Loose Lips presents...
This June, Converse Gigs @ 100 Club will be celebrating its 1st birthday! To mark this special occasion, we’ve partnered with Loose Lips records to bring a host of talent from their roster to the 100 Club stage.
Headlined by Azari & III, with support from Chad Valley, Siren and DJ sets from Friendly Fires and Night Works, this is set to be a birthday party to remember!
Describing themselves as “A cerebral yet kinetic series of forgotten emotions, wandering hopes and crystalline fantasies, sinking into the impending darkness of the city in decent”; Toronto quartet, digital funk/pop provocateurs Azari & III will take the infamous stage, bringing with them their undeniably memorable sound. Performing tracks from their critically acclaimed, self-titled debut album, theirs is a show that will, in no uncertain terms, get the party well and truly started.
Chad Valley, the alias of Hugo Manuel is the vocalist of the band Jonquil and one of the founders of Blessing Force, Oxford’s very own in-sourced art collective. Gaining support from Huw Stephens and The Guardian, his latest offering, Equatorial Ultravox, is bound to expand his evergrowing fan base prior to his first full length studio album set for release later this year.
Siren is a half German, half Australian one-time skateboarding pro, turned full time musician. An array of addictive melodies and pop is what you can expect from Stefan Evan Neidermeyer’s debut single. ‘Bucket of Blood’ is a beautifully crafted and incredibly catchy song and has already acquired support from the likes of Zane Lowe and Nick Grimshaw.
Add to that a DJ set from none other than Brit and Mercury Award nominees, Friendly Fires and label mates, Night Works.
We have 175 pairs of tickets to give away to give away to this exclusive event taking place on Monday 18th June at the 100 Club. To be in with a chance of winning a pair, just email email@example.com with your name, telephone number and address.
Winners will be drawn at random and notified by email on Thursday 14th June 2012.
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