1. LATE NIGHT LINGERIE

    Two-Bit Sister
    Slagcan
    Broad Bay
    Deathbeams

    DOWNSTAIRS HOSTED BY: Baby Love

    TWO-BIT SISTER
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    BROAD BADY
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    LATE NIGHT LINGERIE
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  2. ALPAGE RECORDS & STARGAZE PRESENT

    Marklion
    You Man
    Galaxians

    Downstairs Hosted by: Annie Oh

    Alpage Records
    Alpage Records is an independent label, founded in October 2012 by Vincent Thierion (Marklion, Dat Politics) and Olivier Durteste (DDDXIE, Rocky, Cercueil). Building on a base of respective experience, and motivated by the talent of their peers, they are dedicated to establishing a label with a human core, actively participating in the evolution and development of the career of musicians who share their values.

    Alpage Records currently has a dozen artists on its roster, each one attracted to the collective, human spirit at the heart of the team. Friends or allies, as part of this small enterprise they can celebrate their differences, search for authenticity, and strive for quality.

    For the label, it’s a matter of principle to have the artists involved in the whole process of creation and production, and to give them the freedom to be contribute to the manufacture and distribution of their work.

    Alpage Records’ ambition is to redefine the material production of music; to draw on talent and experience in a truly co-operative framework.
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  3. DIVERGE CARNIVAL SPECIAL

    Diverge Sound System
    Safe Hands
    Big Trouble Little China

    Downstairs Hosted by: Sky Larkin

    It’s Carnival weekend and Diverge are throwing a last minute party at their spiritual home, The Old Blue Last

    They’ll be playing all the Pop, Disco, House and Hip Hop tunes to make you shake your batty.

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  4. KANADA

    Dumb
    The Jacarandas

    DUMB
    Influenced bythe likes of Pavement, The Cribs and cult American indie rock heroes Built To Spill, Dumb’s transatlantic, guitar-heavy sound and self-assured swagger has already caught the attention of NME and BBC Radio 1. Made up of slick melodies and infectious hooks fronted singer Dylan Williams’ rasping vocal tones, the band are distinguishing themselves from the rest of what the Midlands has to offer musically.

    “For years indie bands were held back and were quite twangy,” explains guitarist Tom Minchin. “We thought we’d turn it all up to ten as we don’t want anything to sound too small. I know it’s a bit crude or garish, but we like everything to be in your face.”

    Following a string of single releases and a debut gig at London’s Koko, the band embarked upon a rigorous gigging ritual, sharing the stage with the likes of Darlia, Skaters, LSA, Superfood, Baby Strange and Charlie Boyer and the Voyeurs plus a memorable night opening their manager, Jon Brookes’ memorial night at Royal Albert Hall last October.Singer, Dylan says “It felt more natural than any other gig we’d done. We were just soaking up the whole experience playing alongside such Great British heavyweights as New Order, The Vaccines and The Charlatans.”

    Dumb release 5 track EP “Chew Me Up, Spit Me Out” on August 18th on transparent 12″ vinyl and digital download. Featuring Retina, Dive, Super Sonic Love Toy, Two Bottles & new track Still I’m Stuck.
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    THE JACARANDAS
    Melody driven guitar pop with hidden hints of melancholia
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  5. PINK MIST

    BATS
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    BATS
    BATS are a group of mammals comprised of various molecules based mainly on carbon. They began their musical quest in 2006, releasing an EP ‘Cruel Sea Scientist’ in 2007 and their debut LP ‘Red In Tooth & Claw’, produced by Converge’s Kurt Ballou, in 2009. Sporting their own brand of science inspired post-hardcore and danceable post-punk, they’ve played support to such big-name acts as The Locust, These Arms Are Snakes, Gang Gang Dance, Sebadoh and Chrome Hoof. With the forthcoming release of their sophmore album ‘The Sleep of Reason’ , produced by These Arms Are Snakes’ Chris Common, BATS seek to continue their ongoing quest of promoting science and reason while combating superstition and pseudoscience with blastable riffage and erudite hookage. Watch this space-time.
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  6. VICE ISSUE LAUNCH

