Field Music DJ Set
Fri 6 Jul 2012 Price: £5.00 Doors Open: 20:00Buy tickets ShareThis
We're delighted to announce the launch night for The Railway Club's debut single 'Broken Strings' (released through Tiny Lights on Monday 9th July 2012).
The Railway Club
From the rainy, coastal town of South Shields and rising from the ashes of former folk-pop drunks rainfalldown, Martin Trollope, David Garrick, Richard Milburn, Glenn Coyne and Grant Lagan have formed The Railway Club. A blend of upbeat/downbeat, organised/disorganised, loose/tight, hot/cold, chamber-pop songs which have been well received locally - Generator
Natasha Haws creates captivating acoustic tales which belie her tender years. The 17 year old, who was discovered at a small buskers night in Cleadon, only began writing her own material in April of this year; incredibly surprising given the accomplished nature of her music. Stepping Stone is the perfect song to see in the onset of Autumn and its dark nights with its delicate warmth - Generator
Sparkling, angular guitars toll away in stark contrast to Piddock’s solemn tones before everything finally unravels in the urgent, shuddering breakdown - Abacus Post
Acrobatic Society are a post-punk outfit from Newcastle, who, after having one member run away & and another depart for a career in black metal journalism, finally found their new drummer as he tried to steal Sam’s shoes whilst holidaying in Turkey. Together the new line-up developed a more progressive sound, utilising brutal guitars, ferocious rhythm, and enticing strings, all held together by intricate melodies to make for an uncompromising sound and a hypnotic live act.
Also a DJ set from David Brewis of Field Music.