26/04/14 – SURYA

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GM Records Presents and Fluxx

6.30pm – 4am, Saturday 26 April 2014

Moones + White Ape + Dios Mio + Cristobal and the Sea + Tommy and the Guns + Tides + Fluxx DJs

SURYA, KING’S CROSS, LONDON

156 Pentonville Road, London N1 9JL

18 +

Tickets: £4 in advance, £5 on the door

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MOONES

Moones

Moones is a three-pice, who are focused on executing a series of strategic decisions and actions specifically designed to infiltrate and evolve the collective consciousness of our human species.

WHITE APE

White Ape

As heard on BBC6music’s Steve Lamacq show!

…cutting switchblade rockabilly-surf guitar…
…hollering vocals from Dracula’s crypt via Factory Records…
…oblique, dark Beefheartian sense of humour…

White Ape formed six months ago and are all residents of south London apart from Wycombe boy Tim. Tommy Mack used to front swingpunk trio General Khaki who signed to Sean McLusky’s 1234 records, toured with Babyshambles and supported Goldblade, Art Brut and The Maccabees among others.

“White Ape are causing a stir with the likes of Steve Lamacq – and it aint stir crazeee. Their splice-the-mainbrace nautical approach to punk rock’n’roll has some swish rancid post punk elements, some Cave-ish quarters, a singer who sounds like Sean Ryder on a punky tip and the occasional foray into drrty reggae. But now rejigged with a little beat group classiness and some hot and frenzied songcraft, White Ape have really embraced their inner Sky Saxons…” – Bugbear Promotions

TOMMY AND THE GUNS

Tommy and the Guns

London based band formed in 2011 due to our mutual love of music and the hope of getting laid. Playing all original material which has been described as some as very annoying and others as just nice. Always give a great live performance so be sure to come along.

DIOS MIO

Dios Mio

“Grunge-tinged pop rock has made something of a comeback in the past year, but it has rarely sounded as beautiful as this” – Amazing Radio

CRISTOBAL AND THE SEA

Cristobal and The Sea

The CATS describe their sound as Tropicalia Pop, whatever that means. Their sound cultivated from the annals of southern culture; a mix of sand and sea governed by the golden state.

TIDES

Tides

“The songs are performed using progressive structures and smart repetition in equal measure, and are delivered with confidence” – Gravity Zine

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