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Live at Milo
Thursday, 3rd December 2009
Full Line Up:
- Moody Gowns
- Dockyard Thieves
'Dreamy shoegaze action. Wake up!! Cocteau Twins, MBV, Pornography era Cure, but some Velvets and Brian Jones Town too- their song 'Insomniac' is a bit of a twangsome dark pop masterpiece- you're in for a treat oh lovely Bugbear punters! Narcotically sweet....almost gets Syd Floyd psychish in parts...' - Bugbear Bookings
Barely Legal @ Milos returns for another month!
Featuring Moody Gowns (Odd Rod Records) "Not your average, 'bash it out as loud as
possible' indie group the Moody Gowns use subtlety
and dynamics to great effect, making sure that each instrument is given
a proper place an almighty harmonious jam. Without a doubt the most
fascinating act of the night. Moody Gowns are a band with proper character." - Leeds Music Scene March 2009
Dockyard Thieves - newcomers to the Leeds music scene but with gigs already performed in Newcastle, Manchester and Leeds, Dockyard Thieves are building up a strong following, helped by the establishing of their own music night at Milos. Described as Indie/Post Punk, the band are influenced by a wide range of artists from Joy Division to The Specials, and from Northern Soul to Ocean Colour Scene.
Dead Sea Colour - DeadSeaColour are Lee Morris (Guitars, Bass, Vocals), Natalie Bolton (Vocals), Dane Cross (Bass, Vocals) and Ben Whelan (Drums) and are based in Leeds. Drawing influence from late 80's/early 90's shoegaze indie as well as 60's style garage rock, their hard edged, reverb soaked guitar tones and droning vocal lines show influences from bands such as The Velvet Underground, The Jesus & Mary Chain, The Raveonettes, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club and Joy Division among others.
Also featuring DJ sets into the early hours of the morning, showcasing the best in new and old Indie, Rock and Roll, Northern Soul, Reggae and new music!