Andy quirk presents at Lark In The Park on Saturday December 22nd...
Kick Box Riot
+ Dancefloor indie rock n' roll DJs 'til 2am!
Live gigs and indie clubs should be awesome. They should present the best new live bands followed by tunes to make you dance. They should be held in quality venues with nice staff and an easy going atmosphere. The bands should complement each other. The door price must not be a ripoff. The DJs should entertain, surprise and, god forbid, take the odd request. This is *I*N*D*I*E***D*I*S*C*O* with bands worth watching and the best indie rock n' roll from the last three decades to dance to 'til late.
A truly stella lineup that deserves the attention of every live music lover in London. Headlining are Plastic Toys, a darkly stylish dance rock machine from Southampton who play their last date with us before jetting off on tour to Italy and then returning to bomb round the UK supporting My Ruin. Their last single made the UK indie top 30, greatness awaits.
Revolution make the sort of epic rock that could make Muse quake in the shadow of (good) U2. Winners of BBC SC Unsigned, nominated for the BBC Electric Proms, 'Artist Of The Month' at Hitquarters.co.uk and Songquarters 'Artist Of the Week'. Revolution have headlined packed out venues including The Underworld, The Garage and the London Astoria 2.
Opening are a band voted best newcomer of 2007 by listeners of BBC Radio 1 Wales, Kick Box Riot were catapulted into the nation's consciousness with their unique brand of British Indie/Rock which gained them a prime-time slot on the 20 000 capacity Wakestock Festival Main Stage. Repeated plays by numerous BBC Radio 1 DJs and a live session for XFM, along with electric live performances. has seen them develop a huge nationwide fanbase in an astonishingly short time.
Who: Plastic Toys / Revolution / Kick Box Riot
When: 22/12/07. 8pm-2am
How Much: £5 (£4 Myspace Friends)
Where: Lark in the Park, 60 Copenhagen street, London, N1 0JW (020 7278 5781)