TF Weekender | Club Nights
Saturday 31st March 2012
THIS FEELING MARCH WEEKENDER!
Two nights, eight brilliant bands, loads of special guest DJs, two epic after-show parties – the inaugural THIS FEELING WEEKENDER at the Vibe Bar, London on Friday March 30th/Saturday 31st is set to be a truly epic affair. It's FREE entry with a Twang or Rifles ticket that weekend, too. Along with exclusive DJ sets from THE TWANG (Fri) and THE RIFLES (Sat), there'll be live shows from some of the best emerging talent in the world, including...
Geordie song-smith and multi-instrumentalist, ALEX BUTLER, who has been impressing with catchy, hook-laden, upbeat pop tunes with authentic slice-of-life lyrics following the same great British tradition as bands like The Kinks and Arctic Monkeys.
Brighton indie rockers, MUNICH – epic widescreen guitar-pop with bold and thoughtful arrangements, calling to mind bands like Radiohead and Editors – destined for the big stage...
DIRTY GOODS – electro/dance/rock fusion group from Newport, Wales – seriously funky, like Daft Punk crossed with The Rapture.
London power pop/rock four-piece, THE TRICKS, are Jonny Depp’s favourite new band. Expect punchy Razorlight-style hooks, memorable Kooks-esque melodies and gorgeous sunny harmonies.
SOME VELVET MORNING – these Londoners are masters of streamlined, shimmering, soaring guitar rock. Like a hybrid of U2 and The White Stripes.
‘Stadium rock written all over it’ MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
FRENCH CROPS – punk/ska indie band from London with hard-hitting tunes and melodic move-your-feet riffs. Like a mix of The Specials and The Clash.
Keyboard-driven pop purveyors, THE GHOSTS, combine angular guitar lines and multi-layered vocals with pulsating synthesisers to create an eighties-tinged sound that puts one in mind of bands like Hot Chip, MGMT and new-ravers The Klaxons.
Currently promoting their debut album, ‘Tropical Splash’ (out this week), COPACABANA CLUB are three blokes and two girls from Brazil who blend indie rock with a Brazilian twist, quickly turning gigs into bouncing dance-floors.