Future Sound Share-Showcase Gig and Club featuring Pati Yang, Black Cherry, The Dark Lights, Sturle Dagsland & Eames(DJ) tickets
The Star Of Kings, London Fri 14th September 2012
Future Sound Share presents a post summer gig and club night for new and emerging bands, producers and DJ's
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Lineup and Details for Future Sound Share-Showcase Gig and Club featuring Pati Yang, Black Cherry, The Dark Lights, Sturle Dagsland & Eames(DJ) on Fri 14th September 2012
Following the success of previous gigs and one of bands successful signature to a record label, Future Sound Share presents a post summer gig and club night for new and emerging bands, producers and DJs including;
The Dark Lights
Eames (Juice FM & Tram and Social)
Fri 14th September
The Star of Kings
126 York Way
London N1 0AX
£4 adv/ £5 on the door http://www.wegottickets.com/event/178663
Resident Advisor http://www.residentadvisor.net/event.aspx?388759
Skiddle http://www.skiddle.com/events/11690438/ or 0844 884 2920
Pati Yang brings her bouncy, synth drenched, up-tempo melodies to what will be the launch night of her new EP Hold Your Horses.
Following her success with the band Children and collaboration in Flykiller, she is now in the early stages of her solo career on these shores.
Pati who is originally from Poland has been involved in music for most her life. She will be joined on stage by Kasia will be playing bass and keyboard.
Black Cherry will be bringing their fusion of dance, rock and electro; compromising of stories of love, sadness, laughter, death and new journeys.
London based Black Cherry are lead singer and DJ Megane Quashie and producer Gui Fraisse. They have performed multiple times at Glastonbury Festival, V Festival, The Great Escape Festival and Rockness festivals to name but a few Having toured extensively throughout Europe and America, appearing at SXSW Festival by invitation twice and CMJ New York City. Expect to hear the sounds of Black Cherry at summer festivals and across the airwaves in 2012.
"Synthesiser boogie, with lashings of murder, insecurity and raw promise."
- Q Magazine
"Black Cherry look set to kick their dancey rock on and up to another level entirely" - The Fly
The Dark Lights
The Dark Lights are a London-based 5 piece Australian band known for their dynamic indie electronica, recently released their debut EP, "The Boy Who Saw Through Walls". The EP features the single The Eye, which has been receiving airplay and great reviews in the UK and abroad.
Recorded by the band across two continents and mixed by Adelaide-based American John DeMichele, "The Boy Who Saw Through Walls" wraps layered soundscapes around heartfelt vocals, with experimental guitar melodies and tight drums driving the pace.
Having done an extensive UK tour in late 2011, and pre-selling out their single launch in their home base of London, The Dark Lights are doing another UK tour in October this year with Coroner for the Police, and plans for more extensive touring and another release in 2013.
We welcome Sturle Dagsland and his band & his brother and producer Sjur Dagsland who have come all the way from Norway to play as part of their Tour of Norway, Denmark and England. They are currently in the process of recording their debut EP that will be released this year
In Live situations they are also accompanied by other musicians who plays an array of instruments such as cello, kalimba, banjo, electronics, piano, guitar, marxopone, accordion and autoharp
"The concert was a delightful goosebumps-inducing affair and a refreshingly unique breathing hole in the densely packed concert program....(...) It's been a long time since i've seen a vocal talent of this magnitude." - berekvam.com
"Two acoustic guitars, a boy with angelic voices and tremendous will to communicate. Sturle Dagsland has moved out of his own dream world and invites us in. But the dream distorts and gives a substance you will not forget anytime soon" kakaomusikk.no
Eames (AKA Angus Wilson) takes over the decks this month. You can normally find him playing his eclectic mix of dance and indie music at the Tram and Social in London and on his weekly show on Juice FM. Its pretty much impossible not to dance to his varied choice of tunes which you can listen to on the Soundcloud link below
This is some footage from the last gig
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