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Eyre Llew & Guests on Friday 20th July 2018
jackofthearts Presents: Loco Mote
They are an ambient-rock trio from Nottingham, UK and since forming in August 2014, they have since released nine singles and a self-recorded 12 track debut album entitled 'Atelo'. Their debut reached #24 in Drowned in Sounds Top 100 albums of 2017 and was critically acclaimed through Kerrang, BBC Introducing, Louder Than War, Fred Perry Subculture, Getintothis among many more! Having extensively toured the UK, Europe and Asia independently covering 20+ countries the band have now returned to home soil preparing for another tour around England throughout July. 2018 kickstarted the band with three nominations for the Unsigned Music Awards at The Great Escape under; Best Live Rock Act, Best Album & Best Video. Being championed by Gigwise as 'one of the most exciting bands in the UK right now' they are really not one to miss...
Spiky electronic pop with a bass and funk emulsion.
Ambient Dream Pop on steroids // Alias of experimental recording artist, Simon Maddison based somewhere in the Northern hemisphere // Influenced by time, natural LANDscapes, and the human condition // 9 Bands to Watch in 2017 - The Skinny // Described as 'The Real Deal' by Tom Robinson (BBC 6 Music)
Lcoma (aka) Liam Coleman (b.1988) is an experimental artist from Liverpool, UK. I predominantly blend processed guitar with field recordings within the ambient/drone genre, however, I also have a strong interest in techno/house music.
A Standard Model
A dysfunctional abstraction. Weakend punk and electromondaynity. London / Rio de Janeiro / Stoke-on-Trent.
Music Genres: Alternative, Electro, Electronic, Pop, Rock & Roll
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