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Depeche Choad / Gravelle / Cameo Habitat / Casper Heyzeus on Friday 28th June 2019
- Non ticketed -
- Doors 7:30pm -
- £4 entry -
Ice Cream For Crow Records is a small, independent tape label based in Aberdeen, Scotland.
Please join us at Bannerman's on Friday 28th June as we return to Edinburgh for another fine night of live music!
- Depeche Choad (Aberdeen) -
Girth Rock/Factcore band Depeche Choad - musical influence ranges from Punk to Italio Disco, Pop Rock to Bosnian Folk Music & everything in-between making it difficult to pigeon hole them into one specific genre.
DC pride themselves on energetic, fun performances with raw unadulterated passion and an element of crowd participation.
FFO: Butthole Surfers, Why?, Husker Du & Dan Deacon.
- GRAVELLE (Livingston) -
Electronic post-punk duo GRAVELLE (pronounced like the dirt) released their debut EP 'Liquid Skin' in October 2018 and have been busy touring around Scotland ever since. We're very pleased to welcome them on an ICFC bill for the first time. An energetic, danceable gothic noise experience awaits you…
- Cameo Habitat (Edinburgh) -
Cameo Habitat are a 4-piece indie rock back straight from Edinburgh itself. Since their first headline gig back in the June 2018, the band have continued their momentum with the release of two singles - 'Don't Mind It', and the latest track 'How I Knew You' released in January 2019. With a recent support slot for Oddity Road in February, the band have laid the foundations for what should be a fruitful year for them.
- Casper Heyzeus (Aberdeen) -
Casper Heyzeus are a synth-pop/rock band from Aberdeen, Scotland.
Beginning as a solo project, since 2016 they've released 2 albums and an EP on Ice Cream For Crow Records, as well as being featured on the Adventures in Home Taping compilation series released under POST/POP Records.
2019 is set to be a busy year as they plan to play across the country, as well as release their 3rd album and several EPs.
Music Genres: Alternative, Electronic, Indie, Punk, Rock
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