropy-era Patrick Wolf, 586, cowbells, 80s electro, French disco and such, you'd do well to turn up early to the Cardi.