The rather super Rubicks plus excellent support including Oragan singel of the weeker Loyal Trooper this Saturday
Peace In The City presents an evening of bands playing bright, alive and fizzing electronica and guitar stuff. Plus DJs after til 4am.
Rubicks fantastic ability to synthesize the pop pout of Blondie, the chilled machine thrum of Goldfrapp and the rock sensibilities of the Pixies into one late night, last-dance swirl of cheap lipstick and perfume probably deserves better than the Album pages . . . NME
Live at the Strip Club
"Dirty electro rock with sex obsessed punky charm. Like a turbo-charged Sigue Sigue Sputnik scrapping with the Human League on amphetamines. "
Be Quiet. Shout Loud!
Middlesbrough’s answer to The Rapture, The Music or The Infadels will take you by the scruff of your neck and shake you around like ragdolls. A musical cacophony of double drumming, slick funking, cowbell twatting rock and roll. -
"Pop/indie/rock, a young Franz Ferdinand with the charisma and raw sound of Yeah Yeah Yeahs with some quirky interruptions of some good ol' George Harrrison solos. Very catchy. Definitely deserves a listen."
Single of the week from super music mag Organ this week for this purveyor of highly jaunty country hymns.
After Hayley and Tegan play the best indieyoucandanceto, not-so-guilty pop pleasures, and old skool dancefloor classics...something to get everyone dancing until 4am.
Doors 7pm, entry £5