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Live at The Library
Friday, 18th March 2011
Another Friday night at the Library pub and the 360 Club is back on brilliant form. First band of the evening Alaska are greeted by a packed out room and the three piece rock band don't waste any time impressing them.
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Friday 18th March:
The Red Pills
Brilliant bands and sounds, cannot wait for this... BOOM!
"slanted and enchanted, lo fi indie tunes - think Pavement fronted by David
Byrne" - Stephen Moore, The Islington Gazette
"Nick John Henry produces a big noise from one guitar and had something of
Syd Barrett around his songs. Dramatic slashes of guitar cutting through
lyrics which seemed to be studded with surrealism. Interesting stuff." -
Jonathan Aird, Americana-UK.com
Most of the bands current roster songs were written when thinking about
their vast, empty namesake. Alaska's dream job would be to be the skeleton
staff of a small town police department in the Northern Canadian states
where nothing much really happens. They are putting the finishing touches to
their first release, the self titled ALASKA which is due out in MAY.
THE RED PILLS: http://www.theredpills.co.uk/
"Absolute Power is the pick of the six tracks and the female harmonies
alongside lead vocals and rocking guitar add up to something quite
superb." - Graham Scaife
"was blown away by their songs and attitude. Great playing and had the
audience eating out of their hands. The lead song on here is a rousing
punkish ditty but when a band announces here's our new song and with one
hearing of the chorus and with no prompting the whole audience starts
joining in - you know you have a bonefide hit on your hands"
Tony Donaghey - Liverpool Bands
ARIZONA BAY: http://www.myspace.com/arizonabayuk
"All the shitty shows are gone, all the idiots screaming in the fucking wind
are dead, I love it...leaving nothing but a cool, beautiful serenity called
- Bill Hicks -
Released in November last year, their 8 track eponymous EP of original
material showcases their constantly maturing songwriting style, as well as
the energy and passion they've become famous for in their live performances.
Now writing and recording new material, the band invites you to watch this
ASA HAWKS http://www.myspace.com/theasahawks
The Asa Hawks will make you want to dance. Make you want to drink cheap
booze and turn the music up. Make you think about your sweetheart. And your
ex. Make you feel like you're sixteen again. Drive-ins and fast guitars, Sam
Colt and the open road.
This five piece gang from Yorkshire make music that grabs you and won't let
go. Their country noir sounds create vistas that evoke both the prairie and
the steelworks. From heartfelt love songs to driving revenge anthems, their
tunes will quicken your heart.
Don't believe me? Pick up a copy of the 'Roadkiller' ep at the next Asa
Hawks gig and hear for yourself.
Doors 8pm - 11.30pm..ish!
£4 adv - (From Jumbo Records or Venue) £5 on the door