Top flight entertainment at the LP in Bury St Edmunds tonight:
+ Alloy Ark + The Soft + Mouse-Drawn Cart + DJ David Gray
£5 on the door
The Endless Sessions and Peacefrog Promotions are proud to present…
THE KABEEDIES @ WASHING MACHINE
The LP, Bury St Edmunds
Thursday 19th January 2012
Bury’s 100% pure quality clubnight WASHING MACHINE isextremely proud to present a night of near-orgasmic indie rock ‘n’ roll, featuring Norwich’s finest exports since Colman’s Mustard etc THE KABEEDIES
carried away on an avalanche of sexual charisma, care of
and the unspeakable genius of MOUSE-DRAWN CART
plus special guest DJ DAVE GRAY!
16+ welcome before 10.30pm
£4 advance from www.wegottickets.com
About the cast...
Since roaring straight outta Norwich and Woodbridge back in 2008, The Kabeedies became a genuine indie phenomenon when their song ‘Come On’ was used in a Worldwide advertising campaign for Microsoft Xbox Kinect. Their hotly-anticipated second album ‘Soap’ is released on 23rd January 2012 through legendary Fierce Panda records, so of course the accompanying promotional tour sees them taking in the hottest clubnight in the hippest venue in our nation’s officially-sanctioned City of Rock. There is literally NOTHING else you want to be doing when The Kabeedies are in town.
Yet another unbelievably ace Suffolk band, making this the best night ever to happen in the history of rock ‘n’ roll. Seriously, at this rate we’ll run out of adjectives and/or lazy comparisons.
Last-minute sexy additions to the bill, The Soft provide shimmering ambient/shoegaze soundscapes; their recent Hot Summer EP saw them attract the attentions of highly-influential Drownedinsound.com, whose editor personally invited the band to perform at this year's Great Escape festival. Expect bigness, and big goodness.
Hip-hop/grindcore genius, totally beyond description, entirely beyond belief. Not to be missed, even/especially in the event of your demise.