When iconic Hacienda DJ Dave Haslam called Air Cav asking the band to headline his night at Paris' coolest venue, La Fleche D'Or, it was the beginning of something big. Sharing a passion for all things aurally uplifting from traditional English ballads, sixties garage to Eastern sitar music they'd been making waves on the local scene since summer 2006 when Sophie brought her folk-flavoured violin to join Chris, Mark and Allan's sparkling, crashing anthems.
Elmo Logic are an alternative indie band based in Manchester. Combining intricate guitar riffs with driving bass lines and "penetrating vocals" they have been likened to such bands as Interpol, Bloc Party and The Maccabees. Playing together since early 2008 Elmo Logic are quickly building a name for themselves on the music scene. Whilst headlining their own gigs at various venues around the North West, and having played alongside the likes of Anathallo and Women, the fanbase is rapidly expanding.
RBRBR are a three piece electro-pop group from Edinburgh, Scotland. Their music has been favorably compared to a number of current electronic artists including Black Affair, Matthew Dear, and Cut Copy. Their live shows bring energy and some dress up elements and dancers reminiscent of The Flaming Lips; which is even more apt, as their lyrical content has a somewhat psychedelic feel.
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Nightingales are a British punk/alternative band (often mis-tagged as The Nightingales despite the majority of releases not having a 'the' and the band themselves' protests) formed in November, 1979 in Birmingham, England. Original members were Robert Lloyd (vocals) and Joe Motivator on guitar, both formerly of The Prefects, with Eamonn Duffy on bass and Paul Apperley on drums. The band, before spilting up in 1987, played more sessions on John Peel’s Radio 1 show than any other band exculding The Fall