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The Library

229 Woodhouse Lane, Leeds, LS2 3AP

 

InSatellites

Live at The Library on Friday, 18th May 2012

The supplied line up for this gig is Insatellites, The Dark Con Of Man, Ballyhoo Eventide, Jonny Quits.

360 Club presents:

Insatellites: https://www.facebook.com/insatellites

Teardrop: http://youtu.be/N471y3wXbLs great version of Massive Attacks song!

http://www.youtube.com/360clubuk#p/u/7/rO6UN1fYKUw

What the press said:

'these lads have a well polished sound'
'reminded me a lot of Queens of the Stone Age'
'a strong end to another brilliant night'
Tim Hearson -- Leeds Music Scene

"Their song structures are dense with some first-rate instrumental work all round and they show their more delicate side with an accomplished cover of Jose Gonzales 'Teardrop'. InSatellites are one of the best local bands around at present and if tonight is anything to go by they could go on to big things."
Rebecca Atkinson - Leeds Music Scene.

"it's a bold performance indicative of a young band not afraid of experimenting as they settle into their sound. They are an exciting prospect"? Leeds Music Scene
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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

" It's music to dance to, entertaining, engaging and slightly mad, and they couldn't be further from what has come before them bringing a welcome change of pace. While musically they will certainly not please everyone there is no doubt that they enjoy performing and that kind of positive energy is disgustingly infectious."? Rebecca Atkinson - Leeds Music Scene

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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Dark Con of Man: https://www.facebook.com/thedarkconofman

"The Dark Con of Man' opened a night of brilliant local music with a set of solid alternative rock songs. The lead singer showed us all just how good his voice is on second track 'The Future', but the best saved for last as the closing track rocked the hardest, cueing spontaneous head banging aplenty. I just wish that song had gone on for longer." - Ark Magazine

"once a Post Rock quartet formed only to fuel their own Recording Studio needs...

four pretty regular guys from the Lake District took Groove Metal and Heavy Rock, pulped them together in a barn until The Dark Con Of Man was reborn, kicking and screaming onto the rock scene in the north west towards the close of 2010 and 2011.
the band only hope to improve on the positive reception in the near future with the release of the "Something's Changed E.P" imminent and a wealth of shows in some top venues including Manchester Club Academy on the horizon. Neck Braces at the ready....."

Link to a Studio Video of their last release "Leave it All Behind"
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-zGLvfV42Xo

http://soundcloud.com/the-dark-con-of-man
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Jonny Quits: http://www.facebook.com/jonnyquits
"Offering creative songs and outstanding performance" - Glasswerk.

Jonny Quits are a London 3 piece with influences ranging from The White Stripes to Devendra Banhart.

"who looked a bit like they'd stepped straight out of the 70s; meant in the best way possible of course as these guys knew how to get a crowd jumping. Their sound was quite old Kings of Leon-esque and some songs were even a heavy Oasis style but really they were your typical guitar rock with a punk style vocal band. The bass was ridiculously loud which was cool at first but became a bit overpowering in such a small room but this was probably down to the sound guy rather than the band. The 3 of them were tight and obviously loving it on stage so all in all a great performance"? Holly Senior - Leeds Music Scene
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Doors 8pm - 11.30pm
4 Adv - Jumbo Records. 5 on the door. 18 event.
https://www.facebook.com/events/374499459267566/

 

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InSatellites

InSatellites are an alternative rock five piece from Leeds

Ballyhoo/Eventide

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

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