My Electric Love Affair
Date and Time
Saturday, June 30th, 2012 at 8:00pm
Hi music lovers and beer lovers... This is our 1st night we're putting on at The Pack Horse Leeds (one of many). There will be four great bands on from Edinbourgh ,Norwich, Leeds & London smashing out some of the finest new music there is:
MY ELECTRIC LOVE AFFAIR: http://www.facebook.com/myelectricloveaffair
From their Biography:
We are a 3 piece band from Edinburgh who have been together for 10 years. We played our first gig in August 2000 @ Bannerman's pub in Edinburgh.
We have released 3 singles (vinyl only), the 1st was a 12" called As If I Get Confused (2004) which we financed ourselves. The 2nd was a 7" double A side called Infinite Mass / (so) I'm Alone (2005) which was released on a Birmingham label called Static Caravan.
after that the band slightly imploded and never got it together again until late 2007 when we released another 7" double A side called Blow Me Down / As Soon As Now. This record was a self release which we distributed ourselves.
2011 saw us release another 7" single call If I Lived Here I'd Be Home By Now / Seventh Sense (200 pressed, hand stamped covers). Which was nice...
The freakish dance-puppetry of Phonetics. Always garnering a strong audience reaction, Phonetics seem to somehow worm there way into a crowd’s collective head through persistence, heart-on-sleeve emotion and a strong forward-drive throughout. Stories of angst that are worn into the singer’s face whilst in action are accompanied by pulsing adrenaline-beats and a sparse high-end. After an energetic set, sweat drips off the band as they drip off the stage.
DEATH RIDES A GOAT: http://deathridesagoat.bandcamp.com/track/we-will-be-reverse
5 piece underground 60's/70's and delta blues influenced band slinging their take on the old sound while paying their respects to the dead
D.R.A.G keep it real, so you don't have to...
JOHNNY QUITS: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Jonny-Quits/16261899391?ref=ts
Leeds Music Scene:
Alt rockers Jonny Quits who looked a bit like they'd stepped straight out of the 70s; meant in the best way possible of course as these guys knew how to get a crowd jumping. The bass was ridiculously loud which was cool...
All for £3!!!
It will be a sensory delight so put on your dancing shoes.