    Elder Island
    Battle Lines
    Panes DJ
    Noisey DJs
    @Edlilo DJ

    Downstairs Hosted By: Where To Now

    ELDER ISLAND
    Bristol trio Elder Island release their debut self-titled EP through brand new label Four Thieves Records. Elder Island is the hatchling brainchild of Katy Sargent, David Havard and Luke Thornton. Their sound comprises cello and female vocals enwreathed in a multi-layered chorus of guitar, keys, bass and beats. The band met whilst studying in Bristol and has been intermittently producing and playing music together ever since. Debut track ‘What It’s Worth’ is a perfect primer to their soulful pop swell highlighting Sargent’s rich vocal within a tapestry of inventive pop sensibility. – Rough Trade

    Sombre melodies unravel into funk-infused, syncopated beats that seem to fill the skin of the song, buoying the tension within the harmonies to produce contours that effortlessly contrast the simplicity demanded by singer Katy Sargent. – The Line of Best Fit.
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    BATTLE LINES
    Formed in the spring of 2012, in Leeds UK, founding members Carly Humphries, Matthew Bradley, Ralph Sayers and Luke Barnfather spent early months writing and recording with producers James Kenosha (Dry the River / Pulled Apart By Horses), Lee Smith and Jamie Lockheart (The Cribs / Forward Russia). Battle lines released limited edition Hearts 7”, in March 2013, followed by performances at Reading and Leeds Festivals, Beacons Festival and sold out show across the UK.

    Battle Lines’ latest offering, Colonies (via No Sleep Records), is a bold and visceral two- song seven-inch that runs the gamut of emotions with cathartic soundscapes and exposed disposition. From the haunting title tracks, “colonies,” which is fraught with inner conflict, as Humphries disarms the soul with her vulnerable lyrics about pensive experiences with love, to “Push,” an intense track that builds and bursts with angst and submission, Battle Lines reveal love, loss and purgatory; dark, cerebral and unarmed.

    After making their US debut at SXSW 2014, and multiple shows and tours, Battle Lines are spending the summer to craft their debut record.
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  7. HOWL

    Idles
    St Pierre Snake Invasion
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    Howl DJs

    Downstairs Hosted by: Munki

    IDLES
    A five piece that post punk, punk and rock and roll with explosive live results. They’re ready with a mass of new material, lead by their first double A side ‘QUEENS / IMAGINED COMMUNITIES’ coming very soon.

    “Band of 2012″ – BBC Introducing in The West

    “Idles have all the vital ingredients that go into being a great rock band” – Crack Magazine
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    ST PIERRE SNAKE INVASION
    5 Piece Band from Bristol combining strut, energy, sarcasm & filth to create a unique blend of Punk/Garage/Alt/Rock.

    With live shows infamous for colourful language, bodily fluids and the ritual humiliation of audience members, BBC Introducing in Bristol have declared their set as “The most spectacularly committed performance I’ve seen in a long time”.
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    THE PLAINVIEWS
    The Plainviews. are new band on the Bristol scene. They swipe, growl and screech their way through a handful of Mclusky-tinted sludge and Shellac indebted post-hardcore tunes” Crack Magazine

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  8. SEVENTY TIMES 7

    Nicholas Stevenson
    Muskets
    Jen Long DJ
    Frederic Fernandez DJ

    Downstairs Hosted by: Teen Creeps

    SEVENTY TIMES 7
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  9. SQUAREGLASS

    Semi Precious (EP Launch)
    Ballerino
    Bunki DJ

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    SEMI PRECIOUS
    “Gloomy intimacy in the midst of a big experimentation binge” (DIY)

    “Semi Precious’s unique mixture of techniques and stunning vocals creates mesmerizing, unforgettable pop” (Line Of Best Fit)

    Semi Precious is a sample-driven musical act created by the singer-producer Guy Baron. It consists of sketch-like mini-tracks – each made out of two fragmentized samples that have been layered with new vocals/lyrics/melodies. Semi Precious also deals with the translation of this sample-based composition practice to a performance setup and explores the ways and the extent to which it informs “live” playing.

