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PostPosted: Fri Dec 28, 2012 2:24 pm 
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Saturday 2nd Febuary 2013 Doors 7.45pm to 12 Midnight (bands finish at 11pm)
The Sebright Arms
31-35 Coate Street
London
E2 9AG

Nearest Tube: Bethnal Green (Central) Hoxton (East London) Nearest rail: Cambridge Heath (Liverpool Street) Buses from Liverpool Street (48, 26)

http://www.sebrightarms.co.uk/
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Pale Man Made

Pale Man Made take touches of the best 80s and 90s music, add a caustic commentary on working life, relationship problems, animals, politics and snooker players and engulf the whole thing in a melodic whirlwind of boy-girl fuzz. Think the best Scottish pop (The Pastels, The Shop Assistants, Orange Juice) blended with the angst and ferocity of The Wedding Present, all clouded by a gentler take on the heady fuzz of My Bloody Valentine and The Jesus and Mary Chain.

"A Thing To Treasure" was the NME's verdict on the debut album Red Box Secrets.

http://palemanmade.com/
http://palemanmade.bandcamp.com/
http://uk.myspace.com/palemanmade

The Rileys

After a short but very creative career as Feverfew, the band that features Keith and Paul of later Blueboy, they changed their name and personal to become The Rileys. After releasing a stunning split seven inch with Feverfew on A Turntable Friend Records, they finally realesed on Elefant Records. Amazing Indie-Pop with a small splash of Soul of the beginning 90s. There and back again lane

"This EP was truly indiepop gold and now even better than ever". Trip TV on the split FeverFew /Rileys reissue on Dufflecoats Records

The Nature Set

Nature Set is the guitar-pop collaboration of Claire (synth/vox) Daf (gtr/vox), Marie (drums/vox) and Reenie (bass/vox) who were in either Navvy or The Long Blondes. In the past 12 months have had singles out on Dufflecoat Records and Spains cult Elefant label.


http://natureset.info/
https://soundcloud.com/nature-set

The Ritas

"I arrive to catch The Ritas in full swing, a pair of Morrissey fans exiled from Weimar Berlin. A whirl of braces, epaulettes, Sparks couture and home-made drum machine punk; Dietrich meets Durutti Column. They make their pointed point and leave us with a cover of The Smiths' 'Jeane' to savour. They mean it man, but they're teasing too: call it play as you yearn." thegirlsare.com

http://www.theritas.co.uk/

Plus Culture Bunker DJ's

www.theculturebunker.co.uk
https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Cult ... 6880811185

£4 in advance, £5 on the door - ticket link coming soon.

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Sadly The Nature Set have called it a day. News of a replacement soon!

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The replacement band is Flowers!

https://www.facebook.com/flowersdomusic

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Tickets - http://www.wegottickets.com/event/201479

£4 in advance plus booking fee or a Lady Godiva on the door - well we are in East London!

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The flyer:

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Distancing yourself from the 'twee' label as ever I see Bola :?

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Distancing yourself from the 'twee' label as ever I see Bola :?


That's a Japanese artists visual interpretation of indiepop!

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Bola wrote:
SPT wrote:
Distancing yourself from the 'twee' label as ever I see Bola :?


That's a Japanese artists visual interpretation of indiepop!


It's still a bit 'twee' isn't it?


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It's 'twee'r than Jonathan Ross naming everything he can see in a forest individually.

Can't resist taking the opportunity to recap that it is possible to encapsulate indie music in a single picture. Courtesy of Cath Aubergine of the now defunct Manchester Music blog:

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This will be the first time The Rileys have played since 1996. The Rileys rose out of the ashes of Feverfew when Vicky, Lloyd and Phil formed the band whilst the other members (Paul & Keith) formed Blueboy. More about Feverfew leading onto The Rileys and Blueboy can be read here.

Here are the Rileys back in 1991!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pEZQx5Olk58

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Sounds from all the bands.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ze_rEgdUeJA

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xu7_FMOVoD4

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=03L835nGOcU

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kRd_TSsM7uU

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This Saturday! It's gonna be a goodie.............

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Tonight!

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