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Thurs 9th Sept | South Street arts centre | Doors 8 pm |Entry £7 |18 +| www.readingarts.com/southstreet
South Street arts centre & Monkeysuit are thrilled to announce…
“still doing it better than anyone else; ravier than Foals, more fun than Fuck Buttons more post-hardcore muscle than Metronomy.” - NME
“Errors Rule. There’s no debating it, and anyone who thinks otherwise is a bloody chump.” 4.5/5 - The Fly
“Come Down With Me is a thrilling invitation” 4/5 - Q
“A phenomenally fun record” 9/10 - Rock Sound
Signed to Mogwai's Rock Action label, Glasgow's critically acclaimed Errors warm up for a whole glut of festival appearances with an exclusive date at South Street, Reading.
Errors is a 4-piece band originally formed in 2004 who to date have released a series of 7" singles, EPs and their debut album ‘It’s Not Something But It Is Like Whatever' through Rock Action and these releases have brought them to the attention of the mainstream media with support and acclaim for the band coming across the board from MTV, DJ’s like Zane Lowe, John Kennedy and Vic Galloway, Mary Anne Hobbs, Rob Da Bank and Huw Stephens, magazines such as NME, Dazed and Confused and Rock Sound as well as tours and live dates with bands as varied as Underworld, Franz Ferdinand, Explosions In The Sky and Mogwai.
Their latest album ‘Come down with me’ garnered critical acclaim across the board and demonstrates the band’s continuing musical growth.
Wrexham’s Gallops have been described as the Welsh Battles. These comparisons are fair, as both bands music contains elements of electronica and rock, complex time signatures and driving beats which keep one foot on the dancefloor.
The band have been confirmed to headline the BBC Introducing stage at Reading and Leeds and will release their debut ep via Holy Roar (Rolo Tomassi, Gallows, Pulled Apart By Horses)/Blood and Biscuits (Three Trapped Tigers) on 16th Aug.
Gallops will also be supporting rising stars Esben & the witch later in the year.
TILEHURST CHILDRENS ARKESTRA
Tilehurst Childrens Arkestra describe themselves as terminally unhip yet seriously cool smokin' 70s cop lounge music. For fans of Stereolab and/or Hawkind.
We will spinning down tempo electronica delights during the course of the evening. Lovely.
All tickets £7 from http://www.readingarts.com/southstreet