    Semi Precious debut EP – a collection of 6 reflective miniatures, each providing a glimpse into a different shimmering-odd world – will be released and launched on September 3rd at The Old Blue Last.

    The EP will be released on squareglass – a newly founded collective of Southeast London artists, seeking to explore distinctive and unconventional production approaches.

    “A lo-fi piece of magic, casting an eery warped spell… Semi Precious squeezes, squishes and crushes two songs together on each of his tracks at a time, nicely weirding it all up. He adds his vocals on top, making for a trip of a listen, at times very beautiful, emotional, and, well – sad, and asking for a repeat listen time and time again” (Pop Lock)
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  10. METROPOLIS & ONE HUNDRED

    GoldLink
    ItsNate
    Motive
    Lily Mercer

    Downstairs Hosted by: Rough Trade

    GOLDLINK
    To call GoldLink an aspiring rapper would not do him justice. The DMV-bred emcee accrued over three million plays on his Soundcloud and captured the attention of an entire industry with the first project he ever released.

    GoldLink’s sound doesn’t throw it all the way back to the boom-bap, New York style, nor is it entirely a product of digital production. Instead, the music mixes the buttery grooves of 90’s R&B with classic hip-hop breaks to give it an essence of nostalgia, and then turns on its head with bouncy, forward-thinking production style led by the likes of Ta-Ku and Kaytranda. Add that to GoldLink’s ability to fill every pocket of the dynamic instrumentals he tackles with a roller-coaster delivery, and suddenly your head is bobbing to the self-proclaimed “future-bounce” genre.*

    With a catalog of less than twenty songs under his belt, GoldLink has still been able to receive the support of outlets like FADER, Complex, Noisey, and XXL. The recognition spread further than the web though, as GoldLink played several showcases at SXSW, a Los Angeles debut alongside future-bounce Soulection conglomerates, as well as numerous other concerts in New York and elsewhere on the horizon.

    The short career of GoldLink thus far has shown him relative success, and with a summer filled with new music right around the corner, we are all excited to watch, experience, and dance to his progression.
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  11. PINK MIST

    Superheaven
    Nai Harvest
    Concave

    Downstairs Hosted by: Green Man

    SUPERHEAVEN
    Jarringly heavy and delicately emotional, Doylestown, Pennsylvania’s Superheaven has spent the past few years honing their brooding, grooving sound across several EPs. In 2008, friends Taylor Madison (vocals/guitar), Joe Kane (bass) and Jake Clarke(vocals/guitar) began writing songs calling on 90s grunge and punk influences all while adding their own dark vibe.

    After the departure of their founding drummer, the band added Zack Robbins in January of 2012 and Superheaven‘s lineup was complete. After releasing two EPs on Pennsylvania record labels,Superheaven joined with Run For Cover Records who released The Difference In Good And Bad Dreams in January 2012. The EP definitively distinguished the band’s grungy, buzzing, desperately sad sound and placed them firmly alongside their post-hardcore contemporaries. With anticipation for their debut LP now at a near fever pitch, the Pennsylvania four-piece is prepared to delivers Jar, which arrives on April 30, 2013 via Run For Cover Records.

    Intensely sad and cut-to-the-bone personal, the Cobain-esque vocals on Jar are delivered with such haunting sincerity, each word feels as if vocalists Taylor Madison and Jake Clarke have trouble bringing themselves to deliver it. Says Madison on the new songs, “I’ve always been a fan of alternative bands like Smashing Pumpkins and Bush because my father was always listening to those bands, and we all grew up hearing those bands on the radio. Later in life, I got really into bands like Dinosaur Jr. and Sonic Youth. I think we all really wanted to write a record that drew heavy influence from those bands that we love, but had our own feel.”

