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Mär 17

Glasswerk

Datum

Mittwoch, 17. März 2010 um 20:00 Uhr

Ort

93 Feet East
150 Brick Lane, London, E1 6QL, United Kingdom

Tel: +44 (0)20 7247 3293

Web:

Auf der Karte zeigen

http://www.glasswerk.co.uk/gigs/london/10315

Beschreibung

MAIN HALL: 40 WATT CLUB PRESENTS:
ARTEFACTS FOR SPACE TRAVEL + NEON HIGHWIRE + SIR YES SIR
7:30PM - 11:00PM
£5 ADV / £7 DOOR
BUY TICKETS HERE

ARTEFACTS FOR SPACE TRAVEL are a 'gang of South London Noise Psychos' (Dazed and Confused) who churn out 'toxic punk sludge' (Stool Pigeon) and 'weirdo lo-fi psych rock' (Timeout) Sounds great doesn't it! Come and check them out...

NEON HIGHWIRE is three determined men from two countries with one goal: to make you dance like a grizzly bear on a Turkish hotplate. If it weren't for a series of happy coincidences involving stolen shoes, broken synthesisers and port, it may never have happened. A fusion of dirty electro and angular post-rock guitar soundscapes, their sound is strapped onto intricate structures with three part vocals that amplify and propel the songs to their irresistible climaxes. Formed in late 2008, Neon Highwire wander confused around the streets of London, forcing themselves upon the general public melodically and erotically with their musicianship; and their £5 haircuts. They've performed at 93 Feet East, The Old Blue Last and 333 amongst others, and are fast building a reputation for inhumanly energetic performances and an ability to get even the most hard line 'Standing Stillers' dancing their tits off. It's an electroplosion.

SIR YES SIR. Somewhere I have a recording of the Wedding Present playing 'Box Elder' by Pavement. So, I would wager, have SYS. Not that there is anything wrong with that, to quote Jerry Seinfeld. Sir Yes Sir ape their heroes right down to the check plaid shirts and yelped vocals. The guitars rattle along in a hundred mile an hour chime. There's nothing deep, nothing difficult, just good clean fun.

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