4 Mar: GAOLER'S DAUGHTER, DYNAMO GARAGE, THE SCREENBEATS, RED CABLE SUNDAY, EDIT/SELECT DJs @ 229, London
Gaoler's Daughter + Dynamo Garage + The Screenbeats + Red Cable Sunday hosted by DJs Edit/Select
Thursday 4th March 2010-02-18
Entry £6 (£4 NUS/list). I
ndustry/Media contact therocklands[at]yahoo[dot ]com in advance.
229 Great Portland Street, London W1 http://www.myspace.com...
Next to Great Portland Street tube. Oxford Streeet/Camden 10 mins walk.
The Music, Art, Poetry, Comedy, Politics, Media and Industry gathering returns starring three up and coming newer wave alternative pop outfits and, keeping Rocklands different, the launch of the classical leftfield 'Prelude To The Nocturn' a soundtrack for every man played live at institutions and estates London wide before a concert performance at Rocklands http://www.youtube.com...
GAOLERS DAUGHTER : No serious 2010 tips bill would be complete without the guitar frenzy cap of the capital sound of Gaoler's Daughter, a firm Rocklands favourite. With The Only Way To Travel EP already picked up Steve Lamacq, Tom Robinson etc and a Babyshambles tour under their collective belt, the next chapter is looking well promising. http://www.myspace.com...
DYNAMO GARAGE : On the ones to watch radar of Dazed n Confused and John Kennedy, steam punk inspiring dandy ruffians with guitar sculptures. Currently recording a new EP for release in April. http://www.myspace.com...
THE SCREENBEATS : Mod pop tinged new wave from Berserkshire causing a stir, BBC Introducing sessions, cool live presence.http://www.myspace.com...
RED CABLE SUNDAY : Prelude To The Nocture - single launch.453 Club usually starts with some classical music. This time live! "Red Cable Sunday brings the ol' johanna back into fashion, tickling the ivories (and ebonies!) to great effect while performing a self-scored, gershwin inspired yet politically motivated instrumental tune" (Resonance FM) There is a much bigger picture Read about it here http://www.myspace.com... - which is where being part of the Rocklands Art Beat movement comes in...
DJ hosts EDIT/SELECT are a band on rise from London's punky lower east side, run clubs, play gigs with people like Franz Ferdinand, Bombay Bicycle Club etc are increrasingly ones to watch. Bloody great DJs - excpect corkers.
This is the second in a series of four Newer Wave Tips events.
The first was February 010;
King Of Conspiracy, Hedoniacs, The 633, The Heartbreakers and friends - Come early to help make the next short
8th April : West End Comedy & Electro Stars show!