    Engineer/Producer Will Yip‘s (Circa Survive, Title Fight) massive production on Jarknocks you back from the very first tom hit and snarling guitar riff. The stadium drums, rubbery, pulsing bass and walls of buzzsaw guitars are reminiscent of the size and clarity of major label grunge breakthrough records like Nevermind andSiamese Dream. From hard, heavy rock grooves to soft guitar and vocal verses all the way to pop sensible choruses, Superheaven have delivered a towering rock record that feels instantly timeless and blows away any and all expectations.
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    NAI HARVEST
    Noodly Emo Punk From Sheffield.
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  12. DISORDER

    Special Guest
    The Art Club
    Wyldest
    Viscous Liquid
    Disorder DJs

    Downstairs Hosted by: Annie Oh

    THE ART CLUB
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  13. KANADA

    Tweens
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    Bridget Battle’s last band might have been a high school choir, but the 21-year- old singer for Cincinnati’s Tweens is no goody two shoes. Look no further for proof than their forthcoming Self-Titled LP, the punk-tinged debut from the trash- pop trio—Battle on vocals and guitar, Peyton Copes on bass and Jerri Queen on drums—that showcases a melodic, driven and exceedingly catchy sound that’s anything but well behaved.

    Tweens only formed in 2012, but has already made a name for themselves among fans—including The Breeders, who invited the band to open for them on a recent U.S. tour. The story goes that Kim Deal booked the band for one gig on the recommendation of Jim Blaze, owner of Cincinnati record shop Shake It Records, and was so impressed she brought on band to play select East Coast gigs and a full West Coast tour. Additionally, the band toured with the Black Lips, their partners in a party-centric attitude.

    Despite the established friends, Tweens are very much their own band, bratty and precocious, sincere and genuine. The band’s name conjuresjust the right image: screaming hordes afflicted with Beatlemania, teenyboppers out for a good time, the underage, over-the-top punks in Ladies and Gentlemen: The Fabulous Stains. Think of cheery kids at their most excited, but juxtaposed with lyrics about bad boyfriends and unrelenting independency. Tweens are not a riot grrrl revisionist band, but they are a ferociously honest one.

    The trio has come a long way from their early demos and previously released Live at the Mohawk EP. Tweens, is a collection of new, garage-influenced tracks—produced by Eli Janney—sprinkled with some of the band’s older, doo- wop influenced favorites. The first single, “Be Mean,” is a biting anthem, with Battle crooning, “I want you to be mean to me,” while “Forever” harkens back to a girl-gang sound, this time with driving bass. The band sites Bay Area punks The Donnas, The Trashwomen and the Bobbyteens as influences—and that bubblegum badass vibe is apparent throughout the full-length—but the sound Tweens are creating is truly their own. So rat your hair, slip on your leather jacket and hold on tight because Tweens may be young but they’re certainly not naïve, and with the release of this freshman LP, they’re breaking curfew and nobody’s safe.

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  14. CULT CULTURE

    Totem Skin
    Let It Die
    Charlotte Light and Dark

    TOTEM SKIN
    Totem Skin are a sludge-influenced dark hardcore band from the Falun/Borlänge region of Sweden.
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    LET IT DIE
    Let It Die formed in 2010 and feature former members of UK hardcore bands Sworn In, Jealous and You suck. Playing dirty, thrash/grind influenced hardcore. In the vein of Full Of Hell, Nails, All Pigs Must Die, Black Breath.
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    CHARLOTTE LIGHT AND DARK
    Charlotte Light and Dark are a noisy four-piece that combine jagged honesty with spasming violence.
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  15. FOOLS PARADISE

    Mothertongue
    The Travis Waltons
    Paul Gonzenbach
    Oh Sister
    1palbumclub DJs

    MOTHERTONGUE
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    THE TRAVIS WALTONS
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    PAUL GONZENBACH (The Jim Yoshi Pile Up)
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  16. ROCKFEEDBACK

    Juan Wauters
    Primitive Parts

    JUAN WAUTERS
    In 2000, Alberto Wauters left Uruguay to live in a basement in Queens. Two years later he called his son, Juan, to join him. Juan Wauters crossed the threshold into manhood when he arrived in New York. Working at a factory, the father and son pooled their money to bring their family to the borough of opportunity. With no friends to speak of, Juan turned to music to take control of the loneliness of his isolation. Juan was inspired by his new neighborhood of Jackson Heights and delighted to find that his library card gave him access to an abundance of new music.

