Wednesday, 13 October 2010

More In The City...

Although we're slighty biased this Friday's Akoustik Anarkhy and Melodic shindig for In The City at The Castle is simply unmissable. In the aA corner are rough and ready pop guitar scamps Beat The Radar and South Manc math/kraut instrumentalists PLANK! while their good friends from fellow Mancunian stable Melodic tempt Windmill out (possibly the most underrated songwriter in the UK in our book) for some cosmic space explorations of the Neil Young/Mercuty Rev mould. Local experimentalists Working For A Nuclear Free City toast their wonderful new record ‘Jojo Burger Tempest’ and Sheffield indie-pop darlings Standard Fare also join the party. aA DJs will spin their normally ecelctic mix bag of sounds (electronica, psych, baroque, party classics, kraut-y grooves, disjointed rock and whatever else happens to be their bag). There will also be a jumble sale of aA and Melodic records at very very affordable prices.

Please note! There are very limited tickets on the door at £8 each so get there for 7pm if you want to get in - however we recommend getting a three day wristband instead - you can also catch some of our favourite acts such as Walls, Golden Glow, Oh No Ono, Advance In Mathematics, Gallops amongst others

Check this...

7.10pm Plank!
8.00pm Beat The Radar
8.50pm Working for A Nuclear Free City
9.40pm Standard Fare
10.30pm Windmill

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