6.45pm, Wednesday 11th December 2013
Jordan Laughlin + The Holiday Plan + The Rovers Waltz + Brick Lizard
THE GARAGE (UPSTAIRS), ISLINGTON, LONDON
20-22 Holloway Road, N5 1RD
14+ (Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult)
Tickets: £5 in advance, £7 on the door
Formed in 2011, this year has seen The Deets come alive….
Having spent 2 years honing their pounding sound & exuberant live act with gigs across the country, at the likes of Cornbury Festival, the Islington Academy & In store at Pretty Green, they have stormed into packed with solid hooks and innovative flourishes.
More radio plays and online followers are allowing The Deets to grow into a band that could take Britain by storm!
Jordan Laughlin is a songwriter originating from Gosport and has been gigging around London for 3 years. Influenced by grunge and folk artists the live music and performance speaks for itself. Nick Mackay is often a key feature in the live act playing Djembe. Jordan is currently recording his debut album ‘Memos’ with a collaborative effort from many other musicians and friends.
THE HOLIDAY PLAN
After a break from the women and the booze, having babies and bad career choices, The Holiday Plan are back and looking looking to make a splash in the UK Top 200.
Last winter saw The Holiday Plan release the ‘Let’s Degenerate’ EP (produced by Ben Sansom of Lower Than Atlantis fame) which was full of trademark shout along choruses, buzz-saw guitars and rago-tastic beats. Having returned to the London circuit with a new drummer (Matt Elias, formerly of Piper Saint, Name Your Heroes) and new set of melodic, anthemic punk songs, The Holiday Plan are ready to rip up stages like it’s 1999 (or 2003).
The band have recently self-produced new material which they will be releasing regularly through Bandcamp and other online outlets. Keep your eyes and ears peeled!
Straight up rock ‘n’ roll and grunge trio from London, comprising Rowhan Janjuah (lead guitar and vocals), Uri Inspektor (bass guitar and vocals) and Thibault Aedy (drums). Taking a leaf out of the books of Queens of the Stone Age, Led Zeppelin and The Black Keys, this heavy blues outfit is not to be missed, especially if you’re into powerful grooves and some pretty impressive guitar solos!