Hacienda Records - humanizerís EP Launch tickets
St Philips Church , Salford Fri 2nd September 2011
Hacienda Records - humanizerís ďThis Tiny UniverseĒ EP Launch Event. Live : humanizer & Working For A Nuclear Free City.
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Lineup and Details for Hacienda Records - humanizerís EP Launch on Fri 2nd September 2011
Hacienda Records - humanizers This Tiny Universe EP Launch Event
Live : humanizer & Working For A Nuclear Free City.
DJ Supports To Be Announced
St Philips Church, Chapel Street, Salford.
Friday 2nd September 2011
7.30pm to 10.30 PM
This concert is limited to precisely 200 tickets. Once sold out, no more will be issued.
humanizers week in week out rehearsal studios, based to St Phils Church in Salford will host the event marking their debut EP on Hacienda Records as they headline their first Salford show following a recent very well received Islington Mill gig at the end of July.
The event marks the release on Hacienda Records of humanizers This Tiny Universe EP, which showcases the band uniquely poised sound with the first four tracks from this up and coming, highly rated Salford band. The band are already receiving great support from Clint Boon, Eddie Temple Morris, John Robb, Alan McGee, Jagz Kooner, Jon Dasilva for their independently minded style.
humanizers effervescent and energetic, highly original sound takes in shades of early Stone Roses, modern psychedelic indie techno bands and the most respected dance music producers such as Carl Craig with a sound that has depth, guts and a warped sense of glory.
humanizer are joined by friends Working For A Nuclear Free City who have recently returned from dates in the United States where their mix of techno, shoegaze and indie rock is enduringly and widely admired
Support DJs are to be announced while St Phils is regarded as one of the most individual and intriguing of gig venues across Manchester. A 300 year old listed church building, artists to have previously played at St Phils include Laura Marling, Florence & the Machine, Bombay Bicycle Club, Cherry Ghost, The Walkmen and more.
Following the St Philips Church Concert, humanizer will be supporting Peter Hook And The Light at The Lowry, Salford on Saturday 18th November.
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