    Live, Juan shares the stage with a revolving cast of international musicians of the highest caliber: vocalist Carmelle Safdie (Israel), multi-instrumentalist Tall Juan Zaballa (Argentina), percussionist Chie Mori (Japan), and flutist Amanda Rodi (Mexico). Matthew Volz heightens this lively and mood-altering experience with his painted banners, personal objects and manually manipulated light show. The ensemble is not to be missed.
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  17. VESTED INTEREST & CONFIDENCE BOOST

    Signals Midwest
    Janowski
    The Jorneta Stream

    SIGNALS MIDWEST (Ohio, USA)
    “Grizzled enough for the bearded crowd”. Signals Midwest are a punk/indie band from Cleveland, Ohio appropriately matched with influences such as Small Brown Bike, Latterman & The Casket Lottery. Records out on Tiny Engines!
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    JANOWSKI
    “Gruff as fuck, Janowski are a melodic punk band from Watford who have all the balls and then some. If you like your bass deep and your guitar crunchy then I can’t recommend a better band than Janowski.” – ONTHEHOUSE
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    THE JORNETA STREAM
    The Jorneta Stream are a four piece alternative rock band from Colchester, Essex. Formed in 2009, they have self-recorded five EPs. In February 2013, they released Lions and Tigers and Bears.
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    VESTED INTEREST
    The night will continue immediately by new Vested Interest clubnight CONFIDENCE BOOST, featuring hits from:

    Fucked Up / Q and Not U / The Promise Ring / Beach Fossils / Future Islands / Why? / Japandroids / Parquet Courts / Joyce Manor / Eagulls / Hot Snakes / Fugazi / Bear Vs. Shark / Iron Chic / Baths / Dinosaur Jr. / Owls / No Age / Braid / Lemuria / Animal Collective / Mission of Burma / Cloud Nothings / Pissed Jeans / Cap’n Jazz / Minutemen / Gang of Four / Yuck / Algernon Cadwallader / Makthaverskan / Football, etc / Speedy Ortiz / Real Estate / Modern Baseball / Andrew WK / The Thermals / Joanna Gruesome / Perfect Pussy

  18. DIY

    Creeper
    Yearbook
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  19. THE OLD BLUE LAST & SLEEPSOUND

    King Capisce
    From the Kites of San Quentin
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    KING CAPISCE
    Back with their stunning new release “The Future Cannot Be Born Yet” Sheffield’s King Capisce hit up London town for a headline show.
    Adored by the Jazz & Alternative music community alike, the dual saxaphone led 5 piece weave epic instrumental tapestries, taking influence from across all genres.

    “Absorbing, powerful, distinctive and beautiful. This is a masterpiece.” Ben Eckersley, Now Then Magazine

    “This is a harder edge mixture of prog, psychedelia and free jazz. While current favourites, Polar Bear, Acoustic Ladyland and Troyka may come to mind, King Capisce are definitely making a case and carving out a space that might well be all their own in the future… This is definitely the shape of jazz to come…Highly Recommended.” JazzWrap
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    FROM THE KITES OF SAN QUENTIN
    Manchester’s electronic, experimental 3 piece return to the old blue last.
    Mixing haunting female vocals and guitars with their unique production, they will be playing tracks from their new single coming soon on This City Is Ours MCR, and last years 7.83hz: Earth Chorus.
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  20. PINK MIST

    Corrupt Moral Alter
    Teething
    Interiors

    CORRUPT MORAL ALTAR
    Hailing from Liverpool, England, Corrupt Moral Altar is fucking the system since early 2012. Comprising former members of Malevolent Creation and current members of Venomous Concept as well as Tom Dring, the production mind behind Dragged Into Sunlight and UK grind outfit Magpyes, CMA delivers systems overload on every channel. With charged riffs, vocals akin to gargling broken glass, slumped over slabs of bass heavy filth – every snare hit is another crack of the whip and CMA is set to self-destruct. The sold-out debut e.p. ‘Luciferian Deathcult’ surfaced as a limited press produced by Vagrant and released on Baitin’ the Trap Records in Summer 2012 to a receptive welcome. It is the clutching hand of desperation and the sickness of alcohol-fuelled regret, saturated with fist-fucking hate, blow after punishing blow.
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    TEETHING
    Hailing from Madrid Teething started out in 2011 and quickly gained populairity in all of Spain touring the country and playing the big festivals alongside bands like Napalm Death, Coke Bust and Brutal Truth. After releasing a couple of (split) 7″ records they are now ready to take on the rest of Europe.
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  21. AFRIKAN BOY: ALBUM LAUNCH SHOW

