The Outer Lines, A Band Named Sue + more + UNUSUAL Club night..
An end of February knees-up of epic proportions! Join us on Saturday 29 Feb for an evening of scintillating live music from the Funk & Soul sounds of The Outer Lines, to A BAND NAMED SUE tipping a stetson to the man in black, the 60s infused desert psych from Frances and The Majesties and brand new band Rotten Boroughs‘ folk-noir sounds!
After the live music UNUSUAL DJs will be spinning the best in Disco, Funk & House till 4am
A common love of funk and acid jazz brought The Outerlines together from all corners of the world. Playing original funk, soul and disco, with influences of Jamiroquai, Stevie Wonder and Sly and the Family Stone, this high energy 7-piece like their licks funky!
Frances and the Majesties are 7 musicians based in London from Italy, the UK and Morocco, exploring 60s RnR and psychedelic sounds, with a fair deal of modern influence, walking the line between shoe-gaze, garage rock, psychedelic revival, with a touch of blues western saloon and post-USSR aesthetics.
Brand new band Rotten Boroughs play windswept folk-noir and reverb drenched murder ballads for circus runaways and heartbroken sailors.
The French-Anglo-Canadian band draw from Dirty Three, Leonard Cohen, Low, Nick Cave, and Hank Williams.
After the live music UNUSUAL DJs will be spinning the best in Disco, Funk & House till 4am, nore info on their club night here