Designer Magazine presents...
Fox Force Five
Six Ten Repeater
VENUE: Manchester Roadhouse
DATE: Sat Feb 7th
PRICE: £5 in adv from www.wegottickets.com
FOX FORCE FIVE
As recently seen at the sell out show by THE MUSIC at Moho
Following some cracking live dates with Little Man Tate and The Rascals, Deadbeat Echoes come play for Designer Magazine
SIX 10 REPEATER
six10repeater were born in Manchester mid 2007. Hailing from various parts of the north of England they met through a love of the same music, all drawing influence from bands such as the Foo Fighters, The Cure, Queens of the Stone Age, Muse and Nirvana. They soon found themselves with an abundance material and set a demo by the name of "Hearts And Nails" which turned heads on the Manchester scene and set the band to play venues such as Manchester academy 3 and a t.v. appearance on Manchester's one and only channel M, and also to the highly coveted "In The City" festival 2007 to which they gained promising press reports from numerous magazines. Not bad for less than a years work!!!!! 2008 has been a good year. six10 started the year by being named 'best new band' in March by XFM Manchesters uploaded competition, and claiming support slots to bands like Babyshambles at The Teenage Kicks event in London. six10repeater have also had two tracks appearing (Today Somehow and Hearts and Nails) on Pro Evolution Soccer 09 game and soundtrack which was released in October. six10repeater are a dynamic 3 piece and a stunning live act who leave an imprint on audiences and venues wherever they play. With powerful riffs, hard hitting drums, thick rocking bass lines and heart melting melodys.
THE SLEAZY MCGUIRES
THE Sleazy McGuires are like a breath of fresh air. A bunch of no nonsense lads who don’t wear skintight jeans and play what they want to play. Their music can sweep you from harrowing dark nights on America’s death row to inside the head of an ageing alcoholic who realises his life, and health, is wasting away. For me, the best thing about them is that they don’t actually know how good they are. The world could be their oyster - but in true Sleazy style they’ll probably just be happy with more Guinness. Mike Keegan (Manchester Evening News 2008)