    Afrikan boy
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    AFRIKAN BOY
    Following the release of his first mixtape ‘What Took You So Long’, Afrikan Boy continued to captivate audiences with the punchy freestyle ‘Look At Me Now’ featuring Boya D, the ‘Pon Pon Remix’ (a tribute to the late Nigerian artist Dagrin) and the chilled out sounds of ‘Dissertation’. Fast forward to 2012, and fresh off the prestigious ‘Africa Express’ summer tour, where he shared the stage with the likes of the legendary Femi Kuti, Baaba Maal, Damon Albarn, De La Soul, The Noisettes, Speech Debelle, Mark Ronson, Basement Jaxx and K’Naan to name but a few, Afrikan Boy continues to make his presence felt on the live circuit. But when he’s not entertaining eager crowds or recording, you’ll find him chilling out listening to his favourite artists, getting fit in the gym or indulging in an activity that’s certain to awaken his creative side.
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  22. DISORDER

    Immigrants (Daddy’s EP Launch)
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    Disorder DJs

    IMMIGRANTS
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  23. KARMA COMA PRESENT: A North- West Affair

    Adam French
    Demons Of Ruby Mae
    Cultures

    ADAM FRENCH
    Adam brings his new full-band live show to London for the first time fresh off of the back of Reading & Leeds Festival slots on the BBC introducing stages at both. There’s a big buzz around French at the moment and we’re more than happy to have him back at KC!
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    DEMONS OF RUBY MAE
    Demons of Ruby Mae are Jonny Gavin and Adam Rowley, both multi instrumentalists hailing from Leicester but now based in Manchester.Jonny Gavin’s powerful vocal is the centerpiece of a sparing but mesmerizing soundscape that “invests in a delicate use of sound rather than trying to fill all the noise cavities for the sake of it.”
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    CULTURES
    Manchester’s Cultures consist of Josh Spivey – lead Vocals and guitarist, Thomas Deegan – Bassist and backing vocals and Eden O’Brien Butcher – Drummer and Backing vocals.
    Cultures musical influences stem from early Nirvana to more recent influences such as Biffy Clyro and the 1975.
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  24. PINK MIST

    Hexis
    RAINMAKER
    Let It Die
    Employed To Serve
    Oblivionized

    Hexis
    Hexis is a band from Copenhagen, Denmark, playing a mix of Hardcore and doomy black metal. The band has existed since 2010, but has already played 200 shows in Cuba, Island, Russia, the UK and all-over Europe. Following their recent release of a full-length album, the band will be touring heavily all over the world in 2014.
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    RAINMAKER
    Swedish Screamo band with French, Chilean and Stehagean blood from a shithole town called Eslöv, dealing with life writing music and getting away from home for short periods of time.
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    Let it Die
    Loud. fast. Riffs.
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  25. COMMUNION

    Lowlakes
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    Lowlakes
    Intimate, haunting, and swirling with atmospherics, Lowlakes’ music has a sense of the cinematic. Their marriage of shoegaze, alternative and dream-pop is dark with imagery of midnight, wintry landscapes- punctuated by bone-chilling waves of frontman Tom Snowdon’s voice.

    Originally hailing from Alice Springs in the central Australian desert, childhood friends Snowdon, Bill Guerin and Jack Talbot formed Lowlakes with Brent Monaghan in 2011 after relocating to Melbourne.

    Lowlakes made waves with the release of their 2012 eponymous EP, performing at the prestigious CMJ Music Festival in New York in October 2012, and tours of Europe in May and October 2013.

