Filthy Kicks Launch Dirty Little Secret at Cargo Sun 29 November

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Sunday 29th November bassist sensation Filthy Kicks launch their album “Dirty Little Secret” at Cargo. We’ve been wowed by their violins and dirty bass so here are two tracks for you to listen to:
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Lowering the Tone:
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In support of Filthy Kicks are The Shadow Orchestra, Substatic and Kyshido - see links below.
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Cargo - Sun 29 November 8pm-2am Tickets 6-12, £6 adv / £ 6 on the door before 8pm / £8 after . For info and to buy click Buy Tickets
83 Rivington Street, London EC2A 3AY click Map for map.
Nearest Tube: Old Street, Liverpool Street Station
Filthy Kicks Myspace / Cargo Listing / The Filthy Kicks facebook / The Shadow Orchestra Myspace / Substatic Myspace / Kyshido Myspace

Riz MC at Sadlers Wells 27/28 Nov MICroscope - Debut Album launch

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A little late in the day but we’re extremely impressed with Riz MC from his tongue-in-cheek Post 911 Blues (see vid below) to his acting in Rage, Britz and Shifty (amongst others).  Riz’s lyrical range is innovative, sharp, funny and insightful - check out RizMC on myspace HERE.

And now Riz is launching his debut album: As part of the Sadler’s Wells Svapnagata Festival curated by Nitin Sawhney and Akram Khan, go and see MICroscope Riz MC’s interactive album debut - Friday and Saturday 27 and 28th November.

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Fri 27 & Sat 28 at 8pm. Tickets £12 (Standing)
For info click HERE to buy click Ticket office on +44 844 412 4300
Venue: Sadler’s Wells, Lilian Baylis Studio, Rosebery Avenue, London, EC1R 4TN click for map.
Nearest Tube: Angel

Post 911 Blues
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Riz MC Myspace / Svapnagata

Music is Life Opening Event and Exhibiton

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Music is Life, Tanya Traboulsi’s atmospheric photographic exhibition of the Lebanese underground alternative music scene, last shown in New York, runs 14-20 November at the Pebbledash Gallery, Stoke Newington.  The exhibition opens on Saturday 14 with a special performance by Beirut/Paris rock band The New Government.  Part of the Lebanese Underground, The New Government are edgy, ironic and iconic  – on election day in Lebanon, a vote for The New Government got you 5 of their tracks.  Tanya Traboulsi’s images are evocative, intimate portraits of the wealth of undeground talent from rock/punk to electronica.Vital Statistics:Opening, Saturday 14th November 8pm-2am Tickets £8. To buy click Buy TicketsVenue: Pebbledash Gallery, 2 Leswin Place, London N16 7NJ click Map for map.Tube/Rail: Rectory Road, Stoke Newington.


Sister Klaus

Live in Paris

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Links:Tanya Traboulsi / Exhibition / The New Government / Lebanese Underground

DuOud at Kings Place Thursday 29th Oct

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DuOudInstrumental, experimental, electronic, eclectic oud players DuOud, Jean Pierre Smadj and Mehdi Haddab, are playing at the newly opened Kings Place as part of the London Guitar Festival.  DuOud are known for their intense, tension filled tracks that mix the sounds of Africa and the Middle East with US/Euro techno synth punctuation. Point for point DuOud provide an original, laconic, cerebral sound which sometimes takes on a trance like dimension and other times takes you to blues and rock, all with a satisfying dry humour.

Below is a sampler from their latest album Ping Kong - excerpts from the tracks Johnny Guitar, Nude For Death, MissyNouackshott & Gengis Khan.  If you would like to buy the album click HERE
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Performance Thurs 29 October 7.45pm
Venue: Hall One, Kings Place, 90 York Way London N1 9AG click for map.
Tickets £14.50, £11.50, £9.50 Saver Seat £6.50. For info and to buy click and scroll to bottom of page. Box Office: 020 7520 1490
Nearest Tube: Kings Cross/St Pancras

Guitar Festival Page / DuOud on Kings Place page / DuOud on Myspace / Smadj on Myspace / Mehdi on Myspace

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