DESIGNER MAGAZINE'S 7TH BIRTHDAY PARTY
Venue: Night & Day, Oldham Street, Manchester
Date: Tuesday 6th June
Price: Â£5 on the door (No Advance Tickets)
* EXIST So about us? Listen to the tunes. Let them do the talking. Biogs are for journalists not myspace and bands that want to imagine what their favourite journalist in the world would say. Over to you people!!!!!!!! "Best New Band In Britain" - Steve Lamacq Radio 1 "Woooosh what the f*ck was that" The Fly "Absolutely astounding band to fall in love with"
Exist are currently in the middle of a national tour with Rick Witter & The Dukes (ex-Shed 7). For fans of Kasabian, Stone Roses, Charlatans, Primal Scream
* RYNA go for the jugular, this Manchester based female fronted four piece came together late last year with the sole intention of writing spiky pop songs you could cut yourself on. Anthemic choruses, surf/trash guitars and the dirtiest bass sound this side of Kim Gordon all contribute to RYNA's sound. Sure to delight.
Some of you may remember Beard from Manchester / Macclesfield legends Marion - the band are featured in next months Q Magazine as part of a retrospective feature on Marion
* WAIGER are a north-west band who in the past year have self recorded their music, gained excellent press following the buzz surrounding the band and have landed high profile slots with established acts such as EDITORS, OCEANSIZE and The Suffrajets. With increasing support from their loyal fan base, Waiger will continue to flex their unique style across the UK and beyond, ensuring that they captivate their audiences whenever and wherever this may be. 'Awesome band'
THE SUN (Newspaper) / 'Quality' KASABIAN / 'Great great songs' THE KILLERS' MANAGER
* POWELL MORGAN - We call it Prog Pop. None of us are from Manchester, All of us have put our heart and soul into bands that didnt work. None of us thought we'd ever start a band from scratch ever AGAIN, But here we are. Creating ambitious and intelligent guitar epics Powell Morgan follow the recent tradition of bringing prog back to the masses ala Mew and Pure Reason Revolution.