    Lowlakes’ debut album was released in February 2014. They are currently touring in support of it.
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  26. PUNKTASTIC

    Masked Intruder
    Throwing Stuff
    Sam Russo

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  27. PINK MIST

    Moose Blood (Album Launch)
    Milk Teeth
    Headroom

    • Monday
      6 October
    • Entry: FREE
    • Doors: 8pm - 12am

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    Moose Blood
    From late Summer 2012, Moose Blood have been four dudes writing songs about relationships, friends, family and coffee drinking. A distinctly British twist on a sound that harks back to the glory days of Deep Elm Records and mid 90′s emo.

    Having already played a bunch of shows with the likes of Hawthorne Heights, Broadway Calls and Gnarwolves, and a UK/European release through FITA records and Day By Day records, things are definitely moving quickly.

    Join them on the 6th October to celebrate the release of their new album.
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  28. SJM

    Tall Ships
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    TALL SHIPS
    Tall Ships are an experimental band from Brighton, UK, originally from Falmouth, Cornwall. The band have released two EPs and their debut album Everything Touching was released through Big Scary Monster Records in October 2012.
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  29. PINK MIST

    Brawlers & Woahnows
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    • Wednesday
      15 October
    • Entry: FREE
    • Doors: 8pm - 12am

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    Brawlers
    Brawlers are touring in support of their new EP, ‘Two Minutes’, the title track for which was premiered by Huw Stephens on BBC Radio 1 last week. The EP will be available for free download on September 22 via this link.
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    Woahnows
    Woahnows are gearing up to release their debut album through Big Scary Monsters and recently unveiled a new single from the effort, available to stream here. The band also released a video for their track “Watching Accidents” earlier this year.
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  30. KANADA

    KAIA
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    KAIA
    This pretty pop orchestra originally stems from the far north of Norway. There is also some Czech, Berlinian and Copenhagening in the mix. All of which are places. KAIA has been described as weird, lighthearted, “pop-ish”, raw, refreshing and unique. With an 80s vibe and a strong love for melodies, KAIA is sure to make your day simultaneously better and worse at the same time. But in a good way. There will be plenty of playful yet gloomy tunes with underground pop harmonies.

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  31. CLUB.THE.MAMMOTH

    White Fever (EP Launch)
    Twin Graves
    Firestations
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    WHITE FEVER
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    FIRESTATIONS
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  32. DISORDER PRESENTS: Habitats Old Blue Last Residency

    Youth Club
    Habitats
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    Disorder DJs

    • Wednesday
      29 October
    • Entry: FREE
    • Doors: 8pm-12am

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    YOUTH CLUB
    Inspired by summer and all things colourful, the band are not confined by the boundaries of any particular genre but draw influence from many styles; soulful vocals, pop choruses, synths and warm guitars – the authentic sound of summer.

    Youth Club’s crisp production could have come from Phillipe Zdar’s mixing board, and could see the band mistaken for long lost brothers of Phoenix or Two Door Cinema Club; a testament to the bands sound.
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    HABITATS
    Indie Alternative/Tropical Groove
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  33. KO MUSIC

    The Thirst
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    The Thirst

    Hailing from Brixton, London, brothers Mensah & Kwame Hart, along with childhood friends Mark Lenihan and Marcus Harris, are ‘The Thirst’.

    Deeply influenced by their Afro-Caribbean upbringing, they are especially inspired by Prince and Jimi Hendrix, embodying the fiery tones of those who refuse to be labelled.

    Debut album ‘On The Brink’ received much acclaim and saw the band tour Europe, Chile, Japan & America, and support ‘The Rolling Stones’, ‘The Sex Pistols’ & ‘The Libertines’.

    With a string of explosive live shows across the globe including SXSW Austin Texas, Glastonbury, Hyde Park Calling, Isle of Wight Festival, & the prestigious Royal Albert Hall, ‘The Thirst’ are consistently rated as one of the UK’s most exciting live guitar bands.

    2014 sees the long awaited return of ‘The Thirst’ and the release of the band’s 2nd album…

    ‘The Thirst’ venture to East London on Weds 5th November, for a special headline show at ‘The Old Blue Last’ in Shoreditch (+full supporting line up TBC)

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