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Warm Laundry is back at at The Blue Moon, hosting some of our favourite bands. Hopefully you can make it as it should be a real lovely evening.
60s Space Engine - London band transmitting 8-bit pschedelia to a galaxy near you. This is the last date of their intergalatic tour, but their first time in Cambridge.
Kikoband - Gloomy millennial electro myth beats trio.
NÜT - Band in crisis, hoping to find feet soon.
£4 otd, or £3 if you wear your WL badge or t-shirt.
Facebook event: HERE
Warm Laundry heads up north for its first foray into Salford, bringing an evening of riveting entertainment from some of the country's finest bands!
CHAPPAQUA WRESTLING is the lovechild of Charlie Woods and Jake Macleod, two best-friends from Brighton practicing meticulously crafted songwriting. With the trans Brighton-cum-Manchester bedroom output, these boys are rough and ready, pick in hand, wood in the other - ready to spin the influential yarn of Steely Dan and The Beach Boys. The now Manchester four-piece are drilling out their own version of Americana’ pop-song swooners for you, ready for the their debut release of ‘EP 1’.
60s SPACE ENGINE - London band transmitting 8-bit pschedelia to a galaxy near you.
CAVERNZZ - Woozy late-night breeze pop from the Warm Laundry stalwart. Cavernzz wants to be loved, and we are happy to oblige.
£3 with a Warm Laundry pin
Capacity is limited and will fill quickly as the bands are all pretty famous, so be sure to get down early.
27 - 30.07.2017
WL have been given a wonderful opportunity to curate the main stage at a new DIY festival called 'The Three Wheel Drive'. Running from the 27th - 30th of July, and located on a farm a 15 minute walk from the beach, the festival seeks to promote young artists in a personable setting, free from advertising and corporate investment.
It is working on a non-profit basis, and has committed to donating all proceeds to The Lily Foundation, a charity that works to support those affected by Mitochondrial disease, and fund scientific research into the rare and complicated condition.
Alongside a wonderful collection of Dj's and artists, some of whom have worked with WL in the past, the festival has secured south London's Happyness as the Saturday night headliner, as well as electronic artist Kelpe to close the bill on the Friday night. Alongside them are a mix of WL artists and up-and-coming bands from London, Cambridge and Brighton.
It's set to be a great weekend, and at £45 for a ticket, there's really no reason not to come.
More details can be found at:
and the facey b event is here:
We hope you all join us for the weekend to listen to some great music and dance the evenings away.
60's Space Engine have finally shot something down to our humble galaxy, a fresh E.P. straight onto space tape. Join us to experience the Engine in full, as it throws some 0s and 1s together in fine fashion. They'll be joined by the wonderful Cosydrive, J. R. Sanders, and WL DJs, as everyone prepares themselves for The Three Wheel Drive Festival this summer. Tix OTD, £4 or £5 with a WL Space Pin. (Special sneaky discount if you wear a WL pin to the event)
Check out the festival and buy tickets for it here:
We hope to see you all there,
It's been a year since Warm Laundry first released something, and a year since Soul Butter first came to Cambridge. This seems a reasonable excuse to do something similar, just a year later.
- Nervous Conditions
- NÜT (https://tinyurl.com/k3xso5v)
- Jerskin Fendrix
Followed by Soul Butter DJs til late.
It'd be wonderful if you came and chipped in with some fun-lovin' enthusiasm, etc.