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The Magic Roundabout:Big Bambora,The Holograms & Bedside Manners tickets

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Friday 16th February 2018

8:00pm til 11:30pm

Minimum Age: 18

CMD presents The Magic Roundabout feat Big Bambora, The Holograms and Bedside Manners

 
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The Magic Roundabout:Big Bambora,The Holograms & Bedside Manners on Friday 16th February 2018

CMD presents The Magic Roundabout, a new monthly night showcasing some of the finest new music around.

The first for 2018 features three bands set to make waves this year:-

Big Bambora - The indie rock quintet are ready to take 2018 by the horns with the release of their second EP Monsoon having caused a stir with their infectious anthems over the last twelve months. Last year saw them beat a swathe of talent to make the final of Indie Week UK and with group ready to build on their success, we cant wait to see what they have in store for us this year.

The Holograms - Psych rock wizards The Holograms are one group that you will be hearing plenty of in 2018. Having played with The Vryll Society and Syd Arthur of late, they are blossoming into something truly special with their hypnotic splendor set to dazzle all that encounter their charms.

Bedside Manners - Ticking all the right boxes for highly addictive earworms, this vibrant five piece are only in their infancy yet already turning heads with their soaring melodies. After supporting Childcare on their recent UK tour, it looks like a bright future is in store for the Liverpool quintet.

Music Genres: 

Alternative, Indie, Rock, Rock & Roll

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