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The Library

229 Woodhouse Lane, Leeds, LS2 3AP

 

Ballyhoo/Eventide

Live at The Library on Friday, 24th February 2012

The supplied line up for this gig is Ballyhoo Eventide, The Voices, Daze Edge, Epic Derek.

360 Club presents:

Ballyhoo Eventide: https://www.facebook.com/ballyhooeventide

www.soundcloud.com/ballyhooeventide

"If Muse had a lovechild with Deadmau5...refreshing"? - Vibrations Magazine

"Big fish, little fish, head bang works surprisingly well"? - Sandman

"The future of music"? - Paul Year - Jar Music

Having had ravers rocking and rockers raving across the North since 2009, and
recently smashing gigs at Leeds Cockpit, The Cavern Club and O2 Academy; B/E are set to take their Shikari-esque sound across the country. Their unique sound covers a broad spectrum of genres including rock, electronic, pop and dance.
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The Voices: https://www.facebook.com/thevoicesleeds

"The Voices (@Let_It_Sail) have some fantastic songs, blending psychedelia with perfectly crafted 60's stylepop tunes and mind blowing jams."
by @reviewyourband
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Daze Edge: https://www.facebook.com/DazeEdge

"Space rock 4-piece Daze Edge are cutting their teeth on the Leeds music scene, with their debut EP 'I See No God Up Here' reaching back to the era of the concept album, whilst simultaneously shifting boundaries of modern rock. Soaring vocal harmonies, hard-hitting, edgy guitar riffs and driving drum beats are the hallmark of their sound. Uplifting, inspired, and not to be missed."
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Seas of Green: https://www.facebook.com/seasofgreen

Following their live BBC session on 18th Feb.

Seas-Of-Green are a young DIY musical collective from Leeds. Positively genre schizophrenic, an ever changing, mutating, disbanding, reforming band who pride themselves on their pop hooks and being a little odd.
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4 Adv - Jumbo Records 5 on the door. 18 ID may be required.

Full details: Ballyhoo Eventide: https://www.facebook.com/ballyhooeventide

www.soundcloud.com/ballyhooeventide

"If Muse had a lovechild with Deadmau5...refreshing"? - Vibrations Magazine

"Big fish, little fish, head bang works surprisingly well"? - Sandman

"The future of music"? - Paul Year - Jar Music

Having had ravers rocking and rockers raving across the North since 2009, and
recently smashing gigs at Leeds Cockpit, The Cavern Club and O2 Academy; B/E are set to take their Shikari-esque sound across the country. Their unique sound covers a broad spectrum of genres including rock, electronic, pop and dance.
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The Voices: https://www.facebook.com/thevoicesleeds

"The Voices (@Let_It_Sail) have some fantastic songs, blending psychedelia with perfectly crafted 60's stylepop tunes and mind blowing jams."
by @reviewyourband
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Daze Edge: https://www.facebook.com/DazeEdge

"Space rock 4-piece Daze Edge are cutting their teeth on the Leeds music scene, with their debut EP 'I See No God Up Here' reaching back to the era of the concept album, whilst simultaneously shifting boundaries of modern rock. Soaring vocal harmonies, hard-hitting, edgy guitar riffs and driving drum beats are the hallmark of their sound. Uplifting, inspired, and not to be missed."
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Seas of Green: https://www.facebook.com/seasofgreen

Following their live BBC session on 18th Feb.

Seas-Of-Green are a young DIY musical collective from Leeds. Positively genre schizophrenic, an ever changing, mutating, disbanding, reforming band who pride themselves on their pop hooks and being a little odd.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
4 Adv - Jumbo Records 5 on the door. 18 ID may be required.

Full details: Ballyhoo Eventide: https://www.facebook.com/ballyhooeventide

www.soundcloud.com/ballyhooeventide

"If Muse had a lovechild with Deadmau5...refreshing"? - Vibrations Magazine

"Big fish, little fish, head bang works surprisingly well"? - Sandman

"The future of music"? - Paul Year - Jar Music

Having had ravers rocking and rockers raving across the North since 2009, and
recently smashing gigs at Leeds Cockpit, The Cavern Club and O2 Academy; B/E are set to take their Shikari-esque sound across the country. Their unique sound covers a broad spectrum of genres including rock, electronic, pop and dance.
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The Voices: https://www.facebook.com/thevoicesleeds

"The Voices (@Let_It_Sail) have some fantastic songs, blending psychedelia with perfectly crafted 60's stylepop tunes and mind blowing jams."
by @reviewyourband
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Daze Edge: https://www.facebook.com/DazeEdge

"Space rock 4-piece Daze Edge are cutting their teeth on the Leeds music scene, with their debut EP 'I See No God Up Here' reaching back to the era of the concept album, whilst simultaneously shifting boundaries of modern rock. Soaring vocal harmonies, hard-hitting, edgy guitar riffs and driving drum beats are the hallmark of their sound. Uplifting, inspired, and not to be missed."
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Seas of Green: https://www.facebook.com/seasofgreen

Following their live BBC session on 18th Feb.

Seas-Of-Green are a young DIY musical collective from Leeds. Positively genre schizophrenic, an ever changing, mutating, disbanding, reforming band who pride themselves on their pop hooks and being a little odd.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
4 Adv - Jumbo Records 5 on the door. 18 ID may be required.
Ballyhoo Eventide: https://www.facebook.com/ballyhooeventide

www.soundcloud.com/ballyhooeventide

"If Muse had a lovechild with Deadmau5...refreshing"? - Vibrations Magazine

"Big fish, little fish, head bang works surprisingly well"? - Sandman

"The future of music"? - Paul Year - Jar Music

Having had ravers rocking and rockers raving across the North since 2009, and
recently smashing gigs at Leeds Cockpit, The Cavern Club and O2 Academy; B/E are set to take their Shikari-esque sound across the country. Their unique sound covers a broad spectrum of genres including rock, electronic, pop and dance.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
The Voices: https://www.facebook.com/thevoicesleeds

"The Voices (@Let_It_Sail) have some fantastic songs, blending psychedelia with perfectly crafted 60's stylepop tunes and mind blowing jams."
by @reviewyourband
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Daze Edge: https://www.facebook.com/DazeEdge

"Space rock 4-piece Daze Edge are cutting their teeth on the Leeds music scene, with their debut EP 'I See No God Up Here' reaching back to the era of the concept album, whilst simultaneously shifting boundaries of modern rock. Soaring vocal harmonies, hard-hitting, edgy guitar riffs and driving drum beats are the hallmark of their sound. Uplifting, inspired, and not to be missed."
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Seas of Green: https://www.facebook.com/seasofgreen

Following their live BBC session on 18th Feb.

Seas-Of-Green are a young DIY musical collective from Leeds. Positively genre schizophrenic, an ever changing, mutating, disbanding, reforming band who pride themselves on their pop hooks and being a little odd.
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4 Adv - Jumbo Records 5 on the door. 18 ID may be required.
find 360 Club at facebook.com/360club

 

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Ballyhoo/Eventide

Alt/Rock/Dance noise makers from Bradford. "That kind of positive energy is disgustingly infectious" - Leeds Music Scene.

The Voices

Leeds psychedelic/sixties inspired sounds. Our music can be heard at http://www.soundcloud.com/thevoicesleeds

Daze Edge

4-piece alternative/rock band

Epic Derek

"Epic Derek's music is intriguing and beautiful in equal measure" - Rebecca Atkinson, Leeds Music Scene

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