Arthur and The Antidotes (EP launch) + The Zillaz + Fenton + Joe Dunne

 30 May
 The Library (upstairs venue) Woodhouse Lane, LS2 3AP Leeds
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 360 Club
Arthur and The Antidotes Copies of their new EP will be available at this gig. ‘The set blew me away; the catchy tunes, the front man's dry humour and the atmosphere they created, meant that even now many of their songs are still stuck in my head. A real stellar performance.’ Leeds Music Scene “Their music sounds beautifully melodic with intricate arrangement of guitars and vocals”- Beat2achord Combining the old style songwriting honed by the writers of the 60s with the aggressively happy sound which they have created. If Paul Simon and Sex Bob-omb had a baby, this would be it. Arthur is the backside of the mind of a Happy go lucky scamp. Always on the road, always going somewhere else, and the Antidotes are what keep him going. =========================== The Zillaz: Their fast rolling popularity has led to many key shows, extensive media coverage and a live session for the BBC. Their origins include a vast array of trials and influences, which contribute to their unique and original sound, with like-minded, and talented musicians, they use each member's proficiency to bring together a sound which is not only memorable, but significant. Influences include Red Hot Chili Peppers, Rage against the Machine and Kings of Leon to name a few. As well as Funk, Blues, and Rock, which all contribute to their sound. They released their Debut EP titled ‘SHOWA’ In February , in honour of the band’s name. ‘Showa’ being the first Godzilla era in Japan. ============================ Fenton: “‘Killer’ is an excellent track by a very promising group. I absolutely love their sound and the classic influence they’ve sprinkled throughout a contemporary offering.” - Indiemunity They’re not sure if anyone has repeated the secret chord that David played to please the Lord, but Fenton damn sure have tried! This indie three-piece have put together a set containing future classics, brimming overdrive, pounding drums, incredible bass lines and magnificent overblown guitar solos. They're a melting pot for the individual members’ eclectic musical tastes. It turns out that a penchant for Pantera + Interpol + Manics = something that sounds a bit like Bloc Party. Check out their debut EP, Vanity, here: Their new single 'Killer' is due for release in April. Jesus Christ, Fenton! ============================ Joe Dunne: “Joe’s unique brand of acoustic indie-rock combines witty lyrics with sharp vocals and memorable melodies, and everyone here is really excited about him.” Leverage Records A singer-songwriter, whose unique brand of acoustic indie-rock combining witty lyrics with sharp vocals and memorable melodies who has taken his hometown Manchester by storm. Joe has established a loyal following through open mic nights and gigs around Manchester, and earned himself a recording contract to release his debut single, and has since released his debut single ‘Youth Of Today’ – available via major download stores. ============================= £5 Adv: Jumbo Records & Crash Records. £6 on door. 18+ Ticket links:

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